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5 minutes ago, Strange said:

You can stop there. 

What is wrong again?

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18 minutes ago, DimaMazin said:

What is wrong again?

As you say, all your ideas.

You keep creating threads where you post unexplained equations, which are mathematically inconsistent and nonsensical. When asked to show how you derived the equation, you just post a different, equally meaningless, equation with no explanation. You refuse to explain what you are trying to say or do with these equations, why or how you have made them up, or otherwise engage in discussion.

Next time:

1. start with some well established theory

2. show how you derive an equation from that

3. explain why you are posting the equation and what it means.

(You have never done any of the above.)

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On 10/8/2019 at 9:32 PM, Strange said:

As you say, all your ideas.

You keep creating threads where you post unexplained equations, which are mathematically inconsistent and nonsensical. When asked to show how you derived the equation, you just post a different, equally meaningless, equation with no explanation. You refuse to explain what you are trying to say or do with these equations, why or how you have made them up, or otherwise engage in discussion.

Next time:

1. start with some well established theory

2. show how you derive an equation from that

3. explain why you are posting the equation and what it means.

(You have never done any of the above.)

We can not use that method when we  don't know unknown phenomenon with time. Therefore firstly we should define what is unknown then maybe it is a time. I think we don't know quantity of exchange of energy through space .

Then                  t = q / Er

t is time

q is quantity of exchange of energy through space

Er is relativistic energy

 

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3 hours ago, DimaMazin said:

q is quantity of exchange of energy through space

What does that mean? What is “exchange of energy”? What is the quantity measured in? What is exchanging the energy? What causes the exchange? What units does it have?

3 hours ago, DimaMazin said:

Er is relativistic energy

Relativistic energy of what? And if it is relativistic energy, what is the relative speed?

How do either of these relate to time?

You are just inventing more meaningless equations. I will suggest this thread is closed. 

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11 hours ago, DimaMazin said:

We can not use that method when we  don't know unknown phenomenon with time. Therefore firstly we should define what is unknown then maybe it is a time. I think we don't know quantity of exchange of energy through space .

Then                  t = q / Er

t is time

q is quantity of exchange of energy through space

Er is relativistic energy

 

What are the units of q? It sounds like it's energy, in which case you have a unitless quantity on the right side of your equation, so it can't be equal to time.

Why should time depend an exchange of energy?

Making stuff up isn't science.

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