What I mean is, you'll need to defend this assertion there are multiple errors. I am very careful when it comes to the physics, so you'll need to be much more clearer than you have been so far.
What I mean is, you'll need to defend this assertion there are multiple errors. I am very careful when it comes to the physics, so you'll need to be much more clearer than you have been so far.
I don't understand? Have we not been through it already?
By dimensional analysis alone, it's clear what the equation intended.
I went back through the thread,and I realized that you did not actually indicate that, which is why I asked the question.
It is not clear, to me. As I said earlier, dimensional analysis can result in many different equations. I would like to know if you intended to integrate the right hand side with respect to V. If so, the answer would be consistent with dimensional analysis, but it would not agree with your answer, even though your answer is also consistent with dimensional analysis.By dimensional analysis alone, it's clear what the equation intended.
ETA:
Just trying to be clear!
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Say what? You do realize I calculated all the terms equivalently beforehand? I know they are equivalent because I can demonstrate it, through that subject of dimensional analysis that you don't seem to have much respect for. The ability to understand not only equivalent terms but also through dimensional analysis allows me to write the equation above. It hasn't been done in any ad hoc way either.
I say no ad hoc way, because as it turns out, and I have demonstrated before, the equations that describe the Reyleigh Plesset equation are pretty much the same as those we use in the Friedmann equation, except for some minor differences, but the structure was there. I knew from those studies, how to write the rotating charges from a logarithmic spiral - that term fit into the equations nicely. So I don't know what makes you think they don't all work together.
What?! I'm a huge advocate of dimensional analysis. I preach it to my children, my students, my colleagues.
I'd just like the answer to this question:The ability to understand not only equivalent terms but also through dimensional analysis allows me to write the equation above. It hasn't been done in any ad hoc way either.
I'm not in a habit of repeating myself. The instructions are clear in the OP. We've been through this, this is why you brought up the logarithm thing... well actually, you didn't bring it up, you were intentionally vague. If this is how you cross-examine, I am bored to be quite frank.
Tone it down, Dubbelosix, the question is warrented.
From a quick check, the first two terms of the RHS of the bottom cited equation in post #32 by Grapes, are incorrect when you integrate 1/V over V in those two terms. It looks like instead of integrating over V you just multiplied the RHS of the equation by V.
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Then the question is not warranted because I have actually replied to this. Sorry, this goes both ways, if you want people to engage with their theories, I expect people to be more honest when approaching these conversations with me. WE have actually covered the whole ''what are you doing with dV/V'' and I am not going over it again.
You may close the thread.
Last edited by Dubbelosix; 2018-Jun-04 at 12:21 PM.
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Hello! I asked kindly for this to be closed now, it's expired it's time in my eyes. My choice of next topic will be one I think people would like to discuss more, the dark matter thread. I have since came across material which has concluded in my mind, a lot of the statements I made that day, were largely mainstream. I think we all have a responsibility to keep up with the ''times,'' though that also means, accepting when the evidence for dark matter is turning against.