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Old May 5th 2015, 10:04 PM   #1
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TYPICAL MISTAKE IN BOOKS ( physics )


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Important for me fact

James Clerk Maxwell, in 186164, published his theory of electromagnetic fields and radiation, which shows that light has momentum and thus can exert pressure on objects.

Radiation pressure in classical electromagnetism:
... it was published by James Clerk Maxwell in 1862
,and proven experimentally ( 1900 - 1901)
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_sail

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WHERE SUN STARTED 3D wave ?
I'm on the Earth I looking at SUN . I see actual Sun's position ?
not exist C + V respect to point p1 !!!




HUGE PROBLEM THAT I FEEL ?

WHERE in space 3D SIGNAL STARTED ?
WHERE I REGISTERING THE SIGNAL
( how far from point p1 )




EXIST VERY LOGIC SOLUTION ! in 2012 I MADE FIRST TEST !



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Old May 5th 2015, 10:12 PM   #2
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IN MY FIRST TEST I MADE 6 pictures

picture 1
camera -----BULB >>> 30 km/s

picture 2

Bulb --------camera >>> 30 km/s


Picture 3
camera ------Bulb >>> 30 km/s

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........... picture 6



CAMERA IS NOT REGISTERING THE SAME BRIGHTNESS ( INTENSITY )
I not changing BULB during test
and Bulb is HOT
direction is reason why 190000 points
in camera not feel the same energy !!


Discovery : brightness of pictures West and East are not the same
Reason ? Eart's Velocity 30 km/s = 30 000 000 mm/s
( Camera SEE biger/ smaller bulb INVERSE SQUARE LAW respect to p1,2,p3...pn)
(NIKON 5000d remote start, zero outside light ,stative, manual set ,
time 10s , F 8 , Iso 200 - /10 cm to bulb / filtre is important !!!)



http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-MvlrPdm4Cv...from-space.jpg

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Old May 6th 2015, 03:13 AM   #3
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Okay, Marosz. I have worked with you for a while now at showing you how to make a point with limited success, but it was with some success. In this effort I largely ignored the Physics involved for this purpose.

It is now time to address the Physics.

I'll be blunt: People have told you time and again that your ideas either a) not new, 2) are misapplied, and/or 3) simply wrong. You aren't listening. I was hoping to set up some sort of dialogue and discuss what's wrong with your ideas but in light of the rocket/train/bus issue that you are completely ignoring me about I have decided to bring this to an end.

If you want to ask questions, or honestly discuss something, feel free to come back. If you merely want to try to "show off" your ideas then please do not return.

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