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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

The critical point is: you can't divide by zero!
Post by: phyti, Sep 21, 2018 at 5:02 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

You have been indoctrinated into the mathmagic school of thought. The examples you gave are for finite values. If infinity has no end, how can you...
Post by: phyti, Sep 20, 2018 at 4:51 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

When you get 'infinity' in calculations, it's a flag that the calculations aren't working. Infinity is not quantifiable and therefore meaningless in...
Post by: phyti, Sep 19, 2018 at 7:56 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Instantaneous Age Changes in the Twin "paradox"

If there is in fact an acceleration, there is a radius of curvature for each increment of the curve. The force would be inversely proportional to the...
Post by: phyti, Sep 18, 2018 at 4:18 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

For any who are interested; The A perception on the left: B performs a gradual reversal from A4 to A6. This allows the red B axis of simultaneity to...
Post by: phyti, Sep 18, 2018 at 4:08 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

The SR clock synch convention is a method to simulate clock synchronization for the local observer Ann, who can assume a pseudo rest frame if moving...
Post by: phyti, Sep 16, 2018 at 7:09 PM in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

The list compares A-events with B-events. A B B ---------------------- 1 1.3 1.2 2 2.6 2.5 3 3.9 3.0 4 ___ 3.5 5 ___ 4.0 6___ 4.5...
Post by: phyti, Sep 12, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Can "Infinity" ever be more than a mathematical abstraction?

We have an example in "motion pictures', where the mind melds a sequence of still photos into an apparent continuum. Then there is your computer...
Post by: phyti, Aug 1, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Can "Infinity" ever be more than a mathematical abstraction?

I thought the question would have been answered much earlier. 'Infinity' is not a number, so it cannot be used in any process of measurement....
Post by: phyti, Jul 31, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Can "Infinity" ever be more than a mathematical abstraction?

Speakpigeon #255; --- Life is supported by the local portion of the universe and continues independently of the astronomically distant portions....
Post by: phyti, Jul 16, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Can "Infinity" ever be more than a mathematical abstraction?

Infinite is an idea related to measurement. Infinity is not a number since it has no value. It is a relation about numbers stating there is no limit...
Post by: phyti, Jul 13, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math