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  1. Me neither, but BH are supposed to not have...

    Me neither, but BH are supposed to not have hairs. That means that if I picture a normal field with a nice round porcupine image (whose spike gets thinner by the sqaure law) near a black hole...
  2. That is funny, I just said the same think "You...

    That is funny, I just said the same think "You just did". And I still think that is a mistake, in my FoR anyway.

    An obvious contradiction. There is nothing subjective in Relativity. It is very...
  3. Very good post SYA and I can tune myself easily...

    Very good post SYA and I can tune myself easily to that point of view, especially expressed so clearly.
    Except for this bit

    I only understand field as potential distributed in something. That...
  4. I don't follow you either. Is not the ether...

    I don't follow you either. Is not the ether called a "field" nowadays ? Space-time being the gravitational field, and ether being the EM field ?
  5. It was a precaution not to hurt anybody's (FoR)...

    It was a precaution not to hurt anybody's (FoR) feeling ;)

    For the rest I agree 101%
  6. It does not take 3 times the energy to regain vs ...

    It does not take 3 times the energy to regain vs sustain but 2. You proof account for gain and regain, and that is indeed 3.


    Extending this problem for car is interesting because in real life...
  7. I don't think you can put it like that. Time is...

    I don't think you can put it like that. Time is not subjective at all. It is measured by clock, it is very real. SR and GR show is is relative and how to relate it with other FoR.
    Space also is by...
  8. They absolutely do, because later you wrote ...

    They absolutely do, because later you wrote



    And I see no point in confusing the notion of direction with the notion of distance. Now if the distance is changing, the delta will have a...
  9. My mistake. I must have gone trough the wrong...

    My mistake. I must have gone trough the wrong wormhole then :rolleyes:

    >Rollback
  10. I have seen such logic from Farsight, alias John...

    I have seen such logic from Farsight, alias John Duffield, alias movement is defined by hand waving (literally).

    It seem that the sockpuppet show is back.
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    If a may high-jack a question here, for any...

    If a may high-jack a question here, for any radiating source, there is a point when statically you would not fine anymore a unit of Planck energy per unit of increasing surface.
    What is that...
  12. You've got sharp eyes, PNG is a lossless...

    You've got sharp eyes, PNG is a lossless format, and will give better result with artificial image with simple schema.
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    Thanks Mayflow, I also think you speak from...

    Thanks Mayflow, I also think you speak from personal experience. But I also think that everybody does that. On this forum there are a lot's of people whose personal experience include tons of math...
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    That nonsense works fine with me too. When the...

    That nonsense works fine with me too. When the condition are bad and the radio start noising a lot, I know exactly where I should stand to boost the reception...
  15. Thread: the timetron

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    The graviton would be, just like you said, the...

    The graviton would be, just like you said, the force carrier for the only other observable force of nature (gravitation), not yet present in the standard model.
    These forces only apply to...
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    No. You know how to apply Special relativity or...

    No. You know how to apply Special relativity or General relativity, not relativity (of point of view)

    I do imply in my previous post that you don't know how to apply basic relativity. I am afraid...
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    I hope it is not a reaction from you to this...

    I hope it is not a reaction from you to this thread

    That talk about kids, it is just kid's talk.
  18. Thanks pikpobedy, that's gonna be my quote of the...

    Thanks pikpobedy, that's gonna be my quote of the month ;)


    Peace of cake.

    They are both leap of faith. You abide by the method(X) and some good is supposed to happens.

    In both case...
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    It may or may not. Nor you finger still on the...

    It may or may not. Nor you finger still on the top will avoid the liquid to flow down. Just set the straw to 45% or more and the water will flow anyway, because it is a liquid, and liquids flow. That...
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    It make perfect sense, if you know how to apply...

    That makes no sense at all. Either something is true or it's false. It can't be both.[/QUOTE]
    It make perfect sense, if you know how to apply relativity.
    The O.P. is very correct in his Point of...
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    Well, atmospheric pressure do not prevent water...

    Well, atmospheric pressure do not prevent water to flow down. It would be considering the water as solid.
    This experiment is not about a solid piston in a cylinder. In such case, yes, pressure...
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    Indeed, details are important. Especially that...

    Indeed, details are important. Especially that those examples are often used in school.
    When I did that experiment, I think we where supposed to note the presence of vapor.

    Your description is...
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    I would just say the opposite. Chaos is order...

    I would just say the opposite. Chaos is order, it's born from very simple rule, and it is unpredictable, although you'll recognize its shape. It is the invert of randomness.
    I personally think we...
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    That's clear that heat increase in the glass,...

    That's clear that heat increase in the glass, which in my opinion will only favor the combustion.
    Water vapor will maybe temper the combustion, although I have made enough fire under the mist to...
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    You mean when the candle dies down ? I always...

    You mean when the candle dies down ?

    I always thought it was because the rarefaction of O2 slowly replace be CO2, making the chain-reaction that is burning less and less likely to happens...
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