The church of SM physics

  • It's all baloney. Since it's the wave nature of matter, a more massive particle has a shorter wavelength. Martin van der Mark wrote about this. See on the nature of stuff and the hierarchy of the forces: smaller mass means bigger wavelength, so you can’t fit a longer-wavelength 2.3 MeV quark inside a smaller-wavelength 938.27 MeV proton.


    Sadly Martin died on Monday. He had a brain tumour. Very sad. He and his wife Inge stayed overnight at my house a few years back. We had a great evening. His close friend and co-author John Williamson sent an email to large list of people, including me.

  • Since it's the wave nature of matter, a more massive particle has a shorter wavelength.


    No problem for SM physicists. As long as they can use plain wave solutions for particles they are happy...


    In few years you only will find quark(s) in the grocery store. It's the most ridiculous invention of a desperate generation of physicists that lost their all mighty daddies.

  • Geoneutrinos confirm that we are standing on a uranium and thorium mantle

    Source: Infn


    The Borexino experiment at the INFN Gran Sasso National Laboratories has just published the latest measurements on geoneutrinos, the neutrinos that come from the bowels of the Earth, in "Physical Review D". The result shows that a large part of the heat released from inside the Earth derives from the processes of decay of thorium and uranium inside the mantle


    Protected by the Gran Sasso massif from radiation coming from space, and thus immersed in what is called cosmic silence, Borexino is the purest experiment in the world for the measurement of neutrinos, not only those coming from the Sun but also those coming from bowels of the Earth, the so-called geoneutrinos. After more than ten years of data acquisition and their sophisticated analysis, the international collaboration that leads the experiment of the INFN Gran Sasso National Laboratories has published the new results on geoneutrinos in the journal "Physical Review D", which for their Valore has selected them as Editors' Suggestion, counting them among the articles considered of major importance and scientific interest.


    "For the first time the signal of neutrinos produced by the radioactive decay processes of uranium and thorium distributed in the Earth's mantle has been clearly observed, allowing to exclude 99% the hypothesis of absence of radioactivity in the depths of the Earth", explains Gioacchino Ranucci , researcher of the INFN Section of Milan and co-manager of the scientific collaboration Borexino. The published result shows that much of the heat given off by the bowels of the Earth derives from the radioactive decay of uranium-238 and thorium-232 present in the Earth's mantle, almost 3,000 km thick, on which rests the thin crust that we trample. In fact, Borexino researchers estimated with a high probability (about 85%) that radioactive decays in rocks produce more than half of the earth's heat, with a predominant role of the mantle compared to the crust. This evidence opens up new scenarios in the global geochemical exploration of our planet. Having established a minimum abundance value of uranium and thorium in the Earth's mantle, it is possible to affirm that a not negligible portion of the energy that feeds volcanoes, earthquakes and the Earth's magnetic field is produced by terrestrial radioactivity.


    "The publication not only collects the new results but also presents an analysis methodology that can be adopted by new generation experiments, which will see INFN protagonist internationally", underlines Marco Pallavicini, researcher of the INFN Section of Genoa and co- responsible for scientific collaboration Borexino. "The next challenge for the scientific community is to be able to measure geoneutrinos from the mantle with greater statistical significance, perhaps with detectors distributed in different places on our planet."


    The study of geoneutrinos


    Neutrinos are elusive particles: due to their very small, almost zero mass, and the fact that they are neutral, that is, they do not have an electric charge, they interact very little with matter and this makes their observation difficult. Every second, about a million geoneutrinos cross a square centimeter of the Earth's surface. These particles are produced by terrestrial natural radioactivity and represent one of the few probes that we have available to directly explore the bowels of the Earth. The intense magnetic field, the incessant volcanic activity and the movement of the lithospheric plates are just some of the peculiarities of our planet, which make it unique among the planets of the solar system. Many of these fascinating phenomena that we observe on the surface occur at depths of several thousand kilometers and their origin remains unknown. Not being able to explore the mantle and the Earth's core directly, we just have to get information from seismic waves or rock samples brought to the surface by tectonic movements.


    In the middle of the last century George Gamow and the Nobel prize for physics Fred Reines considered the possibility of measuring geoneutrinos to study the radioactive decays that take place inside the Earth, but immediately the challenge seemed too difficult for both: it was clear that the very low probability of interaction with matter made the detection of geoneutrinos very difficult, which remained hidden in the background noise produced by radioactivity of terrestrial and cosmic origin. Now, almost seventy years later, in the Gran Sasso National Laboratories, what seemed impossible at the time has become a scientific result, thanks to the extreme purity and sensitivity of the Borexino experiment.

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  • Re- Gran Sasso experiments and Ruthenium Leaks...


    https://physicsworld.com/a/exp…dioactive-ruthenium-leak/

    "They argue that the ruthenium-106 could not have been released by a nuclear-powered satellite burning up in the atmosphere, given that its half life – 372 days – is too short to power a satellite over its expected lifetime, while pointing out that no satellite appears to have gone missing at the time of the radioactive release."

    Can easily be another Russian wunderwaffe - nuclear powered cruise missile

  • Worthy initiative from Navid..from late 2019

    Classical Spin Of The Electron - An Open Investigation"

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ds14CBJzzUiYCzdGMwB6MBiopcg69_rhYjAd0LcSXsY/edit

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    What are we doing? An “open source” project to investigate classical electron spin

    How do we plan to do this? - get 3 physicists/electrical engineers together Background needed? Advanced electromagnetic theory Goal? First to understand.

    Second, publish a 2 page review paper on spin

    'Understanding' involves heavy reading/math

    of Volume One GUTCP..Chapter One pg 53-199..

    https://brilliantlightpower.co…P-2020-Ed-Volume1-Web.pdf


  • We have an RF engineer looking at this but can use more people to join. The material isnt' that much, but you have to go to fundamentals (ie. what is "kinetic angular momentum", "potential angular momentum", what is flux linkage, what is the energy of a spin flip transition mean in this context) , and have to reference the Jackson E&M book. Thesis is simple: if we can show that a real physical model can be created that seems to calculate some phenomena, even if it isnt' the final model/answer, it might open up inquiry into advanced classical physics - which is about as popular as a Wuhan is a tourist destination right now. If this works, we have may even have a new consulting business on our hands. Inquire within!

  • if we can show that a real physical model can be created that seems to calculate some phenomena,


    The real physical model strongly depends on the framework

    AFAIK Mills Chapter 1 has a SU(3) framework..for physical space..

    the orbitosphere model seems to be valid from my brief reading of Chapter One of GUTCP..


    another valid framework is SO(4) = SU(2)xSU(2)

    the NPP2 Model which uses this appears to be able to calculate some phenomena..accurately

    such as the 13.6 ...... ev (9 or so digits precision) ionisation energy for the hydrogen atom

    https://www.researchgate.net/p…physics_Main_achievements


  • Are the same things verified possible in an SO(4) based framework that are described possible in the GUTCP framework, for example hydrino-like exothermic atomic phenomina? I have the 2020 volume and have skimmed through some chapters to get a general view of the model. Would like to see if there is anything that is possible in the standard model that is either impossible or made harder/easier in a classical model with 3d/4d fundimental particles. Good initiative by Navid .

  • Are the same things verified possible in an SO(4) based framework that are described possible in the GUTCP framework, for example hydrino-like exothermic atomic phenomina?


    GUTCP is still and only classical 3D,t physics except Mills first try for a 4D gravity based metric.


    GUTCP does not explain "hydrinos". Its a postulate based on a mathematical analogy. In fact the hydrino-model does violate the charge conservation rule. Mills misses the subtle difference between a potential that increasing and adding real charge. H* is owns "magnetic" bond.

  • GUTCP is still and only classical 3D,t physics except Mills first try for a 4D gravity based metric.


    GUTCP does not explain "hydrinos". Its a postulate based on a mathematical analogy. In fact the hydrino-model does violate the charge conservation rule. Mills misses the subtle difference between a potential that increasing and adding real charge. H* is owns "magnetic" bond.

    Thanks, ok so magnetic/strong force, picoscale (I mean closer than known electron orbit distances) bonds are possible between atomic nuclei. Only technically possible in your model with a bond of H2*, H* clusters or a bond of H* to a suitable element?

  • The description of the video says he got a much better mounted set up, and the variation was greatly reduced (back then many suspected some mechanical resistance problems of the experimental mounting could explain the effect), but he says with his better setup there's still a significant measurable variation. What does this means? after all these years, he has failed to get more attention it seems.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.