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Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?

Universal Acceleration (UA) (by wiki.tfes.org)
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Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?

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Danang

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #30 on: September 21, 2019, 06:24:49 AM »
Human beings will go launching to the sky and at last 'fall' and live on the firmament as the new earth's surface.
This will kill most all macroscopic life.  Plants will be uprooted, dirt will fill the air.  Deep marine life would explode from lack of pressure, surface marine life would be cut off from their habitats as the oceans lift away.  Land animals would starve, with predators unable to hunt and prey unable to feed.  Maybe birds and insects could survive the longest, before all the plants die off, if the weightless dirt and water doesn't choke them out first.

Nice.

It's like the case of Noah's ark. By calculation all creature would die. Thanks God, there was Noah.

The same logic at the earth zero velocity 👉 Thanks God, there are Angels with extremely sophisticated technology.
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Danang

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #31 on: September 21, 2019, 06:28:39 AM »
Really?  I didn't know anyone measured the domes density. What is it?

The amount of mass.. dome & athmoplane.
In other words, you don't know. You're just making things up.

As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
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Unconvinced

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #32 on: September 21, 2019, 08:24:08 AM »
God used phew when designing the dome.  The crack is from when he forced it to fit on the earth.

rabinoz

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #33 on: September 21, 2019, 04:18:38 PM »
As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
But we can argue that phew does not accurately represent the (circumference)/(diameter) of a circle only π does that.
And π can be found to as great a precision as needed and your phew cannot.

Bye bye phew .

Danang

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #34 on: September 21, 2019, 05:42:06 PM »
As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
But we can argue that phew does not accurately represent the (circumference)/(diameter) of a circle only π does that.
And π can be found to as great a precision as needed and your phew cannot.

Bye bye phew .

"No Calculation is Hoax"

The smaller angle the more obvious that Pi cannot be used for 1D circular line calculations.

15° or 7.5 ° is enough to debunk Pi.

What if 0.44°?
r=1000,000 Cm AKA 10,000 Meters AKA 10 Kilometers.

Base line = 2Sin(0.44/2) = 0.0076794×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.43 Cm (76.7943 Meters)

Pi's arc = (0.44°/360°)×2×3.14159= 0.0038397×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.44 Cm (76.7944 Meters)

Phew's arc (0.44°/360°)×2×3.17157= 0.00387636×1000,000 Cm= 7,752.72 Cm (77.5272 Meters).

Neck= 0.00000737173× 1000,000 Cm = 7.37 Cm

Difference between Phew's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 73.3 Cm.

Difference between Pi's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 0.019 Cm.

So.. The difference or pressure of 0.019 Cm AKA 0.19 MILImeters is Impossible to lift up a neck of 7.37 CENTImeters. Moreover the baseline scale of 7,679.43 Cm or 76.7943 Meters is much longer than the prevous base line size of 26.1 Cm and 13.08 Cm.
TRY: (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE Map AKA Phew FE Map and Downwards Universal Deceleration.

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Danang

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #35 on: September 21, 2019, 05:43:29 PM »
Illustration

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rabinoz

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #36 on: September 21, 2019, 06:05:06 PM »
As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
But we can argue that phew does not accurately represent the (circumference)/(diameter) of a circle only π does that.
And π can be found to as great a precision as needed and your phew cannot.

Bye bye phew .

"No Calculation is Hoax"
So you say! Bye bye phew .

Danang

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• Everything will be "Phew" in its time :')
Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #37 on: September 21, 2019, 11:30:45 PM »
As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
But we can argue that phew does not accurately represent the (circumference)/(diameter) of a circle only π does that.
And π can be found to as great a precision as needed and your phew cannot.

Bye bye phew .

"No Calculation is Hoax"
So you say! Bye bye phew .

Bye bye, see you on phew day: march 17th ✌
TRY: (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE Map AKA Phew FE Map and Downwards Universal Deceleration.

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mightythor

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #38 on: September 22, 2019, 11:51:10 AM »
Universal centripetal acceleration. (Water in a bucket theory).
The universe is in a container tied to a long tether being spun around in circles,  like water in a bucket.

mak3m

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #39 on: September 23, 2019, 02:13:45 PM »
As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
But we can argue that phew does not accurately represent the (circumference)/(diameter) of a circle only π does that.
And π can be found to as great a precision as needed and your phew cannot.

Bye bye phew .

"No Calculation is Hoax"

The smaller angle the more obvious that Pi cannot be used for 1D circular line calculations.

15° or 7.5 ° is enough to debunk Pi.

What if 0.44°?
r=1000,000 Cm AKA 10,000 Meters AKA 10 Kilometers.

Base line = 2Sin(0.44/2) = 0.0076794×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.43 Cm (76.7943 Meters)

Pi's arc = (0.44°/360°)×2×3.14159= 0.0038397×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.44 Cm (76.7944 Meters)

Phew's arc (0.44°/360°)×2×3.17157= 0.00387636×1000,000 Cm= 7,752.72 Cm (77.5272 Meters).

Neck= 0.00000737173× 1000,000 Cm = 7.37 Cm

Difference between Phew's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 73.3 Cm.

Difference between Pi's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 0.019 Cm.

So.. The difference or pressure of 0.019 Cm AKA 0.19 MILImeters is Impossible to lift up a neck of 7.37 CENTImeters. Moreover the baseline scale of 7,679.43 Cm or 76.7943 Meters is much longer than the prevous base line size of 26.1 Cm and 13.08 Cm.

Only one issue, Pi is demonstrable in 1d, phew isn't.

Try it yourself
You have to learn to reply without quoting a long previous answer.

Danang

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• Everything will be "Phew" in its time :')
Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #40 on: September 23, 2019, 03:42:40 PM »
As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
But we can argue that phew does not accurately represent the (circumference)/(diameter) of a circle only π does that.
And π can be found to as great a precision as needed and your phew cannot.

Bye bye phew .

"No Calculation is Hoax"

The smaller angle the more obvious that Pi cannot be used for 1D circular line calculations.

15° or 7.5 ° is enough to debunk Pi.

What if 0.44°?
r=1000,000 Cm AKA 10,000 Meters AKA 10 Kilometers.

Base line = 2Sin(0.44/2) = 0.0076794×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.43 Cm (76.7943 Meters)

Pi's arc = (0.44°/360°)×2×3.14159= 0.0038397×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.44 Cm (76.7944 Meters)

Phew's arc (0.44°/360°)×2×3.17157= 0.00387636×1000,000 Cm= 7,752.72 Cm (77.5272 Meters).

Neck= 0.00000737173× 1000,000 Cm = 7.37 Cm

Difference between Phew's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 73.3 Cm.

Difference between Pi's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 0.019 Cm.

So.. The difference or pressure of 0.019 Cm AKA 0.19 MILImeters is Impossible to lift up a neck of 7.37 CENTImeters. Moreover the baseline scale of 7,679.43 Cm or 76.7943 Meters is much longer than the prevous base line size of 26.1 Cm and 13.08 Cm.

Only one issue, Pi is demonstrable in 1d, phew isn't.

Try it yourself

I can't believe it, you denied the obvious calculation.
TRY: (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE Map AKA Phew FE Map and Downwards Universal Deceleration.

Phew's Silicon Valley: https://gwebanget.home.blog/

Danang

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• Everything will be "Phew" in its time :')
Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #41 on: September 23, 2019, 05:15:06 PM »
Universal centripetal acceleration. (Water in a bucket theory).
The universe is in a container tied to a long tether being spun around in circles,  like water in a bucket.

Sometimes I thought this way.
With respect to centripental force, how to maintain earth's stability, sea especially.
TRY: (Curved Grided) South Pole Centered FE Map AKA Phew FE Map and Downwards Universal Deceleration.

Phew's Silicon Valley: https://gwebanget.home.blog/

rabinoz

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #42 on: September 23, 2019, 06:34:26 PM »
Sometimes I thought this way.
With respect to centripental force, how to maintain earth's stability, sea especially.
What is the problem? On the scale of something the size of the Globe the earth acts as if it's a very viscous liquid - magma!

So the oceans and land all conform closely to the shape dictated by gravitation and centripetal accelerations - called hydrostatic equilibrium.

Macarios

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #43 on: September 23, 2019, 08:23:53 PM »
Universal centripetal acceleration. (Water in a bucket theory).
The universe is in a container tied to a long tether being spun around in circles,  like water in a bucket.

So the tether is longer than the Universe.

It can explain why gravity drops with altitude:
The higher we go, the radius gets shorter but the tangential speed gets smaller and the expression m v2 / r gets smaller.

Based on a couple of measurements we can calculate the speed of rotation and the length of the tether.
Unfortunately, the drop of gravitation with altitude is not linear, which drops the tether assumption.

Here we also have to ask: Where is all that happening?
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.

mak3m

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Re: Which FE gravitation theory makes more sense?
« Reply #44 on: September 24, 2019, 03:31:52 AM »
As much as phew=3.17157, nobody can argue with phew
But we can argue that phew does not accurately represent the (circumference)/(diameter) of a circle only π does that.
And π can be found to as great a precision as needed and your phew cannot.

Bye bye phew .

"No Calculation is Hoax"

The smaller angle the more obvious that Pi cannot be used for 1D circular line calculations.

15° or 7.5 ° is enough to debunk Pi.

What if 0.44°?
r=1000,000 Cm AKA 10,000 Meters AKA 10 Kilometers.

Base line = 2Sin(0.44/2) = 0.0076794×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.43 Cm (76.7943 Meters)

Pi's arc = (0.44°/360°)×2×3.14159= 0.0038397×1000,000 Cm = 7,679.44 Cm (76.7944 Meters)

Phew's arc (0.44°/360°)×2×3.17157= 0.00387636×1000,000 Cm= 7,752.72 Cm (77.5272 Meters).

Neck= 0.00000737173× 1000,000 Cm = 7.37 Cm

Difference between Phew's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 73.3 Cm.

Difference between Pi's arc and 0.44° Base Line = 7,679.44 Cm - 7,679.43 Cm = 0.019 Cm.

So.. The difference or pressure of 0.019 Cm AKA 0.19 MILImeters is Impossible to lift up a neck of 7.37 CENTImeters. Moreover the baseline scale of 7,679.43 Cm or 76.7943 Meters is much longer than the prevous base line size of 26.1 Cm and 13.08 Cm.

Only one issue, Pi is demonstrable in 1d, phew isn't.

Try it yourself

I can't believe it, you denied the obvious calculation.

In 1d phew is not measurable of demonstrable, try it get your self a tape measure and a flat surface, it doesn't work?

In your long equation you are messing about with double angle formula, however it doesn't fit within the 6 standard expressions of trigonometry.

What is the outer base line and neck??? if you are trying to quantify the length of the arc just use the standard arc length formula.

If you need further proof switch the units, phew doesn't get close to working in radians.

Think I will stick with PI day on 14th March mate.
You have to learn to reply without quoting a long previous answer.