[Vo]:Nuclear clocks could outdo atomic clocks ...

2021-11-27 Thread H LV
Research like this requires a new perspective on nuclear activity that may even be unfamiliar to some scientists in the LENR/CF field. Harry Nuclear clocks could outdo atomic clocks as the most precise timepieces https://www.sciencenews.org/article/nuclear-clock-atomic-most-precise-time-physics

[Vo]:From Atomic Clocks to Nulcear Clocks

2021-11-27 Thread H LV
Nature article from Feb. 2021: The thorium-229 low-energy isomer and the nuclear clock. https://www.nature.com/articles/s42254-021-00286-6 abstract The 229Th nucleus has an isomeric state at an energy of about 8 eV above the ground state, several orders of magnitude lower than typical nuclear

[Vo]:Tidally locked worlds and SF

2021-11-10 Thread H LV
Two worlds are tidally locked when a smaller (less massive) world orbits another larger (more massive) world so the smaller world always shows the same face to the larger world. The Earth-Moon is such a system. Interestingly from the viewpoint of the smaller world the larger world is always in the

[Vo]:Exploratory Experimentation

2021-11-05 Thread H LV
Exploratory Experimentation: Goethe, Land, and Color Theory The style of investigation exemplified by Goethe’s experiments with color is often undervalued, but has repeatedly proved its worth. July 2002 https://physicstoday.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.1506750 quote <>

[Vo]:A _New_ theory of Tired Light

2021-10-26 Thread H LV
Calculating the redshifts of distant galaxies from first principles by the new tired light theory (NTL) https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/1251/1/012007/pdf How has this been recieved by cosmologists? Is the theory consistent? Harry

[Vo]:The Transformative Power of Failure

2021-10-14 Thread H LV
BEHIND ANY SCIENTIFIC SUCCESS STORY CAN BE FOUND A RESEARCHER WHO PERSEVERED THROUGH FAILURE AND VIEWS IT AS NOT ONLY INEVITABLE, BUT NECESSARY. https://magazine.caltech.edu/post/the-transformative-power-of-failure quote <> Harry

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread H LV
Platform, or Publisher? If Big Tech firms want to retain valuable government protections, then they need to get out of the censorship business. Adam CandeubMark Epstein May 7, 2018 https://www.city-journal.org/html/platform-or-publisher-15888.html quote <> Harry On Sun, Sep 19, 2021 at 10:56

[Vo]:Question and answer sites

2021-09-18 Thread H LV
I recently joined the question forums Stack Exchange and Reddit where people pose questions and receive answers. They allow members to rate the quality of both questions and answers by voting them up or down. I noticed this practice is different from Quora where only answers are voted up or down.

[Vo]:Results from new high frequency detector

2021-09-04 Thread H LV
World-first detector built by dark matter researchers reports rare events https://www.centredarkmatter.org/all-posts/world-first-detector-6fjy3-tl3ek-4mn2-p9m7y quotations <> <> I added the underline. Harry

[Vo]:10,000 cents bet on the Chain Fountain Effect

2021-08-07 Thread H LV
World Record Chain Fountain? The Mould Effect Explained by Steve Mould https://youtu.be/qTLR7FwXUU4 Dispute on “MOULD EFFECT” (Chain Fountain) by ElectroBoom https://youtu.be/hx2LEqTQT4E Harry

[Vo]:OT: (Re)introducing the horseless carriage

2021-07-01 Thread H LV
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEFzL0ieVEU harry

Re: [Vo]:wind powered vehicles

2021-06-30 Thread H LV
... > > what if the a similar effect (to Dzhanibekov ) relates to having one > major axis of rotation plus one or more truncated axes, which maybe > manifest as vibration ? This relates to the spinning satellite with the > whip antennae which will flip-flop... (to the embarrassm

[Vo]:wind powered vehicles

2021-06-07 Thread H LV
Is it possible for a wind powered vehicle to move faster than the wind while it is moving in the same direction as the wind? https://youtu.be/jyQwgBAaBag Harry

Re: [Vo]:ufo report to be coming out in a month

2021-06-02 Thread H LV
On Wed, Jun 2, 2021 at 10:41 AM Vibrator ! wrote: > > TL;DR - What's worse: crashing a car into an immovable static obstacle > at some given speed, or else crashing into an identical oncoming car while > both are at half that speed? Hood-mounted radar would thus see identical > closing speeds

Re: [Vo]:Weaponizing coronavirus

2021-05-30 Thread H LV
This blogger says certain scientists with a conflict of interest kept the lab theory from being taken seriously. https://unherd.com/2021/05/how-scientists-sacrificed-scepticism/ My observation: Apparently it is ok for the US to fund some of the research in Wuhan, but NASA is not allowed to

Re: Dave Beaty Re: [Vo]:ufo report to be coming out in a month

2021-05-24 Thread H LV
"So what are they?" From Fran Blanche Part 1 https://youtu.be/a6tDHZj5q5Q Part 2 https://youtu.be/FTermh1w_0A Harry On Mon., May 24, 2021, 10:06 a.m. H LV, wrote: > Perhaps Earth is used as the interstellar equivalent of the island of > St Helena for undesirable aliens. >

Re: Dave Beaty Re: [Vo]:ufo report to be coming out in a month

2021-05-24 Thread H LV
Perhaps Earth is used as the interstellar equivalent of the island of St Helena for undesirable aliens. Or maybe aliens are marooned here by accident because they ventured too close to some sort of cosmic vortex which hurls them to our solar system. Harry On Mon, May 24, 2021 at 9:47 AM Chris

[Vo]:Lecture demonstration comparing Goethe's and Newton's spectrum

2021-05-22 Thread H LV
I assembled the image below in google drive using screen captures from this lecture demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7rwYjdRFRA. Goethe's and Newton's spectrum https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SOIw83ljBDMOR9Kd8J0CyP5kBmZ7eQBS/view?usp=sharing The top row is a beam of white light

Re: Dave Beaty Re: [Vo]:ufo report to be coming out in a month

2021-05-21 Thread H LV
On Thu, May 20, 2021 at 5:54 PM Terry Blanton wrote: > >> > ARE WE FOOD OR ARE WE PETS? > > Food for their pets. Harry

Re: [Vo]:Radiative Cooling with new Ultra White paint

2021-05-05 Thread H LV
es the heat loss. > > But a highly reflective layer almost (96-97%)stops this compensation. > > IR radiation is just a function of surface temperature and the air > interface. > > Just a small riddle: What happens if you use this paste as sun-cream and > go for a daylight tropical desert wa

[Vo]:Radiative Cooling with new Ultra White paint

2021-05-05 Thread H LV
This video talks about a new ultra white paint which the inventors claim could dramatically reduce air conditioning costs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay6ckBojc_0 see also press release:

Re: [Vo]:nuclear salt water reactor for propulsion in space

2021-05-04 Thread H LV
...and only 2 months to Jupiter. better than 2001. harry On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 4:09 PM H LV wrote: > It was new to me. > Upto 1.5% the speed of light with the latest design. > > harry > > On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 12:08 PM Jed Rothwell > wrote: > >> I l

Re: [Vo]:nuclear salt water reactor for propulsion in space

2021-05-04 Thread H LV
It was new to me. Upto 1.5% the speed of light with the latest design. harry On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 12:08 PM Jed Rothwell wrote: > I like it! > > Ed Storms worked on the conventional fission rockets shown in this video. > I asked him if he thinks this is plausible. > > The paper is linked from

[Vo]:nuclear salt water reactor for propulsion in space

2021-05-04 Thread H LV
The Nuclear Salt Water Rocket - Possibly the Craziest Rocket Engine Ever Imagined. https://youtu.be/cvZjhWE-3zM <>

[Vo]:"How we fool ourselves"

2021-04-26 Thread H LV
A three part series by Judith Curry. She is writing mostly about climate science, but the problems can and do arise in varying degrees in all the sciences. The second article on consensus building is the most important, imo. How we fool ourselves.

[Vo]:OT: covid transmission

2021-04-19 Thread H LV
It is important to understand the difference between aerosols and droplets. Harry -- Evidence of COVID-19 airborne transmission “overwhelming” say experts https://newatlas.com/health-wellbeing/covid19-sars-cov-2-airborne-transmission-aerosol-evidence-study/ “People and organizations

Re: [Vo]:Carbon transmutation video?

2021-04-14 Thread H LV
'Fire and brimstone' talk stifles curiousity. Harry On Tue, Apr 13, 2021 at 5:06 PM William Beaty wrote: > > > > magnetic burned match heads (also a homopolar motor next) > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOBmIyu7B30=262s > > > On Tue, 13 Apr 2021, Michael Foster wrote: > > > I have no

Re: [Vo]:Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature

2021-04-14 Thread H LV
:12 AM H LV wrote: > This article isn't giddy about the discrepancy. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang > /2021/04/08/why-you-should-doubt-new-physics-from-the-latest-muon > -g-2-results/?sh=2317145b6c4b > > It seems there are two ways to calculate g-2. Th

[Vo]:OT: Physics cartoon

2021-04-10 Thread H LV
Physics cartoon "They must be demolishing the old physics lab" https://ifunny.co/picture/they-must-be-demolishing-the-old-physics-lab-QqkaANgn7 Harry

Re: [Vo]:Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature

2021-04-09 Thread H LV
sting... > > This whole UDD > muon thing may be near, or even gone past the proverbial > "tipping point"... when we look back on it in a couple of years. > > Jones > > > H LV wrote: > > PBS Space Time > Why the Muon g-2 Results Are So Exciting! > https:/

Re: [Vo]:Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature

2021-04-08 Thread H LV
PBS Space Time Why the Muon g-2 Results Are So Exciting! https://youtu.be/O4Ko7NW2yQo Harry On Thu, Apr 8, 2021 at 10:04 AM H LV wrote: > Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature > > https://www.bbc.com/news/56643677 > > quotes: > > There is curren

[Vo]:Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature

2021-04-08 Thread H LV
Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature https://www.bbc.com/news/56643677 quotes: There is currently a one in a 40,000 chance that the result could be a statistical fluke - equating to a statistical level of confidence described as 4.1 sigma. A level of 5 sigma, or a one in

Re: [Vo]:OT: Nissan e-POWER technology explained

2021-04-05 Thread H LV
I don`t think with the Nissan Kick one can drive the car very far on the battery alone. The only way of keeping the battery charged is with the gasoline powered generator. People who buy this car need gas stations, but they don`t need charging stations or access to an electrical outlet. Harry On

Re: [Vo]:OT: Nissan e-POWER technology explained

2021-04-05 Thread H LV
ttery >> pack - Tesla notwithstanding. >> >> The approach is not new but has never been carried out sensibly ... >> before now. >> >> >> H LV wrote: >> >> Some people think the e-Power concept is silly. >> But I think it is just right for the times we live in. It is currently >> available in Japan, >> but not in NA. >> >> https://youtu.be/T5wCppCiQE8 >> >> Harry >> >

Re: [Vo]:OT: Nissan e-POWER technology explained

2021-04-05 Thread H LV
kes a lot more sense than a massive battery > pack - Tesla notwithstanding. > > The approach is not new but has never been carried out sensibly ... before > now. > > > H LV wrote: > > Some people think the e-Power concept is silly. > But I think it is just right for the

[Vo]:OT: Nissan e-POWER technology explained

2021-04-05 Thread H LV
Some people think the e-Power concept is silly. But I think it is just right for the times we live in. It is currently available in Japan, but not in NA. https://youtu.be/T5wCppCiQE8 Harry

[Vo]:Muon Catalyzed Aneutronic Fusion Drive

2021-03-13 Thread H LV
Muon Catalyzed Aneutronic Fusion Drive - 8% Lightspeed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jAUXuL-6oc Mentions Holmlid and ultra dense hydrogen. Harry

Re: [Vo]:Imaginary Numbers May Be Essential for Describing Reality

2021-03-09 Thread H LV
!) > > > Also: > >The worlds' smartest crow observes two farmers walk into a shed, then >three farmers walk back out again. The crow won't fly down to eat any >corn. > >Obviously it's waiting for one farmer to walk back in ...so the shed >be

[Vo]:Imaginary Numbers May Be Essential for Describing Reality

2021-03-08 Thread H LV
quote <> https://www.quantamagazine.org/imaginary-numbers-may-be-essential-for-describing-reality-20210303/

[Vo]:a better incandescent light bulb

2021-02-17 Thread H LV
This story is five years old. Is anyone aware of further progress? https://www.sciencealert.com/new-light-recycling-incandescent-bulbs-could-outperform-energy-efficient-leds Harry

Re: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment

2020-12-29 Thread H LV
gt; > > Sent from Mail <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> for > Windows 10 > > > > *From: *H LV > *Sent: *Saturday, December 26, 2020 1:30 PM > *To: *vortex-l@eskimo.com > *Subject: *Re: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment > &g

Re: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment

2020-12-26 Thread H LV
a.org/wiki/Ernest_Esclangon Harry On Mon, Dec 21, 2020 at 12:39 PM H LV wrote: > Now I am thinking it not necessary for matter to spontaneously lean into > the aether wind. The angle that needs to change is the optical value of > normality (perpendicularity) to a mirror. The optical no

Re: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment

2020-12-21 Thread H LV
is altered by motion through the aether this will alter the angle of incidence and angle of reflection. Harry On Fri, Dec 11, 2020 at 12:13 PM H LV wrote: > If matter spontaneously leaned into the aether wind then stellar > aberration would not arise. > > harry > > On Fri, Dec 11, 202

Re: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment

2020-12-20 Thread H LV
HT > PATH OF PHOTONHESIS BY TO THE ATMOSPHERE’S. > > > > I DOUBT OT HAS ANY CONTROL BE THE AETHER, SINCE ITIT CAN BE ELIMITED BVY > COMPUTYER CALCUL;ATIONS OF THE SO,I;ATAMEPIS CPRRECTOPMN PF ;ASER BEA,S/ > > > > bOB cOOK > > > > *From: *H LV > *Sen

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-14 Thread H LV
, Dec 14, 2020 at 3:03 PM H LV wrote: > According to relativisits it is only possible to measure the two way speed > of light. > However in order for special relativity to make a prediction about stellar > aberration it has to use > a definite one way speed of light because stellar

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-14 Thread H LV
. It is only bad if you refuse >> to acknowledge a math mistake. People are sometimes reluctant to >> acknowledge making a mistake because they fear punishment or perhaps >> because they fear others will think less of them.<< >> >> >> People disagree about math >> >> >

Re: [Vo]:superluminal mind

2020-12-13 Thread H LV
Thanks for the talk about Boscovich. Here the presenter quotes Heisenberg as saying that Boscovich's force is repulsive at short distances but becomes attractive at larger distances. https://youtu.be/w1vi0yk7BvU?t=1999 Such a force is sufficient to account for the formation of stable solids

Re: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment

2020-12-11 Thread H LV
If matter spontaneously leaned into the aether wind then stellar aberration would not arise. harry On Fri, Dec 11, 2020 at 12:09 PM H LV wrote: > I just realized that I am just making use of the well known phenomena of > stellar aberration...so leaning into the aether wind > can`

Re: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment

2020-12-11 Thread H LV
direction also (?) But > gravitational effect seems to be ignored. > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Tuesday, 8 Dec, 20 At 21:06 > Subject: [Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment > > Can Buster Keato

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-09 Thread H LV
Einstein wrote in 1905, it is now interpreted as menaing- > cannot measure oneway lightspeed; what he would think today if alive- who > knows. > > > Roger > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Wedn

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-09 Thread H LV
People are sometimes reluctant to > acknowledge making a mistake because they fear punishment or perhaps > because they fear others will think less of them.<< > > > People disagree about math > > > > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV&quo

[Vo]:Buster Keaton and the Michelson Morley experiment

2020-12-08 Thread H LV
Can Buster Keaton explain the Michelson Morley experiment? ;-) https://drive.google.com/file/d/14S0qNLyghHNzB4Sp7Rg-6s8yXypz7mBz/view?usp=sharing Instead of length contraction in the direction of the aether wind, suppose the perpendicular leg of the MM apparatus leans into the aether wind

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-08 Thread H LV
t writing clearly enough about the updating to his theory that he was > doing-> adding Minkowski spacetime to SR was an update, making that > spacetime curved to give GR was another update. > > Roger > > > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-08 Thread H LV
ve a professional telling us how it is. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgvajuvSpF4 Harry > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Monday, 7 Dec, 20 At 20:59 > Subject: Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory > > One could

[Vo]:wave theory

2020-12-07 Thread H LV
As a follow up to my last animation on the emission theory here is a short animation of the Michelson Morely experiment using the wave theory. Notice that this theory predicts a fringe shift because the wave front on the vertical leg comes back to corner before the wave front on the horizontal

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-07 Thread H LV
xts (especially popular > science texts) allow false memes to be easily created. > > > i.e. don't use rigorous Logic with quantifiers > > > > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Sunday, 6 Dec, 20 At

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-06 Thread H LV
n other domains > > > and > > > (ii) SOME emission theories make wrong predictions in other domains > > > The looseness in language used by many physics texts (especially popular > science texts) allow false memes to be easily created. > > > i.e. don't use rigorous

Re: [Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-06 Thread H LV
ie which - if a lie is repeated often enough then > people start believing it. > > > > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Sunday, 6 Dec, 20 At 18:23 > Subject: [Vo]:animation of emission theory > &g

[Vo]:animation of emission theory

2020-12-06 Thread H LV
I made a little gif animation of the Michelson Morely experiment using the emission theory of light which says the velocity of the source can be added to the speed of light. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lC0zjWc1V6XtSa8_Tuwbtu-Gq62T1ukG/view?usp=sharing Using the theory of an aether wind in

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-12-02 Thread H LV
On Wed, Dec 2, 2020 at 12:44 PM H LV wrote: > Yes. > > This morning I am doing some calculations using the aether as the rest > frame and it seems and the expected fringe shift is very much smaller > than that predicted by Michelson and Morley. > However, I am not whiz

[Vo]:Arecibo Observatory

2020-12-02 Thread H LV
<> https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/12/01/arecibo-observatory-collapses-as-scientists-lament-loss-of-deep-space-radar/

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-12-02 Thread H LV
nce . > > > > > > Bob Cook > Harry > > *From: *H LV > *Sent: *Wednesday, December 2, 2020 7:46 AM > *To: *vortex-l@eskimo.com > *Subject: *Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy > > > > Michelson's calculated a fringe shift using

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-12-02 Thread H LV
nd, but > that has no bearing on whether the aether exists or not > > > Roger > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Wednesday, 2 Dec, 20 At 15:45 > Subject: Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy >

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-12-02 Thread H LV
; in this sense, therefore, there exists an ether." > https://mathshistory.st-andrews.ac.uk/Extras/Einstein_ether/ > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Tuesday, 1 Dec, 20 At 19:10 > Subject: Re: [Vo]:De Hilst

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-12-01 Thread H LV
d > for constant lightspeed. > > > etc. > > > Just usual misrepresentations! > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Monday, 30 Nov, 20 At 17:16 > Subject: Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein f

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-11-30 Thread H LV
quot; are > lying; by such tactics as sin of omission. > > > > > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Saturday, 28 Nov, 20 At 21:10 > Subject: Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy > > On

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-11-28 Thread H LV
One of the panelists offers what could be called a weak criticism of relativity theory. He says all aether theories are irrelevant because they can't be proven or disproven, so it is unfair for relativists to assert anything about the existence or non-existence of an aether. However, if the

Re: [Vo]:De Hilster on Einstein fallacy

2020-11-28 Thread H LV
Has anyone noticed that in the present day older folk are more likely than younger folk to be the ones seriously questioning the establishment? This is a reversal from how it was in Einstein's day and for most of the 20th century. Harry On Sat, Nov 28, 2020 at 11:05 AM ROGER ANDERTON wrote: >

Re: [Vo]:Do opposites always attract?

2020-11-27 Thread H LV
gt; diamagnetism is its opposite, why is symmetry lost and diamagnetism is > never dipolar? > > > Interesting. Also if a paramagnet and a ferromagnet attract iron, does a diamagnet attract iron? I may be wrong, but I expect it doesn't. Will it repel iron or have no effect? Har

[Vo]:Mathematics is the sense you never knew you had

2020-11-25 Thread H LV
Mathematics is the sense you never knew you had | Eddie Woo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXwStduNw14 Harry

[Vo]:Do opposites always attract?

2020-11-25 Thread H LV
Coulomb's law -- like the notion of absolute zero -- is based on an extrapolation. It is possible that the rule of repulsion between like charges and the rule of attraction between opposite charges does not hold for very small scales. Instead, suppose the relationship between certain charge

Re: [Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-24 Thread H LV
always requires forces that are base > on a proper source (Maxwell! not QM/QED) term not on mathematical fantasy! > > Or simply: Potentials are 1st order approximations only! Same with flat > orbits/free fall. > > > J.W. > On 24.11.2020 19:09, H LV wrote: > > > >

[Vo]:Paul Dirac Interview

2020-11-24 Thread H LV
Paul Dirac Interview, Göttingen 1982 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et8-gg6XNDY The sound and colour quality of this 20 minute video is excellent. I think this was recorded about two years before he died. Harry

Re: [Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-24 Thread H LV
On Mon, Nov 23, 2020 at 9:52 AM JonesBeene wrote: > Has anyone here seen the vials of supposed hydrinos that Mills used to > show at conferences? Were they ever tested independently? He seems to have > given up that gimmick (perhaps at the advice of his lawyer)…One wonders > what materials would

Re: [Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-22 Thread H LV
On Sun, Nov 22, 2020 at 6:28 PM H LV wrote: > > On Sun, Nov 22, 2020 at 4:20 PM JonesBeene wrote: > >> >> >>- If hydrinos are just more stable versions of isolated hydrogen >>atoms they should have been discovered in hydrogen gas using old >

Re: [Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-22 Thread H LV
On Sun, Nov 22, 2020 at 4:20 PM JonesBeene wrote: > > >- If hydrinos are just more stable versions of isolated hydrogen atoms >they should have been discovered in hydrogen gas using old technology many >decades ago. But this is just a strawman argument against their existence. > > >

Re: [Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-22 Thread H LV
> > > Do you mean no closed orbits? Harry > J.W. > On 22.11.2020 19:55, JonesBeene wrote: > > *From: *H LV > > > >- Mills says his hydrino model of a below ground state hydrogen atom >is stable. However, if hydrinos were stable they should be more

Re: [Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-22 Thread H LV
On Sun, Nov 22, 2020 at 1:55 PM JonesBeene wrote: > *From: *H LV > > > >- Mills says his hydrino model of a below ground state hydrogen atom >is stable. However, if hydrinos were stable they should be more common than >ordinary hydrogen atoms which is no

Re: [Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-22 Thread H LV
an be exactly calculated by new physics (SO(4) physics). > > In fact it is not a deep Hydrogen state, its a weak nuclear bond we call > H*-H*. > > We today exactly understand how (cold) fusion works but you must learn new > physics and forget the rotten/nonsensical standard mo

[Vo]:Concerning sub states of hydrogen

2020-11-21 Thread H LV
In response to hot fusion detractors of the cold fusion explanation of excess heat, proponents of cold fusion say that the conventional theory of hot fusion does not apply to the conditions present in a lattice. The proponents argue that the lattice can somehow amplify the probability of fusion

Re: [Vo]:Good news about the pandemic at last

2020-11-21 Thread H LV
mit suicide are unimportant and don't count (?) > > > > -- Original Message ------ > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Saturday, 21 Nov, 20 At 17:42 > Subject: Re: [Vo]:Good news about the pandemic at last > > The lives that matter t

Re: [Vo]:Good news about the pandemic at last

2020-11-21 Thread H LV
s well? > > > > -- Original Message -- > From: "H LV" > To: vortex-l@eskimo.com > Sent: Saturday, 21 Nov, 20 At 16:58 > Subject: Re: [Vo]:Good news about the pandemic at last > > The way covid is being managed is causing other health problems. >

Re: [Vo]:Good news about the pandemic at last

2020-11-21 Thread H LV
The way covid is being managed is causing other health problems. It is not as if we were all invincible superman until covid came along. Harry >

Re: [Vo]:Willian Thomson (Lord Kelvin) and absolute zero

2020-11-18 Thread H LV
Here is a slightly more sophisticated lab demonstration of the reality of absolute zero. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psKupK6E-Sc How much of modern physics depends on the presumed reality of absolute zero? Harry On Mon, Nov 16, 2020 at 11:43 AM H LV wrote: > Here is a classr

[Vo]:A different role for 'absolute zero' -- was Re: Willian Thomson (Lord Kelvin) and absolute zero

2020-11-17 Thread H LV
. Shifting zero degrees Celsius to the right or left won't change the location of 'absolute zero' or the shape or relationship among the curves. Harry On Mon, Nov 16, 2020 at 11:42 AM H LV wrote: > Here is a classroom demonstration of how to estimate absolute zero. > > Charles Law and abso

Re: [Vo]:Good news about the pandemic at last

2020-11-16 Thread H LV
awesome harry On Mon, Nov 16, 2020 at 2:58 PM Jed Rothwell wrote: > I realize this is off topic. And I expect everyone here has heard about > it. But I thought you would like to see some quantitative information. > > Here is a note on temperatures. The second article says the Moderna > vaccine

Re: [Vo]:A cup of coffee and the history of heat

2020-11-16 Thread H LV
On Mon, Nov 16, 2020 at 9:05 AM JonesBeene wrote: > *From: *H LV > > > >- The type of "negative temperature" discussed in the article is not >actually colder than absolute zero. It corresponds to something that has >alot of energy so it cannot be ca

[Vo]:Willian Thomson (Lord Kelvin) and absolute zero

2020-11-16 Thread H LV
Here is a classroom demonstration of how to estimate absolute zero. Charles Law and absolute zero. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkWo-8tY8cY Btw, if the temperatures and volumes of other gases are measured and plotted you will get lines with different slopes, but they will all converge on the

Re: [Vo]:A cup of coffee and the history of heat

2020-11-16 Thread H LV
of vast numbers of microscopic particles. A temperature below absolute zero that is hotter than absolute zero is an oxymoron and is a sign there is something intellectually bankrupt with physics. Harry On Sun., Nov. 15, 2020, 4:07 p.m. Jones Beene, wrote: > H LV wrote: > > Using a cup of

[Vo]:A cup of coffee and the history of heat

2020-11-15 Thread H LV
Using a cup of coffee as a starting point this blogger provides a friendly introduction to the history of the science of heat. He also leaves the reader with an open question. https://www.beanthinking.org/?tag=caloric Harry

Re: [Vo]:Fire From Ice: An engineering challenge

2020-11-04 Thread H LV
riend about energy differentials and thermal effects on an atomic scale. > Always seems to come back to compression/relaxation phases don't it? > > G > > On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, 01:04:59 PM PST, H LV > wrote: > > > > This challenge is inspired by the title of Gene

Re: [Vo]:Fire From Ice: An engineering challenge

2020-11-03 Thread H LV
The propane fridge would be consistent with a prequel book entitled: Ice from Fire. In your example the propane supplies the fire or high temperature reservoir. An engine requires a temperature _difference_ between a reservoir and the ambient environment. Typically we think of an engine as

Re: [Vo]:Fire From Ice: An engineering challenge

2020-11-03 Thread H LV
The challenge should be more symmetrical then I just described. Rather than boil water, the challenge should be to melt ice with a very cold reservoir where the ambient temperature is low enough such that the normal state of water is ice. Harry On Tue., Nov. 3, 2020, 4:04 p.m. H LV, wrote

Re: [Vo]:acoustic prism

2020-11-03 Thread H LV
Good point. Harry On Tue., Nov. 3, 2020, 3:52 p.m. Michael Foster, wrote: > Clever and interesting... But this device is not an acoustic analog of an > optical prism. It's much closer to an acoustic diffraction device. > > > > > > > > > On Sunday, Novemb

[Vo]:Fire From Ice: An engineering challenge

2020-11-03 Thread H LV
This challenge is inspired by the title of Gene Mallove`s book "Fire From Ice". A major engineering goal in the past was to make ice from fire. That is given a very hot reservoir and ambient temperature, build a machine which will cause water to freeze. Can a complementary machine be built which

[Vo]:acoustic prism

2020-11-01 Thread H LV
Engineers Debut the Acoustic Prism The device splits sounds without digital help https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/engineers-debut-the-acoustic-prism/ Acoustic Prism Invented at EPFL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sSBPxAv2qk Exploiting the leaky-wave properties of transmission-line

Re: [Vo]:Modern Measurements of Geothe's dark spectrum

2020-10-31 Thread H LV
in favour of its inverse counterpart: they are spectroscopically equivalent and this equivalence is guaranteed by the energy conservation of the radiation in the spectra pair. Harry On Sat, Oct 31, 2020 at 1:30 PM H LV wrote: > > > This paper on the same spectral radiance mea

Re: [Vo]:Modern Measurements of Geothe's dark spectrum

2020-10-31 Thread H LV
sorry, the first link I gave may have an error in it. This works http://www.holisticsciencejournal.co.uk/id/In_dialogue%20Goethes%20Farbenlehre%20Grebe-Ellis%20and%20Passon.pdf Harry On Sat, Oct 31, 2020 at 1:30 PM H LV wrote: > I was beginning to feel like a legend in my own m

[Vo]:Modern Measurements of Geothe's dark spectrum

2020-10-31 Thread H LV
I was beginning to feel like a legend in my own mind, but it seems that in recent years other people have been making measurements of Goethe`s dark spectrum with modern instruments. This paper provides some context for Goethe`s work on colour theory and includes a graph of the spectral radiance

[Vo]:A complementary understanding of light and dark

2020-10-29 Thread H LV
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WshvEfG8xa6uteVVh2uvEn9-iU6KBWh8/view?usp=sharing In the above image I want to convey the idea of dark and light as complimentary entities by overlaying a sine wave on black and white stripes. Just as the wave trough compliments the wave peak so too does dark

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