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DSSP Topics 1999 
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gravitation, free energy, and atomic computability 
1999 
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DSSP Topics for December99 


Electron
acquires a wavelength only when it is moving. Electron transits two
slits simultaneously and forms an interference pattern on the screen
because of its wavelength [or because of whatever reason you may
think]. If the electron were stationary and the twoslit apparatus
was moving toward the electron, would we observe the interference
pattern? If not, does it prove that there is an absolute velocity
reference? [Newton is still working on that.] 



DSSP Topics for November99 






Angular
momentum is a function of the moment of inertia and the angular
velocity. When a spinning gyro has its angular momentum pointing in
the horizontal direction and is perturbed, it will start to move up.
However, this will work only for a gyro that has its spinning mass
confined to a narrow radius (and this will not work for another gyro
having the same angular momentum but uniform mass distribution). Why? 

DSSP Topics for October99 




If an electron
produces the same interference pattern as photon, and, since photon
is 100% virtual, does it mean that the electron transitions into
virtual as it transits both slits simultaneously? 



DSSP Topics for September99 


If it can be
shown that photons (light) do not have real momentum – that is,
photons cannot push objects directly – would it prove the light
to be a virtual phenomenon (with virtual/imaginary momentum)?
Further, if light is virtual, does light propagate in the virtual
medium? If so, how? 


How does an
independent variable relate to some other variable? (Is this an
oxymoron?) If a variable is a function of some other variable, what
makes one variable the independent variable and the other variable a
dependent variable? [This has nothing to do with the side of the
equation the variable is on.] 

DSSP Topics for August99 






When spinning
gyro is perturbed, new force arises that is perpendicular to the
spin. The conservation of energy holds, but how does the rotational
energy translates into linear energy?
a) Classically speaking?
b) Anywhichwayyoucan speaking? 



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DSSP Topics (Inaugural) 






Does time
arise because of a movement along a trajectory or is time the
intrinsic property of the real domain? (Classically, time is an
independent variable. Relativistic view shows time becoming a
dependent variable at speeds approaching the speed of light. There is
more to this:
an excellent exercise for the separation of dependent and independent variables.) 
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