[geocentrism] Re: acceleration calcs

Allen D
Concerning "Title:Quantum tunneling cantilever accelerometer" -- thank you for 
your agreement.
My reading of this document tells me that it remains, for all its sensitivity, 
a mass on a spring. It may indeed register the tiniest of accelerations, but it 
will still read zero if it is not being accelerated. Wouldn't be much use if it 
did would it?
As I don't have any idea how you expect it to read acceleration in free fall, 
why don't you favour us all with a short, concise, lucid explanation of how you 
understand this happening. I'm sure we'd all appreciate that.
And as you raised the matter, a similar explanation of the uses of your 
favourite super-sensitive gyroscope would, I'm sure,  also be appreciated by 
all.
In case you have any doubts here, for mine, Regner said it all.
Paul D


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