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Horizon Of Relativity's Collapse, Part 2



 
 
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Old July 30th 06, 10:09 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.space.policy
G. L. Bradford
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"The only constant is change." Between "constant" and "change," which is
the background Universe and which is the foreground universe? Which is the
'Wild' and which is 'Entropy'? Which is the barbaric weed and which is the
domestic hothouse flower or perfect lawn? Which is the primitive and which
is the advanced or refined? Which is universally primary and which
universally secondary? Which is the absolute, the strange, the alien, the
foreign, the remote, the outsider, and which is relative? Which does not
evolve, and which is synonymous with "evolves"? Which does not collapse,
does not break down, and which is the essence of collapse, of break down?

Between "constant" and "change", which is 'Frontier' and which is
'Civilization'? And where in what would 'Frontier Civilization' be and mean?

GLB


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Old July 31st 06, 11:08 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.space.policy
oriel36
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Default Horizon Of Relativity's Collapse, Part 2


G. L. Bradford wrote:
"The only constant is change." Between "constant" and "change," which is
the background Universe and which is the foreground universe? Which is the
'Wild' and which is 'Entropy'? Which is the barbaric weed and which is the
domestic hothouse flower or perfect lawn? Which is the primitive and which
is the advanced or refined? Which is universally primary and which
universally secondary? Which is the absolute, the strange, the alien, the
foreign, the remote, the outsider, and which is relative? Which does not
evolve, and which is synonymous with "evolves"? Which does not collapse,
does not break down, and which is the essence of collapse, of break down?

Between "constant" and "change", which is 'Frontier' and which is
'Civilization'? And where in what would 'Frontier Civilization' be and mean?

GLB


Relativity,though excellent for highlighting the Newtonian vandalism of
Copernican heliocentricity and the later refinements,exists as a
testament to the utter destruction of geometry through
indiscipline.Newtonianism and its exotic relativistic extension.It can
be presented using one single graphic -

http://www.opencourse.info/astronomy...phere_anim.gif

Every star in that graphic will return to a terrestial meridian in 23
hours 56 min 04 sec,while begining with the Newtonian version of axial
rotation to a celestial sphere geometry,it took two centuries to morph
into orbital motion to aether/absolute space.

It is a fascinating story,at least it fascinates me insofar as the
accurate heliocentric reasoning of Copernicus and Kepler does
eventually emerge from behind the empirical dross.The amazing
trajectory of events which led to a genuine intellectual and intuitive
holocaust which has lasted for far too long is now only really starting
to become apparent but at all times it is easy enough to comprehend
once people let go of the notions that Newton was a sincere and
competent man in astronomical matters.

There really is no such thing as a genius betraying the genius of
others for personal ends based on priority and acclaim but Newton comes
as close as possible to that wretched human condition.Although
intricate but not impossibly difficult,it is possible to extract the
hideous mutations Newton introduced into the working principles for
planetary motions,there is still plenty of room for theorists to work
with terrestial sciences such as geology and climatology rather these
silly speculative notions on cosmological motion and structure.

 




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