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Re: Once More The Term 'Flying Saucers'

From: John Scheldroup <johnscheldroup.nul>
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 20:20:07 -0500
Archived: Sat, 06 Oct 2007 07:52:37 -0400
Subject: Re: Once More The Term 'Flying Saucers'

>From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 18:23:29 EDT
>Subject: Once More The Term 'Flying Saucers'

>Once again the gnawing problem about the term Flying Saucers is
>bothering me.

>If memory serves, Kenneth Arnold report didn't say he saw Flying
>Saucers, he said something to the effect that the objects he saw
>moved like when one skips saucers on water.


4 round particle accelerators emplaced in an triangular
shape, and the one in the middle for what?

The disk for all things concerned could be an accelerator of
particles for light matter?

A triangle is a likely worst shape for an accelerator or if
those reflectors of things made of light. Those curves a lower
conservation... and a bit hot... would this slow down other
properties of light things properties that become virtual. All
external shapes black triangle or round silver... would need the
best shape for small craft and acceleration of things particle.
One cause would effect whatever medium that affects light matter
right? Or whichever puts pressure upon the curvature of space
that would be things with matter right? Straight lines in
acceration then no friction, like a triangle or to the points it
hits in a tight curve...

Consider: What happens if you let a sphere or a torus disk that
has an perfect inner reflecting surface, that it contains
photons to become larger? The number of photons bouncing per
unit of time *should* go down, right? And these are the forces
that look like mass, right?

What about the direction of the photons? Only those going up &
down (or the vector components of the momentum others that do
otherwise) can contribute... a horizontally moving photon would
not show any 'mass' effect, would it?

Unless acceleration polarizes the photons in some way into
becoming vertical in direction.

Now consider that bound momentum in relation to Higgs... could
it be that all mass is just bound momentum in some way? How
would momentum be mediated to produce gravity or similar?

If you could orient all bound photons horizontally in "mass
particles" would the effective mass go to zero with energy &
momentum still being conserved?

What would it take to test any of this idle speculation?


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