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  • GRMattson replied to the thread BLP update.

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    Radioactive decay could also depend on location in the universe. The 14 billion year half life of thorium is ridiculous on the face of it and could be a function of local conditions. In fact there is a theory for alpha decay that involves tunneling…
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread Correct mechanism of Cold fusion of Clean planet.

    Schrodinger's original solution to his wave equation had nothing to do with predicting probability of where the whatever it referred to was. That was gamed in later because they didn't know what to do with the wave functions. They so wanted a wave…
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

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    The first definition of energy I encountered was: Energy is the ability to do work. You can get a handle on that by doing a simple experiment: Compress a spring, lock it in place, connect something up to it such as a clockwork mechanism, a pump, or…
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  • There is also the problem of 'underhead'. When a barrel of oil is refined there is a component left called bunker oil that contains heavy elements and sulfur. In the past it was burned for generating electricity. The last use I heard about was…
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  • Also. particles accelerated by a sudden release of an extreme gravity could provide the energy, such as the case in the combining of two neutron stars .
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  • If all but one gas station in Houghton closed the one that remained would be at Walmart. I would still drive ten miles for gas . The problem would be waiting in line,
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  • Wyttenbach

    Don't you realize that gravity satisfies a form of Gauss's Law? If you apply it to a city sized neutron star having several suns worth of mass, you find a very large force holding it together. Don't you ever do the math?
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    If you can determine the orbits of two orbiting bodies you can determine their masses. Applying this to orbiting neutron stars and taking into account their small size gives a horrendous density. The theory says that the stuff of which they are…
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  • Drgenek
    It's not what you think that matters. It's what people who have studied the process of two neutron stars becoming one (or a black hole) matters. While gravity is a weak force, on the surface of a neutron star it is extremely strong, stronger…
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  • What about the combining of two neutron stars producing heavy elements? It's easy to see the overlapping gravitational fields causing a release of material, but what confines that material, or does it get confined?
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread LENR Theories Discussion..

    Wyttenbach claims to have a theory that creates a charge (density?) from a magnetic field. The magnetic field has zero divergence, but the charge creates electric fields that have non zero divergence, a miraculous result.
    Maxwell's Equations have failed…
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  • But did the axis shift or the crust shift 13,000 years ago? I have long being skeptical that Iceland has been over the mid-Atlantic ridge for more than those 13,000 years.
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  • I don't know about others, but I don't expect anything to come out of this. You've already indicated that it's too complex.
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread LENR Theories Discussion..

    I think Wyttenbach should find a good mathematician to review his work. He doesn't seem to understand that Maxwell's Equations don't involve point charges. All the functions there are well behaved. I view his rotation in 6D as being curl like, and as…
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread LENR Theories Discussion..

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    It's too bad Richard Fynman didn't adapt that point of veiw on on that fateful day in November of 1968. Had he done so an explosion would not have occurred and an engineer would not have died, and history would be different.
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  • No ground fault interrupter?
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread free energy by Tesla will be coming soon from Japan.

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    A company by the name of Liquid Piston has a three lobed rotary engine that I find intriguing. Supposedly, they have a contract with the DOD to use it in drones. Nothing mysterious there, though.
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread LENR Theories Discussion..

    This is why I used the term analagous. In a similar manner, you can't take a 3D equation like the Biot Savart Equation, which is only approximate in my opinion, and project it into 6D with any assurance of being correct.
    I have no issues with your use…
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  • @Shane

    Who should be nice about what? Too many words to read through. Data costs too much.
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  • GRMattson replied to the thread LENR Theories Discussion..

    Wyttenbach

    Your 6D treatment must be consistent with what happens in 3D I would characterize your 6D rotation as a vector operator analagous to the curl. From Maxwell's Equations we get that the curl of The flux density yields a time varying electric…
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