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Title: doing the math
Post by: raburgeson on April 03, 2005, 04:16:28 PM
  I picked up a math program from binarythings I'm
road testing , and I am going over all the results by
hand. I have clear indication that the force in an atom
is not equal. That is to say in a hydrogen atom , no
nuetron, the nucleus has more energy than the
electron. The electron is always stripped from the
atom for electrical power flow.The electron is moved
first because it has less force. Let me make a
simple visual that you can relate too easily. The
Earth has approximately 6 times the mass that the
moon has.If you were to erect a wall so the earth
and the moon hit the wall at the time the moon
is in the most optimum arc of it's orbit to deliver
power, it could only deliver a fraction of the force
the Earth would.
Title: Re: doing the math
Post by: TechStuf on April 08, 2005, 07:16:09 PM
Speaking of the moon,? many don't know that it has the largest impact crater in the solar system, known as 'Aitken Basin' on the moon's perpetual farside.? Measured at over 1,300 miles across!? (Crater is at upper right, bottom left is shadow) You would think that every kid in school would know this interesting fact!? Wonder what's contained therein!

(http://images.usatoday.com/tech/_photos/wonderquest/2004/09-17-farside-moon.jpg)

Title: Re: doing the math
Post by: Kysmett on April 08, 2005, 07:45:08 PM
mars pieces from the last time the planets moved?  Saw a killer site on that.  www.thunderbolts.info.  Really wierd stuff
Title: Re: doing the math
Post by: TechStuf on April 08, 2005, 08:47:43 PM
Mars pieces......Yeah, that and 'other' things, perhaps....

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