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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    gaah! :) forums are *the* absolute worst possible way to track information. the most stunningly insane example of this i have found was a link on peswiki which said, "please refer to this diagram on some random forum page SEVEN…
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    Similar to the perspective
    Timed sequential discharges to ground. 69 diode 62 reaction areas, constant rotation with discharge to ambient ground through the cluster.Constant three sided rotation for the cathodes. About as you are describing.
    Or…
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    (Quote from stefan)


    you mean, the sum at *any given point* also points along the sphere, yes? ah wait... let me think it through...

    ok so i was thinking for a minute of a discrete event simulation, delta-x (computers), so you have x1 and x2 as points…
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    (Quote from stefan)


    *wringing hands* exccelllent muhahahah oo sorry. ok that's what i thought, i just wanted to check.

    ok so let's think this through from an "intuitive" perspective. correct me if any of this is wrong or unclear

    the photon goes…
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    (Quote from stefan)


    i don't think it was you, i was just trying to understand. okay! so! this is probably what all those "eigenvectors" things are about (maybe) - those have to be length 1.0, don't they? so basically the MAGNITUDE is uniform, but…
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    (Quote from stefan)


    ok so allow me to try to get this straight. i don't quite follow what's meant by "constant current density", or perhaps it is that i am surprised that people would think that free space is an *UN*constant current density... or…
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    stefan, apologies, i can't find the exact quote, but you were mentioning that you were having difficulty understanding the "relativity change of perspective" at the end of chapter 1, page 113 of the 2016 GUTCP book.

    i found this:
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    (Quote from gio06)


    now _that_ is _fascinating_. and also a really really vital piece of information. his wikipedia page is... brief. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermann_A._Haus so thank you for sharing this, gio06, it's really appreciated.
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    (Quote from Timo Ylhainen)


    Timo,

    Worked on me! :) No, seriously, you do not need a physics degree to judge if Mills is legitimate. There are other things you can go by. Like his having been successful in other areas before he even started with this…
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    (Quote from Zeus46)


    they have difficulty regulating the black market, and it's areas of the country that are far enough even from Chinese eyes...

    good find about the solar panel assessment. the thing about silicon (and a solar panel is silicon) is,…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    thanks shane that's really appreciated.

    unfortunately.... if you check the group archives from around... i think it was nov 2016... you will see that last year i did in fact join the yahoo group. what you *won't* see is that the…
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    (Quote from optiongeek)


    this is the fundamental basis on which i have the goal to extend dr mill's work into particle physics. i researched the ways in which superposition can occur in a constructive (non-destructive) fashion and they are really quite…
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    (Quote from optiongeek)


    apologies for referring to you in the 3rd person, wyttenberg: optiongeek he is still thinking that the photon is (must be) travelling in a straight line. wyttenberg: the photon curves. attracts itself so strongly - or more…
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    (Quote from Eric Walker)


    within the definition of what i hypothesise a particle to be (self-looped self-attracted photon), i am also struggling to come up with an explanation for what charge could actually be. the best hypothesis that i can come up…
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    (Quote from stefan)


    two things, i feel: i mentioned the first one already: QM, by moving Maxwell's Equations purely to the frequency domain, cannot take into account a static (constant) value. my understanding is that you cannot take an FFT of a DC…
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    (Quote from Epimetheus)


    i have - because of my own inability to fully grasp the mathematics (or, more, in recognition of the fact that it would take a decade that i don't have to get up-to-speed) - decided to take a different approach.

    rather than try…
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    (Quote from Eric Walker)


    the test - if i am reading you correctly - is to read the work and follow the derivations, from scratch, and look, for yourself (or trust someone else) if there are any "magic constants" or anything *other* than the (one)…
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    (Quote from Eric Walker)


    it's a convenient word to encapsulate and refer to a mathematical construct / concept. the next phase is to then integrate those two dimensional surfaces and come up with a 3D shape... which happens to be... for example... ooo…
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    (Quote from Zephir_AWT)


    the fundamental basis of the entire theory is that the electron *is* light. *is* a photon. there *is* nothing but light, in the entire universe. bar nothing. bit mind-blowing, eh? :)

    how the hell could a photon become an…
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