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Posted by Alexander on October 10, 2001 20:16:35 UTC

That is why time is NOT a dimension (degree of freedom) - there is NO such math to allow motion through time.

Place a clock on muon - and you get EXACTLY same rate as clocks on Earth. Unless you want to see those clocks from different reference system. Why should view from a far be similar to the close-up view? Different conditions result in different outcome.

About pendulum. Reverse pendulum motion - and according to math (quantum mechanics, relativity, etc) its amplitude DECREASES, NOT INCREASES. Just direct all molecules in reverse and see what happens.

Indeed, to become a theoretical physics takes a lot of knowledge of facts, plus a lot of understanding of math. Having lack of these two, do not even bother to be one. (Star Trek which most people complete their physics education by is not enough. Copying wrong equations as you do also does not help.) Learn fundamentals from good textbooks, exersise in math and ANALYSE - then there is hope. I know, it is hard, but there is nothing else in physics (and in Universe) but logic (which we call math).

But you still can be a sci-fi writer, and who knows - may be one day you wrire something for Star Trek too.

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