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Published on Jul 7, 2012

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PHYSICS CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED.

I know this is a poor video quality but needed to get the concept recorded and online so the controlling powers that be can review this definition and equation for credibility.

The idea I figured out after the video is if the shortest distant longitudes go against the future or past destination distance then they acquire the opposite charge of the destination.

T=(S/360 x {+-}L) + - (S/360 x D) + - (s/360 x {+-}l) + - (s/360 x vD)

Also if the second planet is in opposite rotation of the starting planet change the final +- and ensure the appropriate sign is given to that longitudinal distance. ie into the rotation gains the opposite.

And that is the equation for time and this can solve time relation between two longitudes from two different Gravitational altitudes

Gravitational Altitude it the center of the planet. A keen understanding that time is always the same measurement at any point on a longitudinal line is required. The points at which a straight line passes through both Gravitational altitudes determines the longitudinal exit point from planet one and longitudinal entry point of destination planet.

S = Size planet one equator at mean height
L = shortest distance of two longitudes the number is expressed by the number of degrees between to two points which never exceed 180
{+-} = if the shortest longitudinal distance is going against the forward or backward time destination then it is the opposite sign of time destination
+- = + is forward time destination and - is backward time destination and are the same at any choice
D = is our current understanding of time expressed in degrees and is same for both planets (1 day = 360)
v = Variation in rotational speed ie variation of how long to complete a full rotation
s = size of planet 2
l = two longitudinal of p2

The actual definition and working concept and discussion are at http://www.ted.com/conversations/1247...


FYI i have yet to get this in-front of someone who can verify the concept in relation to the math.

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