"Jeff Root" <[email protected]> wrote in message
| "Hexenmeister" again replied to Jeff Root, but said
| nothing. Why does he do that?
| "Hexenmeister" replied to Jeff Root:
| >> Jim Greenfield replied to George Dishman:
| >> > There has been a corruption of my posts.
| >> This is the post in question:
| >> http://groups.google.co.uk/group/sci.astro/msg/16f820d2c0131575
| >> > I am positive that it was YOU who suggested the stop/start.
| >> It was your post (link above) which prompted me to start
| >> making the animation. Specifically, these lines:
| >> > Get a fast rifleman; have him fire at target while
| >> > stationary, run quickly forward a few yards, stop and
| >> > fire again--------repeat (he is a machine gun with the
| >> > bullets fired when stationary.
| >> > Will the observer at target note any effect to
| >> > differentiate between that rifleman staying in the
| >> > same place?????????
| >> > (This clearly demonstrates that it is the MOTION of
| >> > the gun at instant of firing which causes increased
| >> > frequency/bullet velocity at target)
| >> Those lines first appeared in your post.
| > Yes. Greenfield did not anticipate you ING LYING
| > by saying the muzzle velocity was 8 ppf.
| It is obvious that the muzzle speed is 8 pixels per frame
| for all four guns. Anyone who questions that can measure
| it themselves.
| > 60 pixels separation for rifleman 3, 180 pixels per frame
| > for rifleman (2).
| 60 pixels is the separation between successive bullets in
| case (3), but 180 pixels is the separation in case (2),
| not "180 pixels per frame".
The separation is constant, per frame. Each subsequent frame after
a subsequent bullet is fired has the same separation until the leading
bullet reaches the target.
It is obvious to anyone of intelligence that the muzzle velocity is
independent of the motion of the sources, muzzle velocity being
the relative motion between bullet and muzzle, by definition.
It is further obvious to anyone of intelligence that Rot is a lying cunt
and should be muzzled.
It will not be obvious to the insane (such as Dishwater).
"If we place x' (=distance between bullets)=x-vt (= position minus distance
per frame * frame) , it is clear that a point at rest in the system k must
have a system of values x', y, z, independent of time. -- Einstein.
Got that, Rot? "It is clear" -- but only to intelligent people.
If it were not clear, Einstein's paper would never have seen the light of
It is not clear to ing morons like Rot and Dishwater.