A Paradox of science.

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  1. theorist-constant12345 Banned Banned

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    I will ask you all how a probable comparison can be overlooked, if a voltage through a wire can make an electro motive force, then surely a great big sun can make a very big and very expansive electromotive force. forget the em radiation part.

    The sun proton plus plus

    s1 layer mercury electrons=a protons=b

    s2 layer Venus electrons = c protons=d

    p1 layer Earth electrons =e protons=f

    etc etc
     
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  3. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    OK. But like I said, EM radiation is not electromotive force (EMF.) You need to learn the difference.

    BTW did you know it's impossible to ride a bike without a gyroscope? You'd fall over.
     
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    Yes you need to find your balance first, I do know EMF and EM radiation are different , was just a thought at the moment.
     
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  7. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    No, it's impossible, I have a picture.

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  8. theorist-constant12345 Banned Banned

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    Are you on about the center of gravity?
     
  9. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    No, just how it's impossible to balance on a bicycle. Try it yourself; a bicycle will fall over if you try to balance it on a flat surface. It's a scientific fact that you need three points to balance something.
     
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    Oh i got you now you mean wheels.
     
  11. theorist-constant12345 Banned Banned

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    Bmx persons seem to balance quite well by using their body mass?

    oh re-read you mean without a rider.
     
  12. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    No, they can't. Again, try it yourself. It is scientifically impossible to balance something on only two points. See picture below.

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    Do you want to know how to make it stand up with no 3rd support that is an easy one
     
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    Will not let me view your link sorry
     
  15. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    No, it's impossible. Here's another picture proving that I am right.

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    Here's the only way a bike can stand up. Count how many points are touching the ground!

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    You would only need to widen the wheels to balance the center of gravity, it would stand on two wheels then, yes the standard bikes fall over for sure.
     
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    You don't "balance a centre of gravity".
    That's a meaningless phrase.
     
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    You increase the width of the wheels to find a centre of gravity .
     
  19. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Not true! Here's a picture of a wide tire bike. See? It still needs a special thing next to it to hold it up.

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    Still not wide enough at least the width of the handle bars creating a front and rear plane.
     
  21. theorist-constant12345 Banned Banned

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    and low profile tires to gain more surface contact.

    The tyres have got to compensate for a fulcrum for the handle bars, a weight shift to one side by the chain, seat height, etc.
     
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    I have a feeling if you took the wheels off on this bike removing the sprocket of the rear wheel those wheels may balance and stand upright whilst frame is standing up balanced by the crank arm.

    Job done lol

    or in failing that some really strong glue and glue the tyres to the floor.
     
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  23. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Sure, you can glue it to the floor. You just can't ride them and balance. It's a scientific fact.
     
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