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### Gravimotion or RS-3 or RS-0.7 or ...

Posted: Tue Feb 16, 2016 3:27 pm
here's an interesting take on gravity and motion (everything is motion)

http://gravimotion.info/tour/tour-en/ignored.php

### gravitons

Posted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 6:43 pm
So no one here has a response to the finding of gravitational waves? I found no one in the press questioning it as anything but Nobel prize guaranteed! Will this post get deleted like my others? why?

Posted: Sat Mar 12, 2016 1:16 pm
Also, worth reading Miles' paper ripping it apart...
http://mileswmathis.com/liego.pdf
Yes, he demolishes it thoroughly.

Now, there is a second paper by another author, that also rips it apart from another angle:
http://milesmathis.com/ligocroth.pdf

P.S.

Are you in regular contact with Miles? Are you on good terms with him?

What is still standing in the way of him considering what really "spins" beneath the surface of a photon, electron, etc... ?

Posted: Sat Mar 12, 2016 9:46 pm
I like this one, since it presents the subject to the lay person

do you realize what those numbers mean

http://www.thehansindia.com/posts/index ... ves/208860

Note, the best precision mirror surfaces have smoothness of about 25 nanometres - a nanometre is a millionth of a millimetre. That is incredibly fine tolerance, but even this pales when compared with what LIGO claims to measure.

Put another way, the most precisely polished astrophysical mirrors like those used in LIGO, can have peaks 25 nm above and below the theoretical surface plane of the mirror, meaning that some parts of the mirror can be 50 nm further from or closer to the point of observation.

And 50 nm is a billion times bigger than the distortions induced by the expected gravitational waves. Because of this, it is practically impossible to measure the distance between the two mirrors in each interferometer to the required tolerances.

They have had to take an average, which is no more than a guessed approximation. The likelihood that LIGO did indeed detect a signal from GW150914 is remote, simply because it exceeds the limits of technological precision, more so than any other discovery in human history.

### Sonidos estraños

Posted: Sun Mar 13, 2016 1:52 pm
I've actually heard some of those sounds when living in the "middle of nowhere" in Wyoming. Explosion sounds seemingly coming from all around, yet no source (the nearest town, of 280 people, was 31 miles away). Also a roaring sound one time that was almost deafening, again with no apparent source. The weird thing was that these sounds came from all around at the same time. You could not tell which direction they were coming from.

In esotericism, also commented on light coming from everywhere without directionality. So you might think that both the sounds and the light, are the result of processes in 3D time, like the cosmic background radiation spread throughout the universe is the result of instant and specific processes of stellar explosions in Counterspace? .. .

I can supply some additional information that conventional science knows nothing about... for example, the sun has a material surface and a cosmic core, which means that LF radiation (light, heat, radio) is transmitted in Inter-atomically across space. The cosmic side, moving faster than light, is also emitting radiation in the X-ray and gamma ray bands, but it is being transmitted intra-atomically across time (3D time). That infers that the sun's radiation is also coming from the core of the planet--inside, up, as well as from the surface of the sun, outside, down. That is the true origin of radioactive emission.

It is said in some media that the sun is not incandescent inside. Involve an earth-sun interrelation internally. But according to the esoteric and primitive peoples.

I've never really thought about it much, but solar flares make sense, as they accelerate both in space and time, so their effects would be felt in the upper atmosphere as well as the core of the planet. I made a discovery a couple years ago that proved radioactive decay rates change with solar flare activity, due to the intra-atomic activity of the sun being transmitted across 3D time and into the atomic nuclei of all the atoms in the solar system. So solar flares do alter events you would not think that they did.

That deviation of the rate of disintegration, will be received in atomic clocks or too small? ... Or would a deviation that includes the observer, being relative? ...

### LIGO

Posted: Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:08 pm
Seems - after reading the detractors - that someone had to re-up for funding and validate the wasted money and resources. But what puzzles me is why all the "physicists" jumped on it as quickly as the "truth". Doesn't anyone really want to look at the facts and see how this errant answer waiting for the wrong theory is so wildly off target by any reasonable thinking person? Do these guys get a cut of the Nobel for joining the "club"?

The news media fools keep harping how Einstein was right and clueless about what he really said even if this finding had any merit of discovery it. But I guess it’s exciting to say Albert had it together and "we" got it!

Nothing GR or SR or the LHC has done has helped us understand this universe any more than Newton did. I think RS maybe on the right track if for no other reason than it just makes more sense and needs no big bang or inflation or other wild guesses that can never be proven. We need to derail the main stream and get some real science.

### the sun is cold

Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2016 12:12 pm
I can supply some additional information that conventional science knows nothing about... for example, the sun has a material surface and a cosmic core, which means that LF radiation (light, heat, radio) is transmitted inter-atomically across space. The cosmic side, moving faster than light, is also emitting radiation in the X-ray and gamma ray bands, but it is being transmitted intra-atomically across time (3D time). That infers that the sun's radiation is also coming from the core of the planet--inside, up, as well as from the surface of the sun, outside, down. That is the true origin of radioactive emission.

I've never really thought about it much, but solar flares make sense, as they accelerate both in space and time, so their effects would be felt in the upper atmosphere as well as the core of the planet. I made a discovery a couple years ago that proved radioactive decay rates change with solar flare activity, due to the intra-atomic activity of the sun being transmitted across 3D time and into the atomic nuclei of all the atoms in the solar system. So solar flares do alter events you would not think that they did.

https://exociencias.wordpress.com/2013/ ... l-es-frio/