reply to post by luxordelphi
Again, the response from a friend
great questions; however, (grin) beyond my 'reply' intent.
> Interested in the reasons you put forth about what sets off seismographs. You state that it is energy and for a seismograph, earth's acceleration
at the instrument site.
i started with the energy and acceleration quote because (iirc) it appeared some of the initial postings showed surprised by all the 'red dots',
with the same time factor, +/- arrival, that appeared on the supplied (seismic) map.
> As you go on to talk about tilt - is this or could this also be wobble?
tilt can wobble.
> Would deceleration, which can also be rapid, be a factor?
yes, but there is a lot of discussion involved that i do not have time to get into, based on: some of the older, (scientific community) accepted, data
is wrong, corrections have been made, and are on a list, waiting for inclusion. (smile) my OT response would be: when 'string theory' is 'more in
place' certain 'things' will be easier to understand and explain.
> Interested also in your statements on linear time. I understand the illusion of linear time but am not quite clear how approaching the event horizon
(assuming it will be zero) would give or could give a seismographic reading.
(iirc) i pointed to a post that included the name of the (imo) 'late and great' terrence mckenna, because terrence was a friend who would visit,
thirty-five, plus, years ago, when he was in town.
i always felt terrence was on to something most folks did not understand, and we had a lot of great chats about 'this and that'.
this mention had nothing to do with "seismographic reading."
(OT, but somewhat related to "illusion of linear time")
here is a fun mp3 you may enjoy; especially the part about einstein, rosen, and podolsky's 'ERP effect' originated at princeton university during
the late '30s: www.flyingsnail.com...