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Old June 29th 07, 02:39 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Cosmic time kept by a "light clock" Universe time kept by gravity.
Black hole time kept by its location, bert

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Old June 29th 07, 04:40 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Jun 29, 6:39 am, (G=EMC^2 Glazier) wrote:
Cosmic time kept by a "light clock" Universe time kept by gravity.
Black hole time kept by its location, bert



Which universe should be the time keeper?

Double-A


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Old June 29th 07, 06:39 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Jun 29, 6:39 am, (G=EMC^2 Glazier) wrote:
Cosmic time kept by a "light clock" Universe time kept by gravity.
Black hole time kept by its location, bert


How about universe (B) being our time keeper, and vise versa.

I like your black hole's UTCT.

BTW, what UTCT or UCT is it?
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Old June 30th 07, 12:38 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Double-A All pendulum bobs swing in unison. This can be related to
every universe in the cosmos. Their gravity force are all equal,and
gravity creates the beat of a pendulum Hugen proved this to us. We were
lucky he had a hobby collecting grand father clocks,and lived close to
the north pole. Mach jumped on this and so did I bert

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Old July 1st 07, 01:04 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Earth time beats to the gravity force created by its mass density(as all
objects) It has the right balance. To much rock like Jupiter core,and
you end up with a heavy atmosphere that holds all gases. To little
atmosphere due to the weak force of gravity you end up with all the
other rocks in the solar system.(craters dust and dry) Gravity is
more important 5to a planet than its distance from the Sun. Best to
keep in mind motion and gravity are equivalent,and spin was natures
second ,motion to help balance the force of gravity bert

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Old July 1st 07, 04:03 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Jul 1, 5:04 am, (G=EMC^2 Glazier) wrote:
Earth time beats to the gravity force created by its mass density(as all
objects) It has the right balance. To much rock like Jupiter core,and
you end up with a heavy atmosphere that holds all gases. To little
atmosphere due to the weak force of gravity you end up with all the
other rocks in the solar system.(craters dust and dry) Gravity is
more important 5to a planet than its distance from the Sun. Best to
keep in mind motion and gravity are equivalent,and spin was natures
second ,motion to help balance the force of gravity bert



Magnetic fields and lack of too many solar/stellar eruptions is
important too.

Double-A

 




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