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Does TTI have a collection of math posted by time travelers?

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Does TTI have a collection of math posted by time travelers?

Your best bet would be to search for "math" and other terminology in the search field on the upper right hand corner.

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Thank you.

I will review the information and post anything worth review - over 1,800 posts to go.

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My first interesting find, not a time travel person but math related:

The centripetal force is something I would like to see verified experimentally. But the centrifugal force is measurable. The presence of weight is present with its vector direction pointed away from the center of rotation. Any centripetal force without the presence of acceleration would be a gravity like force. Since both gravity and centrifugal force rely on an unchanging radius. I know you keep saying that it has been verified that time runs slower with centrifugal force. But did you verify it? I haven't verified it. But I do know that when you assemble anything with facts, it becomes a model with predictable outcomes. It is a fact that centrifugal force can cancel gravitational force, in a local rotating body with its axis of rotation tangent to the surface of the earth. For only part of the rotational cycle. If the gravitational force is cancelled for part of that rotational cycle, then the time dilation associated with the gravitational force has to disappear as well. We are told that there is a time dilation associated with the gravitational force. And there have been experiments to show time does vary with gravitational force intensity. So either the experiment shows us time does speed up in the absence of gravitational force, or we will get to learn something new.

I wanted to show you this simple Pythagorean theorem plot I did, depicting the weightless acceleration path of centrifugal force. There are two forces present in the plot. The inertial force plot depicting the inertial path afterwards. And the centrifugal force plot indicating the centrifugal acceleration path after disconnection. The centrifugal acceleration occurs along the hypotenuse. Since the hypotenuse represents a path to the center of the previous rotation. Why this path? Because this is the path the centrifugal force was on.

The hypotenuse values increase as if the object was accelerating away.

As for Bob Lazar? I like the story. It was very entertaining. Do I believe it? There aren't any bones to chew on. As you can see, I'm not the sort of person that accepts what they are told, without some way to verify it.

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I see you found my math proof that there is indeed a centrifugal acceleration associated with centrifugal force. This is not what I was taught in physics class. But the math speaks for itself.

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I was looking at you hypotenuse values,

I'm not sure, but this is what I think it measures:

hypotenuse - rate of change - acceleration

10.04

10.198 - 0.158

10.44 - 0.242 - 0.084

10.77 - 0.33 - 0.088

11.18 - 0.41 - 0.08

11.66 - 0.48 - 0.07

12.266 - 0.546 - 0.06

12.806 - 0.6 - 0.054

13.45 - 0.644 - 0.044

14.14 - 0.69 - 0.046

14.866 - 0.726 - 0.036

15.62 - 0.754 - 0.0028

The numbers show you speeding up, fast acceleration being the greatest in the begin and reducing to 20% at the end.

The speed was a constant gain although the acceleration greatest in the begin and was reduced.

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The hypotenuse values increase at a changing rate indicating an acceleration. There is a graph around somewhere of the acceleration plot.

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The hypotenuse values increase at a changing rate indicating an acceleration. There is a graph around somewhere of the acceleration plot.

The Pythagorean theorem (as pi) for "inertia" angular momentum, random object, cylinder, etc.

I believe your stuff deals with some form of waveform angular momentum.

The device is changing density or space causing lift ( I think hot air balloons do this too, don't know).

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How can Pythagorean Theorem be applied to an angle that is not 90 degrees?

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How can Pythagorean Theorem be applied to an angle that is not 90 degrees?

It can't be applied as far as I know. But a creative math guy could probably figure out how to do it.

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It can't be applied as far as I know. But a creative math guy could probably figure out how to do it.

It occurred to me last night.  Don't ask me how or why you'd apply it, but to get a 90 degree angle, you'd have to draw it from the angled pole of the 3D object.

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@UTSA210 This is an interesting idea for a new section - If anyone is willing to help put together a list of links for posts that fit what you're looking for here, we can put something together so it's all found more easily.
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@UTSA210 This is an interesting idea for a new section - If anyone is willing to help put together a list of links for posts that fit what you're looking for here, we can put something together so it's all found more easily.

Okay, I will start looking and post what I find.

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Math equations does not point to specific subject by itself.

If we know facts,events so we can describe it by knowing data and path of direction.

So we can try to write formula that calculate data close to real .

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A few pages so far,

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Math equations does not point to specific subject by itself.If we know facts,events so we can describe it by knowing data and path of direction.

So we can try to write formula that calculate data close to real .

I see equations as a picture of pictures, but you are right if the math is wrong the data is worthless.

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You have to understand that math going behind facts.

You could not able to find math if we do not know what exactly is going on.

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" The hypotenuse values increase at a changing rate indicating an acceleration. There is a graph around somewhere of the acceleration plot. "

Nice picture and nothing more.