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*To*: chithree@boo.net*Subject*: Re: starship-design: FTL and Special Relativity*From*: STAR1SHIP@aol.com*Date*: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 22:18:03 EST*CC*: starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu*Reply-To*: STAR1SHIP@aol.com*Sender*: owner-starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu

In a message dated 1/18/00 1:47:31 PM Pacific Standard Time, chithree@boo.net writes: > Subj: Re: Re: starship-design: FTL and Special Relativity > Date: 1/18/00 1:47:31 PM Pacific Standard Time > From: chithree@boo.net (Connor) > Sender: owner-starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu > Reply-to: chithree@boo.net (Connor) > To: starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu (starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu) > > > > You must have both time increase and mass decrease proven or the > > theory is wrong. Energy to increase a object becomes infinity as the > > mass becomes infinity. > > > I can't make much sense out of what you're saying here. > > I might be able to help. I think he's saying that as your speed increases, > so does your > mass, and the heavier your mass the harder it is to accellerate, so that > once you are > infinitely massive it becomes infinitely difficult to accelerate. I think > that's what he means. > Connor > chithree@boo.net Dear all members on starship-design@list.uoregon, Einstein's Equations from 1905, specify Energy and Energy prime, with one being relativistic (subscript rel.) and the second real (no subscript). Mass is also relativistic with the M prime designation as is velocity. Subscripts are difficult to type in Boolean and typed equations so over many years the unsubscripted equations were memorized as true without considering the complete set of subscripted equations. Descriptions of mass, velocity, energy and their relativistic(observed) effects are often confused as commonly taught. Energy approaching infinity has no effect on velociy and Energy relativistic nor does dividing by zero at c velocity equation in determining Max velocities. The Max constant of relativistic observer's light's speed does not need to change in order for mass to reach and exceed c velocity. In lay terms, should I teach a class that will take you through this SR equation derivations so I do not have to slow down and reload chalk I will refer to Relativistic Mass as M' ; Mass (rel.) ; Mass relative to rest frame or simply M or small case mass; as defined always at the top of the derivation. When we switch problems do not carry the values through to next set of equations assuming a unified field SR theory set of equations and check always at the top of the derivation for new definitions and values. Einstein taught (1955) mass can exceed light speed and how period. If you believe otherwise or believe he must have been suffering from syphilitic dementia if he said it at least respect he met at least the minimum grade point and the minimum of some 3500 class room hours needed beyond high school to earn his Ph.D. Light speed limit for mass has not made the list of universal laws. (requires hundreds of years to make the list) If you have to throw something out because it might violate universal law then throw out a nucleus of protons theory as it violates universal law of like charges repel. Conjuring up a nuclear glue to hold the protons together failed to patch the theory. Best regards Tom Jackson Your Academic Superior (with some 8000 plus classroom hours beyond high school) NA NA NA NA NA :) P.S. <A HREF="http://members.aol.com/tjac780754/indexb.htm">Plasma Rocket Engine</ A> See above link to faster than light engine that can be built today and requires no future discovery or future technology, I know because I (man of many letters after name) invented it. . tss > > > > ----------------------- Headers -------------------------------- > Return-Path: <owner-starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu> > Received: from rly-zd05.mx.aol.com (rly-zd05.mail.aol.com [172.31.33.229]) > by air-zd01.mail.aol.com (v67.7) with ESMTP; Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:47:31 -0500 > Received: from darkwing.uoregon.edu (darkwing.uoregon.edu [128.223.142.13]) > by rly-zd05.mx.aol.com (v67.7) with ESMTP; Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:47:23 -0500 > Received: (from majordom@localhost) > by darkwing.uoregon.edu (8.9.3/8.9.3) id NAA21661 > for starship-design-outgoing; Tue, 18 Jan 2000 13:46:48 -0800 (PST) > Received: from boo-mda02.boo.net (IDENT:root@boo-mda02.boo.net [151.200.206. > 22]) > by darkwing.uoregon.edu (8.9.3/8.9.3) with ESMTP id NAA21652 > for <starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu>; Tue, 18 Jan 2000 13:46:47 -0800 ( > PST) > Received: from oemcomputer (ppp-boonet2-19.boo.net [208.184.99.19]) > by boo-mda02.boo.net (8.9.3/8.9.3) with SMTP id RAA31939 > for <starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu>; Tue, 18 Jan 2000 17:01:46 -0500 > Message-Id: <200001182201.RAA31939@boo-mda02.boo.net> > Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:44:29 -0500 > From: Connor <chithree@boo.net> > To: "starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu" <starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu> > Subject: Re: Re: starship-design: FTL and Special Relativity > Organization: saint|ogden productions > X-mailer: FoxMail 3.0 beta 1 [eg] > Mime-Version: 1.0 > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > Sender: owner-starship-design@lists.uoregon.edu > Precedence: bulk > Reply-To: Connor <chithree@boo.net> > >

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