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07-18-2008, 06:29 PM,
#16
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Ok try this out:

Last night I got THE LOST LECTURE OF RICHARD FEYNMAN -- it's call something like "planetary motion around the sun."

"Feynman's Lost Lecture: The motion of planets around the sun."

So the kicker is that it comes with an audio C.D. that has information NOT in the book (even though the book contains a long explanation of Feynman's lecture with an epilogue as well).

The difference is that the audio lecture ends with the students at CalTech going up and questioning Feynman -- all caught on C.D.

So the lecture is all about how to derive the inverse square law (which comes from music theory). It's been proven that Newton got the inverse square law directly from PSEUDO-pythagorean analysis of Archytas.

So you stretch a string 4 times its length to get the doubling of frequency:

Inverse square.

Now then -- my whole argument is that overtones are not determined by using weights as mass tension (since this goes against the law of Pythagoras). In other words frequency is inversely proportional to string length -- but Archytas used string tension to get the inverse square law.

It's supposed to be that half the string length is the octave -- not 4 times the string length.

But the half the string length then violates time as geometric symmetry since the overtones with 2:3 as the perfect fifth and 3:4 as the perfect fourth are complementary opposites, (i.e. C to G is 2:3 and G to C is 3:4). This creates the infamous "comma of Pythagoras."

Greek geometry (and Western science) is based on symmetry with a one-to-one correspondence of distance as letter and number as length.

Now then as I said there's a secret at the end of Feynman's Lost Lecture.

Feynman made as PSYCHOLOGICAL error -- he labeled the radius as "subprime v" and therefore the students associated the radius with velocity.

So then one of the CalTech students asks about this and Feynman gets mad and says he can just change the symbol which he then does.

So then the students start talking about the concept of "infinite velocity" -- vis a vis gravity as attraction and electrostatic force as repulsion -- both using the inverse square law.

So then a student -- the final question -- asks:

Yes but what's the pinnacle of the significance of the radius as velocity?

To which Feynman responds -- (because Feynman's big point was the Newton deduced from Kepler that the force attracts to the sun) --

It's not velocity it's just radius -- based on conservation of angular momentum.

So then the student says O.K. but what if it was an "equilateral hyperbole."

Feynman says: What the hell is that? You mean 90 degrees?

So then Feynman says you mean the radius is determined by 1/2?

He then states -- now the radius is not multiplied by 1/2 but by the square root of two.

Now that's EXACTLY the same point I'm making -- the "pinnacle of the significance of the radius as velocity."

All this geometry is based on measuring time as space distance with the sun as the center (in contrast to using the CHAOTIC nonlinear resonance of the lunar-sun-earth dynamics based on a complementary opposite vortex).

So if you use the inverse square law then you lose the octave as 1/2 and you get the new octave now converted to the tritone (half of the string length) -- so that 9/8 (the major second) cubed equals the square root of two (tritone) -- derived from converting 2/3 as frequency into 3/2 as geometric distance (3/2 squared as 9/4 with halving the double octave, 9/4 to get 9/8, the major second).

In other words the physics concepts of attraction (gravity) and repulsion (electromagnetics) have ALSO been based on symmetry, from the geometric-based math with time as space. In fact the weak force has been determined to violate the symmetry, thereby creating alchemical transmutations which supposedly do not change mass (but mass itself is just defined by the symmetric-based math)
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07-19-2008, 10:07 AM, (This post was last modified: 07-19-2008, 10:07 AM by fjaneson.)
#17
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Fascinating drew-I would like to hear that audio.

Hear is BBC's latest happy article about CERN.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7512586.stm
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07-19-2008, 01:31 PM,
#18
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Yeah I read Mark Buchanan's recent NATURE article on the risks of CERN -- he argued they had already been considered and were not a problem. Bogus. James Blodgett had contacted me several years ago -- and he's debated the CERN people. He contacted me after I had posted astronomer Timothy Ferris' online comment that if the Earth gets destroyed no one will know it happened so it doesn't matter anyway....

http://www.risk-evaluation-forum.org/index.htm
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08-03-2008, 03:58 PM,
#19
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http://www.lhcountdown.com/

countdown to CERN activation
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08-17-2008, 12:11 PM,
#20
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I am amazed at the ridiculous reasoning of non scientific people about how infinately small black holes are going to swallow the earth!!

I am interested in science but am no scientist, I certainly do not understand particle physics. I know one thing for sure though. If you isolate and then fire 2 or even thousands of particles at each other and manage to create a minature black hole, it is NOT going to survive, let alone expand. What is it going to consume? a few remnants of colided particles are not going to keep it going for more than a millionth or billionth of a second, if it is even powerful enough to attract them.

This even assumes that these black holes are similar to the galactic bad boys. I would guess that they are caused by the extroadinary amount of energy created in such a miniscule space by the collision, so it would reason that as the collision expands the concentration of energy lessons and the black hole cannot be sustained.

We must understand the scale and timing of these experiments. The reason we needed a bigger accelerator is that many of the fragments created then dissapear so quickly that they cannot be detected. As any wannabe scientist knows, the closer something gets to the speed of light the more time slows down for it. Now you can detect said items as they stay around for longer. Also the faster they go, the more energy in the collision. The size of the particles being collided is infinitesimally small and in a vacuum, therefore there is very little matter involved.

It would be nice if some of the more scientific minded here can give us links or info on how this accelerator works and how the black holes will be formed. As much of this type of info is very difficult to understand from reading information designed for particle physicists.

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08-19-2008, 03:20 PM,
#21
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nice res pictures of the beast (may take some loading time) ;

linkage
If Thine I that I spy with my own little I Doeth Offend thee ; Pluck It out.

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08-25-2008, 04:40 PM,
#22
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looks like a behind the scenes look at the new DOOM movie:)

truly cool stuff.
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08-25-2008, 07:17 PM,
#23
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Quote:I am amazed at the ridiculous reasoning of non scientific people about how infinately small black holes are going to swallow the earth!!

I am interested in science but am no scientist, I certainly do not understand particle physics. I know one thing for sure though. If you isolate and then fire 2 or even thousands of particles at each other and manage to create a minature black hole, it is NOT going to survive, let alone expand. What is it going to consume? a few remnants of colided particles are not going to keep it going for more than a millionth or billionth of a second, if it is even powerful enough to attract them.

This even assumes that these black holes are similar to the galactic bad boys. I would guess that they are caused by the extroadinary amount of energy created in such a miniscule space by the collision, so it would reason that as the collision expands the concentration of energy lessons and the black hole cannot be sustained.

We must understand the scale and timing of these experiments. The reason we needed a bigger accelerator is that many of the fragments created then dissapear so quickly that they cannot be detected. As any wannabe scientist knows, the closer something gets to the speed of light the more time slows down for it. Now you can detect said items as they stay around for longer. Also the faster they go, the more energy in the collision. The size of the particles being collided is infinitesimally small and in a vacuum, therefore there is very little matter involved.

It would be nice if some of the more scientific minded here can give us links or info on how this accelerator works and how the black holes will be formed. As much of this type of info is very difficult to understand from reading information designed for particle physicists.
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08-26-2008, 12:53 AM,
#24
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Consider this review -- when it comes to black hole scientists know as much as they do about sex: zilch:

http://www.stevens.edu/csw/cgi-bin/blogs/csw/?p=177
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08-26-2008, 03:34 PM,
#25
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http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthrea...mp;userid=98756

very interesting info about this from one of the physicists working on it.

Quote:What did the universe look like a few femtoseconds after the big bang? ALICE will be smashing nature's elementary hambeasts together to answer this. In ALICE lead ions will collide at nearly the speed of light, unleashing so much energy in such a small space that temperatures and conditions close to the big bang will be brought about. This is where the blackholes come in. At these energies, temperatures, and pressures it may be possible to spontaneously create supermicro black holes. Will they absorb the earth? No. They will live for no more than femtoseconds, and the only way we'll be able to detect them is by the minute effects they will have on the surrounding particles they either decay into, or disrupt minutely in their path.

BTW a femtosecond is a milionth of a billionth of a second and that is after they were travelling at 99.99999% the speed of light. That CERN is f***ing amazing!
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