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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

I will just address this one claim that Charlie must receive the information first-hand, since it is particularly egregious: Charlie does not state...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 21, 2018 at 9:35 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

I never said you could divide by zero. But you can divide by a smaller and smaller radius, and this tells you that as the radius gets smaller, the...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 21, 2018 at 6:20 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

The "meaningful way" that it happens is simply that when Charlie changes reference frames, his definition of simultaneity changes also, to become...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 20, 2018 at 9:41 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

Oh brother. Yes, let's talk about finite values. As the finite value of the radius decreases, the finite value of the force increases. The...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:50 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

An event that happens, happens regardless of who observes it, or measures anything about it. Incorrect. An event that happens, happens regardless...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 19, 2018 at 10:15 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

I said "approaches infinity" which does not imply that any calculations are not working. Start with some chosen finite radius, and calculate the...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 19, 2018 at 8:47 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

Great, so it seems we are in general agreement about most things. No, you have failed to understand. What a crock. YES, any event which happens,...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 19, 2018 at 8:33 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

No, I do not want anybody to go through any calculation which is not relevant to the discussion. I thought you were claiming the GR calculations...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 19, 2018 at 7:40 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

So the scenario where you said, "I see no reason to assume that the accelerations involved, when translated into a gravitational field, would result...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 18, 2018 at 10:19 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

Okay then, maybe this is "the part" where we need GR? Okay, so please tell me what you think happens under GR. First Amy and Bikey are standing...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 18, 2018 at 9:25 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

NotEinstein, I am honestly trying to make sense of your ideas. I'm sure they make perfect sense to you, but that does not mean that others (or at...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 18, 2018 at 8:57 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

I was just pointing out what I thought was a physical meaning behind a calculation. Charlie's assistant is adjacent to Alice, and can verify that...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 18, 2018 at 7:23 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

If the force is inversely proportional to the radius, then as the radius approaches zero, the force approaches infinity. The idealized instantaneous...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 18, 2018 at 6:34 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

Bold added by me. Okay, but what if time is only "calculated" to be flowing in reverse? Would that still be a violation of causality? And if not,...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 17, 2018 at 9:31 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

Applying the brakes in your car very gently, you come to a stop over a relatively long period of time, and you hardly feel any force. Applying the...
Post by: Neddy Bate, Sep 17, 2018 at 8:02 PM in forum: Physics & Math