On 19 Mar 2006 19:51:24 -0800, "jgreenfield@xxxxxxxxxxx" <jgreen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Henri Wilson wrote:
>> On 17 Mar 2006 19:48:41 -0800, "jgreenfield@xxxxxxxxxxx" <jgreen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>> >Henri Wilson wrote:
>> >> On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 14:08:41 GMT, "Hexenmeister" <vanquish@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> >> wrote:
>> >> Did you know my latest motto, "a bottle a day keeps the gout well away".
>> >> I have
>> >> finally proved it. Red YES, beer NO!
>> >No worries! We are 10,000tonnes into an estimated 40,000 t crush of
>> >2006 vintage.
>> There is so much good stuff around it is hard to find a bad red.
>> Even Mathew Lang at $3.50 a bottle is very drinkable.
>It is certainly a drinkers' market :-)
>Producers around here are actually relieved that yields are down, due
>to increasing over-supply.
Where are you, SA or VIC?
>Quality is OK still.
>I fully agree with your comment to George ref science investigating the
>properties of photons
>at source; why light leaves at c is one of the major mysteries, and it
>is ignored due to the
I find this amazing. The answer is probably just what physics needs to give it
a boost but Einsteiniana has put the handbrake on that.
>Analogy might be that an atom has (say) 100 units of energy, but can
>only release them in the form of emr in discrete packages of 1 not
> .99 or 1.1
For some reason it changes 'frequency' instead of speed wrt source. I reckon a
photon 'package' has an intrinsic oscillation...which is where its 'intrinsic
energy' is stored. It also has the usual KE due to its motion wrt a particular
frame...and the two are related in some way. Maybe 'intrinsic energy' is just