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  1. Thanks, I was not aware of "Poe's law"; again thanks for introducing me to this concept
  2. On 9/20/2020 at 10:40 AM, farsideofourmoon said: I can prove time travel is real and occurs all the time but that is for another discussion all together Moderator Note We require more rigor than you’ve been providing, so please, do not open a new thread if it’s going to be like this one: assertion with no science to back it up.Don’t open a new thread in this topic, either” Swansont, you take things far too seriously. At one point in the past I was posting to another poster who was actually in Europe somewhere and at the time/date of our exchange was as follows The European poster made the post @ 3:45 on a Saturday I received the post and responded back within minutes while my time was 5:15 Friday That poster was posting to me on a day that had not yet arrived where I live. Jokingly I refer to this as time travel. chill out
  3. I can prove time travel is real and occurs all the time but that is for another discussion all together (:-
  4. The distance between our solar system and the nearest one to ours is distance (X). How far apart in a water molecule is the hydrogen atom to the oxygen atom in a water molecule in (X) amounts? The point is, the further one is to the other the weaker the attractive force, Protons have no force beyond the shell of the atom.
  5. maybe this will help https://www.google.com/search?q=calculator+online&rlz=1C1CHBD_enUS747US747&oq=calculator&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0l5.6807j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 The power of gravity holds planets in an orbit and that same power holds galaxy's as well weak--- I think not
  6. StrangeSuperNerddapartypooper; you closed the following forum --- “a possible new source of energy, flammable farts” Before you stuck your but into this discussion a few posters were trying to honestly discuss the energy potential of converting sewage treatment plants into self-sustaining facilities. The plants would get their power from the sewage they treat. I believe this could qualify as the first perpetual motion machine in our history. You are truly a party-pooper what say you-?
  7. Someone in another forum made a comment about farts and how you could light one with a match & it would burn. This got me thinking so I looked into it and found some interesting things. Chemical Composition of Farts The exact chemical composition of human flatulence varies from one person to another, based on his or her biochemistry, the bacteria inhabiting the colon, and the foods that were eaten. If the gas results from ingesting air, the chemical composition will approximate that of air. If the fart arises from digestion or bacterial production, the chemistry may be more exotic. Farts consist primarily of nitrogen, the principal gas in air, along with a significant amount of carbon dioxide. A typical breakdown of the chemical composition of farts is: Nitrogen: 20-90% Hydrogen: 0-50% (flammable) Carbon dioxide: 10-30% Oxygen: 0-10% Methane: 0-10% (flammable) Human flatus may contain hydrogen gas and/or methane, which are flammable. If sufficient amounts of these gases are present, it's possible to light the fart on fire. EXXON Mobile is spending millions to improve the yeast output of alcohol. I wish them the best in their ind-ever but I think they would have better results using the hundreds of thousands of sewer treatment plants, converting this waste into useful energy. Anybody care to comment, pro or con--?
  8. I showed the evidence. Considering the heat of the sun how could earth be covered in ice and now it isn't
  9. I have a new theory about the origin of earth. I believe our planet came from someplace else and when it passed our sun it was caught up in the gravity pull of our sun and now circles our sun like the other planets. Our planet began totally covered in ice. The frozen state could not have occurred in its current orbit because of the heat of our suns radiation. The Snowball Earth hypothesis proposes that during one or more of earth's icehouse climates, Earth's surface became entirely or nearly entirely frozen, sometime earlier than 650 Mya (million years ago) during the Cryogenian period. https://preview.tinyurl.com/ybzpbae7 Snowball Earth: The times our planet was covered in ice Ancient rocks suggest that ice entirely covered our planet on at least two occasions. This theory may help explain the rise of complex life that followed. https://astronomy.com/news/2019/04/the-story-of-snowball-earth Once our planet began circling our sun the ice covering our earth began to slowly melt, creating the oceans we see today and even today this ice continues to melt. Anyone agree/disagree-?
  10. Below are your links http://www.einsteins-theory-of-relativity-4engineers.com/LightCone7/LightCone.html The above link wants you to buy something and has nothing to do with the speed of light http://cosmology101.wikidot.com/main Again, the above link has nothing to do with the speed of light next (:-
  11. I believe you are misunderstanding the term, “speed of light”. If you begin your speed at “0” zero and then jump to 670,616,629 mph your body would be flatten to a thickness of 0.0000001+/- inches. On the other hand; our solar system is traveling through space at some speed not as of yet calculated because to quantify this speed you have to have a stationary object to compare against the object you are trying to calculate the speed of. At the same time our solar system is also traveling at some unknown speed because of the same reasons stated above. I don’t believe there is a limitation to the speed an object can travel because speed relative to the observer
  12. You can pick it up only so far.,.,.,.,.,.,.,\ and no further (:-
  13. We want to use the term “wave” because this best describes this energy in visual terms. In the real world this energy is not a wave that you see crashing into the front of your ship, and then passes along your side fading off behind you. The only reason we even know these particles exist is the ability to see how they react to the local environment. (:-
  14. I know when I don't belong so I will be on my way wish you and yours a great day and beyond
  15. It’s based-on inevitability (:- During our lifetime we will not find an answer that we all would agree on so the debate will continue long after you and I are gone. Now back to the here and now that can be understood, and changes that can be made made so i am off the the realm of reality once again
  16. I disagree, we only know what we know now. At one point in our history people believed the earth was flat. We have moved beyond that. Today we believe the speed of light is the ultimate speed, tomorrow we may think otherwise. I honestly believe mankind will overcome the speed of light and at some point, in the far future we will travel the stars if and only if we do not destroy ourselves first.
  17. What was the average sea level in Athens, Greece 2,720 years ago? What was the average sea level in ancient Rome 2,420 years ago? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_theatre Ancient towns have been found that were built thousands of years ago when the towns were above sea level. My bet is the average sea level was at its lowers 2,720 years ago when most of the planet was covered in ice. The sea will continue to rise until the ice caps melt. Will NY be under water then? When the caps/glaciers melt, what will the average world sea level be considering the volume of the known ice caps today What will the sea level be when the ice caps melt? At the submerged date using the current rate of melt. When will New York, Miami, and other coastal lined cities be underwater? Anyone care to calculate the year when NY will be completely submerged? -?
  18. At some point in the future we will be visited by others in the cosmos if not already, we can then ask them how they got here. Until then one guess is as good as another (:-
  19. I agree that this is a far-off idea and yet it has generated some thoughts expressed here. Mankind will travel the stars unless we destroy ourselves first. You asked how we are going to slow down to near zero and I say we do not have to. Everything in outer space is in motion. All we must do is match that speed of the nearby object and once done we are at zero relative to the other object. I agree that using the pull of gravity of a far off galaxy is nothing less than farfetched but we do need to start thinking out of the box if we are ever going to get to where we want to go. Inventions do not come by chance. Someone got an idea that was far-fetched and turned it into a reality. Science fiction is a genre of speculative fiction that typically deals with imaginative and futuristic concepts such as advanced science and technology, space exploration, time travel, parallel universes, and extraterrestrial life. Wikipedia Fiction generally is a narrative form, in any medium, consisting of people, events, or places that are imaginary—in other words, not based strictly on history or fact. In its most narrow usage, fiction refers to written narratives in prose and often specifically novels, though also novellas and short stories. Wikipedia At 70 with little to nothing to do I come up with wild ideas and express them on talk boards like this one. My doctor told me that this is a healthy thing to do so I do it. There is no conclusion or end product to this discussion, it is just a way to express one’s thoughts. It’s been fun for as long as it lasted.
  20. Some day in the far, far future mankind will travel the stars; this is inevitable, it is in our genes. Believing this I have been contemplating how we get to where we want to go. I do not believe we can carry enough fuel to propel us, nor do I believe we could find the fuel we need along the way. Having said that the only choice we have is to use another source of energy that we have not considered before. That source of energy gravity. Gravity has an almost limitless power; it holds planets in orbit around our sun and solar systems together. I believe we need to find a way to use the pulling force of gravity to pull us in the direction we want to go. We lock on to the gravity waves of a far-off galaxy and let it pull us in that direction. The speed at which we travel will along this wave will increase exponentially exceeding the speed of light and beyond. Just a thought What's your thoughts on this-?
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