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    Replied to the thread 4D optics lasers.
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    Once LENR is understood and if it is found to be associated in some way to 4D EM models and experimental data. I imagine the next big thing on our radar will be what this implies for fundamental physics.

    Experimentally evidence for particle physics…
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    Alan Smith great and important link Alan thanks for that.

    It may well tell us something. The proton chains and the CNO cycle seem to work pretty well in the Sun and are backed up well by this evidence. LENR is not implicated in the center of the…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Solar neutrinos reveal how the Sun shines: An experiment has measured the energy spectrum of solar neutrinos associated with 99% of the nuclear reactions that power the Sun. The results provide a glimpse into the depths of the solar core.

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    Liked RobertBryant’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Axil I think what you are saying is 'in the beginning was GUT" and we should return to it.

    For me, GUT is gutless unless GUT is verified on our present day Earth.

    That is why I appreciate so much Wyttenbach
    for…
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    i think EM fields and resonance explains a lot of things. And personally think Wyttenbach is on a good track with this. I suspect that electro magnetic phenomena mass and gravity will all relate somehow to this.

    Quantum properties I think are a…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Depends on the frequency. UHF can be at such very short wavelengths it would be hard to know. As for grain alignment, we should consider it to be random, and thus unknowable. As far as alignment with applied fields, we are due to…
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    Alan Smith . if you do find EMF could you check if it polarized or not?

    If not the source could be interesting.

    If it is polarized is it aligned with any applied fields? Or physical structure? Or grain alignment etc.

    If individual burst are…
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    Liked axil’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    In post #1,554, I stated as follows in support of Russ'e concept of 'atom-ecology'.

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    I also stated in another thread that a change of state marks the transition of gamma radiation into heat generation.

    Now combining these…
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    Rjzk thanks for this.
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    Sorry, I have very limited understanding of this theory (or any other theory...), but one starting point for "Spin Connection Resonance" could be found here, starting at slide 39:
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    axil

    I know this is speculative but it’s an interesting thought experiment.

    well 100 um or so sized EM objects might have a fresnel zone of a meter or so and a non radiating self resonant zone of a maybe 20cm. I sometimes wonder if there are…
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    Bruce__H . Conspiracy is a double edged sword wielded by too many opposing grasping hands. I tend to stand well clear....


    Umm don’t people tend to reply and respond to comments?
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    Just a wild observation:

    Near field resonance is interesting. Gamma from nuclei have wavelengths similar to the size of atoms. Do bound electron states require a nucleus type NFR I wonder?

    Nucleon resonances have wavelengths similar to the size of s…
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    Rjzk . Interesting thread. I totally missed this before. Really glad to see it now.

    Is this the first place Wyttenbach mentions 6D space? And it s quotient of two 3D spaces nature?

    I’m curious about this concept and if and how it relates to his…
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    Evans and Eckardt keep going on on their ECE development. Here's their latest document in the UFT-series:
    "Infinite Energy and Superluminal Motion in Spherical Spacetime" http://www.aias.us/documents/uft/a417thpaper.pdf


    Easily readable (no hand-written…
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    Liked Wyttenbach’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Not the Larmor frequency of the electron! Just the basic radiation formula developed by Larmor.



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    Thanks Wyttenbach . It’s an answer that makes me think. Although I have a long way to catch up.

    I’ve come across larmor frequency in MRI. Is this related also to the Larmor calculation here? I guess that maths is beyond me though.

    I recall Andrea…
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    Liked Wyttenbach’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    The problem is that the 4He formation mass defect is about 3.8 10-12J This is equivalent to a basic (gamma) radiation with about 1022 Hz. But a proper Larmor calculation with forces leads to much higher frequencies (1038 Hz) what…
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    Hi Alan Smith . Thanks for you relpy I can fully understand your work load. You are the guys for this and are doing it well. It’s one of the most promising public ventures going on at the moment. I’m not surprised your getting so much interest.

    Some…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Thanks for your questions. I can answer for Russ who is (probably) taking a well deserved rest - he has been working 'like a dog' for weeks now. Both Martin and I are qualified Radio Hams, have - in the past we have both scratch-built…