Message from Biga S in The Ice Wall #lounge

2019-04-07 18:32:20 UTC  

okay sorry for insulting. time * speed = distance, that's how it's possible to measure the distance from sun to earth. got it??

2019-04-07 18:32:31 UTC  

@carlito logged off so no debate

2019-04-07 18:32:38 UTC  

never mind!

2019-04-07 18:32:42 UTC  

we are listening

2019-04-07 18:32:44 UTC  

1 corinthians 13:11

2019-04-07 18:32:48 UTC  

**1 Corinthians 13:11 - King James Version with Apocrypha (KJVA)**


<11> When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. ```

How do you measure time and speed of... what, exactly?


2019-04-07 18:33:26 UTC  

how can we not mind to hear of an experiment that is going to change our entire mindset regarding the shape of the earth

2019-04-07 18:33:36 UTC  

speed of light changes depending on the medium

2019-04-07 18:33:46 UTC  

yeah. carlito the "lazer" is basiclly a strong machine that shoots rays of light into space and measures how long they take to come back, i dont know how much force it takes though i can ask

2019-04-07 18:33:58 UTC  
2019-04-07 18:34:01 UTC  

@Human Sheeple yes. that is correct but not rellevent

2019-04-07 18:34:17 UTC  

And assuming there's vacuum above you when you can clearly see refraction is kind of a no brainer

2019-04-07 18:34:29 UTC  

yes well one would think think that it needs a frikkin big force to get that far and come back too..

2019-04-07 18:34:34 UTC  

lol that is an old film camera but fine

2019-04-07 18:34:36 UTC  

does it bounce back off the sun?

How the hell do you know when they "come back"


2019-04-07 18:34:57 UTC  


2019-04-07 18:35:06 UTC  

Lol yes light bounces off everything with a lower/higher optic denisty

2019-04-07 18:35:27 UTC  

@🍄The Mad Philosopher🍄 since you are showing sorces i will too

2019-04-07 18:35:48 UTC  

go read

2019-04-07 18:35:56 UTC  

so this laser light of yours shot all the way 93 million miles across the solar system , bounced off the sun, then travelled back, and you measured how much time then?

2019-04-07 18:37:05 UTC  

yes, if that sounds weird i can tell you we shoot rays of light over millions of light years, simply turning a flashlight on at night can shoot it's light beyond earth's atmosphere lol @carlito i dont think you realise how fast light is

2019-04-07 18:37:28 UTC  

now, no one debunked me.

2019-04-07 18:37:38 UTC  


2019-04-07 18:37:44 UTC  

yes but what was the time it took?

2019-04-07 18:37:57 UTC  

Alright, @Zika has been warned for '**Bad word usage**'.

2019-04-07 18:38:02 UTC  

we are still asking questions many many questions to ask surely this is HUGE

2019-04-07 18:38:05 UTC  

8 minutes and 20 seconds carlito

Oh, bloody hell.

2019-04-07 18:39:01 UTC  

that IS fast man like really fast

2019-04-07 18:39:10 UTC  

Yes, light is fast lol

2019-04-07 18:39:20 UTC  

fastest information in the universe

2019-04-07 18:39:29 UTC  

known by 2nd graders

2019-04-07 18:39:36 UTC  

how did you know when the light returned exactly

2019-04-07 18:39:40 UTC  
2019-04-07 18:39:49 UTC  

Clearly shows you don't understand the Casimir effect

2019-04-07 18:40:00 UTC