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Re: Prediction - Use Theory Or Evidence?

From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2012 00:28:21 +0100
Archived: Mon, 24 Sep 2012 12:46:48 -0400
Subject: Re: Prediction - Use Theory Or Evidence?

>From: Albert Baier <albertgbaier.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2012 11:04:22 -0500
>Subject: Re: Prediction - Use Theory Or Evidence?

>>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
>>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>>Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2012 16:29:53 +0100
>>Subject: Prediction - Use Theory Or Evidence?


>>"From all above we should soon anticipate 'instantaneous
>>communication' and, with 'inertial shielding' then f.t.l
propulsion is easy - with no mass effect consequences. Once
you've conquered 'inertia' then Relativity is dead. (No wonder
Einstein wouldn't have been pleased.)"


>Regarding 'instantaneous communication' and inertia, see my
>previous post here:


>The speed 'limit' of electromagnetic radiation is ~300,000 km/s,
>but this applies to EM radiation only. Nothing precludes FTL
>travel for other things, like gravity, or magnetic fields, which
>are instantaneous. Since particles can only be accelerated by
>electric fields, it follows that they can never exceed the speed
>of light. Since only charged particles can be accelerated, their
>speed is self-limited by their interaction with the accelerating
>field. Hotson explains exactly how this speed limit works for
>radiated fields. Matter may not be speed limited, but there
>isn't yet a way of testing this. Mass, inertia and gravitation
>are interesting aspects of the vacuum BEC; please review.

>I must stress this: modern physics can't explain the most
>fundamental aspects of the physical universe; don't expect to
>find the answers to your questions there.

Hello again Albert and List,

This extra late comment is provoked by several things: re-
reading Lee Smolin's 'Life of the Cosmos' where he remarked on
the shock of learning about entanglement - i.e. that some
"force" or "information" apparently travels instantaneously
between particles no matter what distance separates them - maybe
even halfway across the universe.

That reminded of a conclusion formed long ago: that the real
effects of inertia compel one to say that inertia too travels
instantaneously - over at least half the radius of the universe.
Why? Because, as any circus uni-cyclist will tell you, along
with scientists working with gyroscopes, the inertial effect
known as the 'gyroscopic principle' - which keeps uni-cyclists
upright and allows gyroscopes to work - also travels
'instantaneously' and, in line with Mach's Principle, that
originates in the "fixed stars" (i.e. the mass of the universe -
which, on aaverage, resides at about half the radius of the
universe, which itself is probably much bigger than the observed

A post last year also reminded me that the same effect has been
seen to affect a Foucault pendulum 'instantly' during an


And Tom Van Flandern's analysis and conclusions at



show that the same can probably be said for 'gravity'.

Yet none of these facts seem to be discussed (maybe not even
realized) by mainstream scientists.

Wonder why?


Ray D

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