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So if my Software Engineering Physics calculations are correct, I could achieve the same results without this device by telling everyone to close their eyes for 60 seconds.

Or did I calculate something backward in the pages of calculations I just did, then then?
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So if my Software Engineering Physics calculations are correct, I could achieve the same results without this device by telling everyone to close their eyes for 60 seconds.

Or did I calculate something backward in the pages of calculations I just did, then then?
I think your calculations are correct sir
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Congratulations on stating the obvious. Did you just pass basic high school physics?
His question was whether he would age slower or faster with respect to his gf. The answer was, he will be slightly younger.




Again, stating the obvious much?
Yet, once he disabled the cloak, non-slowed down photons would overcome the slower photons only traveling at 60MPH with respect to the ground so the observer would see both the prior and current events at the same time.
This wasn't obvious for some of the people here and I was explaining it to them. Not everyone here is a know it all like yourself and unlike you I am being kind enough to explain.

If you actually have anything intelligent to say without insulting someone else then I suggest you get on with it.
    
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So if my Software Engineering Physics calculations are correct, I could achieve the same results without this device by telling everyone to close their eyes for 60 seconds.

Or did I calculate something backward in the pages of calculations I just did, then then?
Mostly, the only thing your missing is to set up a camera of... whatever that person is looking at, film it for those 60 seconds, then have the person open their eyes on the monitor with the recorded image and the current image overlaid.
    
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This wasn't obvious for some of the people here and I was explaining it to them. Not everyone here is a know it all like yourself and unlike you I am being kind enough to explain.

If you actually have anything intelligent to say without insulting someone else then I suggest you get on with it.
The problem is, you're not explaining it. You're trying to come off as a know it all yourself. You were also incorrect in your conclusion.

Anyone who has taken a basic physics class in high school(which might leave out most Americans, I admit) would of already known what you stated.
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The problem is, you're not explaining it. You're trying to come off as a know it all yourself. You were also incorrect in your conclusion.

Anyone who has taken a basic physics class in high school(which might leave out most Americans, I admit) would of already known what you stated.
I apologize for making a simple typo, yah, in one of the examples with the 80 mph car the man is younger then his girlfriend. Its a simple error, my apologies.

This stuff is anything but 'basic physics'. Its Einstein's theory of special relativity. Poopa, the difference between you and I on this subject is that when I see an error I not only correct it, I try to explain the reasoning of it in an understandable form while still trying to keep everything straight in a naturally complex topic. I am actually trying to show people here the explanation for it. All your doing is fishing through other people's statements in order to find the one little error and attempting to nail them for it. Why? I have no clue. None whatsoever.
    
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I apologize for making a simple typo, yah, in one of the examples with the 80 mph car the man is younger then his girlfriend. Its a simple error, my apologies.

This stuff is anything but 'basic physics'. Its Einstein's theory of special relativity. Poopa, the difference between you and I on this subject is that when I see an error I not only correct it, I try to explain the reasoning of it in an understandable form while still trying to keep everything straight in a naturally complex topic. I am actually trying to show people here the explanation for it. All your doing is fishing through other people's statements in order to find the one little error and attempting to nail them for it. Why? I have no clue. None whatsoever.
Um, I'm not going around correcting everyone. You quoted me with an incorrect answer then went on and on about how you came about your conclusion. I'm just responding to you quoting me.

Anyways, time dilation is covered in basic Astronomy/Physics classes. Special and General Relativity go much deeper than just what we're discussing.
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Wouldnt this mean having to literally drape the entire overhead of wahtever the target/subject is to be able to block/filter/slow/etc all the light?
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Wouldnt this mean having to literally drape the entire overhead of wahtever the target/subject is to be able to block/filter/slow/etc all the light?
My guess is it would be a panel of some sort you would put up in front of you. I'm sure whatever the material is that is used is not pliable
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