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Old April 19th 08, 07:18 PM posted to alt.astronomy
G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_]
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Default Pond wave(Macro) Light wave (Micro)

And never the twines to meet. They don't relate well to each other.
Bert

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Old April 19th 08, 07:35 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Waves are made of particles and everything has waves.

Waves are made of particles and everything has waves.

I like your posts Bert, they're often fun to read.
I constantly make spelling errors, gramer errors and much worse;
my posts are damn near impossible for others to understand at times.

That said.. I think you meant to say: “ Never the twain shall meet. ”.

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Old April 19th 08, 09:52 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Waves are made of particles and everything has waves.

On Apr 19, 11:35*am, wrote:
Waves are made of particles and everything has waves.

I like your posts Bert, they're often fun to read.
I constantly make spelling errors, gramer errors and much worse;
my posts are damn near impossible for others to understand at times.

That said.. I think you meant to say: “ Never the twain shall meet.. ”.



Wich came first? The particle of the wave?

Double-A

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Old April 19th 08, 11:24 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Jeff▲Relf[_27_]
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Default ➤. Waves are made of particles and everything has waves.

The comos is perfectly causal ( i.e. it's 4-D );
so it never changes and nothing “ came first ” ( i.e. nothing's 3-D ).

From ignorance comes the notion of “ randomness ” ( sub 3-D )
and the sensation that something “ came first ” ( 3-D ).
Semi-Randomness is just semi-ignorance.

Louis de Broglie showed that the wavelength of anything,
including the earth and your body, is:
Planck's constant over momentum.

Quoting WikiPedia:
“ Whether objects heavier than the Planck mass
( about the weight of a large bacterium )
have a de Broglie wavelength is theoretically unclear
and experimentally unreachable;

above the Planck mass a particle's Compton wavelength would be
smaller than the Planck length and its own Schwarzschild radius,
a scale at which current theories of physics may break down
or need to be replaced by more general ones. ”.

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Old April 19th 08, 11:56 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Waves are made of particles and everything has waves.

Jeff Twain it is. Like when my posts can make a person laugh. I like
gamma better than grammar. That is not hard to figure. Bert

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Old April 20th 08, 12:04 AM posted to alt.astronomy
G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_]
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Default Waves are made of particles and everything has waves.

Double-A The particle came first because all particles have a wave
behind them Shall we relate that to a ships "stern wave"? or is the
wave up front and we can relate that to a ships bow wave.?? Waves are
tricky stuff My spin is in theory tells me the wave is
perpendicular.alway to the direction an electron is going Go figure
Bert

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Old April 20th 08, 01:38 AM posted to alt.astronomy
Jeff▲Relf[_27_]
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Default My graaamer is off.

I wrote: “ gramer ”. At least I didn't spell it “ graaamer ” !

Thanks for spelling the word “ grammar ” for me.
Dictionary.COM fooled me.. it returned the definition
of the word grammar when I entered “ gramer ”.

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Old April 20th 08, 11:03 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default My graaamer is off.

I use Yahoo's search engine for spellings, Jeff. It works fine IF YOU
HAVE SOME INTELLIGENCE TO START WITH! lmao!

Saul Levy


On Sun, 20 Apr 2008 00:38:42 +0000 (UTC),
wrote:

I wrote: gramer . At least I didn't spell it graaamer !

Thanks for spelling the word grammar for me.
Dictionary.COM fooled me.. it returned the definition
of the word grammar when I entered gramer .

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Old April 25th 08, 01:24 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Pond wave(Macro) Light wave (Micro)

In the micro realm particles can't touch,but their waves do.
Interference patterns shown to us clearly proves this Bert

 




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