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  1. What happens to the life-time salary of a federal judge

    At retirement to beome president? Can he revert to judgeship at end of presidential term?
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    Spacetime is a mathematical contrivance for the...

    Spacetime is a mathematical contrivance for the prrpose a define ravity as tge restoring force of a displaced quanta of a continumm (continuum mechanics- by asserting time,mass and length as...
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    If it takes light 14GYRs to reach us then the...

    If it takes light 14GYRs to reach us then the source had to have been at a distance of 14 GLYs away at the tme of emission. Assming the speed of recession is "c" then the age of the universe has to...
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    Looking back at the singularity and estimating...

    Looking back at the singularity and estimating its distance is like LA and NY occupyig the same space and time. NYmigrates yo where it is today and seeing when we got in our car in I LA to travel to...
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    Wel... the only way we can detect rotation is the...

    Wel... the only way we can detect rotation is the extra outward force on the expanding volume, like a ball on a large merry-go-round! Any other way would be to get ouside the universe.
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    Compter simulations of how the univrse evolved...

    Compter simulations of how the univrse evolved with gravity and postulated dark matter. Faithfully, I mean the simulations look like today.
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    Computer simulationsof how the universe evolved...

    Computer simulationsof how the universe evolved from the BB, gravity.black holes and postulating dark matter.
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    If simulations of the universe

    Was faithfully rendered before dark energy was postulated doesn't that indicate DE is non-existent, or at least the outward forces applied to the masses in a rotating universe?
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    Then light is operated on depending on its source...

    Then light is operated on depending on its source even though different light beams share the same medium? As for Red-Shift, is there a device for which wave analysis can detect a shift in spectral...
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    Apparently light from the early galaxies had to...

    Apparently light from the early galaxies had to travel through the same medium as the light from the BB.
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    If first light from the BB

    Devolved to micro-waves, why didn't the light from the first galaxies devolve?
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    Thanks

    Thanks
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    GR states gravity is a consequence of the...

    GR states gravity is a consequence of the deformation of space. If there is no space surrounding the inner neutrons then from where does the internal gravity come,
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    If the neutrons are tightly packed without space...

    If the neutrons are tightly packed without space between them how do they deform any space to produce gravity; since action at a distance (force between them) doesn't exist?

    Action-at-a-distance...
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    We can grow human organs

    Why not bone marrow?
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    Exactly!!

    Exactly!!
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    Yes. If a hole is cored through the center of...

    Yes. If a hole is cored through the center of the Earth and a ball is droped in the hile, it will oscilate bak and forth across the center f the Earth. Gm0m1/r^2 is only vaiid when the minimum "r"...
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    Ok. How about if every when is now, no mass...

    Ok. How about if every when is now, no mass translation, no time, no sseparation of masses?
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    Since there are millios of annihilations why do...

    Since there are millios of annihilations why do we no see the sum(E)?
    Sum(E) may not be explosive; but what about collateral thermal damage?
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    According to black-hole theory neutron stars...

    According to black-hole theory neutron stars collapse into siinguarities. For that to happen a sequence of events where neutrons occupy the same space at the same time need to occur until the last...
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    So your saying the speed of light does not slow...

    So your saying the speed of light does not slow down in a dense mediun>
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    I wanted to know how 10^10 neutrons could...

    I wanted to know how 10^10 neutrons could collapse into one or nothing when gravity is external, like the restoring force of an elastic continuum trying to return to equilibrium, displaced by...
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    No; but if it takes 14 GYR for light to reach us...

    No; but if it takes 14 GYR for light to reach us then the source had to be14 GLY at that time, how do we know that the light was not reflected 1 GYR ago or how many heavier mediums it traversed...
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    If annihilation produces E=mc^2 why does the body...

    If annihilation produces E=mc^2 why does the body not explode?
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    Where does anti-matter in PET scans go?

    After the scan. Is there any mass left after interactions?
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    I thoght neutrons (3-quarks each) were all the...

    I thoght neutrons (3-quarks each) were all the same (energy-level-wise) and are fundamental.
  27. Question: What will happen?

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    Your last statement is probably closer to the...

    Your last statement is probably closer to the tri\uth!
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    How does a force outside a neutron star

    Overcome the Pauli Exclusion Principle that neutrons cannot occupy the same space at the same time which would render one neutron (not a sigularity)?
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    They may be mathematically consistent; but the...

    They may be mathematically consistent; but the outcome is based on "what if (c) between inertial frames is constant in the ether". Einstein discounted the ether and replaced it with Minkoski...
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    That may be so, as a policy; but some discoveries...

    That may be so, as a policy; but some discoveries suppressed by government s and global businesses.
    e.g. NSA, NASA, Google, Microsoft,. )
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    I hope it becomes less political, more concerned...

    I hope it becomes less political, more concerned about reality instead of funding which trends toward deception.
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    Inconsistencies, ambiguities,misconeptions and...

    Inconsistencies, ambiguities,misconeptions and misinterpretations with repect to light, time,gravity and Lorentz transforms.
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    What will happen?

    When Relativity is unraveled?
  34. Question: How does

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    How does

    A process that operates on DNA such that it knows the extent, form and functions of organs from capillaries to the body?
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    Just unsuccessfully sayig statistics can prove...

    Just unsuccessfully sayig statistics can prove anything!
  36. Question: Why

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    Then you mean the probability of the velocity is...

    Then you mean the probability of the velocity is in a specific tolerance? How is the electron impeaded or accelerated to meet the screen at a specific place with the required intensity by either...
  37. Question: Why

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    Why

    If a CRT needs both location and momentum of electrons to faithfully render an image on its screen how does The Uncertainty Principle (TUP) reconcile this. It seems TUP is a "catch-all" for Quantum...
  38. Question: Do all electrons

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    With respect to Pauli, How is there more than two...

    With respect to Pauli, How is there more than two electrons in the same orbit since electrons have only to spins (up or down)?
  39. Question: Do all electrons

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    Do all electrons

    Orbit the nucleus at the same angular velocity and do electrons wheter in or not in the same orbit interact with each other?
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    I thought parallax was the view of a star from...

    I thought parallax was the view of a star from Earth at opposite sides of its orbit or Earths psition in the solar system as it goes around the center-of-Milky Way.
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    Does the major axis

    Of the solar system rotate as the Sun orbits the center of the galaxt in 250 MYRs. Because the orbit of the solar system is so great the parallax to remote objects is insignificant because humanity...
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    [QUOTE=ebaines;3547130]We don't - the furthest...

    [QUOTE=ebaines;3547130]We don't - the furthest object ever observed (to date) is about 13.4 billion light years away. At that distance the red shift factor is 11.9, meaning:

    z = \frac {\lambda...
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    What happens

    When we receive light from remote ibjects beyond 14 GYs? Referring to the CMB is a non-sequitar --- CMB is inconsistent with thermodynamis. The measured temperatures are a result of many heat souces...
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    If virtual particles

    Are created to interact before anihilating then they leave momentum; oherwise what are their purpose?
  45. This scenario dictates the Earth may be hollow. ...

    This scenario dictates the Earth may be hollow. Gravity and physics may not be exactly as we conceive. In that case, what we refer to as modern physics may be metaphysical mumbo-jumbo. Is it...
  46. If the Earth is a centrifuge (rotating mixed masses)

    Like separating heavier bodies from lghter ones in a centrifuge, why does iron and heavier masses seek the center of the rotatiing Earth? Physically shoud the heavier mass be thrown to the...
  47. Question: Conic sections

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    I think for this to happen the comon plane must...

    I think for this to happen the comon plane must cut two rotated cones
  48. Question: Ac PTSD

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    Thanks. Just curious abut the situation. Not...

    Thanks. Just curious abut the situation. Not there.
  49. Question: Ac PTSD

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    That sounds too philosophical to me instead of...

    That sounds too philosophical to me instead of understandable.I'm not claiming affliction; but are continual belittlement, public discrediting and dismissal contributors.
  50. Question: How can an image

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    How can an image

    Be rendered on a CRT if the momentmum and location are simultaneously uncertain?
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