Electric theory??

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by Frank Sanns » Mon Oct 03, 2005 3:12 am

My view of the universe is quite different than most. My view does not require super strings or 11 extra dimensions or UFOs or anything exotic. It only requires a more comprehensive way of looking at things. Obviously I do not have it all figured out or I would have published already and been invited to Stockholm. There are many pieces to the puzzle and part of me does not believe that there is no one person that is going to find the last piece of the puzzle. It is going to be a team effort. I can tell you this, if I had 3 of the correct scientists and 2 mathematicians in a room together and I could control the direction of the team, I really believe that it could be figured out in 6 months or even less. And the answer would be amazing in its simplicity. I truely believe this. The problem for one man is to juggle all of the information and then recombine it into the final form. It is a daunting task and I do not know if I am that man or it will be another but I do believe I am on to the path of the correct solution.

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by Frank Sanns » Mon Oct 03, 2005 3:28 am

John,

Check out this link. It may give you some insight.

http://www.wondermagnet.com/halbach.html

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by longstreet » Mon Oct 03, 2005 4:39 am

What is special about that? It looks like a flat horseshoe magnet.

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by Starfire » Mon Oct 03, 2005 6:38 pm

Being European, I'm always a bit cautious of 'final solutions' Frank - perhaps not the best choice of words? -- but I know what you mean.
Thank you for the link - just up my street - It is very thought provoking - there must be an electrostatic equivalent!!! and can that be used in a fusor? - Is a unipole spherical magnet possible with the pole internal? - or electrostatic similar sphere? -- how about a bucky ball magnet

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by Todd Massure » Mon Oct 03, 2005 7:40 pm

Humankind is reaching a point at which science is moving faster than our ability to observe the things we think are happening / out there. I'm really not sold on dark matter and I think it's an answer that has been created to fit the question. String theory sometimes seems like it's the same way. I personally feel like there is a fabric to space that doesn't seem to be addressed in most of the models out there not like the ether of the past, but something that allows the gravity wells and waves and ocillations that makes up all the particles / energy around us. I also like to play around with the thought of gravity waves or gravitons as negative energy. I also sometimes think that the small force of gravity may be explained in that unlike electric and magnetic fields, gravity fields don't just find a polar opposite nearby to interact with, instead it must interact with every other particle in the universe.
I'm really off topic now, but back to quarks and leptons. It seems to me that a quark or lepton by itself is an unpredictable resident of the quantum universe, but once it pairs up with another or others, then it behaves more predictably, I would like to think that a direct connection between quarks and leptons could be found that would explain the mass and charge differences, but it is the quantum world and to be quantized means that there are distinct units to things such as time, mass, energy and charge which usually seem to have some relation to the Plank constant. It may be that the smallest charge allowed in the quantum world is 1/3 of an electron charge (see my earlier post) at least until we find something smaller than a quark : )

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by longstreet » Thu Oct 06, 2005 1:50 am

John Hendron. wrote:
> Waves imply relative motion, except a standing wave, which is not really a wave but an energy gradient produced by two waves acting together to produce an effect and which requires transition of the measurement device along a field axis to make comparitive measurement.
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> The problem with wave theory is in the analysis of a stationary particle - Proton, Neutron or Electron - not in relative motion. What about a stasis Neutron? My maths just ain't good enough in Quantum to fully interpret. Is this wave constituent of the particle, electrical, magnetic or gravitational? I have passed Microwave Photons through Quantum tunnels ( wax wedges ) which does make for difficult explaination in conventiental physics, but these are in transit propagation - radiating away from a source at the speed of light. I buy transitional particle/waves ok, but a stationary particle as a wave function??? - Is our Universe a standing wave?


This is the interesting part. You can localize a wave structure. I say a wave structure because you have to superimpose many different wavelengths to make the localization. However, since each one of those wavelengths represents a different state of the particle you don't know exactly which one is the real Slim Shady. This is where the uncertainty principle comes from. As you get a more precise location for the particle you lose information about it's momentum (ie wavelength). So it's like it stops being a wave while you measure a position.

Where do these extra super-imposed wavelengths come from, and where do they go? I don't know. I've heard it called "collapse of the wave function". They are like a phantom that only apear when a "particle" interacts with other "particles". In between interactions it seems the real Slim Shady wavelength is the only one actually existing and this is what we see in slit experiments etc...

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by Starfire » Thu Oct 06, 2005 10:04 am

Mmn - I am tempted to ask Carter, if you have been reading 'Harry Potter' - There appears to be more than a little magic in this - My contention is with our existing universe permitting a wave function for a static particle - Quantum assigns a wave function apparently in some other dimension, to the particle, but this other demension has in its self, not been quantified nor measured, though particles exhibit physical properties in this one { I am the eternal sceptic in this} A nice theory fit - but as yet a theory.

Quantum theory is full of holes ( Pun ) and it may be that in the future a better understanding will prevail.

Serious though, it is perhaps the best for the moment - it is just that I am a little uncomfortable with a Quantum blank cheque, but I enjoy the debate.

The quadratic solution ( & Quaternions ) was first concieved by an Irishman - William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865) while Sunday strolling along the Dublin cannel towpath - He wrote it on a bridge underpass least he forget. The basis of Quantum Mechanics.

Some lite reading;-
http://www.du.edu/~jcalvert/math/quatern.htm

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by longstreet » Thu Oct 06, 2005 6:33 pm

Magical questions require magical answers.

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by MR.P » Sat Oct 08, 2005 6:24 am

Hello gentlemen......

perhaps a solution is around the corner.... A Dr. E. Comay working out of Isreal has been battling it out with the contemporaires of the standing modle and winning using their misintrepretations of experimental data to illuminate an elegant theory. A theory that validates the existenance of monopoles , which are predicted but didn't 'fit into the modle' , that the nucleaons we now observe are actually composed of monopoles and the differences in mass has to do with the difference in 'how much' (an 'orbita analogy') for example (a neutron exceeds the mass of a protron) and It becomes readily apparent the direct relationship of 'energy' and 'mass' that the 'strong' force is really the manifistation of the same energy 'potential' but! with different spins ............What is most fantastic is that this theory now directly links gravity to an 'ELECTROSOMETHING POTENTIAL' , and, it would seem, relegate gravity to a locally observed/resultant effect of the Galactic/universe Potential......all of this...and delivered with a tidy monopole knot to hold it all together...............

To be sure .....my previous posts have already revealed the depths of my ignorance and I only post this because this theory seemed to be a close fit to Frank S.'s musings/understandings.

From what I have read and gleaned of Dr. E. Comay 's style I believe he'd love to join in a lovely chat with this forum , he is a teacher, and it appears that he likes to 'mix it up'...When you check him out he is taking on the Russians ,Germans and the rest with sound logic and no 'magic' particles or 'rays'.......

It would only be appropriate for the 'founders' of this forum to invite him as a guest and I think it would be a nice precedent for all of us.........perhaps the 'high schoolers' in this group ...who by the way are teachers in their own right.......could be the leaver to have him show up.............perhaps , with the idea that he could or we could use our 'STATICS' approach to fusion in unique ways to validate or refute his theory..........that would literally put the collective forum at the cutting edge of Physics Research !!!!All from within the 21st century virtual laboratory those kids that wanrted to go to MIT would be a shoo in if we could pull this off they would literally be the progeny of this forum and the standard bearers of the new 'enlightenment'..........Congratulations Mr. Hull , Frank S ....the prefesser and the rest.......'Go Out Boldly Where No Man has Gone Before .....blah ....bla.....cough cough .....I have to catch my breath.....sorry ...it got a little out of hand there for a minute.....I'm back...........

MIDDLE AGE AND IDLE TIME........

Frank p.

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by longstreet » Sat Oct 08, 2005 7:09 pm

Maybe you can link to the paper or explain how this solves problems?

One of my problems with current theories is the absense of continuity of information. How does a neutron keep knowing to behave as a neutron? And especially in the probabilistic interpretation; how is information about the system preserved between interactions, since only the interaction actually exists in the model. For me waves make sense in this area, as they can preserve information. Naming a particle is a magic trick itself and ignores the issue.

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