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Neutron charge emission - where does it go?

Wed Feb 22, 2017 1:57 am by Jared Magneson

I've been looking at the neutron a bit more today, and it struck me as add that its emissions blast right into the proton's emission with, well, no discernable effect. Could be grasping at straws here. But it seems like the proton and the neutron must emit/recycle a similar amount of charge, only with the neutron it would be more concentrated since it's pole-to-pole. If they're both pushing a …

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Proposal: Electricity Animation

Mon Aug 29, 2016 3:03 pm by LloydK

Since my new free energy thread got into electricity and wireless transmission briefly, I got to thinking it would be swell if we had an animation of both processes according to MM's theory. Cr6, Nevyn, Airman, or anyone, is that fairly easily doable?

What frequency range would be the photons in electricity? In wireless I think I read that they're usually 2.45 GHz, but older cordless phones were …

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Mass, Radius, Circumference, Wavelength, and Energy Table

Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:05 pm by LongtimeAirman

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Please consider another attempt at an EM table. It shows the stable particles between the IR photon and ‘?’. I thought Miles had mentioned a possible particle 1820.56* larger than the proton, I haven't found it yet.  

There are a few slightly varying numbers over several papers, for example, “our mass quantum is 1.00E-24” yet …

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Stacked Spins - scripting the photon's motion (technical)

Mon Jan 23, 2017 5:04 pm by Jared Magneson

I'd like to start a new technical thread to help diagram the motion of the photon as it stacks spins, in the hopes that once the script is working properly for me it can be "instanced" to as many particles at once as my computers will allow. This should give us nice visualizations for charge inside the nucleus, as well as electrical and magnetic field animations and eventually molecular …

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Heat & Pressure: Important to Think About

Tue Jan 24, 2017 4:40 pm by LloydK

What do Heat and Pressure have in common?
Charles Chandler found a couple sources from 2015 which he claimed show that radioactive decay rates increase with temperature increase. This was to explain why radiometric dating of the Earth gives a much older date than is likely correct. Conventional dating apparently assumes that the Earth has maintained near its present temperature for a long time, …

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Recycling-

Thu Jan 12, 2017 6:38 am by Ciaolo

I opened this thread to talk about recycling. There has been some propositions, ideas, work in progress simulators etc.

I'm starting it with this idea:

All matter, planets and stars as well, recycle spinning photons up to a certain spin count, so they can possibly be recycling particles like electrons and protons as well as photons.

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How you found Mathis

Fri Dec 30, 2016 8:51 am by Ciaolo

Hello!

I want to share with you how I found Mathis, and created this thread so you can share your experience too if you want.

I've always been curious about everything, was passionate about astrophysics when I was very young (not the maths of course!) and learnt a lot of things about it before I grew up. Then (luckily) my professional choice was about computer science so I didn't fill my brain …

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c, the speed of light, and the BPhoton

Sat Oct 22, 2016 7:17 am by Ciaolo

Hello.

I've been reading the new stacked spin thread and watching the videos with great interest. There are obviously a lot of questions but I'm still pondering on them.

But there is a question I decided to post.

Light travels at c, wich is a constant.
Imagine a BPhoton traveling at c along the x axis, and also rotating at c about its y axis. A certain distance D along the x axis is traveled …

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Images of the Earth from space in invisible wavelengths?

Sat Sep 10, 2016 6:03 am by Ciaolo

Hello.

Why do infra-red cameras see in the dark? Is Earth radiating light like stars? According to Miles theory, all matter is radiating light. So, I started looking for an image of the Earth in the various inivisible wavelengths.

Apparently there are plenty of sun images in all possible wavelengths, also milky way images, andromeda and other deep space stuff. But the Earth seemed impossible to …

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