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  • (Quote from Daniel_G)

    I know that this is a premature question (but I bet you are quite certain of what you have), But what time frame would you think you will be able to start produce heaters for houses?
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  • (Quote from Roseland67)

    The Good and evil are in all of us, including you and me.
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  • (Quote from Cydonia)

    So true. A lot of evil in the world consist of people thinking they are all good and their opponent are all evil.
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  • stefan Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    (Quote from gio06)

    Actually I was referring to common practice in handling this. Not you specifically.
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  • stefan Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

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    Actually think about it. We do have a very complete knowledge. Maxwell's equations are there and it explains all we see on the macroscopic level. Somehow when you enter the roam
    of the atoms where atoms level they willy nilly assumes it…
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  • stefan Reacted with Like to gio06’s post in the thread The church of SM physics.

    Simply, the probability amplitude wave-function is a trick to coverup an incomplete understanding of Maxwell equations and the very basic, fundamental role of electromagnetic potentials.
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  • stefan Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    (Quote from Mark U)

    Unfortunately the QM folks that are experts in these double slit experiments seam to be able to rule out this explanation from what they know about the field.
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  • stefan Reacted with Like to Mark U’s post in the thread The church of SM physics.

    Just remembered that Randell Mills explores this.
    Here is his version of electrons going through double slits.

    https://brilliantlightpower.com/double-slit/

    Essentially he is saying that an electron goes through just one slit, but as it approaches the slits …
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  • stefan Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    I had some fun doing this blog post. I hope to continue an a discussion about the idea in the weekend with an expert on the
    double slit experiment at redit. Maybe he will shoot it down we'll see. Anyway it was great fun to put some effort writing the post…
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  • stefan Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

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    Hmm I have an idea. As I think that the assumption that all EM radiation is consisting of an aggregate of photons might be wrong and in reality it is a mix of photons and traditional EM fields. Could it be that strange radiation is just…
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  • (Quote from Daniel_G)

    Ha you should see me at 5am. Splendid talk, liked it a lot thank you.
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  • stefan Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    I was impressed by Daniels presentation of Mizuno derived work and very pleased with the discussion of the control of it. I'm really glad also that this has gone this
    far and as I have no reason to believe that they are lying, just needing to control the…
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  • stefan Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Mark U)

    This is not crazy thoughts at all and quite on the spot. I think that the process where an atom excites and radiates need both a field component and a structural photon to unlock the energy transfer. So one can consider the probability…
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  • stefan Reacted with Like to Mark U’s post in the thread The church of SM physics.

    In popularized QM material I've read, it is a single photon interfering with itself, not necessarily with other photons. So for instance an experiment where only a single photon is fired at a time into the double slit apparatus will yield, over time, a…
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  • stefan Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    (Quote from Mark U)

    I agree that this is sort of obvious to us. But there are nice double slit experiments with a single laser where 100 photons / s is detected and fringes still show up when you aggregate them during a long time, (this is taken for…
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  • stefan Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    If you want to prove that there is something fishy with QM and get a Nobel I suggest you do the following.

    Take the following experiment Two separated lasers Do the double slit with two separated synced lasers where each hit it's own
    slit. Now this article…
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  • stefan Replied to the thread BLP update.

    I have been arguing that QM is the wrong model and as I like to try to bust magic tricks, I am in a nice discussion with a gentleman that knows a lot about double slit experiments and especially all those arguments behind the wave particle interpretation…
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  • stefan Replied to the thread BLP update.

    I have updated an old post here while at it noted that people seam to rightfully argue that the quantization of the angular moment indicates that the classical theories can't explain that. Now in stead of inventing a whole new theory like QM, GUTCP
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