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Handy andy

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  1. You were my main prime suspect, along with your side kick, who gives you points every time you make a derogatory remark ref anyone on the forum. You also gave me most of my other brownie points, between you and your side kick. The more points the better, ROFL, bring them on, it might give you some amusement until you get bored. Have you been down marking a lot of people anonymously, is it your normal behaviour. HaHaHaHa Don't mess with the dumreepr you will be marked down anonymously Chuckle chuckle. You have been outed Ditto to you too
  2. Ok Swan Im done, ban me and have done with it, I have proved my point, and had my fun. I have also learned a thing or two, for my next novel Thanks. Thanks beecee for the reply, it is appreciated. I dont however accept the universal big bang as the beginning of time, the beginning of time to me is nonsense. I am a little more interested in where the matter pre BB came from, or time Before Big Bang or BBB.
  3. No one can read your maths, can you type them out. What form of aether are you trying to detect with your modified michelson morley experiment. Ie are you assuming the earth is moving through the aether, or the aether is moving with the earth or contracting towards the earth etc. How will your test be sensitive enough to detect a movement in the aether if it exists. How would the orientation of your michelson morley device affect what kind of aether movement you would detect.
  4. I aint no doctor but it looks like you have a sweat rash or fungal/bacterial infection of some sorts.
  5. I think you twisteth my speculation. I think that what went behind the event horizon becomes very hot. This will result most likely in a hot plasma, which like what plasma does in lightning converts some of the protons to positrons and other matter, which will inevitably interact with electrons, and cause the release of gamma rays at specific frequencies, compressing plasma can be a dangerous thing I understand. I also take the view that some fusion reaction is turning lighter elements into heavier elements inside the BH, which may decay, again causing the release of gamma rays. I assume
  6. Ha Ha my religious rating has improved once again. Let me guess which pair of entangled twisted members did that. ROFL didn't even leave a name, morons! ROFL I see various members on line, but no obvious suspects. The more red stars I have the better keep them coming anonymous morons!
  7. This thread is still open, wow! Having being threatened by a moderator I am not long for this world/forum. But never having backed away from any one who threatens me, I say bring it on. The concept of life after death for me may be along the lines of Buddhism to reincarnate or not! I will go for a dot on the TV screen, which may eventually go out, or maybe it will be a train coming the other way, and being fairly well chilled out and scared of nothing, I will go for being one with the universe with no mental faculties like the moderator who threatened me with expulsion.
  8. Small question. When a electron annihilates a non entangled positron gamma rays are given off, with no loss of energy. When an electron positron entangled pair pop into and out of existence in the quantum world no radiation is given off. Is it that when a particle pair are generated with a certain amount of +ve energy the entanglement or wormhole has -ve energy that absorbs any radiation that would be given off by an unentangled pair.? Could entangled particles be connected by a negative energy or hole in space caused by them coming into existence.
  9. Is the max acceleration not relative to the space you travel in, galaxies are accelerating away from each other. Warp drive uses a mechanism to shrink space in front of a space ship and expand it behind the ship. Warp factor 8 is 8 times the speed of light if I recall star trek correctly. Beam me up eighth force
  10. Gamma rays are normally caused by some event causing matter to decay. Protons decay into positrons and other bits n bobs, when subjected to heat and pressure as in lightning plasmas. Unstable radio active elements could be being created inside a black hole, that could also decay giving off gamma rays possibly due to electron positron annihilation. This would result in gamma rays of a specific frequency, other processes would result in higher or lower energy gamma rays. What frequency of gamma rays is normally detected, are they across the spectrum or focused? I would expect once enough ma
  11. http://www.navigation-spreadsheets.com/noon_shots.html You need to know the heights of each viewing point, ie 10m above sea level or 100m above sea level. The attached is a spread sheet calculator, I haven't tried it hope it helps.
  12. What causes the Gamma Ray Bursts from a black hole. Is it antimatter combining with matter and converting into gamma rays, or is some form of nuclear reaction initiated inside of or around the edge of a black hole. ?
  13. Yep lots to read and believe in, maybe I will start an OU course when I stop travelling.
  14. Thanks now I need to drag out of storage all my old semiconductor notes.
  15. Thanks for the replies. You can have a laugh now:) The reason for my question is based on what I think space is perceived to be full off. Space as I understand it is absolutely full of particles (virtual and real) waves of one form or another. Every point in space has some form of matter or gravitational potential gradient associated with it. I was wondering if a quantum black hole was a lack of something filling a point in space allowing other matter to flow in to fill the empty space. I also was wondering about the shape of space to allow quantum entanglement to take place. I have
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