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Color versus music

RS2 Fora Comments - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 14:12

I've been doing some research on comparing the color wheel to the musical scale. The topic can be found on the Antiquatis forum, here: Goethe on Color

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mass as approach speed of light

RS2 Fora - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 13:09

Please point me to articles or discussions about what happens to a particle as it approaches the speed of light. LHC and other colliders seem to confirm mass increases which RS says is not so and instead that "force" decreases? Are the measurements deceiving or invalid? Why?

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Physicists plan to seek Higgs force in atomic spectra

Physics World - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 07:39
Isotope shift could provide a table-top test of how the Higgs boson couples to matter
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Scientists discover hidden galaxies behind the Milky Way

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 05:00
The discovery may help to explain the Great Attractor region, which appears to be drawing the Milky Way and hundreds of thousands of other galaxies towards it with a gravitational force equivalent to a million billion Suns.
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Galactic space oddity discovered

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 05:00
Dwarf galaxies are considered building blocks of the giants, but the evidence for giants absorbing dwarfs has been largely circumstantial. Now we have caught a pair of galaxies in the act of a deadly embrace.
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Mind / Crystal operations

RS2 Fora Comments - Mon, 02/08/2016 - 17:46
Before acquiring equipment,  I was curious to see if you have any thoughts on this from an RS2 perspective, as well as thoughts as an electrical engineer.
  • Does the idea even sound plausible?
  • How would an aggregate such as a quartz crystal be able to store or maintain any variation or program such as described in it's structure?
  • I googled MES as I wasn't familiar with the instrument, and I wonder if a regular oscilloscope would work instead, and of what bandwidth, etc.
  • The author assumes that the method of transmission is long EM. I've been assuming that this effect would probably be non-local (based on other research), though I don't know how to evaluate this in RS2 thinking.

The concept is not unknown. In the old days, it was common for those skilled in the magical arts to endow inanimate objects with consciousness, giving them attributes of life. A good example is the Keris, the magical blade that could operate independently from its owner. (See the Antiquatis topic, "Keris / Kris, the Magical Blade"). And ancient texts are full of references of binding spirits to crystals.

If you are looking for a "thought receiver," quartz will probably not work because the crystal structure resonates at inanimate frequencies, not biologic ones. Life has a lot more dimensions. In Larson's Book, Beyond Space and Time, you can get a clue of that dimensionality: the life unit is a composite of material and cosmic atoms. Each atom contains TWO, independent, 3-dimensional rotating systems so that gives you a 12D interaction. Crystals top out at 6D, the two, double-rotating systems of the silicon or carbon atoms within. They can exhibit memory functions, such as iron does, which is stored on the cosmic side (the orientation of the electric rotation).

Of course, you can "program" that memory in a crystal, which will cause a structural/energetic change, but it tends to be like burning a CD... once you program it, it gets significantly harder to reprogram. Like iron or a CD-RW, it would have to be "wiped" and burned again. As such, it would not make a good mechanism for dynamic interaction, as in a thought receiver.

There is a known phenomenon, again from the old days of Africa, called a "telephone tree." People could speak to a tree (thought is also transmitted telepathically when spoken) and the forest would relay the message to the intended person, who would hear the tree speak to them in their head. A lot of people think that is nonsense, but if you consider the forest as a single entity, like a "body/mind complex," then it becomes a simple, nonlocal relay. Tap one side, and that vibration is transmitted through longitudinal waves to the entire forest. The frequency of the vibration is picked up by the receiver, based on familiarity (like old couples that know each other so well, they can read each other's minds). This was used by the Africans to track the European invasion of the continent, which was recorded by the more "intellectual" invaders as being relayed by "drumming." Drum beating does not travel very far in dense foliage, which dampens sound waves.

A better solution would be the biological route, perhaps something simpler than a forest such as an algae culture. When you separate a "group mind" entity like algae, it acts much like the EPR paradox in that the spatial separation does not matter--it is still one entity on the cosmic side. As such, one is done to one half influences the other.

If you are going to interact with human biology in the context of RS2, let me first recommend you read the "--daniel" paper, Homo Sapiens Ethicus, which details how the two aspects of life (body and mind/soul) interact--particularly how the 3D structure of the soul is inversely connected to the 3D structure of the body. You will probably want to approach it via intra-atomic methods, where you transfer information through the time region of the atoms rather than inter-atomically, where information is transferred through the time-space region in space.

 

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Quantum-limited heat conduction smashes long-distance record

Physics World - Mon, 02/08/2016 - 07:23
Ultra-efficient heat transfer could keep quantum computers cool
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Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell dies at age 85

Astronomy Magazine - Mon, 02/08/2016 - 05:00
Mitchell joined Apollo 14 commander Alan Shephard, Jr., in the lunar module Antares, which touched down February 5, 1971 in the Fra Mauro highlands.
Categories: Astronomy

Crystal as a subtle receiver?

RS2 Fora - Mon, 02/08/2016 - 00:17
For several years, I've been looking around for an entry point to develop what would essentially be an information transducer for the mind, in the form of a receiver. Because I've had a soft assumption that any effective receiver would be probably biological/alive in some form, my investigations and experiments have primarily been focused around living systems as receivers.   Next up on my list though, is looking into using (natural) crystals, in this case quartz.  The idea came from a couple paragraphs from one of Drunvalo Melchizidek's books, here in edited form.   Natural crystals can only hold as many programs as there are faces on the end of the crystal. ...We placed a quartz crystal on a bench with the sensor of his molecular emission scanner (MES) aimed at the crystal to pick up the microwave emission and send them through the homemade software on the connected PC to be analyzed. Bob watched the screen as I programmed the crystal with my thoughts.  Our thoughts are long EM waves that transmit into space and can be received by sensitive equipment, so why not put them into a crystal to be received just like a radio signal? The instant I programmed the crystal with a thought (the idea of love), Bob noticed an immediate change in the sine-wave signature on the screen in the shorter wavelengths. It was not long before Bob could tell me instantly when I had programmed the crystal and when I had erased one of the programs. I would put three programs in and take out two, and Bob could see the three added blips on the sine-wave signature, then he would see two blips being removed   Before acquiring equipment,  I was curious to see if you have any thoughts on this from an RS2 perspective, as well as thoughts as an electrical engineer.  
  • Does the idea even sound plausible?
  • How would an aggregate such as a quartz crystal be able to store or maintain any variation or program such as described in it's structure?
  • I googled MES as I wasn't familiar with the instrument, and I wonder if a regular oscilloscope would work instead, and of what bandwidth, etc.
  • The author assumes that the method of transmission is long EM. I've been assuming that this effect would probably be non-local (based on other research), though I don't know how to evaluate this in RS2 thinking.

Thanks!

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Wau, Digamma or Stigma

RS2 Fora Comments - Sat, 02/06/2016 - 04:49

The video about Wau number - 1, as I understand it, was created as a response to videos about mysterious properties of the golden ratio, Pi etc...

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Wau

RS2 Fora Comments - Fri, 02/05/2016 - 14:27

Shouldn't that be Wau! ?

I noticed that there is a lot of mathematical "scamming" in the video, like hiding "1" as e2 i π. Multiplying stuff by 1 doesn't do much. I'm not sure there is anything to it, other than the basic recursion you find with the growth measure in the time or space regions.

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Different internal structures for the Photon

RS2 Fora Comments - Fri, 02/05/2016 - 12:06

I have done more work on the quaternion model of the photon, and discovered that there are actually eight different structures that result in simple harmonic motion. I believe the general assumption is that there is only a single, photon structure. The analysis is based on an extension of Nehru's birotation, and what we have discovered during simulation attempts to model the RS:

  1. Classic birotation, two complex numbers (2D), each occupying a scalar dimension with opposite rotations. This form is the "dual complex" of [ 1 i ] x [ 1 -i ]. Since the wave is real (space), this tends to manifest as heat.
  2. Reciprocal birotation, where a rotating unit of space (electron) interacts with a rotating unit of time (positron). This is the classic gamma ray decay form. [ 1 is ] x [ 1 it ].
  3. Internal quaternion birotation, in the form [ 1 i j (-k) ], since i.j = k. The i.j rotation is 2D magnetic and the (-k) rotation is 1D electric. This is the classic form of EM radiation.
  4. Dual quaternion, where [1 i j 0 ] x [ 1 (-i) (-j) 0 ]. This appears to be the same as a complex birotation, except the vibration is orthogonal to the i and j rotations and the real axis. The classic birotation results in a cosine wave in space, the conventional transverse wave, then this orthogonal birotation in the k plane would be seen as a longitudinal wave.
  5. Reciprocal quaternion, where one quaternion rotation is in space and the other in time, similar behaviors to #4, but having effect in both sectors.
  6. Internal octonian birotation, properties similar to the internal quaternion but having additional properties that I have yet to fathom. I suspect the octonian structures are the "life unit" versions of photons, a "biophoton."
  7. Dual octonian, properties similar to #4.
  8. Reciprocal octonian, properties similar to #5.

These are the only dimensional structures (2D, 4D and 8D) that I have found that result in simple, harmonic motions. Others end up with a net motion in the "imaginary" realm, and tend to bond with other motions to neutralize the behavior. There are a series of molecular functions that can result in SHM, but I doubt we would see them as photons.

The behavior of these different structures falls into three, dimensional groups:

  1. The "complex" group appears to be associated with heat and charge. Heat is a linear vibration in the time region, and charge is a linear vibration applied to the 1D rotation of a positron or electron, resulting in a 1D rotational vibration.
  2. The "quaternion" group is associated with conventional, electromagnetic radiation, exhibiting both electric and magnetic properties, and differnet waveforms (transverse, longitudinal, transverse electric, transverse magnetic and TEM).
  3. The "octonian" group is associated with photons emitted by life units, since life units are technically a 12-dimensional structure (each atom contains TWO, 3D rotating systems, and the life unit structure is a pairing of a material and cosmic structure, so 2 x 3 x 2 = 12.) There is little "physics" investigation of this realm, as concepts such as auras, bioenergy, fohat, jing, prana, qi, ch'i, kundanlini, shen and other manifestations of "life energy" are ignored by scientists. But I am finding this may be a "natural consequence" of the structure of the physical universe.

Nota bena: these structures give the photon a LOT more variables to "play with," and indicate that the associated magnitudes provide for intensity and frequency... meaning photons can merge and be split, under the right circumstances. Merging and splitting of photons is difficult, because they remain at a fixed location in the natural reference system that prevents it from happening, so that would only occur inside an atomic system, where the phase differences can be changed by the atomic rotating systems, such as the Zeeman effect or reflection and refraction.

If you are interested, the only detailed research I found on the idea of biophotons was the "Odic force" of Karl Ludwig Freiherr von Reichenbach, back in the 19th century, in his book: Letters on Od and Magnetism.

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Larry Spring Magnespheres

RS2 Fora Comments - Fri, 02/05/2016 - 11:21

I found the work of Larry Spring on his "magnespheres" to be quite informative. Not a physicist, just an average HAM guy that figured out a few "common sense" things about photons. Website: http://larryspring.com/

  • Photons are magnetic balls of 1/2 wavelength in size
  • Photons will pass through a metal grid that is with holes larger than their size
  • Photons reflect off a metal grid if the photon is larger than the hole
  • Photons must be spherical (his magnesphere), otherwise they would not reflect off a parabolic dish
    • Point particles have no tangent, so reflection and refraction would be random
    • Only a sphere bounces to a common focus on a dish; other shapes do not.

It is worth going through his website videos; he's a very "down to earth" person that looks at things in a practical fashion, that anybody can understand.

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Physics of brain folding recreated in the lab

Physics World - Fri, 02/05/2016 - 09:41
Study verifies mechanical explanation for how the human brain folds
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Length and magnitude of a photon

RS2 Fora Comments - Fri, 02/05/2016 - 08:48

I was taught that photons were point particles, each with a unit energy, so if you wanted a brighter light, you just needed more photons. Well, what the math relations show is that a photon can also have an intrinsic magnitude, in addition to being part of group.

It might be supprising, but as experiments show photons do have length and not a small one. The length and magnitude of a photon in HF band can be measured via "spin echo" as it interacts with "nuclear spins" (whatever this might be called in RS terminology). Details can be found in the article "Stimulated Nutation Echo: Dynamic and Decay Properties, G. Bimbo, R. Boscaino, M. Cannas, and F.M. Gelardi". I guess I can't upload it here but here is a great article on the subject:

http://www.conspiracyoflight.com/photon/photon.html

Schrodinger's equation gives the exact values of lengths and magnitudes of photons as measured in spin echo. Photons are so large (in visible range tens of cm(!) - one photon is composed of cca ) that they might very well interact with themselfs e.g. inbetween mirrors.

It is also known that waves have magnitude (ever been on the ocean in a storm?), but the principle has never been applied to photons, which is always assumed to have a unit magnitude.

That's not quite true - in fact the Schrodinger's model does so. Now Schrodinger's model is not to be confused with the Heisenberg's one - the modern interpretation of quantum mechanics. In Schrodinger's model the wavefunction is the function of current density instead of some probability nonsens. On this basis he derived his famous equation and showd it's equivalence with Heisenberg's matrix mechanics. He repeatedly critcised the Heisenberg's (modern) view of quantum mechanics as being "an almost physical model" and was sorry that this purely mathematical thinking replaces real physics. Details can be found in the book "Quantum theory at crossroads" by Guido Bacciagaluppi and Antonio Valentini. (Or directly in Schrodinger's collected papers).

So in Schrodinger's model the photon can  "split", while halving it's magnitude.

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Pluto’s mysterious floating hills

Astronomy Magazine - Fri, 02/05/2016 - 05:00
The hills are likely miniature versions of the larger jumbled mountains on Sputnik Planum’s western border.
Categories: Astronomy

Diamond defects and quantum logic give NMR a boost

Physics World - Thu, 02/04/2016 - 12:00
New technique can home in on single molecules
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Rapidly spinning stars explain dark matter signal from galactic center

Astronomy Magazine - Thu, 02/04/2016 - 05:00
The excess of gamma rays from the center of the Milky Way probably originates from rapidly rotating neutron stars and not from dark matter annihilation as previously claimed.
Categories: Astronomy

Do photons have intrinsic magnitude?

RS2 Fora Comments - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 12:13

I'm still looking at the reflection/refraction issue, and discovered that there are two variables involved with birotating systems: frequency and magnitude. The magnitude component seems to be overlooked (or avoided). I was taught that photons were point particles, each with a unit energy, so if you wanted a brighter light, you just needed more photons. Well, what the math relations show is that a photon can also have an intrinsic magnitude, in addition to being part of group.

I have a prism, and immediately noticed that the magnitude of reflected and refracted beams is always lower than the incident beam, and it varies with the angles. The closer to orthogonal incidence, higher intensity goes to the refracted. The further, higher intensity goes to the reflected. Conventionally, that would mean that the photons are taking one path or the other--not both--as a statistical distribution. This kind of splitting has created a number of paradoxes in conventional science, where it appears the photon takes both paths at the same time.

Consider... what if the photon has an intrinsic magnitude? When it enters the denser medium, the addition of time could cause the photon to split into two pieces, dividing by frequency, magnitude, or both. The result would be that one half reflects, the other half refracts, each with lower intensity than the incident beam. The frequency splitting is well known and documented by his papers on birotation (such as the Zeeman effect and E/O beams in crystals).

The Euler relations to convert rotation to vibration results in 2 cos(f), the magnitude of the rotation adds to give twice the magnitude in the vibration, so we know that magnitude is not a fixed component and that interaction can change it.

It is also known that waves have magnitude (ever been on the ocean in a storm?), but the principle has never been applied to photons, which is always assumed to have a unit magnitude.

I find that including both variable frequency and variable magnitude solves a lot of the paradox problems.

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Polarized light throws birds' magnetic compass off course

Physics World - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 10:28
Birds are completely disorientated when light is polarized perpendicularly to the direction of the magnetic field
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