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I've Pointed Out That You Are Cluless..

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Posted by Bruce on August 14, 2002 19:27:56 UTC

wrt just about everything you've said wrt how time is modeled in relativity.

This is what you said to Aurino:

"Physicists: Clocks measure time!

Dick: Clocks measure time in their own rest frame only!

Physicists do not disagree with me, they simply think it is unnecessary to add that phrase: they take it as
understood and not worth mentioning. In fact they tend to resent having the issue pointed out."

This is what I said to you:

"Clocks measure time intervals whether at rest, in uniform motion, or accelerated."

If you need an example I'll show you how to derive (from the Schwarzchild metric) the formula

dt(satellite)/dt(Earth)

used for our very successful GPS system.

I doubt you spend much time talking to physicists since they invariably point out you are a delusional crackpot who obviously doesn't understand what you are complaining about.

BTW_I probably did the GPS thing in this forum somewhwere. Also BTW_ How about answering the query I made "There are several interesting experiments slated for testing predictions made by GR.
Gravitational waves, gravitomagnetism (frame dragging), and measuring the speed gravity propagates.
Doctordick-What does your model say wrt these phenomena predicted by GR?"

The reason I ask this is because Aurino seems to think your model is isomorphic whith relativity while I suspect you'll never answer such a query because invariably 'crackpot' theories never make any predictions which can be falsified experimentally.

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