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 Latest Posts The universes expansion accelleration solved. by Marchimedes 05/14/20 07:25 AM
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 #22401 - 06/26/07 09:54 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. Marchimedes Senior Member Registered: 05/22/07 Posts: 210 Well, between the two of us we gots a brain and a half. Maybe sumpin can get done. Originally Posted By: redewenurNice one Marchimedes.Why thankee. I just got yelled at on another forum for posting pictures, and deleted..."this is a forum of words..." so I went and posted my all text pyramid theory. It's a science forum, without a sence-o-humor. I like this site though. I'm kinda a travelling troll/spammer.Though I post solid content, so it's on them really. I post content and they don't like the attitude and proclaim me "troll' and ban me. Quote:One was about gravitational attraction over various distances. There's a law of classical physics about that:It's called Newton's Inverse Square Law. On your drawing it means that atI heard of that. It's in a sci-fi book I'm reading. Quote:(2) the gravitational attraction is 1/(2^2) of the gravitional attraction at (1) - that's a quarter(3) the gravitational attraction is 1/(3^2) of the gravitional attraction at (1) - that's a ninth(4) the gravitational attraction is 1/(4^2) of the gravitional attraction at (1) - that's a sixteenthThe pull decreases exponentialy with distance?Quote:The speed of gravity is c (the speed of light). It's normally referred to as the speed at which gravity propagates, but it still means the same thing And how do we know this? See, I been asking the speed of gravity question long time now. Kinda hard to determine with evertthing in place. Perhaps by measuring the orbit of a body as a commet from out there comes close? Quote:So, if by some trick the sun was removed to a parallel universe, the Earth would still continue in its orbit for about 8 minutes, then it would shoot off at a tangent. At the same moment, we would see the sun disappear. Meanwhile, Mars would continue in its orbital path for another 4 minutes. Then it too would shoot off. Jupiter would continue to orbit the non-existent sun for another half hour!So gravity is a wave? A particle? Both? Niether? Voodoo? Hypmotism? http://nocapsspaces.3.forumer.comNot really ready yet, but the fun will commence there soon. _________________________ What? I've a drawing I want here. How I do that? Top
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