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bert...
Posted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 1:24 pm
 
On Nov 8, 11:30 am, "Hagar" <ha... at (no spam) sahm.name> wrote:
[quote]"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

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On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

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I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell Prize"
???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert

A laser force could be blocked by a mirror. Deflecting lasers could be
what Clark had in mind when in Star Trek " Kirk ordered shields up"
Well forces are on my mind and will keep posting my thoughts(ideas) on
them. Best to keep in mind "Humankind has harnessed the force of
EM,and we can see the light,cook our food,watch TV and let me type
this post all over the planet and so much more    TreBert

        ****************************************
Clark was the author of  "2001, A Space Odyssey" ... no Kirk
there, and no imaginary "Forse Fields".
So, let's get this right:  a mirror can reflect a laser to put up a "shield"
which in turn will stop any incoming missile ... yet the flimsy glass
mirror doesn't break ... you're true genius, BeeertBrain.
Some day science will even develop a spell-checker that can cope
with your unique bastardization of the English language.
[/quote]
Ass hole of the universe A mirror needs no glass You are a true
nobrainer of the universe TreBert
 
Hagar...
Posted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:16 pm
 
"bert" <herbertglazier79 at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message
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On Nov 8, 11:30 am, "Hagar" <ha... at (no spam) sahm.name> wrote:
[quote]"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:38cb2981-3281-4d79-b602-803b80a7be1a at (no spam) m20g2000prc.googlegroups.com...
On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:1d017271-5552-4850-b6af-ef06e3e067eb at (no spam) k11g2000vbf.googlegroups.com...

I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell
Prize"
???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert

A laser force could be blocked by a mirror. Deflecting lasers could be
what Clark had in mind when in Star Trek " Kirk ordered shields up"
Well forces are on my mind and will keep posting my thoughts(ideas) on
them. Best to keep in mind "Humankind has harnessed the force of
EM,and we can see the light,cook our food,watch TV and let me type
this post all over the planet and so much more TreBert

****************************************
Clark was the author of "2001, A Space Odyssey" ... no Kirk
there, and no imaginary "Forse Fields".
So, let's get this right: a mirror can reflect a laser to put up a
"shield"
which in turn will stop any incoming missile ... yet the flimsy glass
mirror doesn't break ... you're true genius, BeeertBrain.
Some day science will even develop a spell-checker that can cope
with your unique bastardization of the English language.
[/quote]
Ass hole of the universe A mirror needs no glass You are a true
nobrainer of the universe TreBert

***************************************
You told me .....
 
bert...
Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:49 am
 
On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:
[quote]On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:1d017271-5552-4850-b6af-ef06e3e067eb at (no spam) k11g2000vbf.googlegroups.com....

I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell Prize" ???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU  Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert
[/quote]
Force field such as gravity have been in my thoughts since I got a
gyro on my 8th birthday.(still have it) Einstein read Faraday's
"force fields" as I have. When Einstein came up with GR he had
gravitation as a force field. Best to keep in mind EM is a "Force
field" and could not be typing this if it were not TreBert
 
Brad Guth...
Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 2:12 am
 
On Nov 12, 2:49 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:
[quote]On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:1d017271-5552-4850-b6af-ef06e3e067eb at (no spam) k11g2000vbf.googlegroups.com....

I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell Prize" ???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU  Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert

Force field such as gravity have been in my thoughts since I got a
gyro on my 8th birthday.(still have it)   Einstein read Faraday's
"force fields" as I have. When Einstein came up with GR he had
gravitation as a force field.  Best to keep in mind EM is a "Force
field" and could not be typing this if it were not    TreBert
[/quote]
They will only remember you and your formula if you can manage to blow
something up, or at least start a war.

~ BG.
 
bert...
Posted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 4:02 am
 
On Nov 12, 5:49 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:
[quote]On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:1d017271-5552-4850-b6af-ef06e3e067eb at (no spam) k11g2000vbf.googlegroups.com....

I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell Prize" ???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU  Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert

Force field such as gravity have been in my thoughts since I got a
gyro on my 8th birthday.(still have it)   Einstein read Faraday's
"force fields" as I have. When Einstein came up with GR he had
gravitation as a force field.  Best to keep in mind EM is a "Force
field" and could not be typing this if it were not    TreBert
[/quote]
Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm How about having the event
horizon to link with,or being the wormhole? My thought being to
understand physics we must understand how nature uses event horizons.
Here is another kicker thought. Is the event horizon the two sides to
the same coin? Front side GR back side QM One coin I relate to one
universe,but with two seperate different parts. Heads I win Tails you
lose. Reality is both Micro & Macro realms are not possible. We are
Schrodinger's cat problem. We can't see out of the box. I have
tried,but with little luck(probability is I will never have time to
open the box) TreBert
 
Brad Guth...
Posted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 4:26 am
 
On Nov 13, 6:02 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:
[quote]On Nov 12, 5:49 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:



On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:1d017271-5552-4850-b6af-ef06e3e067eb at (no spam) k11g2000vbf.googlegroups.com...

I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell Prize" ???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU  Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert

Force field such as gravity have been in my thoughts since I got a
gyro on my 8th birthday.(still have it)   Einstein read Faraday's
"force fields" as I have. When Einstein came up with GR he had
gravitation as a force field.  Best to keep in mind EM is a "Force
field" and could not be typing this if it were not    TreBert

Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm    How about having the event
horizon to link with,or being the wormhole? My thought being to
understand physics we must understand how nature uses event horizons.
Here is another kicker thought.  Is the event horizon the two sides to
the same coin? Front side GR back side QM  One coin I relate to one
universe,but with two seperate different parts. Heads I win Tails you
lose.  Reality is both  Micro & Macro realms are not possible. We are
Schrodinger's cat problem. We can't see out of the box. I have
tried,but with little luck(probability is I will never have time to
open the box)   TreBert
[/quote]
The Great Attractor may be a wormhole that dozens or perhaps thousands
of galaxies are headed for at up to 750 km/sec from all directions.
Supposedly there's nothing there, but other instruments are looking
into it and discovering there's actually lots of gravity worthy stuff
in the GA.

http://iopscience.iop.org/1538-3881/133/3/979/205600.fg1.html
http://iopscience.iop.org/1538-3881/133/3/979/205600.text.html

"The Great Attractor is a gravity anomaly in intergalactic space
within the range of the Centaurus Supercluster that reveals the
existence of a localised concentration of mass equivalent to tens of
thousands of galaxies, observable by its effect on the motion of
galaxies and their associated clusters over a region hundreds of
millions of light years across.

These galaxies are all redshifted, in accordance with the Hubble Flow,
indicating that they are receding relative to us and to each other,
but the variations in their redshift are sufficient to reveal the
existence of the anomaly. The variations in their redshifts are known
as peculiar velocities, and cover a range from about +700 km/sec to
-700 km/sec, depending on the angular deviation from the direction to
the Great Attractor.

The first indications of a deviation from uniform expansion of the
universe were reported in 1973 and again in 1978. The location of the
Great Attractor was finally found in 1986 and lies at a distance of
somewhere between 150 million and 250 million light years (the latter
being the most recent estimate) from the Milky Way, in the direction
of the Hydra and Centaurus constellations. That region of space is
dominated by the Norma cluster (ACO 3627)[1], a massive cluster of
galaxies, and contains a preponderance of large, old galaxies, many of
which are colliding with their neighbours, and/or radiating large
amounts of radio waves.

Attempts to further study the Great Attractor and other phenomena are
hampered due to line of sight obstruction by its location in the zone
of avoidance (the part of the night sky obscured by the Milky Way
galaxy)."

JWST, if it ever gets deployed, should offer the best look-see into
the GA that we and many other galaxies are headed for.

~ BG
 
Saul Levy...
Posted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:27 am
 
I thought you were going to DIE SOON, BEERTbrainIDIOT?

YOU REALLY ARE A FUCKING LIAR, SENILE FOOL!

Saul Levy


On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 06:02:40 -0800 (PST), bert
<herbertglazier79 at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

[quote]Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm How about having the event
horizon to link with,or being the wormhole? My thought being to
understand physics we must understand how nature uses event horizons.
Here is another kicker thought. Is the event horizon the two sides to
the same coin? Front side GR back side QM One coin I relate to one
universe,but with two seperate different parts. Heads I win Tails you
lose. Reality is both Micro & Macro realms are not possible. We are
Schrodinger's cat problem. We can't see out of the box. I have
tried,but with little luck(probability is I will never have time to
open the box) TreBert[/quote]
 
HVAC...
Posted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:47 am
 
On 11/13/2010 9:02 AM, bert wrote:

[quote]
Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm
[/quote]

There is no such thing as 'concentrated' gravity.
(note corrected spelling)

Event horizon CANNOT take you back in time.

You're sort of retarded... Aren't you Bert?





--
Liberals take note: The US Constitution is NOT a suicide pact.
 
bert...
Posted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:05 am
 
On Nov 13, 9:47 am, HVAC <mr.h... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:
[quote]On 11/13/2010 9:02 AM, bert wrote:



Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm

There is no such thing as 'concentrated' gravity.
(note corrected spelling)

Event horizon CANNOT take you back in time.

You're sort of retarded... Aren't you Bert?

--
Liberals take note:  The US Constitution is NOT a suicide pact.
[/quote]
HVAC You are my spell checker,and Like Levy that is all you are good
for. Reality orbiting in a space ship for a year outside a BH event
horizon and then going back to Earth about 1,000 years would have gone
by. That's in Google. You being a nobrainer just don't get it.
TreBert
 
Brad Guth...
Posted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:55 am
 
On Nov 13, 6:02 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:
[quote]On Nov 12, 5:49 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:



On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:1d017271-5552-4850-b6af-ef06e3e067eb at (no spam) k11g2000vbf.googlegroups.com...

I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell Prize" ???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU  Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert

Force field such as gravity have been in my thoughts since I got a
gyro on my 8th birthday.(still have it)   Einstein read Faraday's
"force fields" as I have. When Einstein came up with GR he had
gravitation as a force field.  Best to keep in mind EM is a "Force
field" and could not be typing this if it were not    TreBert

Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm    How about having the event
horizon to link with,or being the wormhole? My thought being to
understand physics we must understand how nature uses event horizons.
Here is another kicker thought.  Is the event horizon the two sides to
the same coin? Front side GR back side QM  One coin I relate to one
universe,but with two seperate different parts. Heads I win Tails you
lose.  Reality is both  Micro & Macro realms are not possible. We are
Schrodinger's cat problem. We can't see out of the box. I have
tried,but with little luck(probability is I will never have time to
open the box)   TreBert
[/quote]
By way of the galactic disk formation is where stacking the weak
forces of gravity gets magnified and its range extended. However,
directly above or below the galactic disk is worth nearly worth zilch
unless two galaxies get within 1r of the other, because normally it
takes an on-edge encounter to do any real damage.

What other force gets stronger by way of stacking?

~ BG
 
Brad Guth...
Posted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:51 am
 
On Nov 13, 6:02 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:
[quote]On Nov 12, 5:49 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:



On Nov 7, 3:26 pm, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

On Nov 7, 1:54 pm, "Hagar" <hms... at (no spam) suregas.net> wrote:

"bert" <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote in message

news:1d017271-5552-4850-b6af-ef06e3e067eb at (no spam) k11g2000vbf.googlegroups.com...

I have not heard much about the FORSE Fields, Beeert ... have you
been sandbagging us ?? ... is that yet another attempt by you to sneak
to the head of the line in Oslo for that world renowned "No Bell Prize" ???

May the FORCE BE WITH YOU  Hagar the nobrainer of the universe
TreBert

Force field such as gravity have been in my thoughts since I got a
gyro on my 8th birthday.(still have it)   Einstein read Faraday's
"force fields" as I have. When Einstein came up with GR he had
gravitation as a force field.  Best to keep in mind EM is a "Force
field" and could not be typing this if it were not    TreBert

Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm    How about having the event
horizon to link with,or being the wormhole? My thought being to
understand physics we must understand how nature uses event horizons.
Here is another kicker thought.  Is the event horizon the two sides to
the same coin? Front side GR back side QM  One coin I relate to one
universe,but with two seperate different parts. Heads I win Tails you
lose.  Reality is both  Micro & Macro realms are not possible. We are
Schrodinger's cat problem. We can't see out of the box. I have
tried,but with little luck(probability is I will never have time to
open the box)   TreBert
[/quote]
By way of the galactic disk formation is where stacking the billions
of those weak forces of gravity gets magnified and its range
extended. However, from directly above or below the galactic disk is
worth nearly zilch unless two galaxies get within something less than
1r of the other, because normally it takes an on-edge encounter to do
any real galactic morphing or damage.

What other force gets stronger by way of stacking?

~ BG
 
Brad Guth...
Posted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:55 am
 
On Nov 6, 11:42 am, bert <herbertglazie... at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:
[quote]You all know me Just about 83 and when I sate something is possible I
could be right and no one jumps on me. When I think outside the
box(unknown stuff) I'm 100% wrong.  Alien thoughts are outside the
box. All alien thinking is like Gods "hocus pocus" Still I have always
posted to sometimes understand the universe possible stuff we have to
think in terms of the impossible.    I think of aliens coming to Earth
like Darla as Gods. Gods that can control all "Force Fields"  OK have
to throw in my view of "force fields here" They are the energy fields
that give case and effect of the universe.Reality is they are the
"POWER" of the universe.          I have my equation G=EMC^2 and it is
universe's # 1 force field. I see string theory as a "force field"
Could list other force fields as being heat, magnetisum  radioactive
decay Our get accelerators ,I can use force fields to explain
"plasma". Well I said I would post this "What if"on force fields
today,and so I did,but my thinking on force fields does not end
here.Reality is I could go on an on till my last breath   TreBert
[/quote]
By way of the galactic disk formation is where stacking the billions
of those weak forces of gravity gets magnified and its range
extended. However, from directly above or below the galactic disk is
worth nearly zilch unless two galaxies get within something less than
1r of the other, because normally it takes an on-edge encounter to do
any real galactic morphing or damage.

What other force gets stronger by way of stacking?

Putting a trillion electrons as aligned in a row doesn’t create a more
powerful electron force in that alignment, does it?

~ BG
 
HVAC...
Posted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:49 am
 
On 11/14/2010 9:05 AM, bert wrote:
[quote]

There is no such thing as 'concentrated' gravity.
(note corrected spelling)

Event horizon CANNOT take you back in time.

You're sort of retarded... Aren't you Bert?

--
Liberals take note: The US Constitution is NOT a suicide pact.

HVAC You are my spell checker,and Like Levy that is all you are good
for. Reality orbiting in a space ship for a year outside a BH event
horizon and then going back to Earth about 1,000 years would have gone
by. That's in Google. You being a nobrainer just don't get it.
TreBert
[/quote]

Gee whiz... It's in GOOGLE?

It MUST be true then.........


Listen up, snappahead. Time dilation deals with relative speed.

Didn't you know that?
 
Saul Levy...
Posted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:11 am
 
READ MY 24 REFEREED PAPERS, YOU SENILE IDIOT!

Abt and Levy, remember? It will bring up FOUR PAPERS REFERING TO US.

I guess you are JUST TOO STUPID TO EVEN DO THIS!

IDIOT!

BAWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Saul Levy


On Sun, 14 Nov 2010 06:05:07 -0800 (PST), bert
<herbertglazier79 at (no spam) msn.com> wrote:

[quote]HVAC You are my spell checker,and Like Levy that is all you are good
for. Reality orbiting in a space ship for a year outside a BH event
horizon and then going back to Earth about 1,000 years would have gone
by. That's in Google. You being a nobrainer just don't get it.
TreBert[/quote]
 
bert...
Posted: Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:43 am
 
On Nov 13, 9:47 am, HVAC <mr.h... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:
[quote]On 11/13/2010 9:02 AM, bert wrote:



Staying with this gravity as the universe's greatest force field gives
me this thinking. Is the consintrated gravity at the gate of the event
horizon of a quasars black hole the ultimate "force field?" Event
horizon can take you back in time Hmmm

There is no such thing as 'concentrated' gravity.
(note corrected spelling)

Event horizon CANNOT take you back in time.

You're sort of retarded... Aren't you Bert?

--
Liberals take note:  The US Constitution is NOT a suicide pact.
[/quote]
Our future acceleraters will get an added force field from powerfull
lasers. I am working on an ion jet engine using this idea. I call it a
pulse jet ion engine. I should give it its full name. "A ram jet
pulse ion engine" TreBert
 
 
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