From: William Alek
Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 11:13 AM
To: Robert Neil Boyd
Subject: RE: The Exploding Earth Hypothesis
Ah, a good poignant question!
After getting over the "shock and awe" part of this fascinating problem,
exactly where are we on the curve? Well, it turns out this tiny little
number I speak of really isn't a tiny little number anymore. It's now a tiny
number. The number is getting bigger and bigger and bigger - exponentially.
Solving this problem is basically solving another improper integral, this
time, the variable is time itself. We know an inertial mass is a function of
velocity and a gravitational mass is a function of distance, however, both
the inertial and gravitational masses are NOW functions of time. In the case
of the Expanding Earth hypothesis, time is the variable. So, what we have is
a curve that looks something like this:
Now, replace velocity with time, which spans billions of years. This means
that time is a Lorentz-type function, and at present, we're way over to the
right of this curve. The total mass of OUR solar is taking off like a
rocket! What took billions and billions of years are taking millions and
millions, and now, could be taking thousands and thousands of years. In the
near future, this will be down to hundreds and hundreds of years, if we're
NOT there already.
So, thats where I think we're on the curve. Time is running short, and its
going to be running shorter and shorter as time just ticks away.
Our solar system is going to get more massive, and hotter and hotter very
rapidly. Its NOT cyclic as many may think.
And now, for some good news...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Neil Boyd
> Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 5:43 AM
> To: William Alek
> Subject: Re: The Exploding Earth Hypothesis
> Hi Bill
> The mystery has already been solved, experimentally.
> There is indeed a tiny difference between inertial
> and gravitational forces. The equivalency principle
> fails to be a perfect correspondence. (Of course,
> you aren't supposed to know this, nor the experiments
> that showed up the failure. The papers regarding these
> results have all been removed from access by way of
> the internet, by who knows what agency. I found them
> by way of an internet search about 5 years ago, and
> now they're gone.)
> So you have already been proved right, on all counts. :)
> Exactly right! Everything you said in this email is true.
> All of it.
> So now what? Where do you intend to go with this revelation?
> Best Wishes,
> On Mon, 31 Oct 2005 12:26:50 -0600, William Alek <wsalek01@...>
> > Hello all,
> > I LOVE a good mystery, and this one is a REAL gem!
> > I suspect what's really going here is that, to some degree, Einstein was
> > right - to some degree. This has to do with the equivalence of an
> > inertial
> > mass with a gravitational mass. Given our current
> instrumentation, it may
> > not be possible to measure this accurately enough.
> > So, given this diagram:
> > http://www.intalek.com/Pictures/EquivalenceBroken.jpg
> > The figure on the right is at rest, and dM = 0. The Expanding Earth
> > hypothesis suggests that dM is NOT equal to 0, but its equal to a very
> > very
> > tiny number. In other words, dM "accumulates" over time as a natural
> > process. An aetheric process or function, perhaps? Everything is getting
> > heavier and heavier, naturally, over time. Now, its also possible that
> > this
> > increase in mass is observed as an increase in the energy equivalent of
> > mass. We'll see this as a buildup of heat in planets and their
> > atmospheres
> > over time.
> > So, the question is, "what is this very very tiny number?"
> > A new mystery to be solved...
> > Bill