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Offline chrononaut502

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Theoretical Space Science
« on: April 04, 2005, 06:36:26 PM »
This site has some ideas on alternative science such as free energy, time travel, space travel, computer science. Magnet motor pendululm tests. At: http://www.spots.ca/~belfroy/TSpaceScience.html? .

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Theoretical Space Science
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Offline Kysmett

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Re: Theoretical Space Science
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2005, 10:11:21 PM »
Looking at the article on this site labled time radio, reminded me of a hairbrained theory I had kicked around a while back.  The article talks about 5 dimensions: xyzt and U where U was relative Universe...
I was thinking more along the lines of xyz,t1,t2, where t2 is a second dimension of time.  This is the dimension of gravity gradient. 

For example, the second order of spacial dimension is area, or lenght^2, and the 3rd, volume or length^3.
Now consider gravity, as expressed as a unit of accelleration.  d/t^2...in an area of gravity gradiation, such as a black hole, or anything that has gravity, then the difference in gravity between two points as one draws nearer the source can be expressed in d/t^2/d ore reduced: t^2.  I had the idea that the universe was in a toroidal shape, much like that of a falling droplet of water, not quite meeting to create the whole in the middle.  The matter of the universe was like debris on the surface tension of this drop, and as it fell through some medium, drag is created, draging the particles away from the center (possibly to explain Einstein's universal accelleration) at a greater rate towards the edges (ie farther from center as the tangent to the surface approaches paralell to resistance)  This would also create those gravity wells that reach away from the universe center.

I have always wanted to see whether there was an abnormal pattern to gravity wells, IE geater t^2 on the side that faces the center of the Universe.  I have looked at various gravity mapping programs, but there seems to be more involved in the overall strength of the field then looking for possible assymetries.

Anyway, its kind of hairbrained, but I was happy that the site reminded me of it.

Thanks for posting it.  Looks great

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Re: Theoretical Space Science
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2005, 02:52:07 PM »
The Nazca lines and something I read about shamans flying with spiral launches reminded me of this -

I reckon it'd be far easier to launch something like a satellite into space, if a few things were taken into consideration - the most obvious one is the same way that gliders ( no engines in gliders ) travel - there are heat-pockets (like air vents) that give a lot of lift,

as to escape velocity to get out of the Earth's atmosphere - again I reckon this could be made easier just paying attention to the direction the Earth rotates in and the direction it travels around the Sun.

The idea is a bit like the Trout observation / idea / machine of Schaubergers ( CAT in Wales has a kit for the Trout that swims against water currents ), that there are natural pathways in the water that travel opposite the current, if you find these then they zip you along quickly. Makes sense they would exist for the sky as well.

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Re: Theoretical Space Science
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2005, 02:52:07 PM »
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