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#1 2010-07-01 20:57:50

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How a still man experience a moving man passed by light

To make it even simpler I simplify again:

1. We have a still ant and a moving ant & light moving in his direction.

However the by moving ants registered;
1. Speed of light, c.
2. Escaping velocity of light from still ant, c + v.
Are still in the relation c : c + v.

And speed isn't relativistic.

c(0)t(0) - v(0)t(1) = c(0)t(1)

c(0)t(0) = c(0)t(1) + v(0)t(1)

t(0) = t(1)(1 + (v/c))

t(0)/√(1 + (v/c)) = t(1)


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#2 2010-07-04 17:16:07

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Re: How a still man experience a moving man passed by light

That is why time dilation is not the same x-wise as z & y wise.

So basically we have the timedilation in the movement direction 1/(1+v/c), the one over the y & z planes, which is calculated like this:

( vt( 0 )( 1 + v/c ) ) + ct( 1,y ) = ct( 0 )

So:

t( 0 )( c - v(1 + (v/c) ) = ct( 1,y )

=

ct - tv^4/c - tv - 2tv/c

Thereby:

t - t( v/c )^4 - tv/c - 2tv/c = t( 1,y )

= t( 1 - (v + v/c) )

= t( 1 - (v + v/c)(v + v/c))

= t( 1 - (v(c + v)/c)) = t( 1,y )

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#3 2010-07-05 00:58:41

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Re: How a still man experience a moving man passed by light

That's why if one travel near in certain speeds, the momentum will become zero and there will be a big humongous bang that could destroy anything. Because time would stand still. Length would become zero. For instance if one travels in 1.22474 m/s.

The mass's time would become zero and its mass would become eternaly massive and we all would die.

When (2( 1 - (v(c + v)/c)^2) + (1 + v/c)^2)^ = 0 that would happen.

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#4 2010-07-06 02:11:40

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Re: How a still man experience a moving man passed by light

The gravitomagnetical effect would be some. (if someone could help me calculate the perpendicular force to the gravity?)


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