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Temporal Mechanix

DrysonBennington

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Report this Jun. 18 2006, 8:24 pm

How time is a measure of lenghts and how time can be used to measure the universe as being infnite.

Lets first look at how many divisions time can be broken down into too. There are 24 hours in a day, 60 minutes in an hour, 60 seconds in each minute. Each second can be broken down into smaller units of movement measured as a length.
The units of movements can then be broken down into even smaller units of movements that when they become so small
they are measured in atom lengths and sub-atom lengths, but when these lengths are placed end to end including the atom sized units of movement defined as a length they measure into infinite.

This process can be best demonstrated by looking at a right triangle turned upside down with the point on the surface of an imaginary plane. The largest unit of movement as defined by a length would the hypotneuese, the other two sides are called legs. The leg that we are concerned with is leg c
or the leg that is opposite the right angle. As the movement of time defined by a length is broken down into hours minutes, seconds and smaller units that have an infinte number starting with a tenth of an millimeter these lengths form a point on leg c.These movements then become so minute that the only way to see them would be to use an extremely powermicroscope. This relates to measuring space as being infinite by knowing that time when used as a movement that has been defined as a length and laid end to end equals infinite.

I also came across this conclusion about time. The larger the movement the greater amount of energy is needed to make that movment. As the movement of time as defined as a length is broken down into atom sized and sub-atom sized lengths the energy needed to make that movement of legnth becomes less until at a point the energy and the movement are so small and moving at such an immense rate of speed it would seem to be standing still. This can be seen by spinning a plate that has a picture on it. This picture would seem blurred at first but when the plate spins as fast as the speed of light, the picture remains stable even though the picture is spinning at light speed. This could be the threshold at which gravity is formed, between the point when the molecules are spinning so fast that they create their own field of energy that binds them together, and the point that if the molecules go any faster, without any further bonding, would fly apart at an immense rate of speed, most likely at light speed or greater. Now if a reaction where imposed upon this process like a laser that has had atoms bonded to the photons that when collided with the atoms that where released at light speed would cause a fast as light or greater release of energy.

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AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Jun. 19 2006, 5:12 am

i have no idea what you are trying to say... diagrams would be helpful in illustrating you point.

also, what is your age and educatoinal background.

DrysonBennington

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Report this Jun. 19 2006, 10:16 pm

maybe this will clarify what i am talking about:

Take a large piece of paper draw a line on it ten inches long
now the total length represented here is one millimeter. This is called scale. This scale represents a 10 to 1 ration for every 10 inches this equals 1 millimeter Now divide that 10 inches into equal parts, there will be 10 divisions on this linear representation which equal a length of an x distance, I don't know if anyone has every tried to measure on this scale but it is relevant to the theory that time when used as a unit of measure is infinite. After all the units between the 0 length and 1 millimeter has been found out, take the smallest unit of measure and scale that measure up to 10 inches, just as was done before. You get the same result an infinite amount of measure based on time, this meaning time when used as a measure of length, the amount of movement and energy used to get from one point to another is an infinite process, thus when these units of movements, of time when used as a unit of length, although very very very small are laid end to end there is no end thus when used in an universal sense shows that the universe is infinite and does not have an edge nor is the universe growing or contracting, Space is infinite has always been infinte and will always be infinite.

This should be called the bennington effect of temporal mechanix as it applies to using time to measure the universe


What I was meaning by the plate and picture may be alittle
hard to understand, but this will clarify gravity,

this is what you will need:
(this will require adult)
2 -4 paint rollers (not a paint brush) if you don't know what a roller is ask the hardware guy for help

an old wall or something that is at least 15 feet tall and at least 15 wide.

a can of paint that is not brown, or black, the process won't be seen very well unless brighter colors are used.

a couple of black t shirts that can be used to clean up with and that will also be worn to show the paint splatter.

Now roll the paint roller into the paint tray and slowly roll the paint on the wall, you will notice when you role at a constante rate the paint goes on very smoothly without any splatter, but when you roll very fast the paint starts to fly off the roller, this is caused ?by the paint molecules losing it's bond with the other paint molecules as ?the energy exereted from the painter into the paint roller and then into the paint itself cannot sustain it's gravitational bond with the other paint molecules.

So gravity can be said to have at least four process's involved.

1: a body exerting the force against another
2: a body used to transfer the force
3: a body that receives the force
4: a body that has the force of number one exereted against
? ?it.

So in planetary physics it would go something like this. The core of the earth is exerting it's force that is flowing in a motion, the molecules of the elements in the core are superheated and bond with other elements of the lower layers of the core, these molecules are then bound with more molecules ,slowly the layers are cooled the further away from the core they get, forming solid, liquid and gaseous states but they are still connected at the molecular level to the core that is spinning at a certain rate of speed.

If the earth were to spin to a point that the molecules would lose the ability to maintain their cohesivenss the planet would then fly apart, if the planet were moving to slow then we for one wouldn't be here and the planet would be like the moon most likely void of life

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M16A4

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 12:11 am

dont copyright what you say here, especially when you are not necesarily right. dont copyright opinoins, copyright fact.

copyright c M16A4 2006:logical:

DrysonBennington

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 12:39 am

for one it is an idea and in order for that idea to be protected from frauds that come along and steal others works and claim that work as their own, is the reason that it is copywritten, and two it is not opinion it is fact, test it out and you will find that I am right. Space is infinite and can be measured with what I have said above. Do the expierement yourself to find out.

AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 1:57 am

Quote (DrysonBennington @ June 20 2006, 1:16 am)
Now roll the paint roller into the paint tray and slowly roll the paint on the wall, you will notice when you role at a constante rate the paint goes on very smoothly without any splatter, but when you roll very fast the paint starts to fly off the roller, this is caused ?by the paint molecules losing it's bond with the other paint molecules as ?the energy exereted from the painter into the paint roller and then into the paint itself cannot sustain it's gravitational bond with the other paint molecules.

gravity is not what causes the paint to stick to itself. it is the cohesion (electromagnetic force) of the paint molecules that hold it together.

lanceromega

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 12:15 pm

Quote (AquamonkeyEG @ June 19 2006, 2:57 am)
Quote (DrysonBennington @ June 20 2006, 1:16 am)
Now roll the paint roller into the paint tray and slowly roll the paint on the wall, you will notice when you role at a constante rate the paint goes on very smoothly without any splatter, but when you roll very fast the paint starts to fly off the roller, this is caused ?by the paint molecules losing it's bond with the other paint molecules as ?the energy exereted from the painter into the paint roller and then into the paint itself cannot sustain it's gravitational bond with the other paint molecules.

gravity is not what causes the paint to stick to itself. it is the cohesion (electromagnetic force) of the paint molecules that hold it together.

don't contradict Dryson or he start flaming you. He hate it when someone show how stupid his ideas are.  :laugh:

DrysonBennington

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 1:24 pm

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gravity is not what causes the paint to stick to itself. it is the cohesion (electromagnetic force) of the paint molecules that hold it together.


when the paint roller is rolled at a speed that causes the paint molecules to retain their molecular cohesion it can be said that all of the forces necessary to maintain that molecular cohesion are present and that a gravitated state has been formed.

when the paint roller is rolled at a faster speed that causes the paint molecules to lose their molecular cohesion and splatter everywhere it can be said that at least one of the forces necessary to maintain that molecular cohesion has been lost thus resulting in a loss in gravity and thus resulting in the paint splattering everywhere.

One question lancer, you say that you are what 48 and have eighty years of knowledge on this matter. Post a link to where we can see your papers that you have published on this subject, I also want to see original documentation stating from the official government office that says that your work is indeed yours and not someone else's.

The only reason that my ideas seem stupid to you lancer is that you are old and not in time with the rest of the world, that usually happens when you get to be your age. It is also stupid for the reason that you didn't think about, meaning that your precious little ego has been hurt.

Poor, Poor little lancer, run along now and try not to break your hip.

lanceromega

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 2:39 pm

Quote (DrysonBennington @ June 19 2006, 2:24 pm)
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gravity is not what causes the paint to stick to itself. it is the cohesion (electromagnetic force) of the paint molecules that hold it together.


when the paint roller is rolled at a speed that causes the paint molecules to retain their molecular cohesion it can be said that all of the forces necessary to maintain that molecular cohesion are present and that a gravitated state has been formed.

when the paint roller is rolled at a faster speed that causes the paint molecules to lose their molecular cohesion and splatter everywhere it can be said that at least one of the forces necessary to maintain that molecular cohesion has been lost thus resulting in a loss in gravity and thus resulting in the paint splattering everywhere.

One question lancer, you say that you are what 48 and have eighty years of knowledge on this matter. Post a link to where we can see your papers that you have published on this subject, I also want to see original documentation stating from the official government office that says that your work is indeed yours and not someone else's.

The only reason that my ideas seem stupid to you lancer is that you are old and not in time with the rest of the world, that usually happens when you get to be your age. It is also stupid for the reason that you didn't think about, meaning that your precious little ego has been hurt.

Poor, Poor little lancer, run along now and try not to break your hip.

The eighty years of information is due to countless of experiments and paper written on relativity by scientists such as einstein to Gott...

Go to http://arxiv.org/

type in the word gravity into their search engine and watch as the hits come in. I recommend being more specific since the engine will only display the latest 300 papers. General relativity will get you all the papers paper under Einstein General relativity..

And your ideas seem stupid cause they donot make sense ( none of them you have post have, so I will not even bother tearing this one apart since other have already point out the mistake in your theories). You donot even know how paint stick to a surfaces.!!!

My hip is in perfect shape, maybe better than yours since I practice judo twice a week and my hip throw is one of my better move. Age means experience and wisdom something that you are sorely lacking.

AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 4:38 pm

i would still like to know DrysonBennington's age and educational background.

here i'll go first, i'm 20 and just finished my 3rd year at the Massachusettes Institute of Technology majoring in Aeronautical Engineering.

i don't pretend to know everything, that's why i add qualifiers to my statements like "possibly" or "maybe" when i get into an area where i'm lacking in complete knowledge.

DrysonBennington

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 6:34 pm

25 and currently unemployed, I have tooled around with things this ever since I was very young, and just because someone doesn't have a degree doesn't mean that they are not intelligent. A piece of paper from a university doesn't make someone intelligent.

Sparx2110

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 7:41 pm

OUCH! I got a headache reading this, perhaps explaining it in a simpler way would help

AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 11:16 pm

Quote (DrysonBennington @ June 20 2006, 9:34 pm)
25 and currently unemployed, I have tooled around with things this ever since I was very young, and just because someone doesn't have a degree doesn't mean that they are not intelligent. A piece of paper from a university doesn't make someone intelligent.

intelligence and knowledge are completely different.

you may be intelligent, but ur knowledge is sorely lacking.

M16A4

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Report this Jun. 20 2006, 11:52 pm

i am 16, im a junior in highschool, and i take AP classes (classes that are college level) i have a deep interest in math and science, and i am particularly interested in quantum physics. i have read quite a few books on the subject and i have come up with my own opinions on it. i intend to become an areospace engineer.

and Dyson intelligence is more relative to you IQ, knowlege is more relevant to how much you know, and can be measured by your degrees and thing as do you read books ect. most people would not have known i was 16 had i not said. probably because i conduct myself in a more mature manner (intellegnce) and i can carry on conversatoins with them here (knowlege)

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Report this Jun. 21 2006, 9:47 am

How can you spin a picture at light speed???!!!!!????

I think this Dryson guy is out of his mind

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