Thread: On Einstein's explanation of the invariance of c

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    I couldn't care less about a Nobel Prize.
    But you made a huge discovery, you should stop posting and you should publish it, it will get front page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    But you made a huge discovery, you should stop posting and you should publish it, it will get front page.

    Just spell the name right, "Motor Daddy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor Daddy View Post
    Just spell the name right, "Motor Daddy"
    You got it, stop spilling the beans by posting and you get front page. All the newspapers. Guaranteed.

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    Any money due to me please send certified checks.

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    Any money due to me please send certified checks.

    Absolutely, will need your real name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    Absolutely, will need your real name.
    They'll figure it out.

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    They'll figure it out.
    It will be stamped "Motor Daffy" -the Bank of Lagos .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    It will be stamped "Motor Daffy" -the Bank of Lagos .
    Bank of America certified checks will suffice.

    Make sure the headlines read, Einstein's SR renamed to BS.
    Last edited by Motor Daddy; 12-18-10 at 02:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor Daddy View Post

    Make sure the headlines read, Einstein's SR renamed to BS.
    by Deeply Deluded Idiot Motor Daffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    by Deeply Deluded Idiot Motor Daffy
    ...with simple 2nd grade math. Man, that ought to piss off a bunch of people that spent years and thousands of dollars on learning his BS, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor Daddy View Post
    ...with simple 2nd grade math. Man, that ought to piss off a bunch of people that spent years and thousands of dollars on learning his BS, eh?
    Err, no, you idiocies are very entertaining, no one gets pissed off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    Err, no, you idiocies are very entertaining, no one gets pissed off.
    Entertaining? I find it hilarious, especially since you claim it to be wrong, and yet, you can't tell me why you think it's wrong. Here's a clue for you, if you stopped for just a second and thought about what I describe, you would see how Einstein has fabricated a world of illusion, by bending, twisting, and outright fabricating the rules to make his idea appear to work.

    ...and yet, he can't tell you the velocity of a box from within. Nobody on the face of the Earth has ever been able to determine the velocity of the box, except me. If I overlooked someone that has done it, please educate me??

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    Entertaining? I find it hilarious, especially since you claim it to be wrong, and yet, you can't tell me why you think it's wrong.
    Sure I did, you are inside the box, the principle of relativity tells you that you can't decide the state of motion, let alone the speed. You claim that you can. This makes you very entertaining.

    Einstein has fabricated a world of illusion, by bending, twisting, and outright fabricating the rules to make his idea appear to work.

    ...and yet, he can't tell you the velocity of a box from within. Nobody on the face of the Earth has ever been able to determine the velocity of the box, except me.
    ...and this is what makes you so laughable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    Sure I did, you are inside the box, the principle of relativity tells you that you can't decide the state of motion, let alone the speed. You claim that you can. This makes you very entertaining.
    I didn't just say I could, I did it, in front of your very eyes. So there you sit, with proof, in denial, and can't explain why you deny it, just that you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor Daddy View Post
    I didn't just say I could, I did it,
    I know, this is what makes you so entertaining. Severe delusions can be very laughable.

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    Again, you say I'm disillusion, but yet you can't tell me why. Show me the basis for making such a claim??

    It takes 5 hours for light to travel from one coast to the other, and 15.789473684210526315789473684211 minutes for light to travel back to the starting coast.

    Immediately that sends up a red flag, as I now know the country must have an absolute velocity, as the times would be exactly the same from coast to coast and back if the country didn't have a velocity (zero velocity).

    Since I know the speed of light is 200 MPH, that means light traveled 1,000 miles in one direction, and 52.631578947368421052631578947367 miles in the opposite direction.

    Soooo, from those light travel times, I can calculate the absolute velocity of the country:

    Light traveled 1,000 miles in one direction, and 52.631578947368421052631578947367 miles in the opposite direction. That means the light is 947.36842105263157894736842105263 miles from its starting point 5.2631578947368421052631578947368 hours later, which also means the country traveled 947.36842105263157894736842105263 miles from its starting point in 5.2631578947368421052631578947368 hours. 5.2631578947368421052631578947368 hours is 315.78947368421052631578947368416 minutes, so the country traveled 3.0 miles per minute. 3 miles per minute is 180 miles per hour.

    Since the country traveled 180 miles per hour for 5 hours, the country traveled 900 miles, and the light traveled 1,000 miles. That means the country is 1,000-900=100 miles wide!

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    So prove it to yourself, measure one way light travel times from point a to point b in a box, and the rest is cut and dry.

    Unless you think I made a mistake with the second grade math that I use??

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    Again, you say I'm disillusion,
    No, you are delusional. You must also be a big disillusion for your family, in their hopes that you could get a job rather than troll the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motor Daddy View Post
    Did you read the country experiment? I gave multiple ways of synchronizing clocks in this thread.

    There is a clock at a and a clock at b, they tick as one. They are absolutely synchronized as they would be if they were in the same time zone. It takes time for light to travel from point a to point b. If the light is sent from a at 12:00:00, and it arrives at b at 12:00:01, the light travel time is one second.
    When you yank the wire, the yank-force will travel at yank speed u, arriving at clock 1 at d/(u+v), and clock 2 at d/(u-v). The (unknown) speed of earth is v. If u=c, then it's the SR type of synchronization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    No, you are delusional. You must also be a big disillusion for your family, in their hopes that you could get a job rather than troll the internet.
    Lip service. Show me why it's wrong??

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