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MOVING OBSERVER TOPPLES SPECIAL RELATIVITY by Pentcho Valev
http://www.einstein-online.info/spotlights/doppler Albert Einstein Institute: "In the above paragraphs, we have only considered moving sources. In fact, a...
June 21st 12 02:27 PM
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A. Einstien's Relativity by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 19, 9:46 pm, wrote: On Tuesday, June 19, Koobee Wublee wrote: Einstein the nitwit, the plagiarist, and the liar was...
June 20th 12 09:34 PM
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An elementary question for the black hole experts by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 18, 7:42 am, Tom Roberts wrote: On 6/15/12 6/15/12 - 9:01 PM, TimeTraveler wrote: Geometry is purely abstract. Calling the geometry the model is...
June 19th 12 06:17 PM
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An elementary question for the black hole experts by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 11, 7:12 pm, Tom Roberts wrote: On 6/11/12 6/11/12 2:30 AM, AB wrote: When a massive star exhausts the nuclear fuel whose burning keeps it hot,...
June 19th 12 06:13 PM
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An elementary question for the black hole experts by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 15, 5:28 pm, Tom Roberts wrote: The horizon is not directly observable by any observer. The horizon is NOT any sort of physical object or place; it...
June 18th 12 06:14 PM
by Koobee Wublee Go to last post
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Two types of cartesian coordinates? (*** Formatting Fixed ***) by Kaimbridge
On 12.Jun.13.Wed 02:08 (UTC), Nomen Nescio wrote: I have seen two different types of cartesian coordinates: x = a * cos(theta) y = b *...
June 14th 12 11:05 PM
by Frederick Williams[_3_] Go to last post
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Polynuclear Galaxies by WalterOrlov
Thanks to http://arxiv.org/pdf/1003.0020v1.pdf I saw first the galaxy CID42 - it has two cores, or bulges and they are not presented as a result of the...
June 13th 12 07:20 PM
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Two types of cartesian coordinates? by Kaimbridge
On Jun 13, 2:08 am, Nomen Nescio wrote: I have seen two different types of cartesian coordinates: x = a * cos(theta) y = b * sin(theta) and x' = a...
June 13th 12 07:10 PM
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True or False? by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 11, 9:45 am, Tom Roberts wrote: On 6/11/12 6/11/12 - 1:04 AM, AB wrote: If you were to fly down near a black hole’s horizon and hover there for a...
June 13th 12 06:00 AM
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Question for twin paradox experts? by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 9, 4:54 am, Tom Roberts wrote: On 6/8/12 6/8/12 10:07 PM, guskz wrote: From your reply Tom, there's 2 possibilities: 1. You're pride is too...
June 13th 12 05:53 AM
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diffraction limit of secondary mirror? by Peter Webb[_5_]
I'm hoping that somebody can help me straighten my thinking. In a Newtonian design reflector (for example), it seems to me that the secondary mirror is...
June 11th 12 08:28 PM
by Steve Willner Go to last post
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Relativistic mass: real mass or mathematical concept by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 2, 11:08 am, Amid wrote: Does relativistic speed really increases the mass of a body? The best interpretation to this is to...
June 11th 12 06:17 AM
by Poutnik[_3_] Go to last post
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Velocity addition by Koobee Wublee
On Jun 10, 8:36 pm, Tom Roberts wrote: On 6/9/12 6/9/12 8:13 AM, jem wrote: I do get irritated by your ill-mannered, mid-conversation exits,...
June 11th 12 06:12 AM
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Our galaxy heading for collision with Andromeda Galaxy by signifiespost
NASA states that nothing will happen to our Solar system. This is absurd. The collision will commence after 2 billion years. By that time, Sun would have...
June 9th 12 04:56 AM
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Galaxies already had enough material to form planets and life inthe early Universe! by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Baby galaxies grew up quickly http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Baby_galaxies_grew_up_quickly_999.html Quote: Up until now, researchers thought that it had...
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June 8th 12 02:39 PM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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who is confident with jesus ? by Stan
Hiya all After analyzing God and the collaboration with Jesus spirit, it might be necessary to increase the worthiness of Jesus with great care and its links...
June 6th 12 10:12 PM
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Could Dragon have been built 20 years sooner? by Robert Clark
On May 25, 3:33*pm, bob haller wrote: was the breakthru just a awesome idea? or breakthus in materials engines etc that made it...
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June 6th 12 08:02 AM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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DESPITE MINOR DELAY, TRIAL UNDERWAY by Intrepid[_2_]
========================= BERSERK MAN DELAYS TRIAL ========================= BELLEFONTE, Pa. -- The start of the greatest trial in Penn...
June 5th 12 02:24 PM
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LENGTH CONTRACTION AND SPEED OF LIGHT by Pentcho Valev
Harvey Brown and Oliver Pooley believe that length contraction is more fundamental than the constancy of the speed of light. First "a certain motion-induced...
June 5th 12 10:47 AM
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The extraordinary genius of Albert Einstein (DOC) | ScienceDump by Koobee Wublee
On May 22, 5:07 pm, "hanson" wrote: "Helmut Wabnig" [email protected] --- -.dotat wrote: You can safely scratch out Pretto's name from the...
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June 5th 12 06:56 AM
by Henry Wilson DSc. Go to last post
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