The Perfect Clock

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by Asexperia, Oct 18, 2017.

  1. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    You mean new-word "magnitive".
     
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  3. Kittamaru Never cruel nor cowardly... Staff Member

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    Nope pseudo-word was exactly what it is and exactly what I meant to say.
     
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  5. Michael 345 In China - finding my way :) Valued Senior Member

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    Love the term word salad

    Wonder why the word is just not submitted to Mirriam Webster?

    Afraid of rejection?

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  7. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    I'm not interested.
     
  8. Michael 345 In China - finding my way :) Valued Senior Member

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    Well stop posting it
    Nobody here is interested in it either

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  9. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    You aren't interested, but 2,514 views say the opposite since October 18.
     
  10. Michael 345 In China - finding my way :) Valued Senior Member

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    From this forum?
    World wide?
    And repeat views?

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  11. Kittamaru Never cruel nor cowardly... Staff Member

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    You do realize that, from a glance, it appears the bulk of those views are the same few of us here that are trying to explain to you why you are wrong, yes?

    Just because I see the shit Donald Trump does, that doesn't mean I agree with him... you do understand this concept?

    Granted, at this point, you are making it abundantly clear you are not here for discussion, but rather to soapbox.
     
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  12. river

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    There is no perfect clock , simply because we have no explores in deep space .

    Inotherwords , even atomic clocks are based on what we understand as movement between one moment to another . By electrons
     
  13. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    THE MEASURE OF TIME

    To measure time, two tools are required:

    1- A periodic phenomenon, like the movements of the Earth and clocks.
    2- The chromnesia or temporary memory.

    With no chromnesia we would only think of the present. Because of chromnesia, older people think in decades or even centuries. But Physics only considers the use of clocks.

    In the chromnesia we relate the different units and periods of time.

    We measure the past time (duration) and we project this measure into the future.

    The most accurate clocks would not be useful if we did not have chromnesia.
     
  14. Michael 345 In China - finding my way :) Valued Senior Member

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    Your posting is crap

    But let's examine how much you understand the crap you are posting

    Because of chromnesia, older people think in decades or even centuries

    So at at which age does a young person who doesn't think of decades or even centuries start thinking about said decades or even centuries?

    When did Physics get contemplative?

    The most accurate clocks would not be useful if we did not have chromnesia

    Oh I think they would. But let's tip toe into the cuckoo world a little distance. What does chromnesia add to the most accurate clocks to make them useful?

    Consider your item 2/ states 2- The chromnesia or temporary memory which if I understand that statement would indicate you think adding temporary memory to the most accurate clocks would make them useful

    I would venture all manufacturers of GPS equipment would disagree

    I await for you to enlighten me if I am mistaken

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  15. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    In the others magnitudes (length, temperature, mass, etc,) only
    is required that the observer verifies the measure (in the instrument).
     
  16. Michael 345 In China - finding my way :) Valued Senior Member

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    Talking to yourself again? You really should break the habit

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  17. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    Current clocks use a frequency or vibration that can be
    affected for the speed and gravity. Time wouldn't be relative
    if they used a perfect clock.

    I am waiting for the construction of the perfect clock.
     
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  18. Michael 345 In China - finding my way :) Valued Senior Member

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    So all that is needed to disprove Physics is a perfect clock

    Who knew it would be so easy

    How many Scientists are working on building a perfect clock and what will it be made of?

    And how precisely will the Scientists measure its perfection? when it will need to be measured against something that is already perfect?

    So what is already perfect against which the perfect clock can be compared?

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  19. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Correct - just as every other process that depends on time is affected.
    Yes, they would. A perfect clock measures time perfectly in its own reference frame. That is not the same as measuring time perfectly in other reference frames. They are all different, and depend on the speed of the frame.
    OK. You will be disappointed when that perfect clock works like all our other (nearly perfect) clocks.
     
  20. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Correct and all future clocks will also be affected by speed and gravity.
    Current and future rulers are also affected by speed and gravity.
     
  21. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    The count could be that high because (as in my case) people are just dropping by to chuckle at your silliness, not because they are interested.
     
  22. Schmelzer Valued Senior Member

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    If humanity never reaches the limits of GR and quantum theory, yes. So, you are so pessimistic that there will never be found a new, more fundamental theory?
     
  23. Asexperia Registered Senior Member

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    The vibrations of the turbines of an airplane affect clocks, not time.

    A change in time is, for example, 10 seconds in the past or
    10 seconds into the future. Clocks of the GPS are always in the present.
     
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