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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Thanks for the reply. I completely understand this part.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    In these two sentences are you still talking about the classic 3D situation? Or are you now talking about what happens in a 4D space when the 2 loops…
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  • Bruce__H Reacted with Thanks to Wyttenbach’s post in the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

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    In classic 3D space two magnetic moments settle down in a minimal force configuration. With two independent ring current only a 1D interaction happens from the field to the the other current. Either left or right depending on the…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Please help me understand what is going on in Figure 1 of Wyttenbach's Researchgate paper (the one you posted earlier). What is your understanding of what is depicted there? And how does it relate to a Biot-Savart operator or a…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    I agree with all this. I just don't see the role it plays in Wyttenbach's theories or, to be more specific, in understanding Figure 1 of Wyttenbach's Researchgate paper (i.e., the figure that RobertBryant posted earlieron this…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    SO(4) has 6 degrees of freedom. I understand that. But SO(4) is the algebra of rigid rotations in 4-space ... which is how it seems to come up in your theory. You seem to posit 4 spatial dimensions through which circulating…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Good. That would be more understanding than I have then!

    I could ask specific questions about the figure but perhaps it would be better if you could tell me a bit about the essence of what is showing. I don't find the printed…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    Alan Smith

    Do you understand what is going on in the figure that RobertBryant posted (a copy of which is at the top of this page)?
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    No it isn't. It is a physical question. By "directly experience" a spatial dimension, I mean able to measure a displacement. So ... why are we not capable of measuring displacement along 4 orthogonal directions in physical…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

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    I understand. I was asking about direct experience of 4 spatial dimensions.

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    Of course. That is why I said ... "I would have hoped for some explanation for why we directly experience only 3 dimensions but
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Do you understand what is meant to be going on the diagram you showed?
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Do you understand what is going on in this diagram?
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    Four spatial dimensions seems to me to be a stumbling block to accepting SO(4) physics. I think that in the theory they are meant to be 4 tangible and simultaneously accessible dimensions within which something or other orbits (along a Clifford torus). …
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    What is the base 4-dimensional space here? It appears to me to be made of 4 spatial dimensions.
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    What does it mean for EM flux to orbit? What is your internal picture of this?
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Thanks. I'm still trying to understand. What is it that is doing the orbiting?
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  • Bruce__H Reacted with Like to Drgenek’s post in the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

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    I haven't been able to make sense of Wyttenbach either. Fortunately, there are renown scientists, who provides a similar model. The website is
    Common Sense Science
    Look under the tab models of matter. Particularly look at the tab…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    RobertBryant and/or Alan Smith

    Do either of you understand the basics of Wyttenbach's SO(4) physics? Can you tell me what space circulating charge "orbits" through in this theory?
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    I am unable to understand your Researchgate paper. Have you ever encountered anyone who understands your SO(4) theories?
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    I am specifically struggling with Wyttenbach's picture of something (charge? magnetic flux?) circulating along orbits on a Clifford torus. What part of the document you are recommending sheds light on this? It seems to deal with…
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  • Bruce__H Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    True. SO(4) has 6 degrees of freedom.

    But what is orbiting? And what space is it orbiting through?
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