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black hole vs. equilibrium point
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Dobri Karagorgov
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2006 9:21 am    Post subject: Re: black hole vs. equilibrium point Reply with quote

the point is the equilibrium point (einstein's black hole) doesn't
absorb the linght not even a bit. it just redirects the light back to
it's source.

-----<----SuperStar---->-------
| I I |
| Worm ^ ^ Whole |
| I I |
---->----BlackHole---<---------

now look at my excessive turbo generator at:
http://geocities.com/dedanoe/etg.html and try to notice the similarity.
i am sent by GOD to divide all on one side and nothing on the other
then put them together again. this way i will end this world and start
the next with big bang.
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PostPosted: Tue May 02, 2006 11:46 am    Post subject: Re: black hole vs. equilibrium point Reply with quote

As H. L. Mencken said: "You may be right."
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Dobri Karagorgov
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PostPosted: Tue May 02, 2006 10:55 am    Post subject: black hole vs. equilibrium point Reply with quote

the observer is always immovable in his own refence frame because he
experiences him self to be in perfect balance which is zero force and
zero distance globally. it is a ways of saying: you must see things
with heavenly eyes. my dynamic form of the law of lever says zero
imbalance doesn't change spontaneously because no zero is able to
change any other (nothing got nothing to change thus nothing is
permanent). in my leverian physics i refer only to one point -- the
point of equilibrium -- not to complete coordinate system. the weights
care about the spatial directions on their own. they don't even care
about time. einstein's black hole is black because it is a point of
nothing -- true equilibrium point. that's why it doesn't move. not
because it has infinite or extremely large mass.

http://dedanoe.tripod.com

first there was archimedes' screw;
then newton and eninstein came along to screw things up;
now dedanoe comes along for the final screw;

http://geocities.com/dedanoe/etg.html
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