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Temporal Divergence Meter

Discussion in 'Time Machines' started by Designer2, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. Einstein

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    No I don't accept the dark matter theory. The reason being is that we are over looking some very basic observation. Motion is that observation. By all rights I believe it should be elevated to the status of a basic force. All motion appears to be time oriented. One way. Combine motion with the weak force and the electromagnetic forces come into play. Combine motion with the strong force and the mechanical forces come into play. Combining the weak force and the strong force without the presence of the motion force is also a combination. There appears to be plenty to work with right here without fabricating something that by all rights is just pure fiction.
     
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    Now that is what I call motion. Time is our 4-D space. I call it a basic force. It is variable. And the possibility of negative motion just may be a reality. Based on my observation of a negative motion behavior with a Slayer Exciter coil.
     
  3. KerrTexas

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    Here's a question: When "everything" was at a point of singularity, what was happening with the dark matter ? Couldn't have been in with that point, could it ? And if not, then....??? See what I'm getting at with this line of thought ?
     
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    The problem with the Dark matter is that that is where the missing mass of the universe is supposed to be. But if the mass were there all along as Dark matter, then the universe could not be expanding at an ever increasing rate as it does.

    So then they hypothesized Dark energy.

    For all we know the universe may not have originated at a point. What would be wrong with a large number of multiple locations coalescing into matter. Perhaps galaxies originated that way. It's all speculation no matter which way you go.
     
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    To clarify a previous post , I am going to include quotes from some website, somewhere out there in the cyber sphere***:

    "Dark matter and dark energy appear to be competing forces in our universe. The only things they have in common is that both were forged in the Big Bang...

    Dark matter attracts, dark energy repels. While dark matter pulls matter inward, dark energy pushes it outward."

    IF dark energy repels matter, how could it ALL be contained within the matter (singularity?) prior to the Big Bang ?

    Yes, it all might be speculation, however, if nobody ask's the questions, then nobody would look for the answers.


    Nothing. Perhaps the galaxies, and a lot of the other stuff, did originate that way. And maybe the scientists will be surprised again. However, they have the resources and the mind power to make a way better guess than I do. So, if they proclaim that there was a "Big Bang", definitely have to give that serious consideration. IF they say there is dark matter and dark energy, also have to give that serious consideration, too.

    Dark matter and dark energy isn't necessarily a new concept either, just recently made up to account for missing mass in our Universe. To quote Scripture from KJV( Genesis 1:2 - 1:3 ) :

    2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
    3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
    Darkness was upon the deep ? ...Face of the waters ? Earth was without form, and void, so what were the scribe(s) referring to in these remarks ?

    ***source of quoted material : Dark Energy vs. Dark Matter - HETDEX
     
  6. Gpa

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    I am not an explosive expert but I know an explosion is a chemical reaction. Chemical reactions are based on stoichiometry and use the mol as a unit of measure. A mol of a substance always contains a set value of atoms or molecules known as Avogadro constant ( 6.022×10^23). A mol of nitro weighs 227.08g/mol on earth;
    1kg (1000g/1kg) (mol/227.08g)= 4.4037mols of nitro or 2.6519x10^24 molecules
    Gravity, which affects weight, is about 27.9 times stronger on the sun than earth so a mol of nitro would simply "weigh" 27.9 times more there than here but it would have exactly the same number of molecules and be chemically the same reaction as it would here so, I don't think there would, as far as weight goes, be any difference in explosive energy provided, you send the stoichiometric amount of oxygen needed for the reaction to take place at all. (technically, if STP is used here to calculate the yield vs the increased temp of the sun, there would be a difference but for the sake of argument, Einstein was considering weight, not temp.)





    It seems you agree with my premise of a "Big Thaw (agglomerating)"
     
  7. Einstein

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    Gpa

    Weight is not the only variable that affects the nitro. The flow of time is slower on the sun. Perhaps the weak force is affected as well. Maybe it becomes stronger. Making nuclear fusion more likely. But would something like that affect chemical reactions?

    I think all bets are off as to what would happen. All the basic forces may actually be in a different configuration.
     
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    flawed logic here: these "events" were not spontaneously occurring singular moments in time. The planning, or lack thereof, for these events took years. What point in time would you measure for Fukishima? The EQ or the moment when some corporation or agency in Japan received a news they were winning a bid to build the site? no way to correlate gravity swings to "world events"; they are too complex
     
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    Had I beaten a dead horse or was I a thread kiler?