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Old 07-08-2008, 08:11 AM
Bob Cain
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Default Black holes disproven Now



PD wrote:


LaMotta vs. Robinson (final match) - February 14, 1951 - Chicago Stadium


Bob
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"Things should be described as simply as possible, but no simpler."

A. Einstein
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Old 07-17-2008, 06:54 AM
Eric Gisse
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Default Black holes disproven Now

On Jul 16, 6:11*pm, NoEinstein <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

Antisemitic cranks are the most dishonest cranks.
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Old 07-19-2008, 09:47 PM
Eric Gisse
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On Jul 19, 1:24*pm, NoEinstein <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

No, I don't. Einstein was most definitely wrong about quantum
mechanics and the cosmological constant.

Don't even try to assert what I am or am not.


Projection. All you've done since you started posting is bitch and
whine about physics at every level.

You obviously hate or at least have severe problems with how modern
physics is done. So why don't you just **** off and enjoy the fruits
of physicists labor, and leave us all alone?
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Old 07-19-2008, 11:14 PM
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Default If Eric Gisse's life isn't “ empty ”, he sure fooled us.

If your life isn't “ empty ”, you sure fooled us.

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Old 07-19-2008, 11:28 PM
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Default If Eric Gisse's life isn't empty , he sure fooled us.

On Jul 19, 3:14 pm, Jeff$B"%(BRelf <Jeff_R...@0.Invalid> wrote:

He's afraid of the light jeff.
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Old 07-20-2008, 12:01 AM
Jeff▲Relf
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Default Who came up with the λ in λ-CDM ?

“ Einstein was most definitely wrong about quantum mechanics
and the cosmological constant ”, you say.

Who came up with the λ in λ-CDM ?
Absent the data, Einstein didn't know its value,
but he didn't exactly reject Hubble's findings, did he ?

Who finally convinced scientists that photons and atoms really exist ?
Wasn't it Planck's good buddy, Einstein ? if not, who ?

When CERN collides opposing beams of 7 TeV protons,
do you think Einstein's equations aren't a part of it ?

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Old 07-20-2008, 04:09 PM
Pmb
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Default Who came up with the ? in ?-CDM ?


"Jeff?Relf" <Jeff_Relf@0.Invalid> wrote in message
news:Jeff_Relf@2008_Jul19_5.1Pk...

Although Einstein introduced the cosmological constant on the premise that
the universe was static, which it turned out not to be, it has proven to be
useful, if not required, in modern cosmology, namely in the inflationary
model of the universe as well as in Dark Energy.


Correct.


Some people don't believe that photons exist even today. Namely W.E. Lamb.
He wrote a paper about this, i.e.

Anti-photon, W.E. Lamb, Appl. Phys, B 60, 77-84

The abstract reads
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Abstract. It should be apparent from the title of this article that the
author does not like the use of the term "photon", which dates from 1926. In
his view, there is no such thing as a photon. Only a comedy of errors and
historical accidents led to its popularity among physicists and optical
scientists. I admit that the word is short and convenient. Its use is also
habit forming. Similarly, one might find it convenient to speak of the
"aether" or "vacuum" to stand for empty space, even if no such thing
existed. There are very good substitutes for "photon", (e.g. "radiation" or
"light") and for "photonics" (e.g. "optics" or "quantum optics"). Similar
objections are possible to use of the word "phonon", which dates from 1932.
Objects like electrons, neutrinos of finite rest mass, or helium atoms can,
under suitable conditions, be considered to be particles, since their
theories then have a viable non-relativistic and non-quantum limits. This
paper outlines the main features of the quantum theory of radiation and
indicates how they can be used to treat problems in quantum optics.
--------------------------------------------------

Pete


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Old 07-20-2008, 05:08 PM
Jeff▲Relf
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Default Do you want to post glyphs like “λ” ?

Nothing is acausal. Randomness is ignorance.

But, although it's more accurate
to describe the cosmos using ( somewhat imponderable ) 4-D geometery,
Planck's law is a handy tool because:

For a black body at room temperature with a meter^2 surface area,
a photon in the visible range appears once every thousand years or so.

“ Although Planck's formula predicts that
a black body will radiate energy at all frequencies, the formula is
only practically applicable when many photons are being measured. ”.
-- WikiPedia

P.S. Do you want to post glyphs like “ λ ” ?
If so, you can tell Outlook to use “ 8-bit Unicode ” ( UTF-8 ).

Look for the “ 8-bit characters ” option in Outlook's settings,
and accept Unicode when prompted.

Modern newsreaders can read it but, by default, won't write it.

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