21st September 2007 - 10:24 PM
QUOTE (STAGGERBOT+Sep 21 2007, 04:58 PM)
exactly....and this article is from a few years ago too. You would think that if this were true"Today, many researchers undoubtedly agree that this is a fundamentally new physical phenomenon, which will trigger new breakthroughs in the world of science. "
in 2004, then today there'd be even more mention of it
also, anyone ever hear of this?:"For instance, nowadays all leading airlines of the world take into account the so-called Stary-Soldatenko factor for calculating the amount of over-expenditure of aviation fuel."
don't really know what it's saying in the first place, but can't find anything on it either
if the article was published on April first...then ok. But it's not...
so what?...is it a journalism or sociology experiment?
anyway....it's pretty funny
It must be a joke. The only references I found were linked back to this article. The Stary-Soldatenko factor is _very_ so-called, and I know more than a few pilots...
But after all, Russians inwented aircraft. Господь, Царица
21st September 2007 - 10:51 PM
QUOTE (STAGGERBOT+Sep 21 2007, 09:58 PM)
if the article was published on April first...then ok. But it's not... so what?...is it a journalism or sociology experiment?
These results doesn't look like the April joke at all - but on the other hand, I don't think, it can be interpreted as a manifestation of the "time expansion" so easily. In general, it's quite trivial to explain such phenomena by AWT, which considers, the vacuum appears like elastic foam, while the particle of matter are forming the more dense blobs of such foam. In general, the more dense the foam is, the less compressible (i.e. stiff) it should be, right?
http ://superstruny.aspweb.cz/images/fyzika/aether/collapse_matter.gif (sorry, no pictures posting is allowed for me yet)
Furthermore, the AWT predicts, this foam is forming the interior of giant dark star, which gradually collapses, thus making such foam more dense. The foam increases in its density, while the density of denser objects (formed by matter) will increase too, but more slowly. The increasing of density is followed by decreasing of the energy spreading trough matter and vacuum, which can be perceived as a expansion of space from the internal observer perspective.
Because the matter is formed by more dense and stiff foam already, it will collapse more slowly, the energy will gradually move slower through vacuum, then through the matter. As the result, the material objects will expand in its size relative to the vacuum reference frame.
By such way, this important finding can become the another confirmation of the Aether Wave Theory intuitive model of Universe expansion.
22nd September 2007 - 08:06 AM
Newton’s Constant isn’t constant. You can consider the in depth article here, too (sorry, no direct linking is allowed for me, yet).
26th September 2007 - 05:22 PM
My question, is if the universe is expanding, how can you measure the expanding length of your meterstick, when your calipers and other measuring devices are expanding as well?
26th September 2007 - 05:30 PM
Place your reference meterstick outside, of course.
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