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    Spacetime and time correction is a new topic that explains the dilemma of the parameter time. In classical physics, time points often involve measures of t0 (initial time) and tf (final time). Mass, velocity, energy and time in simple terms can be explained by a 2pi correction method.

    To start,

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->1)    <!--[endif]-->sqrt(m)*c=D/T*(sqrt(m))

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->2)    <!--[endif]-->Square both sides and mc2  ~ m*D2/T2

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->3)    <!--[endif]-->Finally mc2 ~ mc2

    While Einstein explained that time may be related to an inertia time frame and there is no absolute time frame and time can be a parameter. There are simple relationships that are involved in Time, Correction, Energy and Momentum to begin with.  The concept of proper time can be a useful concept as well as Lorentz’s work with Einstein and the experiment at CERN and the OPERA experiment stimulated research. From information regarding how much time is involved to finish a 730.085 km journey for neutrinos, velocity may be measured leading to discussions. The speed of neutrinos was shown that it was still below the speed of light as Einstein suggested .With respect dark matter out numbers visible matter 5 to 1 (Carroll 2011) which makes the proporties of dark matter more important.

    Time Correction Relationships

    Vc = (D) ÷ (Tc) where D = 2πr.

    t = (2πr) ÷ (c)

    v2 = (2πr)2 ÷ (t2)

    v = (2πr) ÷ (t)

    E = m × v2

    Ec = (m × (2πr)2) ÷ (tc2)

    Ec = (m × (D)2) ÷ (tc2)

     

    Proof

        The definition of time correction can prove photoelectric effect. The parameters of time and λ by time correction allows the proof of photoelectric effect and De Broglie relation to help demonstrate that proof of E=mv2 and Eec= m × D2 ÷ tc2. Time correction subsequently follows the equation of special relativity (potentially not over all time).

    Eec = (m × (2πr)2) ÷ (tc2)

    t 2 = (m (2πr) 2) ÷ (E)

    t = √ ((htd) ÷ (λ) ÷ (hc) ÷ (λ))

    (1) ÷ (c) =(P) ÷ (E)

    E=mc2

     

    Likewise, momentum can also follow with this simple proof.

    Eec = (m × (πAB)2) ÷ (tc2)

    Eec = mv2

    P= (E) ÷ (v)

    P=mv


    Inverse Relationship of Time and Velocity to Energy

    Angular momentum, or time correction, plotted results in an organized and stack image of energy. In addition, time is showing an inverse relation ship to energy (Agravat 2013) which is supported by the Kauffman, Bucherer, Neumann experiment explaing the E/m relationship is showing an increase for decrease in velocity (Hecht 2009).


    Hypergeometric Function

    The plot of a hypergeometric function in an infinite series, Agravat series, is showing an decrease in velocity. One may infer than perhaps then the decrease in velocity will result in an increase in energy due to hypergeometric forces. The assumption may be that f(z) ~ c or speed and mass is ~ y in the transformation of E=mc2. The fifth Agravat series  (Agravat 2011) is:

       





    Figure 1. Agravat series and descending velocity function


    Figure 2. Kaufmann, Bucherer, Neumann Expereiment
    Figure 2. Kaufmann, Bucherer, and Neumann Experiment E/m vs velocity





    Reference

    [1] Agravat, Manoj B MPH (A). Time Correction, Energy and Momentum . Science Journal of Physics. Volume 2012,Article ID sjp-111, 13 Pages, 2012. doi: 10.7237/sjp.

     

    [2] Agravat, Manoj B MPH , New Methods for time Correction of Energy, Momentum, and Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, Asian Journal of Science and Technology , Vol. 4, Issue 5,   Pages 59-66, 2013 ,   http://journalajst.com/sites/default/files/1214.pdf .

    [3] Agravat, Manoj (2011). Formulas Calculating Risk Estimates and Testing for Effect Modification and Confounding.

      http://www.lexjansen.com/pharmasug/2011/sp/pharmasug-2011-sp03.pdf

     

    [4] Hecht, Eugene. Einstein on Mass and Energy. American Journal of Physics (77):9. September 2009.

    [5] Carroll, Sean. Faster than Light Neutrinos (2011).

    [6] Special Relativity http://www.fourmilab.ch/etexts/einstein/specrel/www/

    [7]  Agravat, Manoj B MPH , New Time Dilation, Time Correction, Photoelectric Effect, De Broglie Equation, and Hypotenuse Axiom Method. Asian Journal of Science and Technology,2014

        http://www.journalajst.com/sites/default/files/Download%201465.pdf

     


    Comments

    This is just unabashed crackpot nonsense.
    Science2.0 has done okay keeping these infrequent, but this one clearly slipped through. It is even on the "Top Articles" list, which is a shame. Can someone delete this junk? Or if you are really opposed to deleting, at least move it to the culture -> random thoughts ?

    Hank
    My rule of thumb: It's not wrong unless you tell us it's wrong.

    :)

    I moved it to random thoughts because it isn't physics. And I am not sure it is math.
    mbamphAP
    By the way Lagrangians, in physics peer review magazines I have been through review  and published. Some people may have disagreed but have not stated anything to show quesitons of validity. I have thoroughly been through the proofs in my references along with my physics professor in college. To say  this has slipped by quality is mere opinion you neither supported nor Lagrange may or may not have. People have to prove criticism through excellence not talk.
    mph_mba
    mbamphAP

    About Lagrange and Time Y~ asin(mx)sin(nt):

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph-Louis_Lagrange

     

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->Similar solution to linear equation of y=mx + b for x and nt

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->Product of linear functions and is transforms

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->T or time in Y ~ sin(mx)*sin(nt)

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->Time is non zero

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->Velocity is assumed to be low by Einstein for E=mc2

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->Inertia frame

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->No absolute time (limitation)

    By time correction I have time correction derivations meant for:

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->1)    <!--[endif]-->Calculations involving R x T=D involved for relativity energy and momentum

    Agravat, Manoj B MPH (A). Time Correction, Energy and Momentum . Science Journal of Physics. Volume 2012,Article ID sjp-111, 13 Pages, 2012. doi: 10.7237/sjp.

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->2)    <!--[endif]-->Time at low values approaching 0 for energy and momentum

    Agravat, Manoj B MPH , New Methods for time Correction of Energy, Momentum, and Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, Asian Journal of Science and Technology , Vol. 4, Issue 5,   Pages 59-66, 2013 ,   http://journalajst.com/sites/default/files/1214.pdf .

     

     Agravat, Manoj B MPH , New Time Dilation, Time Correction, Photoelectric Effect, De Broglie Equation, and Hypotenuse Axiom Method. Asian Journal of Science and Technology,2014

        http://www.journalajst.com/sites/default/files/Download%201465.pdf

     

    <!--[if !supportLists]-->3)    <!--[endif]-->I also add uncertainty time derivations for change in energy times change in time:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:Articles_for_creation/Time_correction

     

    Sine Inverse of v2/v1 shown to be ~ orthogonal with sum of cosine of v2/v1 based on time correction. The derivations included are clear to the point.

     

    In HISTORIA MATHEMATICA 25 (1998), 154–184

    ARTICLE NO. HM972186

    Jacobi’s Criticism of Lagrange: The Changing Role of

    Mathematics in the Foundations of Classical Mechanics

    Helmut Pulte

    Institut fu¨ r Philosophie, Ruhr-Universita¨t Bochum, D-44780 Bochum, Germany

    There is a continuity in Lagrange’s attempt to present mechanics as an axiomatic

    science; he starts from a seemingly evident, general, and certain principle and

    develops it in a deductive manner with a minimum of further assumptions. As he

    put it, he ‘‘intended to reduce the theory of this science, and the art of resolving

    the problems which are related to it, to general formulas’’ [33, v]. This remark

    should not, however, be understood as an announcement of an abstract theory of

    mathematical physics in a modern sense, i.e., of an uninterpreted mathematical

    model that can be shown to be in partial agreement with physical reality. Rather,

    it should be viewed as an expression of his belief in an intrinsic mathematical

    structure of nature itself. His bold claim to make mechanics ‘‘a new branch’’ of

    analysis [33, vi] is rooted in his conviction that the calculus is appropriate for uncovering

    the essential laws of nature and their logical relations.

     

     Critiques and methods can be simple and to the point and even too elaborately said.

     

    mph_mba