Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

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    Antimatter Thread Compilation - Discussion at Facebook - Part Three

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     27. Dezember 2014 um 07:42

     


    Ulla Mattfolk Actually quarks 'pop in and pop out of existence' and this must be the same kind of matter doing so, only some other parameter vary, as maybe the quantization or energy?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 07:46 · Bearbeitet · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt Nobody has claimed any opposite statement to yours here, Ulla

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 07:55 · Bearbeitet · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk One big failure in Balmers statement is that the absolutely most common charge is neutral, no charge at all. Or also what we call dark energy, which can be a calculated error... I cannot see why he points out the proton in this way? As I see it the 'eternal' proton and electron are the ones keeping up the tension in our world, the eternal 'Dance of Shiva'.... but there is much more to it than that dance.

    Maybe I should be silent... I have discussed with Balmer before, and only much later I got a hinch of what he meant...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 08:35

     

    Oliver Thewalt No, he has never said this in this way, I think. Go thru the notes and the sources I have shown you, please, Ulla

     

    https://www.facebook.com/notes/michael-balmer/dark-energy/622742447837595

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    Michael Balmer

    DARK ENERGY

    In physical cosmology and astronomy, dark energy is a hypothetical form of energy which permeates all of space and tends to accelerate the expansion of the universe.[1] Dark energy is the most accepted hypothesis to explain the observations since the 1990s indicating that the universe is expanding at an accelerating ra...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 08:45 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Ok, I just read the main post...and this was my talk, not his.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 08:59

     

    Ulla Mattfolk "Antimatter is shielded" - means no annihilation, and the mirror matter:antimatter as the base for creation is just a false one...?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:01

     

    Oliver Thewalt Just start to put the pieces of this puzzle together:

     

    https://plus.google.com/.../11617516882.../posts/he2WnzWJVu8

     

    https://plus.google.com/118192958053077.../posts/1M9MLZUxn7x

     

    http://hixgrid.de/.../the-transition-from-matter-to-energy

     

    http://hixgrid.de/pg/blog/read/21196/gravimetrics%20

     

    https://www.facebook.com/ESSEXHOUSETECHNICALCONSULTANTS/photos/a.912552272090983.1073741826.260315187314698/897203496959194/?type=1

     

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/183288925052025/permalink/750174615030117/

     

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/197166270427349/permalink/571061169704522/

     

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/197166270427349/permalink/573590706118235/

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    What happens to the Maxwell Equations (photon), when the surface vector A…

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:13 · 2

     

    Ulla Mattfolk hehe

    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:24

     

    Erik Vonckx Allexander Vilenkin faces a similar problem the thermalized region we inhabit is spatially in

    nite. Thus, it contains an in

    nite number of regions of the same size as our observable universe, which we shall denote as

    O-regions (end quote) http://cds.cern.ch/record/486136/files/0102010.pdf

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:30 · 2

     

    Ulla Mattfolk http://physicsworld.com/.../matter-antimatter-molecule. Positronium atoms exist in two different quantum states depending on the relative orientation of the electron and positron spins. The “para”

    state only lasts about 125 ps before annihilating, ...Mehr anzeigen

     

    Matter-antimatter molecule makes its debut - physicsworld.com

    Discovery could lead to "annihilation gamma-ray laser"

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:10 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk If antimatter would be shielded this would not be possible?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:38

     

    Oliver Thewalt Ulla, I will stop to answer here in case you go on drawing conclusions by half-knowledge, refusing to understand what is in the comments in this thread and INSISTING in claims without having grasped even the most basic ideas presented here.

     

    I give you an example: I often am correcting some posts, stating false assumptions for example about STR, then people ask me: oh, this cannot be true, then Einstein's theory, one of the best proven theories, would be false???! No, nobody said that STR or GTR are false, but they are incomplete, have to be extended and undestood in the PROPER way. Therefore I recommend people to start with EPISTEMOLOGY rather than physics!!

     

    btw. Moreover, in Einstein's age, QM was not understood at all, Einstein NEVER has understood even the most basic things about QM!!

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    28. Dezember 2014 um 07:37 · Bearbeitet · 3

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Actually I thought that 'antimatter condensation' would be a proof that whole this reasoning was false, so I searched it. I have long doubted the annihilation theory myself.

    Balmers statement that dark energy does not climp together is such a statement that antimatter would not condensate, what I can understand?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:52 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk I am well aware that GR is incomplete...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:53

     

    Ulla Mattfolk But dark matter must be 'climpy' as it is seen in gravity? And actually antimatter is of the same 'climpy' sort seen in gravity.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:55 · Bearbeitet

     

    Oliver Thewalt Therefore I have given you the links: Nobody said that the anti-partners do never annihilate. Have a look at Dirac's equations and FTL implications (Darktron, positron, in Mark's posts!)

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 09:55 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Darktron would require some explanations. I see Mrk and his group use SUSY as an explanation, but that is pure speculation so far.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:28

     

    Oliver Thewalt Well, SUSY is not a girl  (Supersymmetry does not mean: there is just a mirror, Anti-gravity is not the opposite of gravity ...)

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:31 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Well, nobody can tell what gravity is in this format

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:32

     

    Ulla Mattfolk I mean, Marks models are very beautiful, but I cannot see the dynamics and the jumps in them, no uncertainty whatsoever. They look like classical physics to me. He and everyone else has surely put much efforts in creating them, but really, they must be based on experiments, not theory.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:35

     

    Oliver Thewalt https://plus.google.com/118192958053077.../posts/1M9MLZUxn7x

     

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:35 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://hixgrid.de/pg/blog/read/21196/gravimetrics

     

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:36 · 2

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Look at this for dark matter, unbelievable: https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/.../10614187.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:36

     

    Oliver Thewalt Yes, but why do you think they refuse to give us data of the JUNO earth flyby ? Or ISON? and there is EVIDENCE, a lot of, for example here: https://public.nrao.edu/.../pulsar-in-stellar-triple-system

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    Pulsar in Stellar Triple System - NRAO: Revealing the Hidden Universe

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:38 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Time as the cause for 3 body problem sound appealing, but it is a problem also in condensed matter physics, when you go from 2D to 3D. Would time be an important factor there?

     

    not closed hyperbolic orbits, y write? This means open systems.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:44 · Bearbeitet · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt Why do you think the neutrino traps (detectors/experiments) detetct less neutrinos than predicted by theory?

     

    How can the neutrino be sterile in the Higgs-field? And the neutrino has a mass AND a rest mass and is oscillating, but not travelling at the speed of light? And the photon has no mass at all?? Ouch!!!

     

    http://hixgrid.de/.../read/36210/neutrinos-and-pviolation

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:44 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk

    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:45

     

    Oliver Thewalt Depends on what you think time is ....https://plus.google.com/116175168820229.../posts/SSecTbaGYTt

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    I have the impression, that time is including the vis viva potential (by…

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:46 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Ye, actually I already thought time would mean that open system...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:47

     

    Ulla Mattfolk chirality as instance, is very dependent on time...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:48

     

    Oliver Thewalt Time is and never was, so to speak "relative", it was detected as being covariant in view of velocity or/and acceleration in an inertial system, observing a photon, in STR.

     

    This covariance is also a result of a measurement and it is assumed that it is induced by the constant speed of a photon in vacuum (also avoiding several paradox, as information paradox), also in view of the laws of energy conservation and the symmetries in the universe (especially when dealing with acceleration).

     

    There is no time per se, time is a result of spin, charge and oscillation (e.g. oscillation of a caesium atom).

     

    Moreover, I think that time is no dimension and NOT a vector (or arrow), somehow flowing from past to future, for me it looks as if our brain's ability to remember the past or to plan the future has flawed our perception of time: time is induced by motion and duration, there is no past (there is no past state stored in the universe), present is a result of a (local) measurement, not only by human beings but mainly by particle interaction: the overall uncertainty (Heisenberg) is resulting into a state by a measurement, in the universe, it is always "now".

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:49 · 3

     

    Oliver Thewalt Chirality (DNA) --> in physics: Helicity of a photon or spin, possibly is a result of cp-violation. (I do not mean the fact of existence of spin, but the "direction" or way of interacting/prefered interaction etc.)

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:04 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Time from an oscillation of an atom is just a correlation. I cannot accept that.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:53

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Time as a covariant to velocity may also just be a correlation,,,,

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:56

     

    Oliver Thewalt A quantum state is not just right or left "spinning" (in fact, there is nothing that "rotates" here

     

    The question of whether given density operators for subsystems of a multipartite quantum system are compatible to one common total density operator is known as the quantum marginal problem. We briefly review the solution of a subclass of such problems found just recently. In particular, this provides the solution of the 1-body N-representability problem. Its solution, the so-called generalized Pauli constraints, restrict the set of mathematically possible fermionic occupation numbers significantly, and strengthens Pauli's exclusion principle. Moreover, we review the study of a concrete physical model of interacting fermions confined to a harmonic trap. There, we found occupation numbers close, but not exactly on the boundary of the allowed region. This new effect of quasipinning is physically relevant since it corresponds to a simplified structure of the corresponding N-fermion quantum state.

     

    http://arxiv.org/abs/1404.1085

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    [1404.1085] The Quantum Marginal Problem

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 10:59 · Bearbeitet · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk the disassociation of space fields by matter fields? is this shown here? If we have no space fields (vacuum, emptiness, no potential ?) then mass fields loose their meaning too? Then we have no inertia? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/.../Testing-gravity-world-s.

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    Watch Brian Cox test gravity in the world's BIGGEST vacuum chamber

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:03

     

    Oliver Thewalt Yes, but inertial mass is not always gravitational mass! there is a violation of Einstein's Principles of Equivalence! Please read the enclosed links first.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:08 · Bearbeitet · 1

     
    Ulla Mattfolk Actually the vacuum must have some potential...?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:09

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Sorry, I have not been following Marks modelling lately, and you have also so much text. This is a big task to read it all...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:11 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk This is also a remarcable statement: "Energy can be treated like a perfect liquid, as CERN has confirmed recently."

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:13 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt This is Mark Aaron Simpson area, I assume it is about the lense and ZPT (ZPF), what I am able to comment is mostly known (keywords: vacuum catastrophy, M-AM -annihilation, emergent field theory (overall net mass of the universe is zero), Casimir effect, the quantum void (quantum fluctuations) etc...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:15 · Bearbeitet

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://arxiv.org/abs/1411.5391

     

    [1411.5391] Why is the refractive index cannot be negative

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:16 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk It is taken from your post https://plus.google.com/116175168820229.../posts/SSecTbaGYTt

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:17

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://www.tuwien.ac.at/aktuelles/news_detail/article/7355/

     

    Technische Universität Wien : Die flüssigste Flüssigkeit des Universums

    Technische Universität Wien, TU Wien, Vienna...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:26 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://newscenter.lbl.gov/.../a-closer-look-at-the.../

     

    A Closer Look at the Perfect Fluid

    By combining data from two high-energy accelerators, nuclear scientists have refined the measurement of a...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:27 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk A plasma? But that is wellknown....

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:30

     

    Oliver Thewalt Why do you think they even start to model black holes by this model? Or why the density of the relativistic quantum vacuum is varying in apherlion and perilehlion phases, influencing alpha and radiation decay rates?

     

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/202272676479443/permalink/582486458458061/

     

    Is the sun emitting a mystery particle?

    via Torsten P. Kersten

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    A.) Decay speed isn't always the same, b.) decay speed can vary local, magnetic field is affected with solar storms, infront of tectonic events (60 seconds ahead) a local stocked up static energy bubble bursts and floods the local magnetic field, c.) nuclear powerplants are finetuned on mass concentration versus decay speed in order to generate steam.) guess what happened at Fukushima .... (X-class cme)

    " When probing the deepest reaches of the Cosmos or magnifying our understanding of the quantum world, a whole host of mysteries present themselves. This is to be expected when pushing our knowledge of the Universe to the limit.

    But what if a well-known — and apparently constant — characteristic of matter starts behaving mysteriously?

    This is exactly what has been noticed in recent years; the decay rates of radioactive elements are changing. This is especially mysterious as we are talking about elements with “constant” decay rates — these values aren’t supposed to change. School textbooks teach us this from an early age.

    WATCH VIDEO: A solar eruption sends a wave of plasma hurtling towards Earth on Aug. 1, 2010. The event was captured by NASA satellites. This is the conclusion that researchers from Stanford and Purdue University have arrived at, but the only explanation they have is even weirder than the phenomenon itself: The sun might be emitting a previously unknown particle that is meddling with the decay rates of matter. Or, at the very least, we are seeing some new physics.

    Many fields of science depend on measuring constant decay rates. For example, to accurately date ancient artifacts, archaeologists measure the quantity of carbon-14 found inside organic samples at dig sites. This is a technique known as carbon dating.

    Carbon-14 has a very defined half-life of 5730 years; i.e. it takes 5,730 years for half of a sample of carbon-14 to radioactively decay into stable nitrogen-14. Through spectroscopic analysis of the ancient organic sample, by finding out what proportion of carbon-14 remains, we can accurately calculate how old it is.

    But as you can see, carbon dating makes one huge assumption: radioactive decay rates remain constant and always have been constant. If this new finding is proven to be correct, even if the impact is small, it will throw the science community into a spin.

    Interestingly, researchers at Purdue first noticed something awry when they were using radioactive samples for random number generation. Each decay event occurs randomly (hence the white noise you’d hear from a Geiger counter), so radioactive samples provide a non-biased random number generator.

    However, when they compared their measurements with other scientists’ work, the values of the published decay rates were not the same. In fact, after further research they found that not only were they not constant, but they’d vary with the seasons. Decay rates would slightly decrease during the summer and increase during the winter.

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    Experimental error and environmental conditions have all been ruled out — the decay rates are changing throughout the year in a predictable pattern. And there seems to be only one answer.

    As the Earth is closer to the sun during the winter months in the Northern Hemisphere (our planet’s orbit is slightly eccentric, or elongated), could the sun be influencing decay rates?

    In another moment of weirdness, Purdue nuclear engineer Jere Jenkins noticed an inexplicable drop in the decay rate of manganese-54 when he was testing it one night in 2006. It so happened that this drop occurred just over a day before a large flare erupted on the sun.

    Did the sun somehow communicate with the manganese-54 sample? If it did, something from the sun would have had to travel through the Earth (as the sample was on the far side of our planet from the sun at the time) unhindered.

    The sun link was made even stronger when Peter Sturrock, Stanford professor emeritus of applied physics, suggested that the Purdue scientists look for other recurring patterns in decay rates. As an expert of the inner workings of the sun, Sturrock had a hunch that solar neutrinos might hold the key to this mystery.

    Sure enough, the researchers noticed the decay rates vary repeatedly every 33 days — a period of time that matches the rotational period of the core of the sun. The solar core is the source of solar neutrinos.

    It may all sound rather circumstantial, but these threads of evidence appear to lead to a common source of the radioactive decay rate variation. But there’s a huge problem with speculation that solar neutrinos could impact decay rates on Earth: neutrinos aren’t supposed to work like that.

    Neutrinos, born from the nuclear processes in the core of the sun, are ghostly particles. They can literally pass through the Earth unhindered as they so weakly interact. How could such a quantum welterweight have any measurable impact on radioactive samples in the lab?

    In short, nobody knows.

    If neutrinos are the culprits, it means we are falling terribly short of understanding the true nature of these subatomic particles. But if (and this is a big if) neutrinos aren’t to blame, is the sun generating an as-yet-to-be- discovered particle?

    If either case is true, we’ll have to go back and re-write those textbooks."

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    http://news.discovery.com/.../do-solar-flares-change-the.

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    Oliver Thewalt‎Astrophysics And Physics

    Is the sun emitting a mystery particle?

     

    via Torsten P. Kersten

     

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:31 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt LoL, Ulla qg-plasma is a model of early universe ...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:32 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt Research Ionizing universe, spin-ice, unruh effect on thermodynamics ..

     

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/202272676479443/permalink/567382663301774/

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    Oliver Thewalt hat Hixgrid - The Science Networks Foto in der Gruppe „Astrophysics And Physics“ geteilt.

    Richard Feynman said that:

     

    "no-one has ever been able to define the difference between interference and diffraction satisfactorily. It is just a question of usage, and there is no specific, important physical difference between them."

     

    In physics and chemistry, the Lyman series is the series of transitions and resulting ultraviolet emission lines of the hydrogen atom as an electron goes from n ≥ 2 to n = 1 (where n is the principal quantum number referring to the energy level of the electron). The transitions are named sequentially by Greek letters: from n = 2 to n = 1 is called Lyman-alpha, 3 to 1 is Lyman-beta, 4 to 1 is Lyman-gamma, etc. The series is named after its discoverer, Theodore Lyman.

     

    The Balmer series is particularly useful in astronomy because the Balmer lines appear in numerous stellar objects due to the abundance of hydrogen in the universe, and therefore are commonly seen and relatively strong compared to lines from other elements.

     

    The spectral classification of stars, which is primarily a determination of surface temperature, is based on the relative strength of spectral lines, and the Balmer series in particular are very important. Other characteristics of a star can be determined by close analysis of its spectrum include surface gravity (related to physical size) and composition.

     

    Because the Balmer lines are commonly seen in the spectra of various objects, they are often used to determine radial velocities due to doppler shifting of the Balmer lines. This has important uses all over astronomy, from detecting binary stars, exoplanets, compact objects such as neutron stars and black holes (by the motion of hydrogen in accretion disks around them), identifying groups of objects with similar motions and presumably origins (moving groups, star clusters, galaxy clusters, and debris from collisions), determining distances (actually redshifts) of galaxies or quasars, and identifying unfamiliar objects by analysis of their spectrum.

     

    Balmer lines can appear as absorption or emission lines in a spectrum, depending on the nature of the object observed. In stars, the Balmer lines are usually seen in absorption, and they are "strongest" in stars with a surface temperature of about 10,000 kelvin (spectral type A). In the spectra of most spiral and irregular galaxies, AGNs, H II regions and planetary nebulae, the Balmer lines are emission lines.

     

    In stellar spectra, the H-epsilon line (transition 7-2) is often mixed in with another absorption line caused by ionized calcium known by astronomers as "H" (the original designation given by Fraunhofer). That is, H-epsilon's wavelength is quite close to CaH at 396.847 nm, and cannot be resolved in low resolution spectra. The H-zeta line (transition 8-2) is similarly mixed in with a neutral helium line seen in hot stars.

     

    The Rydberg constant, symbol R∞ or RH, named after the Swedish physicist Johannes Rydberg, is a physical constant relating to atomic spectra, in the science of spectroscopy. The constant first arose as an empirical fitting parameter in the Rydberg formula for the hydrogen spectral series, but Niels Bohr later showed that its value could be calculated from more fundamental constants, explaining the relationship via his "Bohr model". As of 2012, R∞ is the most accurately measured fundamental physical constant.

     

    The Rydberg constant represents the limiting value of the highest wavenumber (the inverse wavelength) of any photon that can be emitted from the hydrogen atom, or, alternatively, the wavenumber of the lowest-energy photon capable of ionizing the hydrogen atom from its ground state. The spectrum of hydrogen can be expressed simply in terms of the Rydberg constant, using the Rydberg formula.

     

    Huygens' principle can be seen as a consequence of the isotropy of space - all directions in space are equal. Any disturbance created in a sufficiently small region of isotropic space (or in an isotropic medium) propagates from that region in all radial directions. The waves created by this disturbance, in turn, create disturbances in other regions, and so on. The superposition of all the waves results in the observed pattern of wave propagation.

     

    Isotropy of space is fundamental to quantum electrodynamics (QED) where the wave function of any object propagates along all available unobstructed paths. When integrated along all possible paths, with a phase factor which is proportional to the path length, the interference of the wave-functions correctly predicts observable phenomena.

     

    Source: Wikipedia

     

    "Because of the regularity of those ancient waves, there’s a slightly increased probability that any two galaxies today will be separated by about 500 million light-years, rather than 400 million or 600 million,” says Daniel Eisenstein of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, director of SDSS-III and a pioneer in baryon oscillation surveys for nearly a decade. In a graph of the number of galaxy pairs by separation distance, that magic number of 500 million light years shows up as a peak, so astronomers often speak of the “peak separation” between galaxies. The distance that corresponds to this peak depends on the amount of dark energy in the Universe. But measuring the peak separation between galaxies depends critically on having the right distances to the galaxies in the first place.

     

    That’s where BOSS comes in. “We’ve detected the peak separation more clearly than ever before,” says Nikhil Padmanabhan of Yale University, who along with Percival co-chairs the BOSS team’s galaxy clustering group. “These measurements allow us to determine the contents of the Universe with unprecedented accuracy.

     

    In addition to providing highly accurate distance measurements, the BOSS data also enable a stringent new test of General Relativity, explains Beth Reid, a NASA Hubble Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. “Since gravity attracts, galaxies at the edges of galaxy clusters fall in toward the centres of the clusters,” Reid says. “General Relativity predicts just how fast they should be falling. If our understanding of General Relativity is incomplete, we should be able to tell from the shapes we see in BOSS’s maps near known galaxy clusters.

     

    Reid led the analysis of these “redshift space distortions” in BOSS. After accounting for the effects of dark energy, Reid’s team found that the rate at which galaxies fall into clusters is consistent with Einstein’s predictions. “We already knew that the predictions of General Relativity are extremely accurate for distances within the solar system,” says Reid, “and now we can say that they are accurate for distances of 100 million light-years.”

     

    Source: http://annesastronomynews.com/

     

    http://annesastronomynews.com/quasars-unveil-new-era-in-th…/

     

    http://annesastronomynews.com/the-beginning-of-dark-energy/

     

    http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.2616

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyman_series

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyman_alpha_forest

     

    ? Actually the Higgs mechanism can also be interpreted as such?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redshift

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rydberg_equation

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balmer%27s_formula

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baryon_acoustic_oscillations

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liénard–Wiechert_potential

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunn-Peterson_trough

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wouthuysen-Field_coupling

     

    http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/…/satellites/jwst_darkages.html

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_spectral_series

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Initial_mass_function

     

    http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0302213

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reionization

     

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:33

     

    Oliver Thewalt I transfer a comment of Charles A. Laster made on a related post in the String Theory Development Group (Facebook):

     

    " ... This relates to my soon to be published paper in Galilean Electrodynamics. I propose that the vacuum energy, treated as a perfect fluid, has a density governed by Relativity and the perfect fluid deviations of Einsteins Field Equations. Thus the density of the vacuum is higher closer to the sun, which affect to total energy level of an atom and hence its decay rate. In fact, any energy field, particle collisions, so on, can affect the value of the vacuum energy density within that region of space. Thus the vacuum energy truly is a quantum problem as currently calculated, giving predictions far from observation. This way of calculating the vacuum energy should give better results when compared with observation."

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:34

     

    Oliver Thewalt We can look upon the wave function of the electron as a confined helical wave with a forward component (zig) and a reverse component (zag), that explains the zig-zag of the electron.

     

    Neutrinos without any mass would be a left-handed spinor, comparable to the forward zig -wave of an electron. In case they have a tiny mass and are able to oscillate, it is possible that they interact with the vacuum field as part of a reverse zag wave.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:34

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://copaseticflow.blogspot.de/.../solar-neutrinos-and.

     

    Copasetic Flow: Gran Sasso, Solar Neutrinos, and Radioactive Decay Rates

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:35

     

    Marc Poulin Please untag me?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:35 · 2

     

    Oliver Thewalt There are several reasons why pure plasma physics or explanations by doppler red shift are not satisfactory explaining the observations. If Dark Matter cannot be explained by WIMPs or Axions.

     

    ISO detects signal from dark matter in a galaxy similar to...Mehr anzeigen

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:36 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt No problem, Marc! I think that you are able to untag by yourself.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:37 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Ok, I will stop now

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:40

     

    Oliver Thewalt No problem, Ulla, all those questions are helpful, so that people can grasp that these are not just theoretical models without evidence, go on and do not be confused by those who stopped thinking ...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:44 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Astrologists that I have talked to think that dark matter has to be ordinary matter, there is no other explanation. So we must do the modelling that way, but we still talk of the dark matter of course. There may even be whole galaxies that are dark?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:45

     

    Ulla Mattfolk It is a bit astonishing no gravitational waves have been seen so far, maybe the BICEPII soon get the final corrected results?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:47 · Bearbeitet · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt DM and Matter do not have to be different kind of matter ...

     

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/rele.../2014/12/141216100439.htm

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    Is the Higgs Boson a piece of the matter-antimatter puzzle?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:49 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk But if dark energy would be no-clumpy, repulsive? One solution to that can be an inpouring energy into the system, so it would not be closed, which we already talked of. Then the Equivalence Principle is in big danger... but I also read Quantum Equivalence Principle as something different, a new concept to me. http://arxiv.org/abs/1404.4307

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    [1404.4307] Quantum Tests of the Einstein Equivalence Principle with the...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:54 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Dark matter nucleon, I must laugh.... a plasma?

    https://www.facebook.com/ESSEXHOUSETECHNICALCONSULTANTS/photos/a.912552272090983.1073741826.260315187314698/907266705952873/?type=1

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    „Keywords : Dark Matter , Quark Gluon Plasma, Bose Einstein Condensate , Emergent Singularity , Cycloids, Pilot Waves

     

    11-25-2014 This design for Dark Matter nucleon Lattice is based on Emergent Singularity Chart, for Period: 9-Half Manifold (9-HM)

     

    I made a rather Bold Claim in the last post, which suggests that Period 9-HM is a candidate for Dark Matter. Such claims are going to be challenged, and they also require providing additional evidence of property for anyone to take them seriously. I understand that. I have tried to respond quickly, within 24 hours, so as to address this Nucleon model directly with additional mappings. All I wish to provide is the evidence that led me to this conclusion, and you can decide for yourself and weigh in with comments.

     

    Background Info. Protons and Neutrons are called Nucleons. They are the particles making up the nucleus of Matter. Protons promote electrons to the Atom, giving us the rather simple functional concept for Matter. What I have been doing is tracing the path of synthesis for how nature formed the Nucleons from the charge-space of vacuum energy using forms that represent Planck level waves, called cycloids. You can find many designs and explanations on the Fate page. I found something very surprising this week when analyzing each period and transform. There appears to be a nucleon type that can exist in the period between the proton and the neutron. This may be something we are already familiar with in normal matter, but under a different name.It also be something exotic or unknown within normal matter, such as the Nucleon for Dark Matter. It could even be true for both cases, regular Matter and Dark Matter. So what do we need to do to try and get a grasp on analysis?

     

    One of the most direct routes I can take with any of the Nucleon types is to make a quark-gluon lattice, which relies on the geodesic topology for how the charges behave in a space-time array. The idea is to map about 48 nuclei into a regular lattice, using the quarks as gluon forming strong force bridges for the nucleon of interest. Then we can analyze the lattice as a wave propagation table for any interesting wave and charge related characteristics that might give us clues as to performance. Many experiments are being carried out in laboratories right now in the search for properties of B.E. condensates because they provide clues to unusual performance properties we might be able to use in the future.

     

    Many of you are not professional wave mechanic experts. So, I will use a simple analogy here. For acoustics, in studios, a special material is placed on the walls to absorb reflected sound waves, thus absorbing the waves. This is a way to collapse the sound waves and have them lose energy to the material. Consider then what would be required to do this same principle with electrons, or , more importantly, with photons (light). Normal matter is B.E. condensates does indicate some exotic interactions with photons, some bordering on super-conducting of photons. The stealth material is somewhat like this and reports have been made public. It isn't practical yet, but the results show how special this material is. For Dark Matter, we are expecting to find a material that absorbs all light (photons). This would require 2 main properties. One is the ability to collapse any wavelength of radiation. The second is that it need to delocalize the energy in it's lattice so that nothing was emitted in a secondary process. This set of requirements already indicates that we would need something like a B.E. condensate, but with exotic matter to get a whole new set of properties, that which could superconduct photons through it, and collapse the electromagnetic portion of the wave.

    This last remark has led me to this special nucleon. It is half way between a proton and a neutron. It is indicated that it could support both an electron and a positron, in separate step promotions. A quark-gluon plasma of such a nucleon would then have the neutral charge activity to superconduct photons. Now, lastly, look carefully at the design. There is also a positive spin characteristic around the gluons (the green cycloid wave fronts). I know you didnt notice that until now. Initially, the pattern looks so regular and symmetrical, however, it is in a state of spin that could collapse photons upon absorption. Add to that the spin is based on both positive and negative charges. Now you understand my reason to make a Bold Claim. There is more than one reason to take a serious look at what I have found.

     

    Concluding Remarks: The featured period 9-HM for Dark Matter atomic nuclei was mapped as a Bose Einstein condensate. Quark- gluon plasma, when mapped using cycloids, provides a rich analysis of possible wave mechanic properties and also charge-state relationships. Mapping an unknown nucleon type has provided clues as to an unknown state of wave mechanics that strongly suggest properties consistent with what is expected for Dark Matter. I have done my best to demonstrate the reason for making a bold claim, and to provide as much detail to this analysis as possible in such a short time from publishing the claim. I set my expectations high, in that this does get attention it deserves, and that professionals can benefit from clear commentary and mappings.

     

    Best Regards, Mark A. Simpson

     

    For more information, and to leave comments, please follow link to main post for 9-HM: https://www.facebook.com/ESSEXHOUSETECHNICALCONSULTANTS/photos/a.261328837213333.75066.260315187314698/906772866002257/?type=1&theater“

    String Theory Development FaTe Model Page mit Paul Hearn und 46 weiteren Personen

    Keywords : Dark Matter , Quark Gluon Plasma, Bose Einstein Condensate , Emergent Singularity , Cycloids, Pilot Waves

     

    11-25-2014 This design for Dark Matter nucleon Lattice is based on Emergent Singularity Chart, for Period: 9-Half Manifold (9-HM)

     

    I made a rather Bold Claim in the last post, which suggests that Period 9-HM is a candidate for Dark Matter. Such claims are going to be challenged, and they also require providing additional evidence of property for anyone to take them seriously. I understand that. I have tried to respond quickly, within 24 hours, so as to address this Nucleon model directly with additional mappings. All I wish to provide is the evidence that led me to this conclusion, and you can decide for yourself and weigh in with comments.

     

    Background Info. Protons and Neutrons are called Nucleons. They are the particles making up the nucleus of Matter. Protons promote electrons to the Atom, giving us the rather simple functional concept for Matter. What I have been doing is tracing the path of synthesis for how nature formed the Nucleons from the charge-space of vacuum energy using forms that represent Planck level waves, called cycloids. You can find many designs and explanations on the Fate page. I found something very surprising this week when analyzing each period and transform. There appears to be a nucleon type that can exist in the period between the proton and the neutron. This may be something we are already familiar with in normal matter, but under a different name.It also be something exotic or unknown within normal matter, such as the Nucleon for Dark Matter. It could even be true for both cases, regular Matter and Dark Matter. So what do we need to do to try and get a grasp on analysis?

     

    One of the most direct routes I can take with any of the Nucleon types is to make a quark-gluon lattice, which relies on the geodesic topology for how the charges behave in a space-time array. The idea is to map about 48 nuclei into a regular lattice, using the quarks as gluon forming strong force bridges for the nucleon of interest. Then we can analyze the lattice as a wave propagation table for any interesting wave and charge related characteristics that might give us clues as to performance. Many experiments are being carried out in laboratories right now in the search for properties of B.E. condensates because they provide clues to unusual performance properties we might be able to use in the future.

     

    Many of you are not professional wave mechanic experts. So, I will use a simple analogy here. For acoustics, in studios, a special material is placed on the walls to absorb reflected sound waves, thus absorbing the waves. This is a way to collapse the sound waves and have them lose energy to the material. Consider then what would be required to do this same principle with electrons, or , more importantly, with photons (light). Normal matter is B.E. condensates does indicate some exotic interactions with photons, some bordering on super-conducting of photons. The stealth material is somewhat like this and reports have been made public. It isn't practical yet, but the results show how special this material is. For Dark Matter, we are expecting to find a material that absorbs all light (photons). This would require 2 main properties. One is the ability to collapse any wavelength of radiation. The second is that it need to delocalize the energy in it's lattice so that nothing was emitted in a secondary process. This set of requirements already indicates that we would need something like a B.E. condensate, but with exotic matter to get a whole new set of properties, that which could superconduct photons through it, and collapse the electromagnetic portion of the wave.

    This last remark has led me to this special nucleon. It is half way between a proton and a neutron. It is indicated that it could support both an electron and a positron, in separate step promotions. A quark-gluon plasma of such a nucleon would then have the neutral charge activity to superconduct photons. Now, lastly, look carefully at the design. There is also a positive spin characteristic around the gluons (the green cycloid wave fronts). I know you didnt notice that until now. Initially, the pattern looks so regular and symmetrical, however, it is in a state of spin that could collapse photons upon absorption. Add to that the spin is based on both positive and negative charges. Now you understand my reason to make a Bold Claim. There is more than one reason to take a serious look at what I have found.

     

    Concluding Remarks: The featured period 9-HM for Dark Matter atomic nuclei was mapped as a Bose Einstein condensate. Quark- gluon plasma, when mapped using cycloids, provides a rich analysis of possible wave mechanic properties and also charge-state relationships. Mapping an unknown nucleon type has provided clues as to an unknown state of wave mechanics that strongly suggest properties consistent with what is expected for Dark Matter. I have done my best to demonstrate the reason for making a bold claim, and to provide as much detail to this analysis as possible in such a short time from publishing the claim. I set my expectations high, in that this does get attention it deserves, and that professionals can benefit from clear commentary and mappings.

     

    Best Regards, Mark A. Simpson

     

    For more information, and to leave comments, please follow link to main post for 9-HM: https://www.facebook.com/ESSEXHOUSETECHNICALCONSULTANTS/photos/a.261328837213333.75066.260315187314698/906772866002257/?type=1&theater

     

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 11:57 · 3

     

    Oliver Thewalt There are no gravitational waves at all! http://telescoper.wordpress.com/.../planck-2014-the.../

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    Planck 2014: The Results That Weren't....

    A big conference started today in Ferrara, Italy, which my duties here at the University of Sussex unfortunately...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:00 · 2

     

    Ulla Mattfolk No waves? WAU, extraordinary!

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:01 · Bearbeitet

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://arxiv.org/abs/1409.5738

     

    [1409.5738] Planck intermediate results. XXX. The angular power spectrum of...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:04 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt No, http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/.../physicist-paul.../

     

    Physicist Paul Steinhardt Slams Inflation, Cosmic Theory He Helped Conceive |...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:06 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt some more links: http://physics.aps.org/articles/v2/88

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    Nearly perfect fluidity

    Is there a fundamental lower bound on viscosity? To answer this question, we can look at the coldest and...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:06 · 2

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://phys.org/.../2014-12-evidence-mysterious-phase.

     

    First direct evidence that a mysterious phase of matter competes with...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:07 · 2

     

    Oliver Thewalt https://plus.google.com/116175168820229.../posts/gN5GccLicPd

     

    About Dark Matter, I have given you some links on the wall of STD group or FaTe educational site.

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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2853083/Scientists-lightning-spa…

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2853083.

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:16 · 2

     

    Oliver Thewalt Yes, be aware that the flyby anomaly is not just induced by STR effects (frame dragging etc.) but as an EFFECT not affact of gravity (gravimetrics) in conjunction with thermodynamics (unruh radiation) (but it is still possible that the flyby anomaly is...Mehr anzeigen

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    How To Tackle the Outstanding Problem in Astrophysics | MIT Technology Review

    The strange behaviour of spacecraft as they fly past...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:34 · 1

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://www.hep.princeton.edu/~mcdonald/accel/unruhrad.pdf

    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:34

     

    Oliver Thewalt http://www.iflscience.com/.../journey-other-side-absolute.

     

    The Journey To The Other Side Of Absolute Zero | IFLScience

    Absolute zero is the temperature (-273.15C) at which...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:34 · 2

     

    Oliver Thewalt Helpful link via Ulla: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1210.7333v1.pdf

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:35 · 1

     

    Ulla Mattfolk does gravitational mass always equals inertial mass? this is why we have the violation of Equivalence and consequently an expansion of the Universe? Due to the quantization as I first said...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:51

     

    Ulla Mattfolk But again if the model uses SUSY for dark matter and still know dark matter is ordinary (or virtual also) I cannot understand why?

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:54 · Bearbeitet

     

    Ulla Mattfolk Also this gives no explanation for the uncertainty what I can see...

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    27. Dezember 2014 um 12:55

     

    Oliver Thewalt No, Ulla, it is NOT just due to quantization, THEN this would be just a measurement issue!

     

    This is more FUNDAMENTAL:

     

    Quote:

     

    "While Einstein's Theory of General Relativity has so far been confirmed by every experiment, it is not compatible with quantum theory. Because of that, physicists expect that it will break down under extreme conditions," Ransom explained. "This triple system of compact stars gives us a great opportunity to look for a violation of a specific form of the equivalence principle called the Strong Equivalence Principle," he added.

     

    When a massive star explodes as a supernova and its remains collapse into a superdense neutron star, some of its mass is converted into gravitational binding energy that holds the dense star together. The Strong Equivalence Principle says that this binding energy still will react gravitationally as if it were mass. Virtually all alternatives to General Relativity hold that it will not.

     

    "This system offers the best test yet of which is the case," Ransom said.

     

    Under the strong equivalence principle, the gravitational effect of the outer white dwarf would be identical for both the inner white dwarf and the neutron star. If the strong equivalence principle is invalid under the conditions in this system, the outer star's gravitational effect on the inner white dwarf and the neutron star would be slightly different and the high-precision pulsar timing observations could easily show that.

     

    "By doing very high-precision timing of the pulses coming from the pulsar, we can test for such a deviation from the strong equivalence principle at a sensitivity several orders of magnitude greater than ever before available," said Ingrid Stairs of the University of British Columbia. "Finding a deviation from the Strong Equivalence Principle would indicate a breakdown of General Relativity and would point us toward a new, correct theory of gravity," she added.

     



    .. continued: Antimatter Thread Part 4