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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Edo

    I presume you are referring to an emission of a positron. There seems to be some argument as to whether the positron is somehow contained in the nucleus or is created as part of the emission. I tend toward the latter point of view. But an electron…
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  • @Jed

    Or maybe helium based fission. Do you ever read what is posted in this forum?
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  • (Quote from Frogfall)

    Àn guess who's water the dry southwest is eyeing. There is 80 Miles of cold fresh water between me and Ontario Canada thanks to the late great ice age. You can't pipe oil, but water is fine. Thankfully, another sovereign nation…
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Cherepanov2020

    So show us. You never actually show us anything new arising from your theory or views. I still want to know how you explain the 'Hall Effect', which has proven so important is studying semiconductor properties.

    In studying precession of…
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Cherepanov2020

    Well, you ignored the physics when you ignored the magnetic moments having direction. You write of precession occurring in the hydrogen atom, which implies a change in physical direction. You can't have it every which way. You need to…
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Cherepanov2020

    And you want to shoehorn nature into your fantasies. Modeling physical processes will always involve mathematics. The only mathematics I invoked here was vector algebra, which is trivial. You ignore the physics and focus on a simple…
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Cherepanov2020

    I got involved in this because you had seemed to forget that angular momentum has direction and as such is characterized by a vector. So a particle of zero angular momentum could be made up of sub particles each having angular momentum…
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  • Frogfall
    Are you sure that wood is hardwood? It may be softwood pulp, which is a different issue. A picture of a carload of the wood might help.
    Hmm. Some years ago a ship load of eastern hemlock was organized and shipped from here. I watched the load…
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    The question was kind of an American idiom which means "what do you have to say about this assertion?".
    In reality the free neutron can rotate or not. It makes no difference.
    In my view both the electron and proton are there. The instability of the free…
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Aa1
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Cherepanov2020

    it is my understanding that conservation of angular momentum means that if the neutron has zero angular momentum then the resulting particles have angular momentums that add up to zero when added. What say you?
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The Playground - No more Covid Games Please..

    (Quote from axil)

    Well, I would say that this posting of Rossi is proof that he doesn't understand the difference between energy and power, so anything he says about the electronics is suspect.
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The Most Dense Hydrogen/Deuterium LENR Fuel..

    (Quote from Oleg)

    The thread I recommended states "lenr induced ...". There's your clue. Lenr is not fusion (or cold fusion) but is a collection of low energy processes that can induce nuclear reactions.

    I spent a year reading various threads before I…
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The Most Dense Hydrogen/Deuterium LENR Fuel..

    (Quote from axil)

    Isn't this backwards, economically? Iron is cheaper to produce than aluminum? Why would anyone want to transmute aluminum into iron, even if you could in quantity.
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  • GRMattson Replied to the thread The Most Dense Hydrogen/Deuterium LENR Fuel..

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    The accepted theory today is that the really heavy elements are produced only when two neutron stars combine. The overlapping of their gravitational fields allows the release of gigantic quantities of neutrons that synthesize…
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  • @Jed

    I counted 100 windmills that day. I was told the power went to California. When the wind comes off the Rockies at 50 Miles an hour all that power has to go somewhere. I think you're wrong. Wyoming certainly didn't need it.
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  • Oleg

    You don't know what direction to go. You have not studied Joseph Papp's noble gas engine and the two associates explosions. After you do that and digest it, read the 'Lenr induced Fission' thread. It's short.
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  • No way to ttransmit it? You mean high tension lines don't work anymore? So, how do they get all that wind generated power from Wyoming to California?
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  • Curbina

    68KW! Then be glad leds and microwave ovens were invented. Maybe there is hope for the Salmon Trout. That flows all year. Rages during spring breakup.
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  • @Jed

    That 200 mile EV range would probably work fine in Europe but not here in the U.S. If EVs of 500 Mile range are needed generally here and one should double the range if you live in a cold climate then I would need a 1000 mile range. That would…
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