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2 years ago
dong
cheers.
Forum: Author of the Month
2 years ago
dong
..On the contrary...,
Forum: Author of the Month
2 years ago
dong
..that's
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
dong
Do you have any alignment with the "Maia" star of the Pleiades??
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
dong
Many thanks Carol..., fabulous images. best..,
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
dong
Hi Doc Trog.., can you provide us with Cassinis last images..., without going though 'time sensitive??
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
dong
....a Great post; thankyou.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
dong
....a laudable approach.., Random. cheers,
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
dong
.... best.
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
dong
Hi Susan[ I always think of you as the 'Doberman ](: And one could just as easily accuse you of 'indulging in logic', as Enigcoms occasional obscurity. As a tool for enlightenment..., 'logic' is about as efficient as the horse and cart as a 'means of transport'in the space age. cheers,
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
dong
I beg to demur Carol: The poster stated that it was an 'almost' full moon. If it was an almost full moon there could definitely be a single 'shadow' cast by a very tall monument or edifice.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
2 years ago
dong
Hi Madeleine[ welcome to the board ] Many years ago I read the "Epic of Gilgamesh". I found it the most powerful narrative I had ever read; it is supposedly myth/legend.., but I found its reality seemed to be taking place in some other dimension- perhaps reminiscent of the concept of the 'greek gods'. Have you any thoughts on this..? warm regards,
Forum: Author of the Month
2 years ago
dong
One would have thought
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
dong
Hi Susan, Best,
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
dong
Hi Raconteur.., you nearly got it right. cheers,
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
dong
Sooo..., let me get this straight Duane..; You are anchored to the earth because 'you are in the earths shadow'; Sooo.., what happens when you are on the surface of the earth facing the sun- where there would be no shadow?? Do you just float free as suggested??
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
dong
so Duane..., do I take it that the force that anchors you to the earths surface..., is just 'curved space time' ??
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
dong
...I would suggest in this case it is the gravity of the sun which influenced the passage of light. cheers
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
hi Eddie.., yes.., I also have confidence that we will eventually arrive at a 'grand unifying theory'[ cant wait](:
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
Many thanks Ray, I still find it incomprehensible how for instance 'sister''particles can react to each other at vast distances, and many other mysteries of the particle world- but then I find that many physicists are also equally baffled as we plough deeper and deeper into the sub-atomic vortex(; cheers
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
Thanks for this Ivano.., The reason for my query was that, Rutherford and associates assessed the nature, dimensions, actions of atoms and energy contained, with no apparent confirmation than 'shooting particles at a particular surface. No mathematics seems to have been involved and I would find the analysis incomprehensible except for the reality confirmed by the 'splitting of the atom''
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
A Question[ to any physicists on board ] Can an electron microscope, or any other device, observe an atom, an electron, proton etc?? with thanks in advance;
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
Hi Sally, The somewhat antiquated 'steady state' theory has a few serious loopholes:' Firstly the universe is not and never has been in a 'steady state''; Currently all the galaxies in the universe are spiralling away from each other further and faster. And while numerous stars and galaxies are collapsing, new ones are being born. But the most serious anomaly of the 'steady state'concept
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
Duane.., you posit a reference from some obscure mathmatican who theoretically proves that relativity and the big bang are wrong. mathematics.., like statistics.., can apparently prove almost anything from any theoretical basis regardless of authenticity. You have yet to give a cogent response to my initial proposition that 'gravity' is simply the equal and opposite implosive action to the exp
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
"the fact is.., AI doesn't have millions of years of evolution as found in dna" The fact is that AI, when and if it comes about.., is the culmination of millions of years of evolution(: best,
Forum: Inner Space
3 years ago
dong
.."you cannot introduce gravity in the big bang because the big bang comes from relativity" According to Newtons laws.., which have not been superceded.., the big bang can only have occurred from some previous unknown implosive action- possibly an all encompassing 'black hole' cheers,
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
"only other matter can bend light" Might I suggest that other matter can only bend light because of its gravitational influence. best,
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
Hi Duane..,I am not aware that Einstein did not believe in 'gravity'[ he did not suggest its 'origin'] but he did believe that it would influence the passage of light as it passed a star- which was proved quite recently during an eclipse. best,
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
Thanks Duane..., will check out those sites
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
dong
Thanks Eddie.., I will check it out best.
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