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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:17 am    Post subject: Rod of irony.

\$\$ Rod of irony.
 Quote: SR says that the speed of light is a universal constant. For that to be true the speed of light must be a constant math ratio as follows: Not from the perspective of an observer in relative motion to the rod!

\$\$ And you are becoming more and more familiar with that end of it.
\$\$ [Where it's *iMPOSSiBLE* to measure VELOCiTY c, WRONG ..right?].

\$\$ The MAGNiTUDE of VELOCiTY is a SCALAR ..in GR and Newton TiViTY.
\$\$ [GR mass that iNCREASEs with a VELOCiTY is iNVARiANT REST mass].
\$\$ [The GR SEMANTiC COMEDY & Newton Tivity ..each "No AiR" THEORY].

\$\$ <Grope crotch><shrug><giggle><twitch><exit stageLEFT Evon>. END.
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Posted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 9:23 am    Post subject: Re: Clock Properties

| Tom Roberts wrote: > > David wrote:
 Quote: In Einstein's paper On The Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies he states that pendulum clocks don't behave the same way as other clocks. This depends on what one means by a "pendulum clock". In common usage, a pendulum clock consists of a box in which a pendulum swings, plus a mechanism to count those swings. Unfortunately, this is not the complete clock -- it depends inherently on the earth's gravitation for its operation, including its tick rate. In freefall such a pendulum clock does not work at all, and on top of a mountain it ticks more slowly than at sea level, and in an airplane its tick rate varies wildly as the plane maneuvers. To be considered as a clock in the sense physicists use the word, one must include the pendulum's relationship with the gravitational source. This makes it impractical to use for most investigations of clock tick rate. I don't understand why physicists believe all clocks except pendulum clocks share the same properties in terms of running at different rates in different inertial frames. This is not mere "belief", this is an experimental observation. So only theories that predict such behavior are valid. What property does every other entity have measures time have that pendulum clocks do not and vice versa. All the other clocks that we normally think of (in this context, anyway) are self contained, and their tick rate is not directly dependent on any external quantity; that is NOT true for the pendulum "clock".

\$\$ "All the other clocks" tick rate VARY "DiRECTLY" ..with ALTiTUDE?
\$\$ "All the other clocks" tick rate VARY "DiRECTLY" like a PENDuLUM.
\$\$ That GPS atomic tickers (not "clocks") have to be REset is PROOF.
\$\$
\$\$ Again GET OUT of town, GO back to school or TRY to catch on, duh.

> Tom Roberts [Re: Clock Properties ..end of POST].
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Posted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 6:44 am    Post subject: entropy is a subset of Ampere-Maxwell law Re: 10^120 to tile Universe & gravity 10^40

someone wrote:
(snipped)
 Quote: as for why there is no "opposite of entropy," there are two things that I can think of -- aside from akin to your thing, wherein "every thing *else* must come in pairs" -- a) there is negentropy in some considerations, and b) there's the half of Universe that is antimatter, as in the Alfven cosmology, not Bigger Banger.

What I am saying is that all of Thermodynamics are part and parcel of
the 4 Maxwell Equations and that entropy is one of the 4 Maxwell
Equations. Probably a subset of the Ampere-Maxwell Equation. Faraday's
Law probably contains the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics.

In the Atom Totality, almost every physics field of study such as
Thermodynamics, such as superconductivity, such as optics are all part
and parcel of the 4 Maxwell Equations.

There is no opposite to entropy just as there is no opposite to
Ampere-Maxwell law.

A negentropy of a antimatter and divided Cosmos implies the Universe is
a structure itself. There is only one entity that we know could be a
"Cosmic structure". Not a onion. Not a gigantic tortoise holding up the
world. The only entity that could be the entire Universe is a atom
itself. A Universal atom. Such as the Atom Totality.

So the moment you speak of negentropy over the spans of the Cosmos and
antimatter, logically forces you into the position of the Cosmos as an
entity. And there is only one entity-- an atom.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies
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