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Re: Re: Re: Mental Retardation.

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Posted by John Reyes on February 5, 2001 10:47:40 UTC

How does it prove eistein right is the question?

I am glad that you are brave enough to respond bladesinger,like I have said before I am not here to prove you wrong but the scientific concept of time , now there is much in einsteinian logic to discuss so for now this is as I see things so please do tell me if you agree with the following .

First all time related measurements have to rely on the earth sun calander principle else we could never account for truth in certain tests or universal distances .

So tell me what implications this would create if proven wrong, General relativity maintains that a clock runs faster at the bottom of a water tower and slower at the top of the water tower, I believe this was tested in the 60s with two very accurate clocks and also is backed by Hawkins .

Hawkins maintains that the same would apply if the clocks were substituted for a pair of twins and that the one living at the top of a mountain would become younger by a relative small amount yet noticable at great speeds , ie a light speed journey of a twin with another remaining on earth .

Do you agree , remember I am not testing you so please tell me what this would effect if proven wrong .


John Reyes

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