math & physics
424319a at August 11th, 2004 09:16 — #1
new theory of time-space: revolution in physics 1
1,Time is space distance or curvature. Change in times-pace is that in distance or curvature. There are two kinds time-space. One is plan or linear time-space. Another is spherical time-space.
2, There are three kinds of clock:
It works based on the principle of the earth rotating once 24 hours around the sun. Its second unit is 0.004167 degrees. It describes the change in the position of thing on the earth referring to the sun
Every thing has its own thing clock with different second-distance. This Clock tells thing self what is happening for it.
Every observer has one's own Doppler clock with different second-distance or second-curvature. Observer tells self how the space state of thing is changing.
3, Doppler phenomenon: It is a result of compress or prolongation of time-space relative to observer. According to the principle of the relative motion of time-space curvature, red-shifted does not really mean that the universe is expanding.
4, Four-dimensional Coordinates: It consists of three dimension and sphere time-space. In this coordinates, there is not real straight line or circle.
5, The motion of linear time-space is passive, but the motion of sphere time-space is active.
6, A duality of curved time-space and its two focuses: contraction energy or action (converging on its centre, real focus) and expansion energy or action (dispersing from its centre, virtual focus).
XiaoZhong Zhai, Thing and Its Law (Vitualbookworm.com Publishing Inc, college station, 2003). chapter. 2. [The Active and Passive Motion of Time-Space] and chapter. 5. [The Duality of Time-Space and Energy].
mihail121 at August 11th, 2004 09:57 — #2
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ed_mack at August 11th, 2004 10:09 — #3
A post to raise up from the dead?
anubis at August 11th, 2004 11:39 — #4
so we are back to that again ?
davepermen at August 11th, 2004 12:59 — #5
while "on topic", webmessenger doesn't allow you to reply, anubis. is that so far correct? well, it's beta for now.. but anyways.. annoying!
ed_mack at August 11th, 2004 13:44 — #6
So as a more pointful topic, is I Robot good? I've not seen it yet (just out over here)
davepermen at August 11th, 2004 14:45 — #7
i'll see it saturday. i guess.
mihail121 at August 12th, 2004 02:00 — #8
Saw it a week ago (..again... don't ask how...) and i'm not impressed at all. I mean - effects are somewhat good, Will Smith is there but the story... one gets the feeling he has already saw that millions of times...
But it desn't hurt to watch it )
zenogais at August 12th, 2004 03:24 — #9
anubis at August 12th, 2004 03:56 — #10
i disabled the the accounts posting capabilities as the author apparently does nothing but spamming the board
ed_mack at August 12th, 2004 05:53 — #11
You cruel, horrible admin.. *lets a tiny evil laugh out*
davepermen at August 12th, 2004 11:27 — #12
ed_mack at August 12th, 2004 13:58 — #13
Ok, I watched I. Robot, and it's just like all the other Will Smith movies, lots of action and effects, no good deep story.. Don't bother going to the cinema to see it.
donberto at August 12th, 2004 14:37 — #14
the film isn't that bad... is it? I saw it last weekend and I thought it was decent. not the greatest film out there but...
anubis at August 15th, 2004 09:33 — #15
i nearly wasted a laugh when i saw will smith in an interview about the movie. he claimed that the movie was serving many genres like comedy and drama.
bladder at August 15th, 2004 17:58 — #16
i disabled the the accounts posting capabilities as the author apparently does nothing but spamming the board [snapback]9224[/snapback]
Why disable?? Just delete him. It'll free up some space on the db
anubis at August 16th, 2004 03:02 — #17
davepermen at August 16th, 2004 03:57 — #18
i nearly wasted a laugh when i saw will smith in an interview about the movie. he claimed that the movie was serving many genres like comedy and drama. [snapback]9266[/snapback]
actually, he's quite right about it.. i liked it, it was a good movie. was entertaining, gave some reminding thoughts afterwards, made me laught, feel emotional, etc.. it took a while to get rolling, sorta.. the start was quite .. slow.. but else, a good movie.
i liked the red back-light in the audi-logo at the back of his car. i'm thinking of getting some similar light back there, looks cool..
now i should just get my own audi TT ....
anubis at August 16th, 2004 05:10 — #19
come on... go watch some real movies... this is plain crap. i'm not questioning it's entertainment factor but it hardly qualifies as a good movie as it's probably as intellectual devoid as any other will smith movie or action/sci-fi piece for that matter
davepermen at August 16th, 2004 05:19 — #20
hm. i don't think so. but if you think so, it's your problem (if you payed for it, that is:D:D).
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