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  1. #1 A New Relativity is born, An Anti-Relativity 
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    The below theories were developed by us when we saw something wrong with Einstein's Theories of Relativity.

    we will like to tell you that when someone is on a moving vessel such as the earth or a rocket almost to that of the outwards moving galaxies,you will see the universe much more like it really is, but when you are stationary you will see that the universe tends to look contracted in size. this is because the particles in the universe are all in constant high speed
    the more things approach light's speed the more you tend to varnish into thin air because of the light isnt able to expose all parts of them every well as usual but when they deccelerate they will then be exposed very well as usual, this is due to the observer cant see all the parts of the moving object because of its high speed and therefore sums up the little seen as the new size of the object.
    this means that missing mass appears little by little to us.
    this is the GRAND theory of relativity.

    ITS PREDICTIONS

    1. It will be better to make observations of the space here on earth than in space with telescopes since we will be moving as earth is moving and the space will little or no be contracted in size.

    2. If the Earth start moving at almost light's speed, two people standing together will find it hard to see each other as each other tends to varnish into thin air and this is because there is little or no light reaching earth and can be proved when an observer observing the almost light's speed moving earth tend to look smaller in size as the liitle he or she sees is sumed up as the new size of earth as light is not able to expose all its parts.


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    Wouldn't the gravity of earth increase as the mass increase and wouldn't the gravity affect the path at which the light are coming to strike on it when it starts approaching near light's speed.
    Using the Spread-Sheet of Einstein, The earth will cause an immensed dip into the sheet which looks like its area of gravity.
    The light will definitely fall into the great gravity of the earth and thus move inwards into its gravity and not strike the earth as usual and thus becomes darker and look contracted ( an observer looking at this will not see all part of Earth and sum up the ones seen as the new size of the object as our GRAND Theory of Relativity says which makes object approaching light's speed look more contracted as explained by the Fitzgerald-Lorentz Contraction and later becomes a flat disk before varnishing when little or no light is getting to it ) and may might strike on its moon or the man-made satellites if lucky enough.

    The light will not strike on the earth as usual in the sense that the mass of earth will start approaching infinte and its gravity will start approaching infinite and so will its escape velocity.
    This causes rays of light to be affected by its gravity and thus all the rays of light will be accelerated towards the centre of the earth and reflection of the light when it hits an obstacle minimizes and as such vision of things minimizes as there are little rays of light to cause vision of an object.

    Cool lets look into this.
    according to relativity any matter can achieve any mass it want to get before it reachs the speed of light, c which is an upper limit of speed as their mass approachings infinity.
    So if earth approachs light's speed it can get a mass that can make it have a gravity as that of the black hole before it reachs c.
    With this earth will pull all light and matter that comes near it including its moon and orbiting satellites towards the centre of the earth.
    As such the light will be little reflected backwards as it strike the centre of the earth.
    and as such people in space will find it hard to see earth as it little reflect light backwards for vision like that of the black hole since its escape velocity is greater than c.
    people inside will also find it have to see themselves as the light entering earth will be little reflected and if strikes on an individual it will not be reflected backwards but instead towards the centre of the earth and as such things gets relatively darker on earth.
    So using Hawking's Ideas of the Black hole we have proved Einstein and his Relativity wrong somewhere and that is "Things gets darker from the outside and the inside even before it crosses light's speed although light still caught up with it.

    wouldn't of course the moons and the man-made satellites of the earth be drawn into the centre of the earth, of course Yes, that is when it starts approaching light's speed as its gravity approaches infinite.

    This is The Theory of Gravity-Contraction

    This is in conflict with Relativity, huh


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    do you like the theory
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    Clocks go slower on earth than in outer space by such a tiny fraction that it is not comparable to going slower due to high speeds which has a much greater effect. They've put clocks in space and by keeping them at high speed relative to the earth there has been a difference. The space clocks went slower. This is not just a clock but the slowing of time means everything is slower. All systems, biological, the ageing of rocks, everything, all are slower in a strong gravational field or at high speed. But it's speed (relative to the earth) which has the greater effect. In the twin experiment the speed is always relative to earth. After travelling for some years he/she comes back younger, really. As regards objects shrinking in the direction of motion: If you travel with the objects there no relative motion, and it's only relative motion that counts. It's quite strange I know, but all the measurements of motion must be taken relative to you being stopped (or suchlike). When taken this way objects really do shrink, there's no piece missing or anything, objects get heavier, and time slows down.
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    The nature of the Black hole can be explained by the theory of Gravity-Contraction.

    As the black hole has one of the immersed gravity ever known, all the light’s passing near-by will be sucked into its gravity and none will be left to expose it to the naked eyes and that is why it is called the “Black” hole as it can’t be seen.
    This is what happens to earth when it approaches near light’s speed.
    It can’t be seen even if you are also traveling at near light’s speed.
    Its gravity becomes so dense not necessarily like the black hole as explained by our theory of Gravity-Contraction, but dense that light can still fall on it and expose it but not so much.

    we believe we were wrong about Gravity not slowing time.
    we admit to our mistakes. but, before approaches c, we believe they get relatively dark from the outside and the inside using the science of the black hole that light will be accelerated towards its gravity and very little might be reflected and since there is little reflection, there will be little vision both inside and outside since all matters even an electron can acertain the gravity of the black hole before its speed equals c as when v approaches c, mass approaches infinity and thus will its gravity and escape velocity.
    that's all we have to say.

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    Sheesh reading your posts once is quite enough, thank you. Posting the exact same post in 3 (or more) seperate threads accomplishes nothing and causes even more confusion than your posts themselves do.
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    Mick wrote: ...
    In the twin experiment the speed is always relative to earth. After travelling for some years he/she comes back younger, really.


    I very doubt in the legitimacy of the using of the word "really" in the relation of this "experiment".
    The first, because it was the imaginary experiment. And, certenly, its results were the straight consequence of the Einstein's postulates.

    But what is the postulate? Postulate is the statement, taken without the proofs.

    The main second Einstein's postulate (the light speed is the limiting speed of the any physical interacting) is based on the one single experiment (the Mycelson-Morly experiment). But today we know: the results of this experiment is very doubtful. For example, in 1994 year our scientist from the Moscow Technical University of the connection and information sciences Peter Popov and his colleagues repeated this experiment and discoveried the error in the Mycelson's calculations. Had corrected this error, they understood, that in the reality the light speeds "lengthways" and "against" the Earth's movement on the orbit differ. It says that the ligth speed is the usual speed and that it isn't the limiting speed of the physical interacting. More that, there isn't such limit.

    Of course, Popov's researchs were not published, because they went counter the dogmatic rules of the conservative science.

    And we can now declare that the Special Relativist Theory is wrong

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    More or less off-topic:


    In Spain, there was a sort of jokes which said that Soviets claimed to themselves the invention of every important technology, which always had been developed by some "Popov".


    Now some "Popov" has discovered that geosynchronous comm-sats don't work. You know why they don't work? Because they're designed taking Relativity into account, but they're not designed to account Popov's discovery that light will traverse at different speeds depending if it moves "ahead" or "behind" the Earth along its orbit. Provided that light takes a substantial time to reach comm-sats and come back to Earth (some 130 miliseconds per trip, giving a minimal answer/question time of above a quarter of a second), then it is impossible to tune the signal; as its wavelength will be longer when it moves "with the Earth" and shorter when it moves "agaisnt the Earth", but comm-sats just acount for relativity's Doppler effect, not Popov's! Hence comm-sats can't work! Hence... huh, wait a minute: comm-sats DO work. They only account for Doppler effect according to Relativity. Maybe there is no need to account for Popov's effect?
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    Hmm, Lets say it will be completely erroneous to say that:

    "We will like to tell you that when someone is on a moving vessel such as the earth or a rocket almost to that of the outwards moving galaxies, you will see the universe much more like it really is, but when you are stationary you will see that the universe tends to look contracted in size. This is because the particles in the universe are all in constant high speed"

    As we said in our first statement in our GRAND theory of Relativity.

    This idea is only correct in 1 condition and that is if the moving vessel is moving at the same speed as the outwards moving galaxies been observed as predicted in our theory and General theory of Relative Motion and the theory of Anti-velocity, which supports the idea that the outward moving galaxies' velocity will be reduced by the speed of the moving vessel if moving at the speed direction and contraction will be smaller and the inverse or vice-versa occurs if moving at opposite direction and thus contraction increases.

    It is best to make observations in space (EVH that is space-walking) if the thing been observed is moving at the opposite direction to earth and it is best to make observations here on earth or a moving rocket if the thing observed is moving at the same direction as earth or the moving rocket.

    It is best to read up on the books:
    "The Theory of Relative Motion"
    "The General Theory of Relative Motion"
    "The General Theory of Relative Motion 2"
    "The Theory of Anti-Velocity"
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    The Mathematical Expression of the Above Statement conforms to that of the Fitzgerald-lorentz contraction as explained by Einstein with the equation
    LR = L0 (/1-v2/c2)
    When LR is the relavistic length, L0 is the length at rest, / is the square root sign, v2 is the velocity squared and c is the speed of light squared

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    Nikomo,

    The limitation of 'C' being the upper velocity limit derives from the Lorentz transformation equations.

    Don't tell Popov, I'd hate to break his heart.
    The universe is a real place. However, you can't see it, you have to imagine it. Like it or not, God designed, built and sustains the Universe. Deal with it.
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