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Re: Ballistic Theory and Telescope Mirrors

Subject: Re: Ballistic Theory and Telescope Mirrors
From: "Eric Gisse"
Date: 10 Apr 2006 15:44:06 -0700
Newsgroups: sci.astro, sci.physics.relativity, sci.physics
Henri Wilson wrote:
> On 10 Apr 2006 04:43:29 -0700, "Jerry" <Cephalobus_alienus@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> >Hexenmeister wrote:
> >> "Jerry" <Cephalobus_alienus@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
> >> news:1144621473.698167.70400@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
>
>
>
> >>
> >> < snip >
> >>
> >> You haven't answered my question, so I snipped.
> >>  Do you or don't you agree there is no such animal as "wavelength"
> >> of light ?
> >> Androcles.
> >
> >If light has a frequency, and if light has a velocity, then
> >light has a wavelength.
>
> ..but what physical structure of light gives rise to this 'frequency and
> wavelength?
>
> >
> >Do you deny the concept of wavelength in sound?
> >
> >Whether or not you agree to the term "c" or prefer 299,792.5 km/s,
> >you earlier agreed that light is emitted (reflected) from mirrors
> >at constant velocity with respect to the mirror. Therefore, in your
> >version of emission theory, Hero's law of the equality of incident
> >and reflected angles is invalid when the incoming light has velocity
> >differing from 299,792.5 km/s, since the reflected light must have
> >constant velocity with respect to the mirror of 299,792.5 km/s.
> >
> >This results in predictions that are contrary to known fact.
> >You are condemned by your own words, Androcles. Your
> >version of emission theory predicts that reflecting telescope
> >images of distant galaxies will be out of focus relative to
> >images of nearby stars.
>
> Is that why the HST didn't work till they software corrected for c+v?

Are you  ing kidding me?

I dare you to substantiate that assertion.

>
> PS: You wont read about it anywhere so don't bother to look...

Hahahahhahahahahahaha. You are seriously delusional.

> 
> >Jerry
> 
> 
> HW.
> www.users.bigpond.com/hewn/index.htm


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