Re: [free_energy] Re: The fun in Physics, or where do I go wrong?
- --- "Gary S." <garys_2k@...> wrote:
> That's where things go wrong, trying to applyGary is still full of addle--which I say because the
> kinetic energy formula
> to an object with a non-zero rest mass. Such objects
> can not, ever,
> move at the speed of light, so considering such an
> object at light
> speed is meaningless -- it cannot happen.
censors hate when I call him full of shit. In one of
my original posts on this group I wrote a proof for a
finite mass at celerity from the wave-argument. So
such objects can, ever, drift at the speed of liht.
Celerity is also variabil/variant in media. As media
are everywhere, it's very possibil for matter to be at
- --- In email@example.com, "Gary S." <garys_2k@...> wrote:
>Are you talking about transposing.
> Is that really true, that you can use any frequency to represent a
> given note, as long as the progression was right? That doesn't sound
> Wayne's link showed the frequencies for various flavors of c, and that
> led me to this page showing the fundamental frequencies for all notes
> on a piano:
> Did someone say that the sharps and flats were not supposed to be
> identical, as shown on that page?
I had a friend who could easily change a song to a different key by
using the circle of fifths.
He had practiced enough so that he could do it as a matter of routine.