tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8148573551417578681.post2267023978305158860..comments2020-07-28T21:48:03.534-07:00Comments on Dark Buzz: The geometrization of physicsRogerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/03474078324293158376noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8148573551417578681.post-50479467968641837402015-10-16T13:28:30.346-07:002015-10-16T13:28:30.346-07:00That 500 page paper has not be published in a jour...That 500 page paper has not be published in a journal. I have no idea whether it is a good work.Rogerhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/03474078324293158376noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8148573551417578681.post-88127411480542311032015-10-16T12:56:07.341-07:002015-10-16T12:56:07.341-07:00The first big problem I do have with geometry, is ...The first big problem I do have with geometry, is not with what is for, but how it is misused. Geometry was not created to be used with time originally, and when time is incorporated ala Minkowski, it is often done so foolishly. Minkowski space violates Einstein's own statements about how time is considered relativistically. If you ware zipping about the universe, you do not check your clock you left at home on earth, you check the clock you have with you. Time must always be measured locally, since to do otherwise you import all manner of problems as you attempt to pull in your time information from a very distant source with the limitation of the speed of light. Not only does the distance become critical, the velocity becomes a factor too, since the velocity can change things just as much as the distance can. There can be no instantaneous time clock over relativistic distance, ever. Think about it. <br /><br /> The second big problem with Minkowski space is that the time variable IS NOT and HAS NEVER BEEN orthogonal to x y and z mechanically. How could it be? If your spaceship x is zipping away along an axis at one relativistic rate, and your spaceship y is zipping away along it's axis at a different relativistic rate, their clocks are aboard each of their respective ships...time is measured locally, it has to be. Time is internal to your x and y spaceships, not some other location far far way neither of them occupies. Can you consider each of your ships in an imaginary simultaneous period moment? Certainly. Can they actually be in any way measured simultaneously, no. Physicists and scientists are responsible for always acknowledging the limits or constraints of their measurements and how these limitations affect the limits of what they can measure. You can imagine anything in any way you like. You can not measure anything in any way you would like. imagine =/= measure. <br />CFTnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8148573551417578681.post-28000857243292245332015-10-15T23:54:23.820-07:002015-10-15T23:54:23.820-07:00Shinichi Mochizuki and Rovelli should team up and ...Shinichi Mochizuki and Rovelli should team up and tour the world as a freak show.<br /><br />Why does Roger avoid the Mochizuki 500 page math proof madness and pick on the physicists?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com