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Originally posted by watch_the_rocks
Wow, that definitely does sound interesting, even through this thread is 4 years old. Antigrav technology is amazing. Although I don't have the book/s, does anyone else here have a copy? I would love to hear what they contain.
Calculations contained within this paper will provide much evidence for the existence of a superluminal wave-like entity with a velocity of approximately 9E+16 m/s that combines with another entity traveling at 3E+16 m/s to create particles having a torus shape
Originally posted by police_officer339
I got nothing off the web-site except some pics and advertisments..
Originally posted by knowledge23
police officer,
Did not read your previous post.
Interesting to note about E=MC2.
Let us try to equate this equation.
E=Energy
M=Mass and
C=Velocity of light
If we take mass to be zero then,
E =0 x 299,792,458 metres per second [speed of light in vacuum]
Speed of light information
This will result in,
E = 0.
Hence, i think the mass should be a minmum of 1,
If we equate this again,
E = 1 x 299,792,458 metres per second
Thus,
E = (299,792,458 metres per second)2
This puts energy equal to the square of velocity of light.
I am not a scientist and i could be wrong in my calculations.
I am quite interested to understand how mass can be reduced to such an extend.
This is not a challenge to your statement but just a benefit for our discussion.
Thankyou
K23
Originally posted by Ralph_The_Wonder_Llama
Originally posted by knowledge23
police officer,
Did not read your previous post.
Interesting to note about E=MC2.
Let us try to equate this equation.
E=Energy
M=Mass and
C=Velocity of light
If we take mass to be zero then,
E =0 x 299,792,458 metres per second [speed of light in vacuum]
Speed of light information
This will result in,
E = 0.
Hence, i think the mass should be a minmum of 1,
If we equate this again,
E = 1 x 299,792,458 metres per second
Thus,
E = (299,792,458 metres per second)2
This puts energy equal to the square of velocity of light.
I am not a scientist and i could be wrong in my calculations.
I am quite interested to understand how mass can be reduced to such an extend.
This is not a challenge to your statement but just a benefit for our discussion.
Thankyou
K23
The equation E=mc^2 does not refer to acceleration at all.
E=energy, with units in kilograms x meters^2 / second^2
m = mass in kg
c = velocity in meters / second
a=acceleration in meters / second^2
The equation
F=ma
is a simple physics equation that means Force equals mass times acceleration. If you know the amount of Force applied and you know how much the object weighs, then you can solve for the acceleration by dividing Force by mass.
F/m = a
You can't divide by zero. If your mass equals zero, then the equation does not make sense. But, if you make mass very very small, then acceleration keeps getting bigger and bigger. Here is an example. Pretend Force = 10. I will use different magnitudes of mass, starting at 10.
10/10 = 1
10/5 = 2
10/1 = 10
10/0.1 = 100
10/0.01 = 1000
10/0.001 = 10000
10/0.0001 = 100000
10/0.00001 = 1000000
As the mass approaches zero, then your acceleration approaches infinity.
E=mc^2 has some cool applications. I am a chemistry major, and had to spend a little time studying nuclear chemistry. Here's the watered-down version. If you perform nuclear fission on an atom, it fragments into smaller atoms and neutrons. If you take all of these new atoms and neutrons and add them together, they weigh less than the original atom. This is called the "mass defect" and its value is used for "m." When you plug it into E=mc^2, you can calculate how much energy was released from the fission reaction.
When you talk about time-travel and theoretical stuff like that, you have to introduce relativism. There is some funky equation (that I don't have memorized) that is used in relativity that involves some ratio of the speed of light and actual speed and the mass and what-not.
Anyway, I have digressed. As far as anti-gravity is concerned just remember this:
F = m*a ......... F/m = a
This means that the lighter something is, the less force you need to apply to get it to accelerate at a certain rate. If something weighs zero, then acceleration becomes infinite....
BUT YOU STILL HAVE TO APPLY THE FORCE, WHICH REQUIRES SOME SORT OF ENERGY SOURCE. Also, friction still fights back on that acceleration, and generally speaking, the faster something is going, the harder friction resists. You have to learn partial differential equations (Calculus 5) to get into that stuff. I wasn't directing the all-caps at you, just the people reading who believe in free energy.