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Old 05-04-2010, 07:36 PM   #101
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Gravity is not a 4th force
Are you going to have another go? And explain, justify each step in detail. And use SI units if you would? scientific notation? Which bodies are you working with. Earth's atmosphere and the suns magnetic field, Gauss.

And are you only taking decay into consideration, I am sure the H atom can emmit more photons, than that? I just want to know why? Hydrogen is in that environment. Why does it have to be in that state and that environment to achieve the desired result? From what I can gather you have hydrogen in its ground state waiting to decay?

If you could, I find it fascinating.
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Old 06-04-2010, 12:53 AM   #102
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Are you going to have another go? And explain, justify each step in detail. And use SI units if you would? scientific notation? Which bodies are you working with. Earth's atmosphere and the suns magnetic field, Gauss.

And are you only taking decay into consideration, I am sure the H atom can emmit more photons, than that? I just want to know why? Hydrogen is in that environment. Why does it have to be in that state and that environment to achieve the desired result? From what I can gather you have hydrogen in its ground state waiting to decay?

If you could, I find it fascinating.
This is all I have left in my Think Tank Bottom Floor:

Remember to convert to seconds
E = Energy
F = Field
M = Mass
C = Light

E * F (M*Primary element of beta decay *speed of light) = c


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When did you draw this picture & what does it represent? What inspired it? Is it from another source? If so, would you provide the source? Thanks.
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Old 08-04-2010, 04:21 AM   #104
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When did you draw this picture & what does it represent? What inspired it? Is it from another source? If so, would you provide the source? Thanks.
I can see He (Helium) and I see (He-) an anion. I think it's the separation of nuclei? to form Hydrogen again? Free electrons and speeding protons.?
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When did you draw this picture & what does it represent? What inspired it? Is it from another source? If so, would you provide the source? Thanks.
I spoke to God but here is the final version of the Photon:

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Kindly excuse my interruption.

In my mind, the field of physics is an attempt to understand God and His creation albeit unwittingly.

I politely ask you gentlmen to not be deterred from the focus of this most interesting thread due to my comment, it's just my view. I shall now cease and desist.

Thank you.
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So you are too scared to submit your "theory" to any scientific journal because you know they will rip you to shreds. Einstein had to fight for his ideas to be accepted, he didn't just self-publish articles to his own satisfaction and then marvel at his own magnificence. You've been "thinking deeply" about it for 13 years and this is all you have to show for it?
Pfft. Who cares how amateurish the University of YouTube happens to be, it's still as credible as any other school of thought on the subject, believe it or not. Besides, we've gone as far as we can go with Einstein. We're in need of a new calculus to account for the presence of consciousness and the uncertainty principle as it is, and what is sometimes called the measurement question. Frankly, that's never going to happen if we have to rely entirely upon shred rippers dedicated to pre-existing dogma...
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Old 09-04-2010, 02:09 PM   #108
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Not trying to be a 'whatever', but aren't the little salt and peppers dead eye cells floating about.

And friend above this post, no, you're not the only one. I noticed them whilst still in the crib - that's why I named them 'salt and peppers'.
i always thought this, but after some careful observation there are definately floaters that move on the eyes surface yet also circular blobs that when i look up and defocus i can see. these do not move on the eyes surface and almost look as if you are seeing something that is actually a part of the interior of the eye, yet appears to be about 2 foot infront of my eyes
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Venus’s Mass and photons emitted and photons emitted from the sun:
Remember to convert to seconds

E = Energy
F = Field
M = Mass
C = Light

E * F (M*Primary element of beta decay Carbon dioxide 38 years*speed of light) = c
8.314*.000000001kg-s Joules (28 *1199163000.*299 792 458 m / s)= photons
8.314*.000000001kg-s Joules (14540237361.675339084288 *1198368000*299 792 458 m / s)= photons
Venus emits 83688729426.999349968 photons in 38 years

Venus emits 26433584784.270167393556538218572 photons in 12 years as compared to the sun which emits 2.3463340947700408212583287991591e+203 photons per 12 years.

Venus’s Mass
8.314*.000000001kg-s Joules (83688729426.999349968 *1199163000.*299 792 458 m / s) = photons

Venus has a Mass of 2.5013583689662524812945236489623e+20 Kg
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Other estimates for the mass of Venus are 4.868 x 10^24 kg, or4,868,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg

This looks considerably different to yours. How do you account for this?

In what way does Venus emit photons?

Where does "Primary element of beta decay Carbon dioxide 38 years" come from?



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We're in need of a new calculus to account for the presence of consciousness and the uncertainty principle as it is, and what is sometimes called the measurement question. Frankly, that's never going to happen if we have to rely entirely upon shred rippers dedicated to pre-existing dogma...
The ONLY way you're going to get a new calculus is via the 'shred rippers'. You don't just turn up at a party and say "right chaps, this is the new calculus, we won't be needing the old one anymore" - it doesn't work like that. Only by taking theories to pieces can it be determined whether they work or not.

Apart from that, physics is not trying to account for the presence of consciousness, it's trying to understand the nature of the way the basic elements and structures of the universe interact.
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Other estimates for the mass of Venus are 4.868 x 10^24 kg, or4,868,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg

This looks considerably different to yours. How do you account for this?

In what way does Venus emit photons?

Where does "Primary element of beta decay Carbon dioxide 38 years" come from?





The ONLY way you're going to get a new calculus is via the 'shred rippers'. You don't just turn up at a party and say "right chaps, this is the new calculus, we won't be needing the old one anymore" - it doesn't work like that. Only by taking theories to pieces can it be determined whether they work or not.

Apart from that, physics is not trying to account for the presence of consciousness, it's trying to understand the nature of the way the basic elements and structures of the universe interact.

Photon radiates light and has Mass

0.0000000000000000000041689943400625 Joules * 0.0000000000000000000041689943400625 Joules (2e-3000 Kg *.027e-666 s*299 792 458) = light emitted from a photon
A photon emits 2.81369535600628951573331580255e-34 photons in .027 seconds

E * F (M*Primary element of beta decay photon half life .027 s*speed of light) = c
.0000000000000000000041689943400625 Joules * 0.0000000000000000000041689943400625 Joules (2.81369535600628951573331580255e-34 * .027e-666 s *299 792 458) = Mass of photon 3.9584407781463366892635585423471e-734 grams


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I could have done this another way.

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So what is the ratio (Proton:Photon) 3:3, 6:6, 9:9 or 1:1. One photon one electron. So the photon emission of the sun is (1.78 x10e57) x3 = 5.34 x10e57 photons at anyone time.
The hard part is calculating what leaves, when. I will have a go at this, soon.
(1.99 x10e33)/(1.4)(6.0221415 × 10e23) = 8.560 x10e56

It is now right, I can almost get the mass of hyrdrogen. Which is according to wiki. 1.672621637(83)×10e−27 kg

(1.99 x10e30) / (8.560 x10e56) / (1.4) = 1.671 x10e-27 kg


I'll blame the calc this time, giving me fractions.
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(1.99 x10e33)/(1.4)(6.0221415 × 10e23) = 8.560 x10e56
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Other estimates for the mass of Venus are 4.868 x 10^24 kg, or4,868,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg

This looks considerably different to yours. How do you account for this?

In what way does Venus emit photons?

Where does "Primary element of beta decay Carbon dioxide 38 years" come from?





The ONLY way you're going to get a new calculus is via the 'shred rippers'. You don't just turn up at a party and say "right chaps, this is the new calculus, we won't be needing the old one anymore" - it doesn't work like that. Only by taking theories to pieces can it be determined whether they work or not.

Apart from that, physics is not trying to account for the presence of consciousness, it's trying to understand the nature of the way the basic elements and structures of the universe interact.
1/3 = Infinity

1/3 = ~

On the 3rd day after Christ was Crucified, Christ left the tomb and there was light; which was a Sunday meaning light and one God, this was the resurrection on the 1st day of the week. You then divide the first day by the third day that God created light which is a metaphor for infinity, because it’s light. Thus God is infinite along with the Son and the Holy Spirit. Therefore the infinite number 3 is a holy number and a universal one which permeates throughout life.





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14 And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:

15 And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so.
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