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  1. Gravitational constant, Planck's constant, the number Fi -- a secret RELATIONSHIP. Gravitational constant = 6.673 Planck constant (quantum of action) = 6.626 6.673 * 6.626 = 44.215 Fi Number = 1.618 The moon's rotation period in days = 27.32 27.32 * 1.618 = 44.203 6.673 * 6.626 = 27.32 * 1.618 Is this a "coincidence"?! 6.673 * 6.626 : 27.32 = 1.618 Received Fi number. 6.673 * 6.626 : 1.618 = 27.32 the moon's rotation period in days is Obtained. 27.32 * 1.618 : 6.673 = 6.626 the Planck constant is Obtained. 27.32 * 1.618 : 6.626 = 6.673 the gravitational constant is Obtained. These
  2. Hello everyone, I thought I would post a fun little concept up for discussion. What would life be like if our moon had its own moon? One that is spherical and orbited it at a decent pace. Could such a change drastically effect tides, eclipses, evolution, and etc? Plus. If we could construct a synthetic and miniature moon to put in its orbit would you agree to do it? Personally, I thought it would be a cool aesthetic if we could pull it off. What do y'all think?
  3. Hi all, In school, we've been taught that while in space; we can float around and have no weight at all. You can float around, yes. Having no weight at all is an entirely different story. The formula for weight is what? : Mass * Gravity. Now if I'm to prove my point, I need to first prove that space isn't Zero-G (Zero Gravity). Let's for instance take the sun; all planets are in a orbit around it, due to? Yes, Gravity! So if for some reason you jumped out of your rocket, you won't leave the Galaxy. You'll just obtain an orbit around the sun unless you're accelerating at high levels. So
  4. No, it's not an alien spacecraft, just as usual, an attempt to translate for "popular science" via simplification that let's folks misinterpret what's already a pretty cool discovery: This of course builds on the discovery a few years ago that the Moon still has a molten core. We may go to the moon, but that's not very far. The greatest distance we have to cover still lies within us, :phones: Buffy
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