That being said, if the craft was travelling at light speed you could not see it. The light emitted from the front surface at near the speed of light would be so highly blue shifted that it would be above or in the gamaray zone, but not a particularly powerful source nor a single burst that would then trigger sensors like SWIFT, or Fermi, but might be visible to HESS if they do comparative imaging over time to detect moving gammaray objects *across* its field of view. If its coming right at us probably not.
Due to the laws of physics I can still sleep well at night.
Here is a little scenario. An officer stops on the side of the road, and waits until that location gets marked on waze. Then he moves to another street and waits to get marked again, and again. Now the map looks like the police are all over the place. Properly played waze is a force multiplier. If waze were to simply change the marking algorithm so that marking an officer took one user event, but removing it took several, then the police would have the kind of visual presence on the map that would serve their better interest. People in those areas will slow down, and no you won't know which is current and which is merely recent.
On The Thermodynamics Of General Relativity.
I have been looking for constructive feedback on these new ideas, so please do so if you have the time. I published this paper simply to get these new ideas out on the table for discussion by the community while I turn my attention to my next paper on solutions to the paradox of Special Relativity, and later the structure of matter and spacetime. The same solution fits all the open issues I know about.
Thermodynamic Unification Theory https://plus.google.com/u/0/+S...
[...] to Congress and see if it [...]to make them think.
What? Make them think? Make Congress think? That's an Oxymoron, having both terms in the same sentence.
Besides they will never think, because if they did, then all that money paid to them to buy political/financial favors might be all for naught. The rich will never let that happen.
The first version always gets thrown away.