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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..PostDid some more work. Found a solution to Dirac equation (matrix equation).
Also noted that this solution has infinite energy and norm. Another observation is that
we can allow a nonsmooth solution at a spherical surfaces because the weighting function [1]… 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..PostOk I tried to motivate further for why the multiplication of the fields yields a QM correspondance. here is a new addedum of paper2.
Assume that we have a standing wave with source terms running at the speed of light. I will assume that
this is the… 
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Liked LeBob’s post in the thread BLP update.Like (Post)https://brilliantlightpower.co…etalcalorimeterresults/
A new update from BLP. This calorimetry test gives a COP of 4.8 with 100kw overflow. Guessing this is for the people who say there is never any power measurements. Thankful for this! 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..PostSorry for posting nonsence, I did a new update of the paper on google docs.
New finding is that If you take an sort of even distribution of a EM soup with mostly high frequence stuff or related to small length scales
and then note that an EM field cand be… 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..Post(Quote from stefan)
New version, better explanation of what I'm doing I think. Also I put it on google docs download the pdf from there
and read it on your home computer. The reason for this is that the page in physExchange is on hold, it's a bad question… 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..PostNew version added, cleanup, more straightforward deduction more details added to enable people to follow 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..Post(Quote from Andras)
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Wyttenbach
I did another try today in formulating a EM  QED connection, it was great fun not sure if it works though but Wyttenbachs SO(4) seam to pop up as well.
In order to have some nice markup I placed it at PhysStackExchange 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..Post(Quote from Wyttenbach)
Having a link between EM and QM will mean that we have a better argument. We can say yes QM is proper physics in some regards. But using QM for the particles
themselves is wrong, QM works for an electrons in hydrogen because the… 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..PostTitle: EM vs QM
Date: 20190923 23:00
Author: Stefan Israelsson Tampe
Sorry for the schematic math, I will post it in a nicer form later,
To want to understand QM you are not suppose to think what's the reson behind it is, but simply accept it and continue… 
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Replied to the thread Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory..PostThis book has an interesting approach. If you consider E=mc^2 than that is close to a curled up charge that moves at the speed of light and this property that fundamental charge densities should move at the speed of light is something of a clue. Now from… 
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Replied to the thread ICCF22 (Sept. 813) News/reports/opinions.Post(Quote from rubycarat)
here is a link of a discussion of that Clifford Algebra and MaxwellDirac theory. 
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Replied to the thread BLP update.Post(Quote from seven_of_twenty)
They are clearly working on just this. But they keep the card tight to their chest. Perhaps they have not completed the work yet, or they want to save the announcement to a point where it is beneficial for the company like a… 
stefan
Liked JedRothwell’s post in the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.Like (Post)(Quote from Ascoli65)
That is not plausible, because multiple meters are used to ensure there can be no mistake of that nature. 
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Replied to the thread Mizuno Airflow Calorimetry.Post(Quote from CWatters)
This is math, accroding to spec you have aprox same power so
U1 I1 = U2 I2
Reareange this by dividing by I1I2 you get
U1/I2 = U2 / I1
So of cause you get aprox same resistance if you switch e.g. voltage. That is not strange at… 
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Liked Epimetheus’s post in the thread BLP update.Like (Post)(Quote from seven_of_twenty)
As always: these videos are not for you. These videos are for the people who follow BLP and who assume no fraudulent behavior. They mentioned the input power for older systems  I assume that the input power was tuned down… 
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Replied to the thread BLP update.Post(Quote from Epimetheus)
I think that they not running it at full power so a guess would be that they have around COP 10 atm. But well see, maybe this thingie is only economical to generate heat 
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Replied to the thread BLP update.Post(Quote from Shane D.)
Assuming low input power with a good enough COP to get out electricity on the plus side of this and that we get a hight enough eV per hydrogen to be able to split it from water and still have a plus, This is a fantastic video and is… 
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Liked Epimetheus’s post in the thread BLP update.Like (Post)A one hour run is a great step forward. And he mentioned that they kept the internal temperature steady. With this kind of system a steady temperature is probably hard to achieve:
https://brilliantlightpower.co…npoweredbythesuncell/
Seems like a… 
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Liked Epimetheus’s post in the thread Validation of Randell Mills GUTCP  a call for action.Like (Post)I dont think it is pure luck because in my opinion his model that connects space, mass and energy has a high chance to be correct. But I think he got lucky with the exact number. The text at Eq. 32.142 shows the basis of this value. It is the number of… 
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Replied to the thread Validation of Randell Mills GUTCP  a call for action.PostTo raise the mind from the microscopic to macroscopic,
RM predicted the acceleration of the expansion of the universe and his calculated value seam to be smack in the middle or a little high.
Recent calculations of the accelleration seam to prove that…