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2001-Nov-02, 04:23 PM
OK? Allright. I liked the idea from
Simon
Bad Newbie
Joined: Oct 23, 2001
posts: 9
From: Lebanon, currently
[INLINE] Posted: 2001-11-01 15:24
& also the "Edited" ones
I tink it pays to go back and rethink one thought
even if currently I have not done so. 10:02 A.M.PST & ed 10:04 A.M.PST

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2001-Nov-03, 01:42 AM
20011102 7:20 P.M. PST
On 2001-11-02 11:23, HUb' wrote:
From: 97209
[INLINE] Posted: 2001-11-02 11:23
??/????/
11:23
10:04
1:19 vellley interesting I `poise



currently I have 10:02 A.M. & 10:04 A.M.PST
reD? 7:23 P.M. PST
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Mr. X
2001-Nov-03, 05:09 AM
Hey HUb'!

That stuff I gave you is useful?

DStahl
2001-Nov-05, 06:54 AM
If we redefine our units of time so that

Mu, permeability of vacuum, = 1
Epsilon, permittivity of vacuum, = 1

Then

c, speed of light, = 1
Impedence of vacuum = 1

I'm too lazy to figure out what 1 joule or coulomb would end up being under this system, though.

2001-Nov-05, 06:55 AM
20011105 12:31 A.M. PST yeah ? HUb' Left:
On 2001-11-03 00:09, Mr. X wrote:
Hey HUb'!

That stuff I gave you is useful?
HUb' 12:32 A.M. yep without that "stuff"
I could not origonate. so thanks again.
i do have a Question about Post times
Like where does the post time come from
November 5, 2001 12:34 A.M. PST & 12:35 A.M.

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2001-Nov-05, 07:05 AM
On 2001-11-05 01:54, DStahl wrote:
If we redefine our units of time
HUb' hmm? yeah I think your on the right
trail? Listen it my guess that Gravity
& light exist in the same Media

Then
and its the interaction of gravity
AND maybe a reverse reaction that will
"EVENTUALLY" lead to some New discription$
of the media? I'll write Aether Eithor Iethor
under this system
and Coulomb (as a count )vs Count Avagarow$2
12:45 A.M. PST

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2001-Nov-13, 06:47 PM
OK? its true i've gone "back to the books"
I found one {free of course} called
Continental Drift a study of the Earths
moving surface. by D.H. & M.P Tarling
somewhere in there discussing Devonian{ coral rings
it mentions the fact that at some when ago
there were 400 days in an earth year as
recorded by those "coral rings"
well it does not matter if its true to me
or if its an exuration of the true fact.
I'll jump on it like the truth and say
{mostly to myself}

1 eithor the spin rate has slowed {longer days}
2 the Earth orbital period has lowerd {short year
3 or a combination of 1 & 2

well thats it for today i'll edit later 12:24 P.M.

CJSF
2001-Nov-13, 06:50 PM
(Standing, awestruck at HUb''s message)
I understood that! I really really understood that!

CJSF

ToSeek
2001-Nov-14, 01:49 PM
On 2001-11-13 13:47, HUb' wrote:

1 eithor the spin rate has slowed {longer days}
2 the Earth orbital period has lowerd {short year
3 or a combination of 1 & 2


The Earth's rotation is gradually slowing due to the effect of the moon, so I believe the correct answer is 1. I don't know of anything that would cause 2.

GrapesOfWrath
2001-Nov-14, 02:08 PM
On 2001-11-13 13:47, HUb' wrote:
well it does not matter if its true to me
or if its an exuration of the true fact.
I'll jump on it like the truth and say
{mostly to myself}

1 eithor the spin rate has slowed {longer days}
2 the Earth orbital period has lowerd {short year
3 or a combination of 1 & 2

well thats it for today i'll edit later 12:24 P.M.


Yeah, I think the post time is supposed to be Mountain Time (standard or daylight, depending) since the server is in Colorado, but their clock is screwed up. Their clock is now about 22 minutes fast. See this thread (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=34&forum=6&20).

Anyway, the general opinion is that number 1 is the case, and it corresponds pretty well with the lunar ranging data, which shows that the apparent tidal braking is still slowing the earth's rotation at about the same rate.

2001-Nov-14, 03:19 PM
HUb' 20011114 8:53 A.M. PST reply2:
On 2001-11-14 09:08, GrapesOfWrath wrote:

On 2001-11-13 13:47, HUb' wrote:





1 eithor the spin rate has slowed {longer days}






G/W See this thread (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=34&forum=6&20).

Anyway, the general opinion is that number 1 is the case, and it corresponds pretty well with the lunar ranging data, which shows that the apparent tidal braking is still slowing the earth's rotation at about the same rate.
HUb' first edition 8:56 A.M. PST EDIT edition 9:00 A.M. PST

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2001-Nov-14, 03:28 PM
On 2001-11-03 00:09, Mr. X wrote:
Hey HUb'!

That stuff I gave you is useful?
20011114 HUb' 9:02 A.M. PST Yes Yes
i've finally gone to the LIBRARY to update page
anyway heres my thought 4today
keep my total post number below 50 by
reEditing old posts. #2 try to get Delete access for any post made in a thread I began!#!

2001-Nov-14, 03:53 PM
20011114 HUb' 9:27 A.M. Reply2:
On 2001-11-14 08:49, ToSeek wrote:
[quote]
On 2001-11-13 13:47, HUb' wrote:

1 eithor the spin rate has slowed {longer days}




The Earth's rotation is gradually slowing due to the effect of the moon, so I believe the correct answer is 1.
HUb' ah ha the moon? I've read it moving away from earth at 1/2 continental drift rate {my math} so months? are getting longer ? Q#1

GrapesOfWrath
2001-Nov-14, 05:35 PM
On 2001-11-14 10:28, HUb' wrote:
anyway heres my thought 4today
keep my total post number below 50 by
reEditing old posts. #2 try to get Delete access for any post made in a thread I began!#!

My apologies, HUb', I'd thought you might be having delusions of grandeur (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=171&forum=1&1). Don't worry about the post count making you an intern, it don't hurt a bit.

2001-Nov-15, 01:17 PM
ToSeek 1-11-14 08: Earth's rotation is ` slowing
GrapesOfWrath 1-11-14 09: number 1 is the case,
prePREP HUB 1-11-14 10:04 A.M. hmm? for 11/15 PSt
Ok I gave up already on the Days/year as
something tells me the answer to Q#1 should show
as MOON's/Month | so reason(ill-) starts off like
1 Moon reSeeds from Earth ( Cm/ year ) yeah yeah (mm/mth)
2 Earth's spin-wobble rate reducing ? Due2 #1 above
3 their4 "Average" number of MOONs/month changes "nonlinerarly"
YEAH, i'll probably give up easily on < 50 Ed/ED 6:56 A.M. Test link = http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=171&forum=1&2

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2001-Nov-18, 10:22 AM
20011118 HUb' 3:52 A.M. PST Reply # 9 MUCUK 7 CEH
On 2001-11-14 08:49, ToSeek wrote:


On 2001-11-13 13:47, HUb' wrote: I dont know about D`Bait?
3:54 A.M. will try this.A Sun Solar wind..
B; becomes Deposite on Earth & increases mass .
2 the Earth orbital period has lowerd {short year
C so Earth moves tward Sun, cause its heaver

Actually I really think its the opposite {da}
The Earth's rotation is gradually slowing due to the effect of the moon, so I believe the correct answer is 1. I don't know of anything that would cause 2.
[/quote] I think it moves away (Longer years) cause the Sun Looses mass Faster