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Macro Spin Levels and the Relativistic Universe Model

 
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Did you know gravity values fluctuate? It is not a constant.

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The new values using the best laboratory equipment to-date disagreed wildly to the point that many are doubting about the constancy of this parameter and some are even postulating entirely new forces to explain these gravitational anomalies.

Why? Because it depended on where we were in space!

It depended on how all the Macro Levels were spinning!
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If all the Macro Spin Levels are spinning the same direction, then you add up all the speeds per Spin Level...If ony of the Levels are spinning in the other direction, subtract the velocity...

Once you get this, I'm going to throw a HUGE surprise into the mix...


You see, how in this model, all of them are spinning in the same direction...?

But we know that within 12 hours the Earth's Spin level will be going against the others...right?

:univaaa:
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reminds me of the mayan calendar
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[link to www.blazelabs.com]

Just a couple of years ago, Mikhail Gershteyn, a visiting scientist at the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Centre and his colleagues have successfully experimentally demonstrated that the well known force of gravity between two test bodies varies with their orientation in space, relative to a system of distant stars. Their remarkable finding has been also been issued on the journal 'Gravitation and Cosmology'. George Spagna, a chairman of the physics dept at Randolph-Macon College, argued that Mikhail and his colleagues must provide theoretical justification to be convincing.

...and some more

Variations in G are not only present in Cavendish experiments and free fall setups. They have been recorded by nature in several ways, which we can now interpret and use to find out the constraints of the variation of the gravitational constant over a long period of time. Astrophysical constraints on this variation have been obtained using various observation methods including lunar occultations and eclipses (Muller et al 1991), and planetary and lunar radar-ranging measurements (Shapiro 1990), helioseismology (Guenther et al 1998), primordial nucleosynthesis (Olive et al 1990), gravitational lensing (Krauss & White 1992), and white dwarf luminosity function (Garcia et al 1995). Determinations based on celestial mechanics provide the constraints on the variation of G of (dG/dt)/Go ≤ 10E-12/year. Other methods, such as those utilizing neutron star masses (Thorsett 1996), globular cluster ages (Degl'Innocenti et al 1995), and binary pulsar timings (Damour & Gundlach 1991) and helioseismology (Demarque et al). 1994, have yielded similar constraints on the long term averaged variation of the gravitational constant. Another way to determine the long term average change in G is by analysing the variation of planets' radii. The best limit comes from Mercury, which gave the limit on the variability of G, (dG/dt)/G ≤ 8E-12/year, which comes from the fact that the radius of Mercury has changed at most one km during the last 3000 to 4000 million years.


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If all the Macro Spin Levels are spinning the same direction, then you add up all the speeds per Spin Level...If ony of the Levels are spinning in the other direction, subtract the velocity...

Once you get this, I'm going to throw a HUGE surprise into the mix...


You see, how in this model, all of them are spinning in the same direction...?

But we know that within 12 hours the Earth's Spin level will be going against the others...right?

:univaaa:



reminds me of the mayan calendar
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the ancients knew some fucking shit!
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so man,

whats the summary of this ?

is earth on a path towards galactic core or what ?
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Gravity here on Earth is affected by where we are at in space.

The more the Macro Levels align, the faster we are spinning, the greater the mass, the heavier the gravity.

And remember, this runs in cycles. How come we don't have animals the size of dinosaurs after they became extinct?
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so man,

whats the summary of this ?

is earth on a path towards galactic core or what ?
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Natural consequences of change in mass
[link to www.blazelabs.com]

Given the knowledge of such mechanism, even if lacking a comprehensive set of accurate data to complete exact mass variations calculations at all spin levels, and knowledge of a possible 4th spin level, we can still evaluate the consequences of the spin levels treated here. For Spin level 3, the mass variation will be due to the rotation of the galaxy about its own axis. This mass variation will oscillate periodically every about 226 million years, the time for the solar system to make one complete cycle around our galaxy. Such a mass variation would be even greater than that of level 2, and would literally oscillate the mass values of all bodies within the solar system, including the sun. This means that as a consequence of the 3rd Macro Spin Level, all the planets' orbits will decrease their radial distances from the sun and get very close to each other for the first 112 million years, and then do the opposite on the next 112 million years. We currently have evidence that the earth, and all planets are in fact getting closer to the sun, and now we know why.

Another consequence of such big variation in mass of all objects within the solar system, is that while the planets themselves increase in mass, gravity can possibly crush them into higher density planets. Bigger animals will have less chance to survive as their bodies collapse due to their weight, and animals start getting smaller. In the case where the value of G changes abruptly, only the small 'versions' survive. Scientists are now convinced that what we refer to as birds, are in fact the survivors of the small scale dinasours. This can also explain a lot of known history of unsolved evolution facts. When on the next 112 million year cycle, mass starts to diminish again, Earth's density will decrease, possibly Earth itself would expand in radius, explaining why continents' coastlines are almost a perfect fit to each other, and could once cover the whole surface of a smaller earth. Animals grow taller and bigger as their muscles would be able to lift bigger bodies, and for us humans, building up temples with huge rocks, without any impossible machinery, would be like playing with blocks! Does this solve another mystery?
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aaaaaaaaaaaaalright.

any of this mass change, may not be possible because the spiritual mass on the planet is increasing, due to whatever reason.

e=mc2 maybe ?
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aaaaaaaaaaaaalright.

any of this mass change, may not be possible because the spiritual mass on the planet is increasing, due to whatever reason.

e=mc2 maybe ?
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Mass varies with its absolute velocity
..and together with gravitational constant G, over 50 other scientific units depend on stars position!
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Mass varies with its absolute velocity
..and together with gravitational constant G, over 50 other scientific units depend on stars position!

 Quoting: Sickscent


what im meaning is,

as per ra says,

couldnt the mass be increasing, because the frequencies (hence energies) of the inhabitants are increasing ?
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Mass varies with its absolute velocity
..and together with gravitational constant G, over 50 other scientific units depend on stars position!



what im meaning is,

as per ra says,

couldnt the mass be increasing, because the frequencies (hence energies) of the inhabitants are increasing ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 929725


Per Ra, but this is a scientifically based theory.

BTW, I love Law of One, but I am only presenting this material as a science. afro
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so to time travel, you need to project something to move faster than 0.46km/sec or 30km/sec or 250km/sec.

when you get there, do the bodies of the universe catch up with you? or are you stuck in a white room for a long time?
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Re: Macro Spin Levels and the Relativistic Universe Model
Mass varies with its absolute velocity
..and together with gravitational constant G, over 50 other scientific units depend on stars position!



what im meaning is,

as per ra says,

couldnt the mass be increasing, because the frequencies (hence energies) of the inhabitants are increasing ?


Per Ra, but this is a scientifically based theory.

BTW, I love Law of One, but I am only presenting this material as a science. afro
 Quoting: Sickscent


my point here is,

to explain an occurring phenomenon, numerous theories can be put forth.

so far what i understand is, this thingamajig is a theory.

it may as well be due to e=mc2 / spiritual mass relation that, these observations may be happening.

is there an astronomical proof for this ? ie, positions of planets towards each other etc ? do we know anything for sure ?
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Mass varies with its absolute velocity
..and together with gravitational constant G, over 50 other scientific units depend on stars position!



what im meaning is,

as per ra says,

couldnt the mass be increasing, because the frequencies (hence energies) of the inhabitants are increasing ?


Per Ra, but this is a scientifically based theory.

BTW, I love Law of One, but I am only presenting this material as a science. afro


my point here is,

to explain an occurring phenomenon, numerous theories can be put forth.

so far what i understand is, this thingamajig is a theory.

it may as well be due to e=mc2 / spiritual mass relation that, these observations may be happening.

is there an astronomical proof for this ? ie, positions of planets towards each other etc ? do we know anything for sure ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 929725


I agree with you. That is why I put forth this theory. There are many academic sciences that are going down dead end hallways. In my opinion, these other theories need to be exposed...and thought about in a constructive way.
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shocked


letting it sink in for a bit before I open my imagination....
"And though I believe in the ineffable glory of God, and though I might have experienced the undeniable reality of the Deity, and though I may know the secrets of the ages, these do not fulfill the Love in my heart. But to Change and Be and Do and dissolve both the subject of my person and the object of my God into the fluency of Empirical Providence. The Way, the Truth, and the Life."
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shocked


letting it sink in for a bit before I open my imagination....
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Yes, you have to let this one sink in. And for future, go to the link I provided.
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this is really good reading.
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is the 112 million year cycle constant?
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Yes, you have to let this one sink in. And for future, go to the link I provided.
 Quoting: Sickscent

Everything's going "teacups" on me! chuckle

Last Edited by Apotheosis Rex Khristos on 05/19/2010 10:53 PM
"And though I believe in the ineffable glory of God, and though I might have experienced the undeniable reality of the Deity, and though I may know the secrets of the ages, these do not fulfill the Love in my heart. But to Change and Be and Do and dissolve both the subject of my person and the object of my God into the fluency of Empirical Providence. The Way, the Truth, and the Life."
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Ahhhh, this is something interesting...

Adding up the 4 spin level velocities 0.993c + 0.007c + 0.000c + 0.000c = c

This re confirms that Spin level 4 must exist and its velocity is very close to the speed of light. Remember, the value we estimated previously for GAV gave us a value of 0.9828c, and this was based on the past records of deviation in G over a couple of decades. Also, given that no matter can travel faster than the speed of light, and that the observable universe is composed of matter, then, it follows that the sum of all spin level velocities cannot exceed c, and so anything trying to spin or travel faster than c, will start to have its axis tilted in a way that its velocity component in the direction of GAV never adds up to more than c. This would explain the earth's tilt to its orbit around the sun, and the solar system tilt along the galactic plane. These tilts vary according the the spin velocities... the higher the spins the greater the tilt. Earth's tilt results in seasons and is know to change from 21 to 25 degrees. The cause of this tilt has been long pondered upon by many scientists, and will remain an enigma, until the presented relativistic universe model is considered.



Pardon me while i bend my mind...
"And though I believe in the ineffable glory of God, and though I might have experienced the undeniable reality of the Deity, and though I may know the secrets of the ages, these do not fulfill the Love in my heart. But to Change and Be and Do and dissolve both the subject of my person and the object of my God into the fluency of Empirical Providence. The Way, the Truth, and the Life."
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And that picture of the huge femur is awesome!
"And though I believe in the ineffable glory of God, and though I might have experienced the undeniable reality of the Deity, and though I may know the secrets of the ages, these do not fulfill the Love in my heart. But to Change and Be and Do and dissolve both the subject of my person and the object of my God into the fluency of Empirical Providence. The Way, the Truth, and the Life."
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If all the Macro Spin Levels are spinning the same direction, then you add up all the speeds per Spin Level...If ony of the Levels are spinning in the other direction, subtract the velocity...

Once you get this, I'm going to throw a HUGE surprise into the mix...


You see, how in this model, all of them are spinning in the same direction...?

But we know that within 12 hours the Earth's Spin level will be going against the others...right?

:univaaa:



reminds me of the mayan calendar


the ancients knew some fucking shit!
 Quoting: Sickscent

+1
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Wow, That is some wicked intense shit?
[link to www.blazelabs.com]

excellent link. Thank You.

SS if you dont mind me asking, what is it you do for work? do you have a field of study?
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WOW you left brain people with your math and numbers are awsome! Thanks for the pics for us right brainys though. As soon as I see numbers my eyes go blurry. With the pics though, I can actually visualize what you are trying to say.

The expand and contract part seems to be key! Scientis need to drop that something out of nothing big bang stuff -inmo

hfThanks for the post, very interesting.
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It Gets Better.....

[link to www.spaceandmotion.com]
Please, dis-regard 90% of what I say as pure sarcasm...The rest is conviction...You Decide Which Is Which...


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