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On Oct 8, 12:40=A0pm, Big Dog <big.fing....@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/8/2012 11:18 AM, mpc755 wrote:
> > On Oct 8, 11:58 am, Big Dog <big.fing....@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 10/8/2012 10:48 AM, mpc755 wrote:
> >>> On Oct 8, 11:19 am, Big Dog <big.fing....@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> On 10/7/2012 7:15 AM, mpc755 wrote:
> >>>>> The MMX did not detect the ether wind because there is no ether win=
> >>>>> The MMX was looking for a stationary ether the Earth moves through.
> >>>>> There is no such thing as a stationary ether the Earth moves throug=
> >>>>> Aether is displaced by matter.
> >>>> Air is displaced by a car that moves through it.
> >>>> By holding your hand out the window of a car, you can feel the air w=
> >>>> that is due to the displacement of the air by the car moving through=
> >>> The aether is, or behaves similar to, a supersolid.
> >>> If you were holding your hand out a car window which was moving
> >>> through a supersolid and the car was moving with constant momentum
> >>> then there would be no loss of energy between the car, your hand and
> >>> the supersolid. The car would not require your foot to be on the gas
> >>> pedal once it reached the speed it was traveling at. The car would
> >>> coast forever through the supersolid. Is the car displacing the
> >>> supersolid or is the supersolid displacing the car? Both are occurrin=
> >>> with equal force.
> >> If there were a force of the supersolid on the car, then the car would
> >> accelerate resulting in a change in momentum.
> >> This is called Newton's 2nd law: Force =3D dp/dt.
> >> I'm amused at your utter ignorance of basics, and your ridiculous
> >> pretensions otherwise. Amuse me more. Please.
> > You aren't even able to understand how superfluids and supersolids
> > behave.
> > What do you think occurs as a ball rolls through a superfluid or a
> > supersolid? The ball displaces the superfluid/supersolid. There is no
> > friction in the interaction. There is no loss of energy in the
> > interaction. That does not mean no interaction.
> > The ball displaces the superfluid/supersolid. The superfluid/
> > supersolid returns to the ball the same amount of energy to the ball
> > as the superfluid/supersolid 'displaces back'.
> > Are we going to have to add the interaction of particles of matter
> > with a superfluid/supersolid which you understand to be magic?
> No, I'd like for you to demonstrate how YOU understand the interactions
> superfluids and supersolids to be consistent with Newton's second law.
> As you've described them, the conflict is unresolved, and so I believe
> you do not understand it well yourself.
> You have interpreted my question to imply that superfluids and
> supersolids cease to exist in the vicinity of an embedded ball. I said
> no such thing. One can certainly IMAGINE such a case. The question is
> whether you understand how that system works in a way compatible with
> Newton's second law. I'm fairly convinced you don't have any idea.
> > We already have the future determining the past because you are unable
> > to understand the relativistic ether wave propagating a photon passes
> > through both slits in a double slit experiment.
> > Are we adding a superfluid/supersolid ceases to exist in the path of a
> > moving ball?
> > "According to the general theory of relativity space without ether is
> > unthinkable" - Albert Einstein
> > It is rational to understand there is an ether in general relativity.
> > If you understand a relativistic ether wave propagates a photon, which
> > you do, then it is rational to understand the relativistic ether wave
> > travels through both slits in a double slit experiment.
Are you able to understand the ball requires force to displace the
Are you able to understand the supersolid requires the same amount of
force to displace the ball?
Are you able to understand there is no loss or gain of energy in the
interaction of the ball and the supersolid?