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DSSP Archive 2002


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2002 Topics for the month of:

December Draw your own star in the heavens

November From black hole to conspiracy

October Electron absolute reference

September Chaos Workout

August Photon sparks

July Electrons for Newton

June Saturn is gas

May Earth isn't missing

April Pluto's cool

March Antiatom fantasy

February Hydrogen pop

January Royal split

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DSSP Topics for December '02
Draw Your Own Star In The Heavens

  • Venus-Earth orbital interlock produces a merged planet that draws a five-pointed star in the solar plane (more here .. ). Two planets' orbits, one in the inner (closer to sun) orbit and one in outer orbit must be in some fixed ratio to each other if a star is to be drawn. What other star topologies can be drawn with planetary interlock?

    • Two-pointed star (lentil shape) if the inner planet catches with the outer planet in 1.5 outer planet years (ratio 3/2). This is the Neptune-Pluto case

    • Three-pointed star forms if the inner planet catches with the outer planet in 1.67 outer planet years. [Irrational number]

    • Four-pointed star forms if inner planet planet catches with outer planet in 1.75 outer planet years

    • Five-pointed star forms if inner planet planet catches with outer planet in 1.8 outer planet years

    • Another five-pointed star forms if inner planet planet (Venus) catches with outer planet (Earth) in 1.6 outer planet (earth) years. (Some odd-pointed stars can have more than one solution by skipping points as points are drawn. Venus-Earth order is 1-4-3-5-2-1 and looks like a pentagram). Note that all odd pointed stars have more than one solution

    • Six-pointed star forms if inner planet planet catches with the outer planet in 1.83 outer planet years. [Irrational number]

    • Seven-pointed star forms if inner planet planet catches with the outer planet in 1.857 outer planet (earth) years. [Irrational number]

    Just because the orbital inerlock ratio is irrational does not prevent it from becoming real. See Living with Numbers

DSSP Topics for November '02
From Black Holes to Conspiracy

  • Black hole is effectively a dead-end because, according to the theory, not even light can escape from the black hole. Black holes are supposed to be full of infinite amount of matter. So,

    • Universe in time disappears forever into the nearest black hole(s)

    • Black holes unexpectedly explode, destroy the present universe but another, larger universe eventually evolves until the next bang [new, Machine-bang theory]

    • Black holes slowly vaporize and the universe is saved for now. Because the virtual component is the one that escapes, black holes turn into ether

    • Black hole theory is for guys who cannot think for themselves. One cannot get anywhere from there just like one cannot get anywhere from here

    • Black holes do not form because antimatter appears when matter is compressed. Matter is annihilated in the framework of the energy conservation (E=2mc2) as matter turns into radiation

    • Dead-head conspiracy. Fully pledged members get a free miniature black hole implant

DSSP Topics for October '02
Electron Absolute Reference

  • Electron produces electromagnetic field only when it is moving. (Moving electron produces EM field while accelerating electron radiates EM waves.) For a stationary electron, explain what moving observer sees or believes:

    • Because all motion is relative, an observer passing by a stationary electron measures electromagnetic field.

    • Observer cannot measure electromagnetic field if it is not produced or radiated by the electron. Stationary electron radiates no field and no observer, moving or stationary, can measure electromagnetic field from a stationary electron. (Absolute reference exists for a good reason.)

    • Call comics book publisher about this great idea of a guy who dissolves electrons for breakfast, fixes electron clouds for lunch, and creates electron 3D patterns for fun. MIT professors will catch on after that.

  • Electron wavefunction allows the electron to spread in space and form different shapes from its interaction with another charge(s). Explain why atomic electron does not radiate.

    • Wave-particle duality is mutually exclusive. Electron's charge is actually spread according to the wavefunction. Any radially symmetrical movement of the charge cloud does not move the charge as a whole and that is why atomic electron does not radiate. Electron cloud charge collapses in an eigenstate when/if the wavefunction collapses.

    • Wave-particle duality is mutually inclusive and the electron is a point mass that does not spread or disappear. The wavefunction is the probability of the particle appearance and the particle just jumps there when/if the wavefunction collapses. When observing the atomic electron as a wave the electron behaves as a wave and we ignore the fact that the electron does not radiate.

    • Nothing is spreading. Electron is a point. Wavefunction is abstract. We just define orbiting electrons as not radiating -- simpler to do than explaining it.

DSSP Topics for September '02
Chaos Workout

  • Three-body gravitational system is, in general, chaotic. The mathematical description of the chaotic movement:

    • Follows a complicated equation that results in loopy path.

    • There is no equation and there can never be an equation that describes chaotic movement. Chaotic path is calculated only approximately -- one point at a time. The deviation from the actual can only get worse -- regardless of computing precision.

    • Of course there is an equation describing chaotic interaction but it has not been discovered yet.

    • Damn the equation. Just say the N-body problem has been solved. Say something about the rounding error and give it a fancy name -- like the butterfly effect. If that does not work, well, we'll just have to get a weatherman who can tell jokes.

    • Perhaps the body sizes and distances can be worked so that chaos does not happen in the first place.

DSSP Topics for August '02
Photon Sparks

  • The fundamental aspect of interferometry is that photons (light) arrive at half-silvered mirror and are split, say, 50-50. Each half is going in a different direction and each half can also be redirected with mirrors. When both halves are brought together the phase difference tells us the difference in the length of the path both halves traveled. Therefore,

    • Each photon coherently (synchronously) splits up into two halves because that is the only way to determine the phase difference at re-joining. Each half takes separate path.

    • Photons cannot be split (they are real) and so each photon waits for another photon before each go their separate ways but they leave at the same time thus being coherent.

    • Each photon coherently parts into two branches forming an interconnected pair. (Photon is virtual and does not split into two pieces.)

    • Photons are flexible and they do what government wants.

  • You place a photon detector in one branch of the interferometer and send a single photon into the interferometer. If you get 'no-photon' reading, this means that

    • Something is wrong with your instrument.

    • Photon is stuck at the mirror waiting for the next photon to sync up with.

    • Photon is no longer parted and is moving as a whole in the other branch.

    • Photon happened to be moving in the other branch in the first place because it has 50% chance of being reflected there. [Forgot about coherence already?]

    • You endow photon with real momentum and bamboozle NASA.

DSSP Topics for July '02
Electrons For Newton

  • Electron is irreducible because it cannot be broken up or broken down or because it does not break out into other particles. Therefore,

    • Electron is the toughest piece of hard ball there is.

    • Electron is the toughest piece of rubber there is because electron flattens out and then comes back together.

    • Electron computationally interacts with its environment and its shape can be just about anything.

    • Did not use big enough hammer.

    • The only way of destroying electon is with positron (antielectron).

  • Electron acquires a wavelength when moving. This means that if the electron is stationary and the observer is moving then the electron has no wavelength. This does not sit well with the relativistic notion that motion is relative, and,

    • On the atomic level anything is possible and I'll wait for government scientist to explain this.

    • Equation that links wavelength to electron speed is wrong.

    • Concept of absolute rest is valid [Newton's perking up].

    • Absolute velocity is reflected in electron's wavelength [Newton is smiling].

    • This is too spooky for me.

DSSP Topics for June '02
Saturn Is Gas

  • Saturn is a planet because

    • Saturn contributes to Oss (our solar system) primary momentum with its angular velocity.

    • Saturn contributes to Oss secondary momentum with its moons and ring.

    • Planets make for good fairy tales.

    • Dual-sun system and sun-planet system belong to the same computable hyperstate.

  • Saturn is not a planet because

    • Saturn is mostly gas and likely was the second sun early on.

    • Saturn was the second sun and was unfairly degraded to a planet.

    • Saturn radiates more energy than it receives from the sun.

    • Saturn wants to be sun again.

    • Saturn is about satan and lucifer and these are things that are not so hot.

DSSP Topics for May '02
Earth Isn't Missing

  • Venus is a planet because

    • Venus is a significant contributor to Oss primary momentum.

    • Venus can flip around and contribute to the stability of Oss speed.

  • Venus is not a planet because

    • Venus is the only body that counter-rotates.

    • Venus has no moon or has lost its (her) moon.

    • Maya astronomers say Venus is about good and bad omens and the best thing one could make of it was to go to war or perform human sacrifices.

      Credit: www.jaguar-sun.com Credit: www.Civilization.ca

  • Venus and earth should be considered together because

    • Venus does not have independent orbit and Venus orbit is interlocked in a ratio with earth's orbit. Venus-earth combo, then, should be considered a planet cluster or planet groupie. (Venus catches up with earth every 1.6 years. Every eight years Venus catches up with earth in the same spot.)

    • Venus-earth is in effect a single planet in one highly elliptical orbit (that rotates in a solar plane and repeats every eight years).

    • Venus-earth is in effect a single planet in one circular (normalized) orbit where planetary mass varies in size (to account for circular orbit). Venus or earth is, therefore, "missing."

    • Venus orbital interlock with earth yields a different computable state — that is, hyperstate 3,0,0 differs from other planets' two-body hyperstate.

DSSP Topics for April '02
Pluto's Cool

  • Pluto is a planet because

    • Pluto contributes to Oss primary momentum to greater extent than all of the three inner planets combined [to get actual numbers, multiply inertia by angular velocity and adjust for inclination]

    • Pluto has a moon, which contributes to Oss secondary momentum

    • Pluto orbits sun rather than being a stationary component of a ring

    • Pluto forms a two-body subsystem with sun and belongs to a particular hyperstate

  • Some people think Pluto is not a planet because they

    • Do not know what planet's role is and arguments about definition are easy

    • Have an agenda of power and think they have the power of agenda

    • Are under pressure to explain things and that's the best they can do

    • Remember the fun we all had when we talked about angels dancing on a head of the pin

DSSP Topics for March '02
Antiatom Fantasy

  • Matter-antimatter annihilation results in photonic energy that is twice the real matter's energy. Where did the antimatter come from? (Another way of asking this question is why is Einstein's mass-energy equation incomplete?)

  • Electron's antiparticle is a positron. Why do electron and positron annihilate if they are both real, especially if real things are supposed to be exclusive? (Another way of asking this question is why positron is not a fermion?)

  • Superficially, positron and antiproton are identical to electron and proton except that the charge is reversed. The antiatom:

    • Cannot form because positron and antiproton annihilate

    • Cannot form because positron and antiproton pass through each other as they do not have exclusive properties (they are not fermions)

    • Can form as long as somebody keeps paying for it

DSSP Topics for February '02
Hydrogen Pop

  • If the Oss (our solar system) is moving too fast it begins to brake (decelerate) and one way of doing it is to decrease sun's mass. If the realization (appearance) of hydrogen inside the sun slows down, would this lower sun's temperature? Is it possible for the situation to reverse and the correcting mechanism would make the sun larger and therefore hotter?

  • If the Oss is moving too fast it begins to brake and one way of doing it is to increase its primary angular momentum thus decreasing its linear momentum. Will this mechanism:

    • Spin off another planet? [Think if secondary momentum is required for this]

    • Spin off a ring?

    • All planetary orbits increase somewhat? If not why not? [Think Kepler and Pythagoras Do, Re, Mi..]

    • Venus, if it were not counter-rotating, flips in a roundabout way and subtracts its own (albeit small) spin from primary momentum thus decreasing primary linear momentum? If so, would Venus' flipping propensity be due to the fact that Venus has no moon? [Think change in secondary momentum, if any] Is it too much of a stretch to say that earth's magnetic field is fixed due to its solar interaction and if earth's axis of rotation were to flip the magnetic field would stay the same and the field would flip relative to earth's spin?

    • Solar furnace fluctuations are not due to hydrogen precipitation inside the sun or, for that matter, inside any massive body

DSSP Topics for January '02
Royal Split

  • If sun is mostly hydrogen and helium then the increase in sun's spin would likely produce

    • Two suns of about the same size -- that is, dual suns

    • Two suns of unequal size -- that is, sun and near-sun such as Jupiter

    • Initially about the same size and then the second (smaller) sun atrophies

  • If sun contains heavier elements in addition to gas, the increase in sun's spin would likely produce

    • Two suns of about the same size -- that is, dual suns

    • Sun and a planet where the planet consists of accumulated heavier elements and is therefore "hard" rather than gaseous

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