If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #150 on: July 03, 2019, 04:13:13 AM »
No, because gravity is not a hoax!
It is so, you know, I know, she knows, he knows, even Trump knows.
But all your gravity hoax rubbish has nothing to do with the topic "If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work".
If gravity does not exist,even so accelerometers may work in many ways. Your childish attemps can not change this fact that accelerometers do not need gravity hoax.
So what about explaining that to us because cellphone networks and GPS have nothing whatsoever to do with it.
GPS uses GSm networks. Pings them and finds its location. Simple to get and use. You are as ignorant as can't get this simple explanation. Because you are denying the facts by closing your eyes with your blind alts or partners.
The tablet I'm using now has no cellphone network connection and three accelerometers work exactly the same whether or not the GPS is turned.
It does not use GSM line, it evaluates incoming GSM signals.

You are tablet,
jacblack is cell phone,
So who is the computer?
So what is your answer?

I have already answered so you answer my last question.

You are tablet,
jacblack is cell phone,
So who is the computer? Are other members coming here are computer membership you are using simultaneusly?


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Macarios

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #151 on: July 03, 2019, 04:32:14 AM »
Ok, if you tried to think about those previous questions, now is the time to ask you this:

Imagine bar of 1000 kg of steel, 5 meter long.
Calculate the time it will take to fall from the height of 981 meter to the ground.

Do it on your own. You know how to calculate it.
That way nobody can manipulate you.

After you calculate that time, cut off one meter of that chunk.
It will now be 4 meters long and 800 kg heavy.
Calculate now the time this one will take to fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Now take that part that you cut off.
The small part is 200 kg, and 1 meter long.
Again: time of fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Compare the times.
I don't have to fight about anything.
These things are not about me.
When one points facts out, they speak for themselves.
The main goal in all that is simplicity.

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #152 on: July 03, 2019, 04:49:58 AM »
Ok, if you tried to think about those previous questions, now is the time to ask you this:

Imagine bar of 1000 kg of steel, 5 meter long.
Calculate the time it will take to fall from the height of 981 meter to the ground.

Do it on your own. You know how to calculate it.
That way nobody can manipulate you.

After you calculate that time, cut off one meter of that chunk.
It will now be 4 meters long and 800 kg heavy.
Calculate now the time this one will take to fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Now take that part that you cut off.
The small part is 200 kg, and 1 meter long.
Again: time of fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Compare the times.

I don't understand why did you use 981 metres highness. It simply means nothing.

You do it, You compare times then see they are different. Your blabbing isn't evidence.


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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #153 on: July 03, 2019, 05:13:00 AM »
No, because gravity is not a hoax!
It is so, you know, I know, she knows, he knows, even Trump knows.
But all your gravity hoax rubbish has nothing to do with the topic "If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work".
If gravity does not exist,even so accelerometers may work in many ways. Your childish attemps can not change this fact that accelerometers do not need gravity hoax.
So what about explaining that to us because cellphone networks and GPS have nothing whatsoever to do with it.
GPS uses GSm networks. Pings them and finds its location. Simple to get and use. You are as ignorant as can't get this simple explanation. Because you are denying the facts by closing your eyes with your blind alts or partners.
The tablet I'm using now has no cellphone network connection and three accelerometers work exactly the same whether or not the GPS is turned.
It does not use GSM line, it evaluates incoming GSM signals.

You are tablet,
jacblack is cell phone,
So who is the computer?
So what is your answer?

I have already answered so you answer my last question.

You are tablet,
jacblack is cell phone,
So who is the computer? Are other members coming here are computer membership you are using simultaneusly?
Please gives details of links showing GPS uses GSM, how can it where there is no GSM coverage?

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #154 on: July 03, 2019, 05:18:44 AM »
No, because gravity is not a hoax!
It is so, you know, I know, she knows, he knows, even Trump knows.
But all your gravity hoax rubbish has nothing to do with the topic "If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work".
If gravity does not exist,even so accelerometers may work in many ways. Your childish attemps can not change this fact that accelerometers do not need gravity hoax.
So what about explaining that to us because cellphone networks and GPS have nothing whatsoever to do with it.
GPS uses GSm networks. Pings them and finds its location. Simple to get and use. You are as ignorant as can't get this simple explanation. Because you are denying the facts by closing your eyes with your blind alts or partners.
The tablet I'm using now has no cellphone network connection and three accelerometers work exactly the same whether or not the GPS is turned.
It does not use GSM line, it evaluates incoming GSM signals.

You are tablet,
jacblack is cell phone,
So who is the computer?
So what is your answer?

I have already answered so you answer my last question.

You are tablet,
jacblack is cell phone,
So who is the computer? Are other members coming here are computer membership you are using simultaneusly?
Please gives details of links showing GPS uses GSM, how can it where there is no GSM coverage?
You are not in this discussing just trying to gain time under name of Rabblack. Whats happened? Is the battery of tablet and GSM ended?

GPS uses GSM datas, their ping times and decides its location. Simple to get, no need further explanation.


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Macarios

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #155 on: July 03, 2019, 05:28:36 AM »
Ok, if you tried to think about those previous questions, now is the time to ask you this:

Imagine bar of 1000 kg of steel, 5 meter long.
Calculate the time it will take to fall from the height of 981 meter to the ground.

Do it on your own. You know how to calculate it.
That way nobody can manipulate you.

After you calculate that time, cut off one meter of that chunk.
It will now be 4 meters long and 800 kg heavy.
Calculate now the time this one will take to fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Now take that part that you cut off.
The small part is 200 kg, and 1 meter long.
Again: time of fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Compare the times.

I don't understand why did you use 981 metres highness. It simply means nothing.

You do it, You compare times then see they are different. Your blabbing isn't evidence.

What is the formula to calculate the fall time?
« Last Edit: July 03, 2019, 05:30:49 AM by Macarios »
I don't have to fight about anything.
These things are not about me.
When one points facts out, they speak for themselves.
The main goal in all that is simplicity.

Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #156 on: July 03, 2019, 05:59:29 AM »
No, because gravity is not a hoax!
It is so, you know, I know, she knows, he knows, even Trump knows.

Trump is an idiot and knows nothing.
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But all your gravity hoax rubbish has nothing to do with the topic "If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work".
If gravity does not exist,even so accelerometers may work in many ways. Your childish attemps can not change this fact that accelerometers do not need gravity hoax.
So what about explaining that to us because cellphone networks and GPS have nothing whatsoever to do with it.
GPS uses GSm networks. Pings them and finds its location. Simple to get and use. You are as ignorant as can't get this simple explanation. Because you are denying the facts by closing your eyes with your blind alts or partners.
No no how many times do we have to go round this again no, GPS is not determined using a phone signal. Stop saying it, it's not true, you're making it up with no evidence to support your claims. It's just not true. Give it up.

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The tablet I'm using now has no cellphone network connection and three accelerometers work exactly the same whether or not the GPS is turned.
It does not use GSM line, it evaluates incoming GSM signals.

Again, no no no, you're making stuff up. Stop it.
The Universal Accelerator is a constant farce.

Flattery will get you nowhere.

From the FAQ - "In general, we at the Flat Earth Society do not lend much credibility to photographic evidence."

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #157 on: July 03, 2019, 06:04:08 AM »
Ok, if you tried to think about those previous questions, now is the time to ask you this:

Imagine bar of 1000 kg of steel, 5 meter long.
Calculate the time it will take to fall from the height of 981 meter to the ground.

Do it on your own. You know how to calculate it.
That way nobody can manipulate you.

After you calculate that time, cut off one meter of that chunk.
It will now be 4 meters long and 800 kg heavy.
Calculate now the time this one will take to fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Now take that part that you cut off.
The small part is 200 kg, and 1 meter long.
Again: time of fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Compare the times.

I don't understand why did you use 981 metres highness. It simply means nothing.

You do it, You compare times then see they are different. Your blabbing isn't evidence.

What is the formula to calculate the fall time?

It is clear that it isn't what you do think.  ;D


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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #158 on: July 03, 2019, 06:18:07 AM »
Ok, if you tried to think about those previous questions, now is the time to ask you this:

Imagine bar of 1000 kg of steel, 5 meter long.
Calculate the time it will take to fall from the height of 981 meter to the ground.

Do it on your own. You know how to calculate it.
That way nobody can manipulate you.

After you calculate that time, cut off one meter of that chunk.
It will now be 4 meters long and 800 kg heavy.
Calculate now the time this one will take to fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Now take that part that you cut off.
The small part is 200 kg, and 1 meter long.
Again: time of fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Compare the times.

I don't understand why did you use 981 metres highness. It simply means nothing.

You do it, You compare times then see they are different. Your blabbing isn't evidence.

What is the formula to calculate the fall time?

It is clear that it isn't what you do think.  ;D
What is the formula?

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Macarios

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #159 on: July 03, 2019, 06:29:44 AM »
Ok, if you tried to think about those previous questions, now is the time to ask you this:

Imagine bar of 1000 kg of steel, 5 meter long.
Calculate the time it will take to fall from the height of 981 meter to the ground.

Do it on your own. You know how to calculate it.
That way nobody can manipulate you.

After you calculate that time, cut off one meter of that chunk.
It will now be 4 meters long and 800 kg heavy.
Calculate now the time this one will take to fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Now take that part that you cut off.
The small part is 200 kg, and 1 meter long.
Again: time of fall from 981 meter to the ground.

Compare the times.

I don't understand why did you use 981 metres highness. It simply means nothing.

You do it, You compare times then see they are different. Your blabbing isn't evidence.

What is the formula to calculate the fall time?

It is clear that it isn't what you do think.  ;D

What do you think?
I don't have to fight about anything.
These things are not about me.
When one points facts out, they speak for themselves.
The main goal in all that is simplicity.

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #160 on: July 03, 2019, 08:55:23 AM »
Where is experiment? Your claiming "These two objects fall together from whichever height I tried to drop them" does not magically this experiment exist.

Ofcourse you will deny it.
Even if I post hundreds of videos, you would still try to find some excuses.
On the other hand, if you do it yourself, you can't close your eyes and hide from it.
(You can, but that's another story.)

Dare you to take two objects yourself and drop them together.
(And to be honest to yourself.)

I did it, it is your turn now. :)

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Find your own objects, I won't mail you these.

I've done this experiment before. I left a ball and a stone down from the roof of the building and the stone fell earlier than ball. Your turn. Start to find excuses why stone falls earlier than plastic ball. Start to excuse of your model.

Was the ball empty inside like a balloon? What was the air resistance?
Did you try the same experiment with two different stones instead? :)

(Remember, people can repeat and they will know if you are telling the truth.)

wherein the object is to use objects with different specific mass. If you use stone and wood, you will see a similar result. this experiment proved that gravity is a hoax. If you want to prove gravity being hoax just repeat same experiment and boom, that's all.

So, you say that "if air resistance interferes then the gravity is a hoax" ? :)

paint both materials with the same paint to eliminate the difference in friction. Is it ok now? Will you stop to cry and accept gravity is a hoax now?

LOL
To stop crying I would have to start first. :)

Let's try this step by step.

1. What will fall faster:
a - one 100 gram clay ball alone, or
b - two 100 gram clay balls together
c - they will have the same fall times

2. What will fall faster:
a - two 100 gram clay balls together
b - one 200 gram clay ball alone
c - they will have the same fall times

3. What will fall faster:
a - one 100 gram steel ball
b - one 100 gram clay ball
c - they will have the same fall times

4. What will fall faster:
a - one 100 gram steel ball and one 100 gram clay ball together
b - one 100 gram clay chunk wrapped around one 100 gram steel ball
c - they will have the same fall times

Think about each of these questions.
You don't have to answer, just learn.

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I know you will have complaints here, but after this I have the question with the opposite approach.

Can you share your results with proof please, other than blabbing?
You can find details in many places, how about you refer to one instead of asking people here.
Are you Macarios?


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Macarios

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Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #161 on: July 03, 2019, 12:57:27 PM »
Wise, which is correct:

1. falling object accelerates toward Earth?
2. Earth accelerates toward falling object?
I don't have to fight about anything.
These things are not about me.
When one points facts out, they speak for themselves.
The main goal in all that is simplicity.

Re: If gravity does not exist, how do accelerometers in phones work
« Reply #162 on: July 03, 2019, 03:15:28 PM »
GPS uses GSM datas, their ping times and decides its location. Simple to get, no need further explanation.
While it is irrelevant to this discussion, it does need further explanation, and more importantly, EVIDENCE!
How does the GPS RX magically change not only what it displays, but also the signal itself to convert the GSM signal into something fundamentally different?

And more importantly, how could a tiny accelerometer (less than 1 cm) use this data (where even GPS is only accurate to within a m or so at best) to determine which way is up?
It would need multiple location sensors which are extremely accurate.