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Topic: Dark Energy Solved!
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hanson

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Re: Dark Energy Solved!
Posted: Jul 28, 2013 2:12 PM
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"Jack Martinelli" <jack42martinelli@gmail.com> wrote"
--- hanson wrote:
--- "Jack Martinelli" wrote:
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>

"Jack Martinelli" wrote:
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEH9mx69cSE > ... [1]
and if that doesn't make sense ... try
<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uqx-xzi4DI >
wherein [1] Jack equates...
>
... 7:10 minutes into his 40 min long sermon,
in [1] his equation "Mine" that says:
t_1/t_0 = sqrt (1 - v^2/t_0^2) which rewrites as
t_1/t_0 = sqrt (1 - a^2).... since (v/t = a) & now
equates a dimensionless time ratio, t_1/t_0,
with a manifest event of a L/T^2, that appears
to be some sort of acceleration (a) which is
either a typo or a dimensional mismatch.
Jack explains this the following way:
>
____ Its not a typo. The units are abstract. ____
________ This is not vanilla physics. ________

Space-like, mass-like, time-like, etc, all of which,
in the real world, are just crock-like, yet those
concepts are responsible for our GPS working well.
>
hanson wrote:
That is only so the mind of Einstein Dingleberries,
while every NORMAL high school student or engineer
has gleaned, for this particular situation, in 1 fell swoop,
in ONE SINGLE STEP, in good, old Newtonian ways,
and seen that
||||| ---- m_e/h * 2G/c^2 *86400 = 38 microsec/day ----
||||| ---- m_e/h * 2G/c *86400 = 11.2... km drift /day ----
where m_e = mass of earth and h being the Space vehicle
height above the earth surface, which is corrected by std.
industrial ways by classical methods devoid of any SR/GR.
No mass-like, time-like, or spacelike crock is needed.
>
Jack, you argue that units & dimensions are "abstract"
events. But this thought train of yours is not new at all,
an/but it led to true gems of physics like these with the
"frame dependant" observations, that there are ...
___ canals and even elephants on Mars _____.
(see Percival Lowell & that mouse in the telescope).
>
Pearls of such "abstract" logic like yours culminated in
== Einstein whose contributions to physics are what
== Picasso's contributions are to the world of fine art,
== namely mental aberrations, Gedanken farts and
== his lunacies like:
>
||| AE:: "People like us, who _BELIEVE_ in physics,
||| AE:: know that the distinction between the
||| AE:: past, resent, and future is only a stubbornly
||| AE:: persistent illusion."
||| AE:: "Space & time are NOT conditions in which we
||| AE:: live; they are simply modes in which we think."
>
See Jack, you are in august company. But you will not
gain fame by association because P & E were riding
high on the Zionist wake which kept them in the limelight
to suit the Zionists' agenda of the time.
>
Since you, Jack, do not have such a large scale support
group, your tripe will end up on the dust heap of history,
or at the very best, occur as footnote in an obscure post
in arxiv.org where all the failed prodigies go to die.
>
If I were inclined like you are Jack, with your love for
"abstraction", I'd spend time and effort for application
and use in Wallstreet's hi-frequency trading environment
or develop the algorithms needed for solutions of protein
folding, in the equally lucrative field of Big Pharma.
>
So, Jack, take your "training wheels" off an go there
instead of you keeping on gnawing on your hunger cloth.
>.
Till then, Jack, thanks for the laughs... ahahahahanson






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