"Anti-einsteinist"? I'm better einsteinist, then you. Wish you bet?

Discussion in 'Physics & Math' started by Emil Smejkal, Jun 12, 2003.

  1. Emil Smejkal Registered Senior Member

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    Hi,
    Somebody called me anti-einsteinist. But, I'm better einsteinist, then you. I understand not photon only. Everybody knows possibility to demonstrate photon, by light-mill. I know way to demonstrate anti-photon; rotation mill against coming light. Wish you bet?
    I didn't make this experiment, meantime. It is not over; your chance overplay me is very high.
    Can I make it? Is it here any person, be willing accept my goodwill?
    Emil
     
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  3. Vortexx Skull & Bones Spokesman Registered Senior Member

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    Give this man a Nobelprize for confidence!
     
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  5. AndersHermansson Registered Senior Member

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    Are you using babelfish?

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  7. everneo Re-searcher Registered Senior Member

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    Emil Smejkal,

    I stand corrected. You are not an (anti-einstein)-ist. For 2 reasons.

    1. It is not that you love Einstein less but you love to find fault with Lord Eddington more.

    Otherwise you would not like to skip all observations during subsequent solar eclipses and go back to year 1919 and inspect how poorly the lord carried out his exp.

    2. It is not that you love Einstein less but you love to somehow fit the Boltzmann distribution into the photoelectric effect more.
     
  8. Emil Smejkal Registered Senior Member

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    Experiment, to bet about light mill.

    Hi,
    Problem in communication is, maybe, here: you are not able to make experiment, and you are not willing to see it as important. Why dear everneo, Vortex, or Anders don't say: Your mill will not whirl, I see. Why they will not bet?
    To understand something means, be more able to explain it. It means ability to see new terms. To make new experiments. But my problem is, I can process experiments. Experiments are, by me, important. The mistake is my, maybe. All the mistakes are only my?
    Emil
     
  9. ryans Come to see me about a dog hey Registered Senior Member

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    There is definately a communication problem here!!!
     
  10. Emil Smejkal Registered Senior Member

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    Nobelprize for confidence!

    If somebody sey "Give this man a Nobelprize for confidence!", it means knowledge of this man are short and limited. Such gay should to bet with me, and lose his money. He is dastard, meantime.
    Emil
     
  11. blackholesun Registered Senior Member

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    I are GREAT. photons, PHOTONS! Purple monkey underwear, enististerster wrong! Damn mill, you are an gay bet. Money to lose, exspermment coming! WORKING! BIZAM!
     
  12. AD1 Registered Senior Member

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    Give Emil the Nobel Prize in literature instead. ;-)
     
  13. Emil Smejkal Registered Senior Member

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    Everneo,
    if you have set of values, measured really for bending of light, please, send me it!

    I a'm sure, I will can to admitt it, and sey my pardon (as well as you, hereto you could'nt it send).
    Emil
     
  14. Emil Smejkal Registered Senior Member

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    design and secrecy of "anti-mill"

    I could to tell abroad design and secrecy of "anti-mill". But: Can you me promise, you then apologize me for your castigation?
     
  15. VAKEMP Registered Senior Member

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    What kind of translator are you using? :bugeye: I want to try translating some stuff into your language and see if you get a kick out of it like I am from your posts!

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  16. MacM Registered Senior Member

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    Language

    Language may in fact be a problem here and I think that should be respected rather than used as a battering ram.

    Does anyone know and understand what Emil..., is attempting to say and prove and in that regard do you have a technical response?

    I wonder how we might fare trying to communicate in his language?

    PS: What is your primary language - That might help.
     
  17. Emil Smejkal Registered Senior Member

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    I tray it again.
    First case is "Light-mill". Circular motion is depending on the light. Reason: Pressure of light.
    Second case: Question: is it possible, to design "mill" with reverse rotation? With "pull" of light, instead of pressure?
    Emil
     
  18. AntonK Technomage Registered Senior Member

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    Short answer to number 2 (If i am understanding ANY of it correctly)...No.

    This "mill" you speak of will only turn because of the momentum transfered from the photon to the matter in which the mill is made. There is no actual push, it is a transfer from electromagnetic energy to kinetic energy.

    I have heard of using lasers to manipulate VERY small amounts of matter (nanoscale). I'm not quite sure how this is done, but all a photon can do is transfer energy.

    -AntonK
     
  19. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Emil:

    Please post your explanation for your "reverse light mill" here.

    I assume you mean a Hookes' radiometer which spins the "wrong" way.

    If no explanation is forthcoming, this thread will be moved to the "Pseudoscience" forum.
     
  20. ryans Come to see me about a dog hey Registered Senior Member

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    YEAH,

    YOU GO GIRLFRIEND.

    Pick on the little Czech bloke who can't speak English
     
  21. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Huh? I think I'm the only one here actually looking at his content rather than his expression.
     
  22. Emil Smejkal Registered Senior Member

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    Secrecy of "reverse light-mill"

    James R writes about explanation for "reverse light mill".

    We have omnidirectional emitter of electromagnetic field, power P (for ex. electric bulb lamp)
    This field has some volume density of energy. This density ? depends by distance r.
    Force in field, generally, is gradient of this density.
    Glass with refraction index n, in elmg field, acts non-homogeneity.
    Non-homogeneity means the force F.
    Refraction index greater then refraction index of environment (for ex. 1) means "pull" force; its direction is reverse, compared by case of reflection of light.
    For continual rotation light have to be interrupted, apparently.

    I wish, my explanation will bring me a friendship of one of you, not irritability of all of you.

    Friendship is big value, for me. I wish, my future friend will mail me one good word. Maybe with mail address of web, where is set of values, measured by "repeator" of Eddington 1919.
    Emil
    P.S. Can you write detailed used equations?
     
  23. Dr Lou Natic Unnecessary Surgeon Registered Senior Member

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    What language do you usually speak emil? Perhaps someone here understands it and then you could post in your own language and someone here could translate.
    I think it would work better than this.
     

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