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### The Squared Circle

What was Zeno's point in the runner and the tortoise?
Post by: phyti, Jun 10, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### The Squared Circle

[ATTACH]
Post by: phyti, Jun 4, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### The Squared Circle

As the definition and Sarkus stated, the repeating decimal approximates the limit,but never equals it.
Post by: phyti, Jun 1, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Aircraft carriers - ramps - makes less than zero sense to me

Sarkus; In the video I watched a pickup pull a portable 'runway' in the -x direction while a pilot flew his small 'cub' class plane off the 'runway'...
Post by: phyti, Apr 24, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Aircraft carriers - ramps - makes less than zero sense to me

Sarkus; After watching a demonstration of the experiment with a small aircraft on a portable surface, the mistake in interpretation is obvious. Was...
Post by: phyti, Apr 22, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Aircraft carriers - ramps - makes less than zero sense to me

Sarkus; In 1870, sending someone to the moon was fantasy. In 1970, it happened after all the technical issues were solved. The plane/conveyor...
Post by: phyti, Apr 19, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Aircraft carriers - ramps - makes less than zero sense to me

forum; It was back to the drawing board. The goal is to prevent an airplane from taking off (to the right) from a moving conveyor belt. Initially...
Post by: phyti, Apr 17, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Aircraft carriers - ramps - makes less than zero sense to me

The engine thrust moves the plane forward. The weight of the plane is transferred via the wheels to the conveyor, pushing it backward. Unlike the...
Post by: phyti, Apr 15, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Aircraft carriers - ramps - makes less than zero sense to me

In the example on another forum, the conveyor had a sensor-feedback system that matched the conveyor speed opposite to the wheel speed of the...
Post by: phyti, Apr 14, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math
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### An Inconsistency Between the Gravitational Time Dilation Equation and the Twin Paradox

Mike; In SR, simultaneity is subjective for the observer. Example: She S (black) is at rest and He H (green) is moving away at .4. He passes S1, one...
Post by: phyti, Apr 11, 2022 in forum: Physics & Math