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Author Topic: Lucjan Lagiewka 2013 experiment Inverse Square Law Vs Newton ( Marosz modif)  (Read 2304 times)
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on: September 02, 2014, 04:26:11 pm » posted from:,,Poland

LUCJAN LAGIEWKA's  EXPERIMENT ( INVERSE SQUARE LAW VS NEWTON )

Below I showing test that You can see in POLAND ( KOWARY CITY place where live MR Lucjan )

 AFTER TEST I SHOWING ELECTRIC VERSION MR LUCJAN TEST !!! INVERSE SQUARE LAW is much more important than NEWTON !!!


INVERSE SQUARE LAW - LAW DESCRIBES  HOW ENERGY RISE IN UNIVERS !!!



2x more fare from place where signal started = 4x lower Joul/meter^3

4x more fare from place where signal started = 16x lower Joul/meter^3

6x ...
...
....



LAGIEWKA's EXPEIMENT ( POLAND 02/04/2013)


Part 1
below picture and Ytube
Ytbe time 4 : 24 three the same mass M



Part 2
Ytube time 7: 55 small mass m asymetry ( m <<< M )



NOTICE !!!

AFTER COLLISION
( small mass will take close to 100 % energy Eo )

M*V ---------> { three way pipe } M*Vx -->

Vx < V !!!

Perpendicular direction is neutral for momentum



ORYGINAL YTUBE SOURCE

http://youtu.be/FgsJrimgPiQ


MAROSZ - my modification - perpendicular pipe schould be more shorter !!! mass m will take much more energy than mass M!!! IT IS MY OWN IDEA HOW TO IMPROVE LAGIEWKA's TEST !!!


------------------------------ M
.......I
.......I
.......m

Marosz electric version LAGIEWKA TEST !!!

+..... 10 meters wire ...resistor(X ohm) ...........- >>> 30 km/s
.....I
.....I
..resistor ( X ohm )
.....I
.....I

more electric energy will go to short arm reason is Inverse Square LAW !!!



We can prepare also electric version !!! Michelson Morley experiment !! ( it will be electro-mechanic test )
small electrons has got mass !!! mass m is moving !!!


+..... 10 meters wire ...resistor ...........- >>> 30 km/s

electric wire = medium +/- or -/+ direction we will register different resistance





EINSTEIN's train and above !!
the bigest mistake is that people understand tha FLAT line = light . Not exist in universe FLAT WAVE !!! waves are always 3D !!!



The dors waits not for light but for EM preasure !!!
optical sensors are registering ( Joul/meter ^3 ) and need minimal initial energy !!!




SENSORS INSIDE TRAIN WILL NOT BE OPEN AT ONE TIME
SENSORS ARE REGISTERING joul/meter^3 like camera chip
SESNOR need register minimal joules nomber to open the door


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