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  • stefan

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    Cool if true, but a lot of things is cool if true. Anyway last demo was a lot of fun. So to me it is entertaining. And who knows maybe hell freezes over.
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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    Not the first time that has been said. This is from the 1999 article LeBob just posted:

    "Tests at Lehigh University are interesting, confirms Dr. Alfred Miller, a senior research scientist there who has tested BlackLight Power’s
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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    I think that many characterizations is of the kind "we do not know" but the number of ways it can happen via normal science is so large that you simply cannot prove the Hydrino theory, maybe there is an unknown proper argument .....…
  • stefan

    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    Hydrino gas has been introduced in gas chromotagraphs. This peak looks impressive and as far as I know ghost peaks are from contaminations. This result should not be there according to current science.

    I hope they get a few labs confirming this at some…
  • Comment Gérard McEK from ECat World Blog.

    Today I visited the second day of the GlobalBEM conference and I was also able to see the first day via Life Streaming. I enjoyed the presentation of Prof. Theo Almeida Murphy the first day. His presentation was…
  • stefan

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    LeBob

    Dimensions is the wrong word, degrees of freedom is better, for example movments of a rigid body have more than three degrees of freedom
    and could be seen as living in a space with 6 dimesions mathematically speaking as you have 6 degrees of…
  • stefan

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    Wyttenbach
    Hmm I'm wondering about the Hamilton Jaccobi equation for three orbitals, if you write it out includeing the typicall magnetic influence you will find in QM have

    p(1,x)^2 + p(1,y)^2 + p(1,z)^2 + p(2,x)^2 + p(2,y)^2 + p(2,z)^2 + p(3,x)^2 +…
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    This is an interesting discussion Bohr Model, the technique with deriving the Hamilton Jaccobi equations really is interesting. It do look that spherical shells and Mills theory can popup
    from this feature of QM. To me they essentially look the same and…
  • stefan

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    Did 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 non-smooth solution at a spherical surfaces because the weighting function [1]…