"CWatters" <***@NOturnersoakSPAM.plus.com> wrote in message news:9I-dnfZr1fg-qyjTnZ2dnUVZ8gemail@example.com...
| On 03/11/2011 15:55, GO-HERE .NL wrote:
| > On Nov 3, 4:54 am, sno<***@opelc.com> wrote:
| >> check it out...
| >> http://pesn.com/2011/11/02/9501944_Fox_News_E-Cat_Article_Needs_Work/
| >> have fun......sno
| >> --
| >> Correct Scientific Terminology:
| >> Hypothesis - a guess as to why or how something occurs
| >> Theory - a hypothesis that has been checked by enough experiments
| >> to be generally assumed to be true.
| >> Law - a hypothesis that has been checked by enough experiments
| >> in enough different ways that it is assumed to be truer then a
| >> Note: nothing is proven in science, things are assumed to be true.
| > "[The E-Cat experiment] should be treated as a hoax until independent
| > scientists are able to replicate these results, Koomey told
| > FoxNews.com -- as one would treat claims that someone had defied the
| > laws of gravity or found a major flaw in the theory of relativity."
| > Relativity has results?
Test of GR.
Synchronize two vacuum enclosed identical horizontal light clocks
side-by-side and leave to run for 6 months in two identical chest
freezers (for environmental control). Note any relative drift.
Place one horizontal light clock at the top of the Burj Khalifa
and leave the other at the base. Leave to run for 6 months.
Bring the clocks together again, note any relative drift.
If the clocks DO read the same count (with drift allowed) then NIST
got it wrong, there was no time dilation due to altitude difference.
If the clocks do NOT read the same count (with drift allowed) due to
time dilation then NIST got it wrong, the speed of light cannot be a
Either way, NIST are useless yankee wankers and WRONG.