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  1. Alklazaris
    Alklazaris liked post by PhysBang On thread : Newton's Third Law on the Big Bang, Time Dilation of Black Holes, Black Holes Themselves, and Dark Matter Formation
    Quick answer on big bang theory: Newton's third law is almost irrelevant to whether or not there is expansion but it plays a role in slowing down. The law is about forces, and thus about the...
    Liked On: 09-13-2014, 01:38 AM
  2. Beer w/Straw
    Beer w/Straw liked post by PhysBang On thread : How can 299792458 m/s be different to 299792458 m/s ?
    This is a great example of you cherry-picking quotations to make a claim about an author that is not true. Now I wouldn't think that you are lying about this author, I would think that you did not...
    Liked On: 09-09-2014, 06:41 PM
  3. Boing3000
    Boing3000 liked post by PhysBang On thread : How can 299792458 m/s be different to 299792458 m/s ?
    Sure, but you can't ignore the content of what they are referring to. You claim to have read Ellis, but you then dismiss everything that he writes without comment or reason. You actually say that...
    Liked On: 09-05-2014, 11:42 PM
  4. Boing3000
    Boing3000 liked post by PhysBang On thread : SPLIT : Farsight's Comments
    This method is used for fixing lengths because the theoretical framework for the constancy of the speed of light is so sound. Before this method, people used other standards. It just turns out that,...
    Liked On: 09-02-2014, 06:55 AM
  5. TFOLZO
    TFOLZO liked post by PhysBang On thread : SPLIT : Farsight's Comments
    I'm sure that nazi said some funny, crazy stuff. But he's too hateful for me to take off ignore.
    Liked On: 08-21-2014, 03:07 PM
  6. Markus Hanke
    Markus Hanke liked post by PhysBang On thread : Motion through time in relativity
    It is really correct to say, for any physical system that one describes, that one is describing the state of that system at different points in time and in space. So even in classical mechanics, to...
    Liked On: 08-14-2014, 06:31 AM
  7. Beer w/Straw
    Beer w/Straw liked post by PhysBang On thread : How come Light can not escape a Black hole
    OK, so rather than address the physics, you are going to address a word choice. Not a surprising move for a coward who would rather attack scientists than learn science. Look, we all know that...
    Liked On: 08-08-2014, 06:21 PM
  8. Physicist
    Physicist liked post by PhysBang On thread : How come Light can not escape a Black hole
    In what metric are you saying that the speed does not slow down. In relativity theory, the speed of light is either constant at the level of the points of the manifold or dependent on the details of...
    Liked On: 08-06-2014, 09:17 PM
  9. number8
    number8 liked post by PhysBang On thread : Black hole and the universe's expansion?
    Well, every black hole can be arbitrarily declared to be the center of the universe, so I suppose the premise of your question is ok. The answer is that gravity gets weaker the farther you get...
    Liked On: 08-02-2014, 08:41 AM
  10. Napivo
    Napivo liked post by PhysBang On thread : How do I disprove our universe doesn’t have a fixed size?
    The expansion is equivalent to mass shrinking everything in size along with the amount of mass. So I think that working out what happens in the scenario where mass increases is ruled out by...
    Liked On: 07-23-2014, 05:53 PM
  11. Gerry Nightingale
    Gerry Nightingale liked post by PhysBang On thread : Need some information on the current Big Bang theories.
    While I agree that the "Big Bang Theory" is really about the currently knowable history of the universe and primarily its expansion, this thread, for good or ill, addresses the question of the...
    Liked On: 07-23-2014, 03:16 PM
  12. SpeedFreek
    SpeedFreek liked post by PhysBang On thread : The Varying Speed of Light
    OK, so clearly we have to identify this as a lie. I wrote, "In a sense, [the speed of light is absolute in all reference frames] was done in 1905, when Einstein developed special relativity. This...
    Liked On: 07-19-2014, 07:20 PM
  13. tk421
    tk421 liked post by PhysBang On thread : The screw nature of electromagnetism
    You are not alone in this. When asked for details, at best he tells you to "read the OP". This reminds me of a cheese shop I once knew.
    Liked On: 07-18-2014, 04:39 AM
  14. x0x
    x0x liked post by PhysBang On thread : The Varying Speed of Light
    The sad thing is, if Farsight actually studied contemporary metaphysics (or it equivalent), he would know that there are lots of papers on presentism and how it, or a sufficiently modified version of...
    Liked On: 07-16-2014, 02:06 PM
  15. lpetrich
    lpetrich liked post by PhysBang On thread : The Standard Model: where are we now?
    That's some great theology.
    Liked On: 07-07-2014, 03:15 PM
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