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#55380 - 02/06/16 12:35 AM Yep, I'm a hero. [Re: Marchimedes]
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#55386 - 02/06/16 06:01 AM Marchimedes saves humanity. [Re: Marchimedes]
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So, a short break from my pyramiding.

"Oh Thank The Lord" you unwashed masses would be wagering bout now, correct?

Ya'll bout to lose that bet right quick.

What with my charming disposistion and humble personality I shall make the normal warning a tad more smallerer...



http://www.liberalforum.org/index.php?/topic/22244-and-the-horse-you-rode-in-on/?p=1059375138

What can I say? I been here cents 2007, barring a nice banning this shall remain the same. I gots WAY more. I'm giving politics a break until the two(2) nominies are named and then I'll go friggin nuts at the political site. No, it's not MY site, I just dominate it. I actually have a site, just in case. I'm smart like that. I do so wish I could curse here, it adds flavour when interjected properly.

So where we? What is the mass of a photon? Nope, that wasn't it. Where's all this friggin so-called dark matter? Nah. Thought experiments on the speed of light? Perish the thought. Don't get me started on dark energy. What is the speed of gravity? I can go onnd on and on.

You know, Orac, I asked this site what are the speeds attained at various G forces. I got an answer. In this thread. In this thread I learned, cause I asked the correct question, what is the function of gravity over distance. Turns out it's the inverse square. But I'm just a handyman and am not so fond of writing formulas out rather than understanding them almost without thought. I needs to see/understand things in my minds eye. I think that is what paul is refering to, at times. paul has a lovely, nasty streak in him. He just ain't as good at it as I am. But I understand everything he is saying. You, Orac, said...

Originally Posted By: Orac
Guaranteed to get at least 2 or 3 more spams from that .. watch laugh


I already gave you one, this is the second. One to go. Not this post.

You also said/asked...

Originally Posted By: Orac
on this forum how can we help you?


I'd say find a flaw with my stuff but I've already thought this though. If you can find a flaw that would be rare. I'd say more where am I failing to splain things. Where are my gaps? How can I make this simpler? There's no bubbles in a water level unless you lay a water level down like an idiot.

How about a nice image?



That's funny every time.

Here's the image...

http://www.liberalforum.org/index.php?/topic/22244-and-the-horse-you-rode-in-on/?p=1059375185

If you, Orac, can't get the bubble out of that water level than you gots no bidness buttering toast.

Orac, I am a scientist, inventer, handyman, red neck engineer, physicist, blue collar genius, idiot savant, whack job, flake, carpenter, mechanic, electrician, plumber, nail pounder, you friggin name it.

What ever problem you have with me you have to get over it. I don't lose. Somebody has to be the smartest man alive, turns out it's me. I prove it day in, day out. If you want to pester me on terms we'll just go to the dictionary.

So get in on this thread on the correct side. A lot of folks are reading. Be a contributer. If you catch me I'll admit it, give you credit and figure the fix. There is ALWAYS a fix. You should have seen what I did today. I had a problem. I couldn't fix it right that second. But then I went back to me, told myself, "there is ALWAYS a fix." I had to THINK for a few minutes, and then, with some work, the problem was solved. So what was that? Science? Engineer? Inventer? I'd call it stuborn. I'm not gonna bandy terms in this, my thread. It don't get Jack done.

Tonight I gave a possible solution to an ELE Le Rock.

You ever seen that one before? Should we now debate the term of what it is exactly was I did there? I'd rather see, given enough time, why that wouldn't work.

But then you have to entertain. If one posts volumously with no one reading then all one is doing is practicing typing.

You gots to put butts in seats, man.

So, as I announced, I'm taking a break from politics and that's why ya'll poor miserable sots have to put up with my convoluted ramblings.

Le Mimeapult. I spent some time on that drawing. You, Orac, I'm betting, have never put the ammount of time into any single post that I did into that post. My preffered screen name is teacher. I do my homework. I went and did some checking up on you. I didn't see one original idea by you. I saw lots of "this guy said" and "that guy said."

It's one thing, Orac, to put someone elses butt on the line. Quite another to proffer, as I do, day in and day out, my own butt out there.

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I do believe, Ms. Rose II, that I stayed within the rules. I have not seen any rule that states that I can not destroy another member. I look foward to your continued scrutiny.
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#55651 - 03/08/16 01:34 AM Just to be clear... [Re: Marchimedes]
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This should take you to a post in this thread...

http://www.scienceagogo.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=22575#Post22575

Check the date on that post. Now click on this link to The Japan Times...

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/06...n-made-meteors/

I don't see anywhere in that article as to when they thought of this, that is if they didn't steakl the idea from me, but I'm betting I thought this up first.

Next thing you know they'll be stealing my Le Mimeapult idea...

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#55802 - 04/27/16 01:33 AM Please to bear with me... [Re: Marchimedes]
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I needs bump this thread to the top for a nice screen shot that involves the top banners and what not for purposes of arrogence.
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#56423 - 10/25/16 01:47 AM Long time no love? [Re: Marchimedes]
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Sup, nerds?

Miss me? 689k and change. Lemme go check...

Last time I was here and checked the tally it was 2/3/16 and the tally was 547k and change. Math anyone? Me likie.

This one should splain itself.

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Did a little looking around but couldn't find one, which seems odd to me. What I was looking for was a dry contact relay that would switch cable on or off. That is, apply or drop power (preferably 12vdc) to open close a switch that would connect/disconnect your basic cable wire, you know, like for your TV or internet as most folks use coaxial cable/RF/RG6 to get their internet. Or the same thing for fiber optic or phone line. This so is one could physically connect/disconnect the internet hard wire going to a computer.

Seems to be a lot of hacking going on these days. This is a simple idea to do away with a lot of that. I'm gonna use a basic burglar alarm that is remote accessible by phone with programmable outputs as this is a very cheap and common device. System looks like this...



And here's how it works: Say you've a sensitive PC/server, well, if hack boy has your address he can get to your PC and if he knows what's what he can have his way with it next thing you know little willie's gay circus midget orgy porn pics are on the net for all us us to see. Hack boy can get to your PC cause it is directly hard wired to the internet. What the switch relay does is physically cut the connection. If the authorized guy wants to remote access this PC he calls the alarm via phone line with his PC, enters the password to the alarm and switches on or off the applicable programmable output and THEN he can access the remote PC/server via his PC with yet another password. Sure, this all can be hacked BUT...

said hacker has to know that there is a switch relay, has to know the phone number to the alarm (let alone has to know that there is an alarm panel that controls this) that controls the switch relay and also has to be able to hack the alarm and has to know which programmable output to turn on or off.

That's pretty much it.

Trust me, folks, I'm a low voltage genius. I was putting alarm systems in banks back when the means of alarm transmission was polarity reversal.

I've gots more on this but ya'll morons are confusified enough as it is.

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I'll be a Monkey's Butler, looks like this post is working so far. I know, it's not universe and it's not pyramid construction. Not to worry, I'm still thinking about those other two(2) but I'm so bored with all that. I understand the off topic debate and all that but then it is my thread, correct? Unless ya'll live in a cave much like the cave where I keep a guy for screaming at my internet time is pretty much exclusively taken up debating politics. I'm a Libertarian. If ya'll think I'm obnoxious here can you imagine me debating politics at a site where I rule just as large as I do here AND am admin? It's horrible, look away.

Anyway, one of my politic things I've been screaming long time is a list I have, I call it "teacher's (my OTHER screen name) list of ideas to cure America's ills." List starts like this...

1. Term limits.

As in congressional term limits. You know where to find my political rants but the other day Trump came out with his 100 day deal and what was the #1 thing he would push for?

Wait for it...

Term limits.

Off course I'm all for Trump, not the point. Point ya'll should take away is that I say Mother government is broken and has been long time. These jerks are too well ensconced, gots too much power, gots too many pals, anti-trust type rules should apply to politicians also.

And before some of you socialists go all crazy you should take notice that term limits applies to Republicans just the same as it does to democrats.

No, I didn't show up here just before the election to go all politics. Just looks that way. I finally wrote up that switch relay post for my other site and thought that is just fine for here so I show up here and you know how I am once I gets to typing.

Term limits, man. Run them ALL outta town on a rail. What I'm saying here is that Trump agrees with what I been saying cents forever.

And then there's Shrillary with her hacked email stuff and it's all just serendipitous, ain't it?
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#56464 - 12/01/16 04:13 AM Philosophy [Re: Marchimedes]
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What it is about being correct that is so wrong?

So, God's honest truth, my little political debate forum that I link ya'll to now and again, there's been a shake up there. Despite my constant advise and consul I ended up in charge. I can understand why, I've been a fair and just moderator for a decade, I guess I'm just the last man standing. I also have the most viewed thread there. I've a thread here. This thread. As I have been cross contaminating these threads cents forever I thought ya'll should know. It's called transparency.

We good?

So yea, I'm not a mod at that place and I just friggin love that, so I should just get on with it..

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Eh...

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So, I watched a science thing the other day on TV and I'm thinking "they gonna go WMAP," and they went WMAP. Then all of a sudden was the question I should have been asking all along popping into my skull...


WMAP should be beyond us. How can we be measuring the temperature WMAP gives us right now?


I thought some right there and then (I swear, some thirty(30) seconds of thinking) and came up with a theoretical answer.


The good news is that my theoretical answer supports my ongoing theory as to why the universe appears to be expanding at an accelerating rate from our perspective. This is most cool. Lately I been thinking about the added variables of what the speed of gravity is and if the inflation theory is valid (leaning that way) and it is all coming to a very fine minds eye picture of the entire universe in my skull. In other words... yes.


Very difficult indeed to put all this into words and images that makes it simple. I'll get to it.


Must be decades I been thinking about the universe. I have trained my mind to think of space being infinite, the observable universe being far from that, the Milky Way being a speck, I mean, to be able to ponder any of this at all the sheer scale of it all needs be accepted, understood and be put to work.


The scale is working for me.
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#56552 - 07/09/17 10:03 PM Back on the horse... [Re: Marchimedes]
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Before I get all into my latest revised edition of "why the universe appears to be expanding at an accelerated rate from our perspective" theory I'd like to spend some time dogging the dark energy theory. Spent plenty of time dogging dark matter but not so much dark energy.

This is all assuming that the big bang theory is correct and most everyone has no problems with that, especially the dark matter/energy crew. So, our visible universe is expanding and the rate/speed of expansion is accelerating, we know this by measuring Doppler shift. The farter away matter is from us the faster it is speeding away from us. The so-called scientists can't splain this so they came up with the dark energy theory. That is there is an invisible, unmeasurable force that is pushing stuff away from all other stuff. Invisible, unmeasurable antigravity if you will. Of course I have a simple, non-voodoo theory about this expansion that obeys the laws of physics but we won't be getting into that today.

In my world I say that the universe is infinite but the dispersion of matter in it is not. The big bang theory states that in an almost empty universe there was an almost infinitesimally small point of matter/energy and it blew up. An explosion in the vacuum of space. Being as there was no gravity, matter, anything that could affect this exploding point that would mean that this explosion threw matter/energy omnidirectionaly. How could it not? Right after the explosion the point of explosion should be empty with everything growing outward from that point and the dispersion of matter (dark green) within the universe should look sumpin like this...



Zero(0) being the point of the explosion and the red outlined area being, for this case, our visible universe. Barring the effects of flying Monkeys or voodoo that just HAS to be, correct?

So far no mathematical equations or complicated formulas are necessary, simple.

A side view of the sphere gives us...



I know, they who are called they now say that the universe if 13.7 billion years old, I rounded up to 14 billion years. So the dispersal of matter in our universe has to be at least 54 billion light years in diameter. The diameter of the inside circle can not be determined but I say it has to be at least sumpin, no matter. Now, with the dark energy theory if we are located somewhere in the middle of that red area the matter at the inside and outside edge should be moving away from us at the same speed. The inside edge is moving back to the zero(0) point and the outside edge towards the great beyond. Seems to me the dark energy folks have forgotten about the effects of gravity. Take this image...



As the power of gravity decreases with distance the matter between the two ends of "x" should have more gravitational pull than the matter between the two ends of "z." That matter as the "x's" should be increasing in speed away from us more fasterer than the matter at the "z." But the measurements of our visible universe state that the speed of matter withdrawing from us is all the same. The "y" measurement should be at least 28 billion light years more than "x."

Just a wee math problem I have with the dark energy theory.
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#56553 - 08/05/17 04:33 AM It doesn't matter why. [Re: Marchimedes]
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I'm still here after a decade and I gots one for ya'll. It's an old one but I lost the originals so at my political site I was prompted to get back into MSPaint and get busy. As always, it's simple, I like to think it's funny but then I'm not a stiff like the rest of you. No idea how this is gonna submit, lately this site shrinks my stuff and you know me, that is just not gonna play. Like I can put my mind into a millimeter by millimeter sized image. Might as well ask your moderating staff to put their life experience into an image and have room left over.

I'm so sorry, moderating staff, that was, hopefully, a joke.

Try #1...



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I'll be, good nuff.

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Good news, stiffs. You know that political site I keep linking ya'll to? I got promoted there. I'm now admin. Besides the site owner I'm completely in charge. Before now I was just mostly in charge.

Reason I mention this is cause I have a little skin in the online forum game. I have what you call it? Experience. I administrate a online political debate forum. You think you people have problems? I have to deal with feminists vs. skin heads. So lemme tell ya, I love this site, it's like an escape. Trust me, when I tell ya'll I'm toning it down, I'm WAY toning it down. At my site I'm admin and the rabble gets to call me, well, I can't say it here but they get to call me anything they want. But then they have to deal with me. They don't call me things so often. I'm more horrible than they are. Put it this way, I belong to a site of malcontents, ne'er-do-wells, misfits, rule breakers, bigots of every nature and I'm their leader. See, I always strive to put a bit of my philosophy, my take, into every post of semi-importance. So this post has man made shooting stars in it, that image is (explicative deleted) killer. I submit that to you wicked smart nerds for peer review. But then I first submitted that in the early 2000s and I've yet to have a reasonable rebuke/refutation. Just like the rest of my stuff. Again, I hail this site as one of the few that hasn't banned me. Hail!

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So, the image. It's an old idea but I lost all the old images I had of that so I made that image tonight. I know, I'm a tad bent but come on, billions and billions of shooting stars when and where The Mighty US of A wants them. Tell me why that can't be. Tell me why that wouldn't be a PR jackpot for NASA. Tell me why every American wouldn't go "oh yea."

Tell me you wouldn't say that that wasn't the greatest light show short of the borialisis.

Tell me it wasn't my idea.

My thread, there's more coming.
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#56554 - 08/10/17 01:50 AM Re: It doesn't matter why. [Re: Marchimedes]
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There's a problem with this scenario.

The Earth is traveling around the Sun at approximately 67,000 mph. When the earth and its atmosphere collide with comet dust at that speed we can observe shooting stars. If sand is pushed out of the space station the collision force is much smaller and the maximum speed that it will achieve will be limited by the terminal velocity. Every grain of sand will meet the ground virtually intact. I don't want to go through the calculation at this time but to illustrate the point: If we pushed out a bowling ball from the ISS it would travel at a terminal velocity of 350 mph when it met the ground...only then would it be a real sight to see.
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#56559 - 08/30/17 02:06 AM Somebody thinking too much. [Re: KirbyGillis]
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Originally Posted By: KirbyGillis
There's a problem with this scenario.


Nuh-uh.

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The Earth is traveling around the Sun at approximately 67,000 mph. When the earth and its atmosphere collide with comet dust at that speed we can observe shooting stars. If sand is pushed out of the space station the collision force is much smaller and the maximum speed that it will achieve will be limited by the terminal velocity. Every grain of sand will meet the ground virtually intact. I don't want to go through the calculation at this time but to illustrate the point: If we pushed out a bowling ball from the ISS it would travel at a terminal velocity of 350 mph when it met the ground...only then would it be a real sight to see.


Well, if you were static in Earth's orbit at the top of the atmosphere I guess all that would be true. But we are kicking this stuff outta the International Space Station. I looked it up just for you. The ISS is at an altitude of 254 miles travelling at 17,150 MPH. The Earth's atmosphere goes quite high but doesn't really thin greatly until about ten miles up. So our bowling bowl immediately is going a tad fasterer than 350 MPH. Then it has 244 miles of virtually zero friction to pick up speed due to gravity before it hits appreciable push back and by then it's on fire big time. Matter of fact, the ISS is going just a tad slower than the speed at which stuff burns up in the atmosphere. Specifically .24 MPS slowerer. Don't feel bad, Kirby, I posted your post at my political site, (not your name) and asked them what was wrong with this (your) post. Nobody got it even after hints. There was one person who got it right away and that was my so-called boss. He claims to have an IQ of 178 which is 7 points higherer than my best but then in my defense I only take IQ tests when I'm drunk.
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#56566 - 09/23/17 03:26 AM Re: Somebody thinking too much. [Re: Marchimedes]
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P=mv it is bad equation
Univers is much more complicate
Than we fought

http://www.scienceagogo.com/forum/ubbthr...n_tur#Post56560

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#56577 - 10/01/17 01:51 AM Dunno... [Re: newton]
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Originally Posted By: newton
P=mv it is bad equation


That's Power = mass times velocity, right?

Seems to work for me as far as martial arts go. I'm only so big and if I don't want to get more biggerer than I have to get more fasterer to hit harder.

Quote:
Universe is much more complicated
Than we thought


My contention is that is more simple.
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#56591 - 10/20/17 12:55 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: redewenur]
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Originally Posted By: redewenur
Paul, as we know all too well, nuclear fission produces energy. How does your explanation differ from the conventional explanation? Example:

Total mass before the reaction ( mass of U-235 + n)
= 235.0439u + 1.0087u
= 236.0526u
Total mass after the reaction ( mass of Nd + Kr + 2n)
= 147.9169u + 85.9106u + 2 x 1.0087u
= 235.8449u
There is a decrease in mass by 0.2077u. This mass has been converted to energy.


EXIST VERY OLD PHYSICS LAW

ARCHIMEDES TOLD EURECA MY MASS IS EQUAL TO WATER'S MASS

IN UNIVERSE EXIST PRESSURE
SIMILAR TO HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE


Very funy and very simple is other fact during fast motion my body is pushing more water at one time

Yellow color it is energy "warter"


Ohh exist one more problem self rotation is producing cavitation chamber



You can push water or you can push energy



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#56592 - 10/20/17 01:09 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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Inverse square law it is very old law
When you moving underwater or under energy pressure you registering dynamic pressure



NOT EXIST FREE FALL IN UNIVRRSE


Galileo DIDN'T UNDERSTAND PRESSURE

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#56593 - 10/20/17 01:25 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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