Damn, this morning i realized that the Daleks kood eezyly outsmart me.
If they put the poolhall in a very big spinning artificial-g space-station, my 3 scales would show gravity, whilst in fakt it iz radial-inertia. Einstein didn't ever mention radial-inertia -- it took the Daleks to think of it. So now i havta think some more. I will be back.
Got it. Took me 30seconds. Coriolis.
If i dangle a scale on a wire & lift the scale off the floor, if the poolhall iz in a spinning artificial-g space-station then the scale's dangle-angle will be off vertical (momentaryly at least). Here Coriolis will tell me whether Daleks are messing with the poolhall, & will tell me which direction the space-station iz spinning. Coriolis iz bad news for pool balls & for Daleks.
Hey, while i woz writing that stuff, i thort of a second test.
If the pooltable iz perfiktly level, & perfiktly flat, then if in an artificial-g space-station, the pool balls will roll off left&right, but not when going up'n'down the centreline (depending on table orientation).
This meens that Brunswick will havta make some tables with a cylindrical kurv in the slate.
The kurv kood be along the centreline or across the centreline, depending on the intended orientation inside the space-station. My bet iz that they stuffup and all the tables will hav the wrong kurv.
Damn, penny just dropped, the Daleks would hav twigged that i might cotton-on to that kurved slate & roll-off bizness.
The Daleks would hav made a table with a kurved slate so that ball-rolloff would not occur. Anyhow i kan still outsmartem. I kan check the table az it iz, then turn the table 90dg and test for rolloff again. Yep, i think i am ready now.
Az George Bush sayd, "bringem on", and he allso sayd, "well u Daleks havta ask yourselfs, are u feeling lucky, well, are ya, punks".