Originally posted by rickymouse
I got better things to do than worry about spacetime. If you ask me, these people need to get a life. Study that after you die, there's better chances of getting the right info then.
Originally posted by The1Prettiest1One
Originally posted by rickymouse
reply to post by The1Prettiest1One
Isn't thyme a spice?
Aye. I'm short on cupboard space right now.
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Howdy peeps,
I just got to wondering where everyone stood when it comes to how they view Space-Time, since it's quite apparent most are clueless?
In mathematics, they have assigned the Space-Time of numbers to in-between the numbers, which is bassackwards, but if they can be that stoopid, I was wondering who else has bought into that fallacy? Sew answer the question and let's see just how bad it is?
Where is the Space-Time of Numbers?
1. In-between the Numbers
2. The Number itself
3. Pass the Number
4. All of the above
What's U'r answer?
Ribbit
Ps: The Law of Matter explains the truth:
"Law of Matter - all Matter occupies Space & Time, and Numbers matter."
Numbers (including Time) occupy mathematical space-time (see: Law of Matter) and there's no space-time in-between them, since Numbers are nothing more than Numerical Objects used to define that which occupies Space & Time, therefore they must match that which they describe or it's like trying to define an orange using a peanut and that toad don't hop.
All Objects (Matter) in the Universe occupy Space & Time and Numbers matter.
"We may say a thing is at rest when it has not changed its position between now and then, but there is no 'then' in 'now', so there is no being at rest. Both motion and rest, then, must necessarily occupy time." - Aristotle
Originally posted by Itisnowagain
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
"We may say a thing is at rest when it has not changed its position between now and then, but there is no 'then' in 'now', so there is no being at rest. Both motion and rest, then, must necessarily occupy time." - Aristotle
Where did you find this quote by Aristotle???? Show me what he really said.
Originally posted by The1Prettiest1One
reply to post by Itisnowagain
I think he misspelled "Aristoadle".
Originally posted by The1Prettiest1One
I think you're licking your own back too much.
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
there ye have it .. space&time yeah!
Originally posted by The1Prettiest1One
thyme a spice?
Aye. I'm short on cupboard space right now.
Orris Root is also a spice, which comes from the root of the 3-petal'd Flower of Life.
Another great spice-@-upper is St. Germain:
www.stgermain.fr...
It's made from the Elderflower!
Ribbit
Smoke & Thyme
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Originally posted by nii900
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
i' has NoN
ST = SD's
No-Number? www.theosociety.org...
Originally posted by Sahabi
Time and Movement are relative to each other.
Space contains time-movement.
Space, Time, and Movement are illusionary.
There is only and eternally 'Here' and 'Now.'
Originally posted by chr0naut
Space-time is a four dimensional construct.
It has four axes: Width, height, depth & time. These axes are often notated as X, Y, Z & T.
They are all spatial dimensions and can be measured in meters (or feet).
In the case of the time axis, we know that the velocity limit is the speed of light.
Velocity is equal to distance divided by time, so since we know the speed of light is 299,792,458 meters per second. We can see, therefore, that 1 second = 299,792,458 meters along the time axis.
Knowing that, we can also see that any event in Space-time can be mapped out using simple Cartesian coordinates and does not necessarily require unreal or fractional numbers to be understood mathematically.
Too many people over-complicate something that any college grad can understand.
Originally posted by chr0naut
Space-time is a four dimensional construct.
It has four axes: Width, height, depth & time. These axes are often notated as X, Y, Z & T.
They are all spatial dimensions and can be measured in meters (or feet).
In the case of the time axis, we know that the velocity limit is the speed of light.
Velocity is equal to distance divided by time, so since we know the speed of light is 299,792,458 meters per second. We can see, therefore, that 1 second = 299,792,458 meters along the time axis.
Knowing that, we can also see that any event in Space-time can be mapped out using simple Cartesian coordinates and does not necessarily require unreal or fractional numbers to be understood mathematically.
Too many people over-complicate something that any college grad can understand.
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Originally posted by nii900
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
if zero = all numbers = a spjere .. then this सः will sum its bas-il www.uwgb.edu...
square root of all - ah
Sah means - he and its the first letter of Shi-va
Originally posted by Sahabi
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
The then-and-where and when-and-what are also here-and-now.
I see it, can you?
Originally posted by artistpoet
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
God I wish you would stop putting Ribbit at the foot of your posts
Your not a real Toad - get over it already
Originally posted by artistpoet
Originally posted by chr0naut
Space-time is a four dimensional construct.
It has four axes: Width, height, depth & time. These axes are often notated as X, Y, Z & T.
They are all spatial dimensions and can be measured in meters (or feet).
In the case of the time axis, we know that the velocity limit is the speed of light.
Velocity is equal to distance divided by time, so since we know the speed of light is 299,792,458 meters per second. We can see, therefore, that 1 second = 299,792,458 meters along the time axis.
Knowing that, we can also see that any event in Space-time can be mapped out using simple Cartesian coordinates and does not necessarily require unreal or fractional numbers to be understood mathematically.
Too many people over-complicate something that any college grad can understand.
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Is that a joke
I don't get it?