Category: Electromagnetic Gravitational Field

Gravitation potential and ether wind

FractalWoman: Michelson Morley Experiment : A Shocking Revelation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VNkLk_vZ8k You are kind of all over the place, but perhaps this will give you an idea. About 20 years ago, I used the network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. It turns out that the speed is the same as the speed of
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Accelerator Neutrino experiments, The nature of the gravitational potential fields, breaking up global monopolies

The LHC experiment to detect flavors of high energy neutrinos showed that they can detect neutrinos from the accelerator. But they did not optimize the generation for specfic types of neutrinos, just “bang bang, try to produce something”.  It worked, but you do not need those high energies to make “earth penetrating” neutrino beams.  They
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Using Gravimeter Arrays is not hard – Stack Exchange

https://earthscience.stackexchange.com/questions/9192/prompt-gravity-signal-induced-by-the-2011-tohoku-oki-earthquake-could-this-rea The Tohoku earthquake registered on both the superconducting gravimeter (SG) and broadband seismic networks. The SGs are accelerometers with roughly 0.1 nanometer/second^2 sensitivity at 1 sample per second. The broadband seismometers are about 10 times less sensitive, but usually store at 40 sps or 100 sps. And the broadband seismometers are three axis, so
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Richard talks to OpenAI ChatGPT Plus about KeV and MeV magnetic bonds between neutrons protons and electrons

Richard talks to OpenAI ChatGPT Plus about KeV and MeV magnetic bonds between neutrons protons and electrons. Neutron magnetic pairs, proton antiproton magnetic pairs, electron pairs. Atomic fuels, extended nuclear materials. Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation Richard: I am thinking about magnetic bonds between neutrons and want to talk with you about that. The neutron
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If there are no measurements, nor calculations, it is not science or engineering

UZH Physics: The jumping ring and Eddy currents at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Xxhoiew4AQ You did no measurements, nor calculations. So I do not consider it “science” or “engineering”. I am fairly certain there are also magnetic gradient forces involved. And you did not show the current and voltage pulse.  Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation Acoustic Atomic Density Nuclear Electromagnetic
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Radiation dose in Joules/Kilogram, so is Gravitational Potential

https://www.researchgate.net/post/The-formula-for-radiation-dose-of-an-x-ray-unit-D-gkVmAs-d2-where-g-is-constant-and-ddistance-in-what-kind-of-dose-does-it-refer-to Not sure if this will add to your discussion, but Volt^2 might be easy to remember if you think of dosage in Photons per second, an Ampere of unit charge as (1/e = 6.2415091E18 per second) and energy in Watt seconds. Watts = Volts*Amperes = Volts^2/Ohm. The total absorbed dose in Joules/Kilogram is Watts*Seconds/Kilogram.
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Note to Bard about electromagnetic launch facilities using 3D field methods

I design an electromagnetic field launch facility that lift the Starship second stage to its mission height and velocity on the planned time schedule ( a few minutes). It completely eliminates or replaces the booster. More importantly it also can catch and gently set the returning craft back in its cradle. So the overall size
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Ben about the gravitational potential, gravitational energy density, global collaborations

Subject: Found the derivation of the gravitational energy density in a workable form Ben, Most humans live in little bubbles and are only vaguely aware of the whole.  So global policies, issues and opportunities are made up by many billions of people acting independently.  Or for “smaller” policies, issues and opportunities – millions, hundreds of
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Gravity images of the sun below the photosphere, Cameras and Memory Chips as gravitational detectors

Hi Athiray, I was just going to write you. I am reading about soft x-ray camera noise. “Performance characterization of UV science cameras developed for the Chromospheric Lyman-Alpha Spectro-Polarimeter” And now reading “Modeling charge transport in Swept Charge Devices for X-ray spectroscopy” I have been tracking the solar imaging groups for several years, and slowly
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Richard Answers a question about zero gravitational acceleration, nanogravity, synthetic acceleration fields

Is there any space with zero gravity in the Universe? by Chinnaraji Annamalai, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur https://www.researchgate.net/post/Is_there_any_space_with_zero_gravity_in_the_Universe Richard: The gravitational potential fills all of space. The earth, sun, moon, planets all have their own potential that adds to this. The total potential from all masses in the universe adds to roughly c^2 =
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