- ... Photons traveling toward an object are subject to a gravitational force . They experience an increase in momentum, in mass, but their velocity remainsMessage 1 of 221 , Dec 15, 2003View Source
> -----Original Message-----Photons traveling toward an object are subject to a "gravitational force". They experience an increase in momentum, in mass, but their velocity remains fixed. Their increase in mass is just what you would expect of any object traversing a gravitational field where the velocity is near light speed, so the velocity cannot change significantly. The conversion of gravitational potential energy into kinetic energy is just exactly as you would expect, except V remains fixed and M increases. Cute, eh?
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> If an object is teleported from one side of a room to the
- Good Dave.... could be worse, right. Best of luck for the book, and your experiments. You need to build you a beefy PC if you don t already have one. ThisMessage 221 of 221 , Feb 11, 2004View SourceGood Dave.... could be worse, right. Best of luck for the book,
and your experiments. You need to build you a beefy PC if you
don't already have one. This should help you document things
in real time, I would guess. Components are really dropping in price
fast, and any 4th grader can assemble on know, using an online
guide. I was amazed at how simple it was, when I built my first
system a few years back. One can put together a killer machine
rather economically these days. Good luck, and good health... later
At 07:31 PM 2/11/04 -0600, you wrote:
Thanks for the well wishes. Actually, last month I had the good fortune of being approached by a donor. He has pledged a good some of money each month on an ongoing basis to assist my research. I'm presently building a first experiment and designing a couple others. I also have a new HP 34970A DAQ Switch with modules "in the mail". I'm making arrangements for writing a book later this year and hope to have it ready to publish by the end of the year.
Things are heading in the right direction. Just got to keep plugging away.