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Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 4th, 2018, 8:50 am
by Cuchulainn
As the image of God grows within man, he learns to rely less on an intellectual pursuit of virtue and more on an affective pursuit of charity and meekness. Thus, man then directs his path to that One, and the love for, and of, Christ guides man's very nature to become centered on the One, and on his neighbor as well.Charity is the manifestation of the pure love of Christ, both for and by His follower.

The Dominican Order was affected by a number of elemental influences. Its early members imbued the order with a mysticism and learning. The Europeans of the order embraced ecstatic mysticism on a grand scale and looked to a union with the Creator. The English Dominicans looked for this complete unity as well, but were not so focused on ecstatic experiences.

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 4th, 2018, 4:03 pm
by Collector
". Its early members imbued the order with a mysticism and learning."


so basically modern physics, mysticism!

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 4th, 2018, 4:14 pm
by Cuchulainn
". Its early members imbued the order with a mysticism and learning."


so basically modern physics, mysticism!
now that you mention it, you do have a point! 

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 7th, 2018, 11:57 am
by katastrofa
On a different note (and back on topic!) - some recent news from physics:

Researchers Solve First Problem From Mathematical Physics Wish List

"The newly solved problem relates to the quantum Hall effect. The Hall effect "was discovered in a groundbreaking experiment by Edwin Hall in 1879 that showed, for the first time, that electric currents in a metal can be deflected in the presence of a magnetic field perpendicular to the surface," a news release notes."

Here is the list, housed at Princeton:

Open Problems in Mathematical Physics
Imagine that I got that question on my PhD exam (at least in in EE we have to pass exams in general physics and philosophy or economy before they give us the title). Obviously I don't claim that I solved the problem - I'm just complaining what I've been through :-) I used topology / differential geometry approach to solve it, and the model also applied to the anomalous Hall effect. Someone even said that the model was worth further investigation, but then we went for vodka and forgot about it. I have a box full of some "to-be-published" results from those times. I plan to open it before I die.

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 7th, 2018, 12:54 pm
by ExSan
On a different note (and back on topic!) - some recent news from physics:

Researchers Solve First Problem From Mathematical Physics Wish List

"The newly solved problem relates to the quantum Hall effect. The Hall effect "was discovered in a groundbreaking experiment by Edwin Hall in 1879 that showed, for the first time, that electric currents in a metal can be deflected in the presence of a magnetic field perpendicular to the surface," a news release notes."

Here is the list, housed at Princeton:

Open Problems in Mathematical Physics
Imagine that I got that question on my PhD exam (at least in in EE we have to pass exams in general physics and philosophy or economy before they give us the title). Obviously I don't claim that I solved the problem - I'm just complaining what I've been through :-) I used topology / differential geometry approach to solve it, and the model also applied to the anomalous Hall effect. My PhD advisor (with whom we didn't spoke and I used part of my mental powers during the exam to passive-aggressively obstruct the blackboard on which I wrote from him >:-D) got interested and someone even said that the model was worth further investigation, but then we went for vodka and forgot about it. I have a box full of some "to-be-published" results from those times. I plan to open it before I die.
wow !!!  very interesting !!! 

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 7th, 2018, 3:11 pm
by katastrofa
I know. Not any less interesting than my other comments. I'm like those old swats telling stories from their past, again and again :-)

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 7th, 2018, 8:48 pm
by Collector
"Someone even said that the model was worth further investigation, but then we went for vodka and forgot about it. I have a box full of some "to-be-published" results from those times. I plan to open it before I die."

Just open the box and tell us what u found.  And dont worry about dying from opening that box. The box is likely full of empty vodka bottles, not full bottles. Well before u open it how can u know?

Next time try

Quantum Vodka, even the bottles valuable

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 7th, 2018, 10:29 pm
by katastrofa
No bottles left. Polish moonshine has over 99% ABV. It's in thermodynamic equilibrium with the bottle.

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 8th, 2018, 5:19 pm
by ExSan
I know. Not any less interesting than my other comments. I'm like those old swats telling stories from their past, again and again :-)
I would like to track your research. If you had a blog please share the link  

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 8th, 2018, 6:21 pm
by katastrofa
I know. Not any less interesting than my other comments. I'm like those old swats telling stories from their past, again and again :-)
I would like to track your research. If you had a blog please share the link  
I'm sorry to disappoint you, but I don't make moonshine these days. Though, I plan to go back to it with my grandpa's recipe one day.

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 12th, 2018, 1:52 pm
by Collector
Modern physics assume the Planck length is a derived constant 

\(l_p=\sqrt{\frac{\hbar G}{c^3}}\)

and that G and \(\hbar\) fundamental constants. totally opposite, G and hbar are composite constants that have caused a cloud carpet over physics, so it has lost logic and now is a mathematical cloud carpet. Yes universal constants, but unnecessarily complex composites where one do not understand deeper meaning before one understand they are composites rooted in stone age mass insight. 

The Planck length can be found totally independent of any knowledge of G and hbar.

G and hbar will be expelled from the next revolution in physics. The Planck length and the speed of light is what is truly important. No, we dont even need hbar for any energy calculations.

Finding the Planck Length Independent of Newtons Gravitational Constant and the Planck Constant (first draft written last night, loads of implications)

S radius is the reduced Compton frequency over one Planck second times the Planck length 

\begin{equation}
\frac{r_s}{2}=\frac{GM}{c^2}=f_Ct_pl_p=\frac{c}{\bar{\lambda}}\frac{l_p}{c}l_p=\frac{l_p^2}{\bar{\lambda}}
\end{equation}

and we need no knowledge off G or \(\hbar\) to find the Schwarzschild or the reduced Compton frequency, and therefore we can extract the Planck length without any knowledge off G and \(\hbar\).

Some other interesting aspects of the diameter of the God particle 

\begin{equation}
l_p=\sqrt{\frac{1}{2}\frac{r_s}{f_C}c}
\end{equation}

\begin{equation}
l_p =\sqrt{\frac{1}{2}r_s\bar{\lambda}} 
\end{equation}

No need to know traditional mass sizes, or G or hbar to find \(r_s\) and \(\bar{\lambda}\)

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 12th, 2018, 2:04 pm
by Cuchulainn
Do you need to be a brain sturgen to understand it? Like a fish out of water?

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 12th, 2018, 2:09 pm
by Collector
Do you need to be a brain sturgen to understand it? Like a fish out of water?
at the moment one possibly need to undergo brain surgery to understand it ( private message me if needed, brain surgery) , later on I will make it understandable even for a big fish (whale).

The Planck mass has reduced Compton frequency of ONE in the shortest possible time interval (Planck time, that we find in same sweep). Masses below Planck mass have  frequency < 1 at Planck time, therefore probabilistic. 

 no need for G or hbar, Newton's God particle is ONE, the only ONE! And most important the ONE is now found!

Compton scattering + Cyclotron frequency (linear proportional to reduced Compton frequency, no need to go through stone age mass concept: kg) and Cavendish used not traditional way when mass size input, jump straight to Schwarzschild. From that extract diameter of the One and only One!

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 30th, 2018, 2:42 pm
by Collector
Newton's gravitational constant as well as the Planck constant gives minimal if hardly any intuition, it looks like non of them are ever needed. It looks like it goes back to not so well understood mass definition. 

Here is my new and simplest rest mass (and energy) definition

\(\breve{m}=f_Ct_p=\frac{c}{\bar{\lambda}}\frac{l_p}{c}=\frac{l_p}{\bar{\lambda}}\) 


which gives the reduced Compton frequency of the mass in question per Planck second. And the Planck length and the reduced Compton wavelength can both be found/measured totally independent of any knowledge of Newtons gravitational constant and independent of any knowledge of the the Planck constant, as very well shown in detailed derivations in this paper.

The Newton gravitaional constant (that I think Newton possibly never used himself) is a composite constant that is necessary complex. It is needed to get rid of the Planck constant that is embedded in modern physic not so well understood mass. No gravity phenomena observable needs Newton G or the Planck constant. What is important is Newtons inverse square law. We can use his inverse square law and define a series of valid mass measures with different G's. One of the worst one is todays G, worst as it contains unnecessary information embedded, but yes needed to cancel out Planck constant in unnecessary complex mass definition. 

The Planck length and the speed of gravity, is what is important. It is the Compton frequency model of matter that is important, that
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Almost all equations gets simpler, no need for Planck constant even in the uncertainty principle, we also get a modified Klein-Gordon etc. 

The Planck length replaces both the Planck constant and the Newton Gravitational constant.. very early working paper, but much of the math already there...will likely improve it a lot in the centuries to come.

A New Mass Measure and a Simplification and Extension of Modern Physics

The Planck length will replace G and \(\hbar\), except when you desperately want your kg measure/definition, then possibly useful (to confuse the world to use this cloud carpet constants)? (even then one could instead simply define the exact reduced Compton frequency of a clump of matter than one decided to call one kg, this is fully possible also from a measure point of view.

Re: "Unified Revolution" new book by Espen Haug

Posted: September 30th, 2018, 2:48 pm
by Collector
And at the Planck time interval there is actually no difference between mass, energy and probability, they are the same thing (indistinguishable), there is only whole numbers and fractional numbers. 

Relativistic we have 

\(E=M=P=\frac{l_p}{\bar{\lambda}\sqrt{1-v^2/c^2}}\)

(P= probability of Planck mass state in a given Planck second)

That is the relativistic reduced Compton frequency per Planck second. It is always 1 for the Planck mass particle and fractional for all particles with less mass (energy) than that, and is also why the subatomic world is ruled by quantum probabilities, we then have to do with fractions, not whole numbers (one can not have frequency below one, but yes we can have fractions = probabilities).

As soon as we start to operate with stone age mass definition of kg and get in the Planck constant and G the beautiful induction of the equations are gone, but then one can just throw in needles fancy words instead...  but yes it is easy to go between the different systems, all of them are valid, but I prefer simcity and to work with numbers, not words.

And yes at the very bottom of rabbit hole it is all BINARY. It takes one Planck second to flip sides (and this coin can never be on the edge) so inside one Planck second uncertainty collapses, as no change inside this minimum time period.

Modern physics have missed out on the Planck length in their mass formulation, but need it (without knowing so) in all their gravity prediction, so they use empirically calibrated G that yes contains also the Planck length. But Newton G also embedded contains the Planck constant to cancel out the Planck constant embedded in their old fashion not so intuitive mass definition.

So very much simpler when one get a mass equation that contains the full aspect of the duality (void particle duality known as wave particle duality by modern confused physicists)  \(\frac{l_p}{\bar{\lambda}}\). So extremely simple and so much information about mass, energy, probability 

\(E=M=P=\frac{l_p}{\bar{\lambda}\sqrt{1-v^2/c^2}}\)

my rocket paper max velocity equation is actually simply the special case of E=M=P=1 solved with respect to velocity.  And that is all needed. Everything is so very very much simpler when one understand mass is reduced Compton frequency and that the smallest frequency over the shortest time interval must be 1. Then one can easily find/measure the Planck length directly with absolutely no knowledge of G and hbar. 

G and \(\hbar\) are cloud carpet constants. Any equation with any of these are not really intuitive, mathematically yes simple stuff, but deeper intuition first when one understand how they are linked to Compton frequency! Nothing wrong with any of these constants when one understand what they truly are, and yes both "needed" when one use a mass definition with incomplete information about what mass truly is.  But everything can be done so much simpler, and then simple logic and intuition is back in business.