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  1. I'm happy to help you to those ends Jeffrey. ...

    I'm happy to help you to those ends Jeffrey. That is why I even questioned the collision idea. You seem to be pretty sure about its plausibility and that is worth something. Thanks for playing,...
  2. Oh-Kay. I remember now. So the sun would be...

    Oh-Kay.

    I remember now.

    So the sun would be younger than neptune which is younger than earth. Is Neptune older than Jupiter?

    So that is where I'll leave this examination on the dependency...
  3. Jeffrey W. I suppose elliptical orbits does...

    Jeffrey W.

    I suppose elliptical orbits does increase chances of collisions... <shrug/> 117 light years away. :P

    How do you KNOW neptune is losing mass? Can you measure changes of some kind?...
  4. I didn't know of triton! Thanks! Another...

    I didn't know of triton! Thanks!

    Another exception. Would make a nice dust cloud if it collided with another moon. Is it's orbital plain slightly off the nominal ecliptic plain of the other...
  5. What I mean to say by "velocity vector...

    What I mean to say by "velocity vector difference" is only to understand collisions as a relativistic event.

    That just means that not all kinetic energy applies to a collision unless circumstances...
  6. oh dear! But asteroid fields are normally...

    oh dear!

    But asteroid fields are normally composed of rock. You would expect collisions to be much less energetic as collisions happen with an energy defined as the velocity differences between...
  7. Do you have a link to where EU makes such a claim...

    Do you have a link to where EU makes such a claim of this type of ejection?

    Why is it reasonable to suppose a large piece of metal would be able to escape earths gravity (let alone jupiter's) due...
  8. Things tend to fall into stars way way more than...

    Things tend to fall into stars way way more than they tend to "escape". Orbits are defined by things that find an equilibrium in their "fall" towards a star or planetary body.

    Can you calculate...
  9. yes engineering vs physics Once if very much...

    yes

    engineering vs physics Once if very much more specific.
  10. Congratulations with regards to your YouTube! ...

    Congratulations with regards to your YouTube!

    In the previous posting you make mention to engineering literature. Thinking of aerospace, it be quite dense indeed as calculating airframe loads...
  11. Well said. I think it is important to...

    Well said.

    I think it is important to distinguish "speaking negatively of dogma" and pointing out flaws in theories.

    We only may be speaking negatively of modern day dogma IF that dogma is an...
  12. Well said. Mathematics is indeed about...

    Well said.

    Mathematics is indeed about modeling relationships, If the relationship has causality or any other meaning, they are implied as per the reasoning behind the model.

    And indeed any...
  13. The definition is also quite specifically...

    The definition is also quite specifically relating to solid materials. That means a certain level of specialization in the materials examined, furthermore, it implies the use of analogies where...
  14. I'm not sure your presumption - that they (EU)...

    I'm not sure your presumption - that they (EU) ever claimed their electric universe model is a comprehensive theory - is entirely correct. They really only have tried to show electric forces at work...
  15. I'm not sure the number of stars in the sky...

    I'm not sure the number of stars in the sky necessarily implies that explanations are more required. The universe has functioned just fine without explanations and even with flawed explanations. ...
  16. EU having stars as non-evolving is not quite...

    EU having stars as non-evolving is not quite true.

    While they don't explicitly go into stellar evolution, implicitly the proto-saturn theory is of a brown dwarf (a gas giant in a region of space...
  17. Yes. And there is evidence that our star is...

    Yes.

    And there is evidence that our star is still in a "pinched" where interstellar Birkeland currents converge. EU theory is that no all the solar field lines circle start and/or end within...
  18. I had thought of the particle and crystalline...

    I had thought of the particle and crystalline structure view over night.

    Indeed your observation is keen; those examples are simply the application of the strict definition of viscosity (a term...
  19. The quote above suggests that viscosity may be...

    Statements like the above do you a disservice Jeffery.
  20. And inside a cloud of ionized gas that eventually...

    And inside a cloud of ionized gas that eventually forms a quasar type body?

    The gas is likely very highly ionized, it likely loses that ionization over several thousand years during which time...
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