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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    Sorry IO but No. These questions are meaningful from a practical engineering perspective. Because if there exists a class of nuclear reactions at low energy, regardless of specific manifestation, they offer a more…
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    What is most interesting to me is the new equations of motion, which show how the photon accelerates back to the speed of light, as that is the lowest energy state at v=c. As important, is that he says neutrinos are the same…
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    I don't know if this theory or paper has been discussed before on this board, but I found it fascinating, If true it helps explain some intractable problems with observations about Neutrinos (how can they have mass as proven by oscilations, yet seem to…
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    I understand gravity thanks. Starting with light: it doesn't curve because it follows the curvature of spacetime. That’s a myth. Einstein never said that. He said: “the curvature of light rays occurs only in spaces where the
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    Very interesting and great link to the Einstein paper. The rest of that paragraph is even more fascinating. So the whole idea of curved spacetime was fabricated by subsequent physicists?
    I am curious if he perhaps later came up…
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    By Boot Strapping you meant BS'ing for short, right?
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    Are you sure? He can't even answer a multiple choice question clearly.
    I guess it could be worse, he could have just said "Yes" again.
    But I guess that is part of his brilliance, as WCG espouses?
    Sven should ask again like this:

    Dear…
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    Have you ever contacted Mills about your corrections to his theory? A long time ago I asked him a question on the BLP website and he did respond. I think it is worth a try to tell him about your work.
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    Rossi knows this force of Niagara Falls through direct measurement. He measured it with a 1 ohm resistor.
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    Rossi's system definitely uses a different mechanism, which is pure BS. Lumping him in with everyone else is perjury.
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    True, I was just trying to make fun or Rossi. I will apologize to Mills, who has a chance of success.
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    I hear that the industrialization of the SunCell is delayed due to a backlog at both the puppet show vendor and campy jingle writer. Also Mills last minute attempt to replace the metal box with blue plastic causes it to melt even…
  • PhysicsForDummies

    Liked JedRothwell’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    Yes, he did. He and Redding told me that in person. I thought it was one of the most stupid business strategies I ever heard. I still think so. You cannot calibrate a presentation or evidence to make it just appealing enough for your…
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    I sure don’t get any motivation reading your comment.
    I also think Rossi should be played out to the end.
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    Sam, what was this crucial point? And why did his latest posts become more negative after this point? Was this crucial point the point at which he realized his garbage doesn't work? What happened to the industrialization of the SK and…
  • Why SM fails:



    This is the SM QCD Lagrangian based on classic logic gained in electro dynamics and strong field gauge invariant description. The structure looks nice, simple and complete but one small and a really big flaw immediately shows why QCD fails.

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    I just want to thank everyone for contributing to the theoretical discussion here. I love that people like THHuxleynew and Wyttenbach can get together and argue, er, exchange ideas with us all, and we can try to figure out who is right. But I bet you…
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    So it works for 5% of the apparent matter in the universe. That's alright then.;) You overlook that fact that we all agree the SM and QM are useful engineering models, but so is Newtonian mechanics. It just isn't perfect.
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    I suggest Lloyds of London Anti-Nobel insurance. They have recovered completely after the losses due to the Obama Nobel Prize shock.
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    This is not from Wyttenbach, and is SO(4). If you would be more adept to read newer ideas you would also see some not so tangential relationship to the Deformed Space Time extension of Einsteins relativity ideas from Cardone et al.…