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Posted by Robert B. Winn on May 20, 2001 04:36:45 UTC

My personal opinion is that velocity measures the same from the satellite as it does from earth.
Why should I post my calculation of T orbiter?
I already gave you the equations. If you were interested, you would have done it yourself. So my question is, What happened to the adieu?
This is the longest goodbye I have ever seen.
Understand one thing: I do not expect to see a scientist in my life who can carry on a conversation about this. All any of them are ever going to say is, There is a distance contraction, and we are here to enforce this.
Go ahead and enforce. I have already proven you wrong.
Robert B. Winn

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