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LaurieAG last won the day on March 7

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  1. Your numbers are way out of date. As of yesterday Victoria, with a population of 6.5 million, has a total of 15,863 infected with Covid 19 and 275 deaths. My state Queensland, with a population of 5 million, has 1,089 infected with Covid 19 and 6 deaths. https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/coronavirus-covid-19-current-situation-and-case-numbers#total-cases-and-deaths-by-state-and-territory
  2. Several weeks ago, when Melbourne was in a stage 3 lockdown, the ADF door knocked 500 people, who had been tested as having Covid 19 and were supposed to be self isolating, and they found that 25% were absent and only 5% of them were out for a legitimate reason. After Melbourne went to a stage 4 lock down shortly after.the ADF did another door knock on a larger number of infected people and found that 20% were not at home and once again only 5% had a legitimate reason. People who are infected with Covid 19 and don't self isolate are a danger to society, period.
  3. Until we can go to the Andromeda galaxy/send a probe and view the visible universe from that location, or any other, we will be stuck with viewing the same 'special' visible universe from our own limited perspective. That's the point I was making. I have no doubt that light travels at the same velocity in all frames and that there is no preferred frame. I also said that more than just a frame is required to solve certain problems (like Gron's Fig 9 Part C) without distorting the geometry (and I haven't seen any successful solution that uses frames as opposed to Gron's 'optical appearance' pl
  4. Anssi, whether we like it or not we are at the center of the visible universe and there's nothing much we can do about it apart from constructing our models to reflect this limitation, otherwise we just tie ourselves in knots with paradoxes. I bet the ancient Greeks always observed what happened at the finish line despite Zeno's mathematical constructs. :) Over a decade ago or so they referred to movement of galaxies you refer to as the Hubble flow but they have more recently redefined the definition as describing the motion of galaxies due solely to the expansion of the Universe, a subtle b
  5. Yes Anssi, :) there's also the higher level paradox that the BB theory has 'nothing' outside of it, something that we can't really observe anyway, and 'something' outside of our BB 'bubble' is not considered because we can't observe it lol, even though it would remove the need for 'dark matter'. ;)
  6. Hi Anssi, The 2xpi discrepancy could merely be the difference between the standard Compton wavelength, the reduced Compton wavelength and the nature of universal matter calculations and observational data calculations as the Λ in ΛCDM is just 1 of 3 lambda's involved. Wikipedia describes the differences between the reduced/standard forms and the different types of equations they are used in. Gravitational mass and inertial mass are essentially the same while the CMBR is observed photons of a specific wavelength. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compton_wavelength#Distinction_between_reduced_a
  7. Hi AnssiH, Yes, that's correct, they found out that the long way in the other website as only the single length contraction to the spoke was necessary (no correct answer with more than 1) to identify the emission point at its tip and the rest was the photon traveling at c in a direct straight line. As Gron put it 'optical appearance' 'at retarded points in time'. One interesting thing, that was not identified in the paper, is that the lengths of the lines from each emission point to the camera in the part C plot are the photon travel times scaled to the radius length in c (the plot is 2D + t
  8. AnssiH, Oyvind Gron covers much of the historic ground in his paper "Space Geometry in Rotating Reference Frames: A Historical Appraisal". https://www.researchgate.net/publication/252135276_Space_Geometry_in_Rotating_Reference_Frames_A_Historical_Appraisal The 2 images below are from another physics forum (it doesn't allow new users or logins, luckily these images were stored on another website) where several members worked out a solution (the only one I have seen) as Gron doesn't give his working in his paper. I suggested they order their emission events to cross check that the actual ax
  9. Thoth101, nowhere in any of the links in your OP show how they get the 44.6% increase. The Gardasil pdf doesn't mention 44.6% anywhere either. p.s. You can usually tell where people come from when they don't consider 'Laurie' as a blokes name.
  10. What settings did you use for your 44.6% increase? i.e. year ranges and comparison years 20?? and 2020.
  11. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slavery_in_the_21st_century
  12. The PDF link is on the right hand side of the main page under Download.
  13. Sprites might have something to do with it although they aren't exactly lightning themselves. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprite_(lightning)
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