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Author Topic: Theory of Lunativity  (Read 2546 times)

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Theory of Lunativity
« Reply #15 on: June 20, 2022, 06:10:55 PM »
Perception inside the field is just as it is everywhere.
1 second is 1 second


However, the number of seconds that go by during a period of measurement
differs from the number of seconds that go by outside the field.


It is for this reason, i believe that time progresses differently in different regions of space.
Based on the cosmic conditions in that region.
Further, if that we were able to somehow tap in and measure things in this other region of space
we would find that not only time, but speed of light and other universal factors propegate at a different rate compared to our own. But also if measured by their perspective, it would all be the same.
Like measuring 1 second.




People in this other region of space may have the equivalent of 1000 yrs go by
But during the same measure we have only endured a single year.


The rate of ‘time’ itself may change as our galaxy drifts through space interacting with other galaxies
or even periodically as the Milky Way plays its’ dance with Andromeda

Offline onepower

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Re: Theory of Lunativity
« Reply #16 on: June 21, 2022, 02:26:00 AM »
Smoky2
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Perception inside the field is just as it is everywhere.
1 second is 1 second

However, the number of seconds that go by during a period of measurement
differs from the number of seconds that go by outside the field.

The argument breaks down almost immediately when considering that "the number of seconds that go by" and "during a period of measurement" both represent time. So it looks like...

"However, the time that goes by during a period of time differs from the time that goes by outside the field".

Like Einsteins flawed argument it's just a clever way of saying variable time in which case time has no meaning. If time has no meaning it also implies most of physics has no real meaning because velocity, work and energy become variable as well. If time is not constant then nothing is constant and anything can happen which of course digresses to creationism ie. anything is possible.

This is why Nikola Tesla and many other great minds all but said Einstein was a either an imbecile or a quack. Any rational person should have noticed that variable time leads to variable velocity which leads to variable energy or creating something from nothing. I mean why stop with time?, we could also stretch a meter or lighten a kilogram. If were going to jump head first down the rabbit hole why limit our opinions?.

It's cool, I'm just disappointed that so many supposedly intelligent people fell for such an obvious scam. However in his later years Einstein did claim his theory was nonsense and unworkable without a Aether. Apparently nobody was listening...

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AC




Offline kolbacict

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Re: Theory of Lunativity
« Reply #17 on: June 21, 2022, 12:20:05 PM »
We all know what the speed of light is.
What is the speed of darkness?

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Theory of Lunativity
« Reply #18 on: June 25, 2022, 02:55:21 PM »

For great distances from source:

V = c - [(angle of obstruction from parallel light vector) * (surface area / distance) / (c * distance from source to shadow) /(distance from source to destination)]
You end up with a velocity of shadow propagation with a vector
the magnitude is then divided by the index of refraction of each medium the light passes through,
and if there is more than 1, this is averaged over its’ fraction of the distance then added together.


For close distances:


V = [ c / index of refraction of the medium ]


The equations get increasingly complex when there is relative motion between light source, obstruction, and/or destination.

Offline onepower

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Re: Theory of Lunativity
« Reply #19 on: June 25, 2022, 11:57:54 PM »
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We all know what the speed of light is.
What is the speed of darkness?

Zero, you cannot measure the speed of nothing.

Darkness is not something it is an absence of something, a lack of light. Many people fall into these simple logic traps or false cause fallacies by making false assumptions about the nature of a problem. A common fallacy is confusing something with a measure of something ie. heat or time as a substance when it's only a measurement.

Your question is equivalent to asking, what is the speed of a lack of photons?. Nothing, there is no speed.

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