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    Default Thermal physics via line-integration

    Thermonuclear hypothesis As we look forward to delighting in technological awakening, I invite you to ponder these images.
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    Default Re: Thermal physics via line-integration

    Quote Originally Posted by KickLaBuka View Post
    Thermonuclear hypothesis As we look forward to delighting in technological awakening, I invite you to ponder these images.
    Pretty picture. No sound. What´s to ponder?

    A bit better is your attempt to explain your theory, however not by much. The big problem is that you obfuscate everything by using irrelevant analogies. A clear scientific explanation that gets to the point would be appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kg4pae View Post
    Pretty picture. No sound. What´s to ponder?

    A bit better is your attempt to explain your theory, however not by much. The big problem is that you obfuscate everything by using irrelevant analogies. A clear scientific explanation that gets to the point would be appreciated.


    What we see in deep space makes waves that cosmologists receive as the signal intercepts our line of observation.

    Galaxies are tilted, like the derived square in the +,+ quadrant found at the link you posted.


    refocused according to the triangle pictured inside the surrounding pyramid, that triangle represents a portion of one quadrant in the cartesian vector space related by the "ground" level of that pyramid generated by two eye comparison. All eight quadrants together would look like a raised crater facing the eyes with a disc resting inside partially submerged.

    So if the correct line of sight is reasoned based on the tilt, then even galaxies can be interpreted in electromagnetic form and beyond as we traverse through free space.

    My voice shrills by comparison.

    I don't do the beauty justice, and while the picture is sound, the video is not the best way to arrive at that line. Hopefully I can spark interest in the light from up high.
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    Default Re: Thermal physics via line-integration

    Quote Originally Posted by KickLaBuka View Post
    What we see in deep space makes waves that cosmologists receive as the signal intercepts our line of observation.

    Galaxies are tilted, like the derived square in the +,+ quadrant found at the link you posted.


    refocused according to the triangle pictured inside the surrounding pyramid, that triangle represents a portion of one quadrant in the cartesian vector space related by the "ground" level of that pyramid generated by two eye comparison. All eight quadrants together would look like a raised crater facing the eyes with a disc resting inside partially submerged.

    So if the correct line of sight is reasoned based on the tilt, then even galaxies can be interpreted in electromagnetic form and beyond as we traverse through free space.

    My voice shrills by comparison.

    I don't do the beauty justice, and while the picture is sound, the video is not the best way to arrive at that line. Hopefully I can spark interest in the light from up high.
    (the "tilt" of galaxies depends on geometrical optics via a lens and an image on a focal plane, which assumes c for magnification. Einstein "rings" and "red shift" depend on an STR analysis (although if a medium is assumed geometric analogy can be used for the rings). Also red shift if a medium is assumed (photon-on-photon interaction.)

    So a LOT depends on the interpretation of Einstein....

    The "Ow" of physics (STR, QM, QFT):

    (via "Maxwell's displacement current")

    (Including the actual meaning of permittivity/permeability).



    (1' means a change of basis)

    Here


    where is an intial state for ctc an invariant
    is the final state
    is a perturbation (v/c is the ratio of the perturbation to the final state)

    The "Wow" of physics:

    Einstein's (and other Cosmolgists') attempts to describe the universe based on possible pimples on the surface of an incoming photon sphere.. via the Friedmann model. Well, ok, maybe without the pimples....

    (Maxwell's equations include line and volume integrals via Greens' and Stokes' theorems in their integral ("space-time") form.)

    The analysis rests on the assumption that c is a constant for the whole universe.... (rather than a measured constant on our planet at sea level at an instant of time compared to the evolution of the universe, whatever that is). (for a Complete analysis (the evolution), one has to introduce complex numbers, which I may if you ask me...
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    Default Re: Thermal physics via line-integration

    Quote Originally Posted by kg4pae View Post
    A clear scientific explanation that gets to the point would be appreciated.
    See Integrating in the energy spectrum for an explaination with audio.
    Last edited by KickLaBuka; 06-14-2016 at 02:26 AM.

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