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in science what is stationary

 
 
Lordyaswas
 
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Reply Tue 3 Mar, 2015 04:42 am
@FBM,
I once experienced superposition, but the cat came and meowed loudly in my ear and ruined the moment.
FBM
 
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Reply Tue 3 Mar, 2015 06:13 am
@Lordyaswas,
But were you stationary at the time? Or at least using stationary?
martinies
 
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Reply Wed 4 Mar, 2015 08:27 am
@FBM,
Been thinking a bit moore on it. Say we take 1 as to represent the photon. Then we can have 0 as representing nonlocality and 2 as representing the event. So 1 the photon has a nonlocal reference frame as seen from and observation in 2 but it 1 the photon as seen from 2 is a constant for all ref frames in 2.
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martinies
 
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Reply Thu 5 Mar, 2015 08:18 am
@FBM,
Could the photon have a limitless frame of reference then.
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