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Old February 6 2014, 03:22 AM   #16
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Re: Neutronium, warp-speed projectiles, and black holes.

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Anyway, the point is that as far as collisions between solid objects at high velocities, your measured energy will trend upwards towards infinity as you approach lightspeed; that is not, however, KINETIC energy, and won't be transferred as such.
Yeah, it is the kinetic energy. I mean, look at the word. I don't know what you're going on about with Doppler shifts but, sheesh, that isn't even wrong.
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Old February 6 2014, 11:51 PM   #17
Re: Neutronium, warp-speed projectiles, and black holes.

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Not that you know or care what I'm talking about...
Until you can provide the equations to back up your statements, you'll find that not a lot of people will understand (or care about) what you're saying. Physics is a mathematical science. Theories and proofs are not made through anecdote or analogy.

I've provided the equations that support my argument (and that of special relativity...). So, go ahead. I'm listening. You start with the one that shows the following:

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... an object moving at high relativistic velocities does not gain energy or momentum abnormally.

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