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Old 04-20-2008, 12:52 PM
Robert J. Kolker
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There is no aether.

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Old 04-20-2008, 03:01 PM
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In sci.physics.relativity, Robert J. Kolker
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It's a bit problematic since I could easily postulate an
aether using the same mathematics as special relativity;
such an aether is of course logically unnecessary but
one does have to wonder precisely what the "luminiferous
aether" is at times. The math works, but what it means
is sometimes less than clear...

Note that some in this newsgroup tend to think that SR
postulates an aether as well, and posit an alternate
theory, usually Newton-compatible, that "removes" that
aether.

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Old 04-20-2008, 07:15 PM
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"The Ghost In The Machine" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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| In sci.physics.relativity, Robert J. Kolker
| <[Only registered users see links. ]>
| wrote
| on Sun, 20 Apr 2008 08:52:56 -0400
| <[Only registered users see links. ]>:
| > shakytown wrote:
| >
| >> Something with negative temperature absorbs all energy and thats what
| >> a black hole does. Matter and energy seems simply to be two different
| >> states of the same EATHER. :-)
| >
| > There is no aether.
| >
| > Bob Kolker
| >
|
| It's a bit problematic since I could easily postulate an
| aether using the same mathematics as special relativity;
| such an aether is of course logically unnecessary but
| one does have to wonder precisely what the "luminiferous
| aether" is at times. The math works, but what it means
| is sometimes less than clear...
|
| Note that some in this newsgroup tend to think that SR
| postulates an aether as well, and posit an alternate
| theory, usually Newton-compatible, that "removes" that
| aether.
|

Kolker is a dogmatic bigot, he will not consider such effrontery
to his faith in the messiah Einstein. We all know Einstein substitutes
increasing time di-l--a---t----i-----o------n for acceleration to keep
one speed of light in empty space alive with all its attendant
paradoxi. This, Kolker calls "science", the shitheaded idiot.
What about giving up one speed of light? Oh no, that's too
****in' simple. Best to invent ****ing mysteries.

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