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HenisDov
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Reflections of a commonsensible primitive mind

A. We are a group that is challenging the current paradigm in physics which is Quantum Mechanics and String Theory. There is a new Theory of Everything Breakthrough. It exposes the flaws in both Quantum Theory and String Theory. Please Help us set the physics community back on the right course and prove that Einstein was right! Visit our site The Theory of Super Relativity:
Super Relativity
http://www.superrelativity.org/

Mark Fiorentino Mar. 18, 2009


B. Reflections of a commonsensible primitive mind

http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...=0&#entry373127

I think you'll find this link of "complementary interest" to you, even if without math, and not that you need complementary ideas...

However, "my ether" is being laid with galactic-clusters expansion...


Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
Life's Manifest
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...st/112.page#578
EVOLUTION Beyond Darwin 200
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...05&#entry396201
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...0/122.page#1407
HenisDov
Gravity And The Other Forces, Commonsensible Conception


A. A note about "new Theory of Everything Breakthrough"

"We are a group that is challenging the current paradigm in physics which is Quantum Mechanics and String Theory. There is a new Theory of Everything Breakthrough. It exposes the flaws in both Quantum Theory and String Theory. Please Help us set the physics community back on the right course and prove that Einstein was right! Visit our site The Theory of Super Relativity:
Super Relativity
http://www.superrelativity.org/

Mark Fiorentino Mar. 18, 2009"


B. My note, of a commonsensible primitive mind, about the above note

I think you'll find this link of "complementary interest" to you, even if without math, and not that you need complementary ideas...

http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...=0&#entry373127

However, "my ether" is being laid by the expanding galactic-clusters...


C. Commonsensible conception of gravity

According to the standard model, which describes all the forces in nature except gravity, all elementary particles were born massless. Interactions with the proposed Higgs field would slow down some of the particles and endow them with mass. Finding the Higgs — or proving it does not exist — has therefore become one of the most important quests in particle physics.

However, for a commonsensible primitive mind with a commonsensible universe represented by
E=Total[m(1 + D)],
this conceptual equation describes gravity. It does not explain gravity. It describes it. It applies to the whole universe and to every and all specific cases, regardless of size.


D. Commonsensible conception of the forces other than gravity

The forces other than gravity are, commonsensibly, forces involved in conjunction with evolution:
http://royalsociety.org/downloaddoc.asp?id=4770

The farthest we go in reductionism in Everything, including in Life, we shall still end up with wholism, until we arrive at energy. Energy is the base element of everything and of all in the universe. At the beginning was the energy singularity, at the end will be near zero mass and an infinite dispersion of the beginning energy, and in-between, the universe undergoes continuous evolution consisting of myriad energy-to-energy and energy-to-mass-to-energy transformations.

The universe, and everything in it, are continuously evolving, and all the evolutions are intertwined.


Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
Life's Manifest
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...st/112.page#578
EVOLUTION Beyond Darwin 200
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...05&#entry396201
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...0/122.page#1407
AlphaNumeric
QUOTE (HenisDov+Mar 28 2009, 04:24 PM)
A. We are a group that is challenging the current paradigm in physics which is Quantum Mechanics and String Theory.

Then you're a group which doesn't even understand what the current state of particle physics is. String theory depends on quantum mechanics, so you cannot say they are two separate paradigms. Also, string theory is the main avenue of research into next generation physics, but the current paradigms are quantum field theory (specifically, the Standard Model) and general relativity.

If you don't even know the current state of physics I doubt your ignorant mumblings about your own amazing physics are worth listening to.
HenisDov
QUOTE
QUOTE (HenisDov @ Mar 28 2009, 04:24 PM)
A. We are a group that is challenging the current paradigm in physics which is Quantum Mechanics and String Theory. 


HenisDov ???

The whole of A is by Mark Fiorentino

Mar. 18, 2009, http://www.superrelativity.org/


DH
HenisDov
(reprint, with complemented para C)

QUOTE (HenisDov+Apr 2 2009, 05:50 AM)
Gravity And The Other Forces, Commonsensible Conception


A. A note about "new Theory of Everything Breakthrough"

"We are a group that is challenging the current paradigm in physics which is Quantum Mechanics and String Theory. There is a new Theory of Everything Breakthrough. It exposes the flaws in both Quantum Theory and String Theory. Please Help us set the physics community back on the right course and prove that Einstein was right! Visit our site The Theory of Super Relativity:
Super Relativity
http://www.superrelativity.org/

Mark Fiorentino Mar. 18, 2009"


B. My note, of a commonsensible primitive mind, about the above note

I think you'll find this link of "complementary interest" to you, even if without math, and not that you need complementary ideas...

http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...=0&#entry373127

However, "my ether" is being laid by the expanding galactic-clusters...


C. Commonsensible conception of gravity

1. According to the standard model, which describes all the forces in nature except gravity, all elementary particles were born massless.  Interactions with the proposed Higgs field would slow down some of the particles and endow them with mass. Finding the Higgs — or proving it does not exist — has therefore become one of the most important quests in particle physics.

However, for a commonsensible primitive mind with a commonsensible universe represented by
E=Total[m(1 + D)],
this conceptual equation describes gravity. It does not explain gravity. It describes it. It applies to the whole universe and to every and all specific cases, regardless of size.

2. Thus gravity is simply another face of the total cosmic energy. Thus gravity is THE cosmic parent of phenomena such as black holes and life. It is the display of THE all-pervasive-embracive strained space texture, laid down by the expanding galactic clusters, also noticed in the expanding energy backlashes into various constructs of temporary constrained energy packages.


D. Commonsensible conception of the forces other than gravity

The forces other than gravity are, commonsensibly, forces involved in conjunction with evolution:
http://royalsociety.org/downloaddoc.asp?id=4770

The farthest we go in reductionism in Everything, including in Life, we shall still end up with wholism, until we arrive at energy. Energy is the base element of everything and of all in the universe. At the beginning was the energy singularity, at the end will be near zero mass and an infinite dispersion of the beginning energy, and in-between, the universe undergoes continuous evolution consisting of myriad energy-to-energy and energy-to-mass-to-energy transformations.

The universe, and everything in it, are continuously evolving, and all the evolutions are intertwined.


Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
Life's Manifest
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...st/112.page#578
EVOLUTION Beyond Darwin 200
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...05&#entry396201
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...0/122.page#1407

(reprint, with complemented para C)
Harry Costas
G'day from the land of ozzz

Alphanumeric said

QUOTE
QUOTE (HenisDov @ Mar 28 2009, 04:24 PM)
A. We are a group that is challenging the current paradigm in physics which is Quantum Mechanics and String Theory. 


Then you're a group which doesn't even understand what the current state of particle physics is. String theory depends on quantum mechanics, so you cannot say they are two separate paradigms. Also, string theory is the main avenue of research into next generation physics, but the current paradigms are quantum field theory (specifically, the Standard Model) and general relativity.


I tend to agree with alpha to some extent.

If your ideas can be supported by science than why not.

Regardless HenisDov, I'm open to discussion and want to learn new ideas.

HenisDov

QUOTE
QUOTE (HenisDov @ Mar 28 2009, 04:24 PM)
A. We are a group that is challenging the current paradigm in physics which is Quantum Mechanics and String Theory. 


Then you're a group which doesn't even understand what the current state of particle physics is. String theory depends on quantum mechanics, so you cannot say they are two separate paradigms. Also, string theory is the main avenue of research into next generation physics, but the current paradigms are quantum field theory (specifically, the Standard Model) and general relativity. 


Again ???

This "quoted" para does NOT quote me...

Enough's enough!

DH

Harry Costas
G'day HenisDov

So! tell us more of your ideas.
HenisDov
Harry,

I concentrate my "telling ideas" in Creation / Evolution .

Except in regards to genes reproduction, to life, i.e. to reproducing temporary energy backlashes constrained energy constructs, there is no difference between living and inanimate material behaviour-evolution-fate.

Since our life-culture-cognition are strictly virtual realities I find it more interesting and challenging and diverting to "think" about evolutionary biology than about physics, i.e. about the grammer of inanimate material culture-evolution...

Best regards,

Dov
Harry Costas
G'day from the land of ozzzz

Hello HenisDov

What you say maybe fine.

How do you expalin the evolution of our Solar System?
HenisDov
QUOTE (Harry Costas+Apr 4 2009, 01:01 AM)
Hello HenisDov

How do you expalin the evolution of our Solar System?

How was the solar system built


I'm unqualified and unable to suggest-conjecture more than:

(1) Summary of present reasonable conjectures status
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg2012...stem-built.html
How was the solar system built.

(2) A bit more
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/...71030105347.htm
Work published Oct. 19, 2007, issue of Science.

Analysis Of Solar Wind Helps Illuminate How Our Solar System Evolved. Based on NASA's Genesis mission, launched in 2001, orbited the sun for more than two years, collecting samples of solar wind, crush landed in Utah in 2004.

(3) And a bit more
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/...80103182851.htm
ScienceDaily (Jan. 8, 2008)

The Stardust spacecraft’s 7-yrs mission returned to earth in January 2006 with particles that are the same material that accreted along with ice to shape comet Wild 2 about 4.57 billion years ago, when the sun and planets formed.


I'll stick to where I feel qualified and able to contribute, to evolutionary biology.

Dov Henis
Harry Costas
G'day from the land of ozzzz

Hello HenisDov, what are your ideas.

I have read those links that you gave, they are written well, but very elementary.

More in the line of journal writing.

The origin of the solar sytem has much more complexity.



HenisDov
Energetic Origin Of Mass and Gravity,Commonsensible Conception,More


QUOTE
"Extrapolation of the expansion of the universe backwards in time to the early hot dense "Big Bang" phase, using general relativity, yields an infinite density and temperature at a finite time in the past.

At age 10^-35 seconds the Universe begins with a cataclysm that generates space and time, as well as all the matter and energy the Universe will ever hold."


At D=0, E was = m and both E and m were, together, all the energy and matter the Universe will ever hold. Since the onset of the cataclysm E remains constant and m diminishes as D increases.
The increase of D is the inflation, followed by expansion, of what became the galactic clusters.

At 10^-35 seconds, D in E=Total[m(1 + D)] was already a fraction of a second above zero. This is when gravity started. This is what started gravity. At this instance starts the space texture, starts the straining of the space texture, and starts the "space texture memory", gravity, that will eventually overcome expansion and initiate re-impansion back to singularity.


Suggesting,

Dov Henis
Harry Costas
G'day Henis dov

I respect your thinking, but for one thing.

The universe is infinite in time and matter.

HenisDov
QUOTE (Harry Costas+Apr 6 2009, 08:02 AM)
G'day Henis dov

I respect your thinking, but for one thing.

The universe is infinite in time and matter.

Harry,

I respect your thinking, but for two things:

The universe is infinite in time and matter?

- For the universe there is no "time", but "distance" from origin reference point; time is a local cognizance term.

- Matter is just a form of constrained energy. This is a common ubiquituos observation.


Dov Henis
HenisDov
On Energy, Mass, Gravity, And Galaxies Clusters -
A Commonsensible Recapitulation


A. "Heavyweight galaxies in the young universe"
http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id..._young_universe
New observations of full-grown galaxies in the young universe may force astrophysicists to revise their leading theory of galaxy formation, at least as it applies to regions where galaxies congregate into clusters.


B. Some brief notes in "Light On Dark Matter?", at
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...=0&#entry373127

- "Galaxy Clusters Evolved By Dispersion, Not By Conglomeration"
- Introduction of E=Total[m(1 + D)]
- "Dark Energy And Matter And The Emperor's New Clothes"
- "Evolutionary Cosmology: Ordained Or Random"
- "“Movie” Of Microwave Pulse Transitioning From Quantum To Classical Physics"
- "Broken Symmetry" Is Physics' Term Of Biology's "Evolution"
- "A Glimpse Of Forces-Matter-Life Unified Theory"


C. Commonsensible conception of gravity

1. According to the standard model, which describes all the forces in nature except gravity, all elementary particles were born massless. Interactions with the proposed Higgs field would slow down some of the particles and endow them with mass. Finding the Higgs — or proving it does not exist — has therefore become one of the most important quests in particle physics.

However, for a commonsensible primitive mind with a commonsensible universe represented by
E=Total[m(1 + D)] , this conceptual equation describes gravity. It does not explain gravity. It describes it. It applies to the whole universe and to every and all specific cases, regardless of size.

2. Thus gravity is simply another face of the total cosmic energy. Thus gravity is THE cosmic parent of phenomena such as black holes and life. It is the display of THE all-pervasive-embracive strained space texture, laid down by the expanding galactic clusters, also noticed in the expanding energy backlashes into various constructs of temporary constrained energy packages.


3. "Extrapolation of the expansion of the universe backwards in time to the early hot dense "Big Bang" phase, using general relativity, yields an infinite density and temperature at a finite time in the past.
At age 10^-35 seconds the Universe begins with a cataclysm that generates space and time, as well as all the matter and energy the Universe will ever hold."

At D=0, E was = m and both E and m were, together, all the energy and matter the Universe will ever hold. Since the onset of the cataclysm E remains constant and m diminishes as D increases.
The increase of D is the inflation, followed by expansion, of what became the galactic clusters.

At 10^-35 seconds, D in E=Total[m(1 + D)] was already a fraction of a second above zero. This is when gravity started. This is what started gravity. At this instance starts the space texture, starts the straining of the space texture, and starts the "space texture memory", gravity, that will eventually overcome expansion and initiate re-impansion back to singularity.


D. Commonsensible conception of the forces other than gravity

The forces other than gravity are, commonsensibly, forces involved in conjunction with evolution:
http://royalsociety.org/downloaddoc.asp?id=4770

The farthest we go in reductionism in Everything, including in Life, we shall still end up with wholism, until we arrive at energy. Energy is the base element of everything and of all in the universe. At the beginning was the energy singularity, at the end will be near zero mass and an infinite dispersion of the beginning energy, and in-between, the universe undergoes continuous evolution consisting of myriad energy-to-energy and energy-to-mass-to-energy transformations.

The universe, and everything in it, are continuously evolving, and all the evolutions are intertwined.


Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
Life's Manifest
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...st/112.page#578
EVOLUTION Beyond Darwin 200
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...05&#entry396201
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...0/122.page#1407
HenisDov
On Cosmic Energy And Mass Evolutions

As mass is just another face of energy it is commonsensible to regard not only life, but mass in general, as a format of temporarily constrained energy.

It therefore ensues that whereas the expanding cosmic constructs, the galaxies clusters, are - overall - continuously converting their original pre-inflation mass back to energy, the overall evolution within them, within the clusters, is in the opposite direction, temporarily constrained energy packages are precariuosly forming and "doing best" to survive as long as "possible"...


Respectfully yours,

Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-P81pQcU1dLBbHgtjQjxG_Q--?cq=1
Life's Manifest
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...st/112.page#578
EVOLUTION Beyond Darwin 200
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...05&#entry396201
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...0/122.page#1407
HenisDov
Gravity Is THE Manifestation Of The Onset Of Cosmic Inflation Cataclysm

Again and again:

Gravity Is THE Manifestation Of The Onset Of Cosmic Inflation Cataclysm


Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
HenisDov
Gravity Limits Link Ultracold And Superhot,
Our Inability To Create Singularity


A. From "Strings Link the Ultracold with the Superhot"
http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id...th_the_Superhot
Perfect liquids suggest theory’s math mirrors something real

"When the universe was very young, and still superhot from the aftermath of the Big Bang, plasma should have been the only state of matter around. And that’s what scientists at Brookhaven expected to see when they smashed gold ions together at 99.99 percent of the speed of light using a machine called RHIC (for Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider). RHIC physicists thought the ion collisions would melt the gold’s protons and neutrons into a hot plasma of quarks and gluons at a temperature of a trillion kelvins, replicating conditions similar to those a microsecond after the birth of the universe. But instead of a gaslike plasma, the physicists reported in 2005, RHIC served up a hot quark soup, behaving more like a liquid than a plasma or gas."


B. The expectation of Brookhaven scientists was a bit unrealistic

The "aftermath of the Big Bang" lasted much less than 10^-35 seconds. This is evidenced by the fact that "Gravity Is THE Manifestation Of The Onset Of Cosmic Inflation Cataclysm" :

http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...t/184.page#1950
and
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...t/184.page#1982

With all respect due to the scientists at Brookhaven it is very difficult to expect that they can recreate the state of pre big-bang energy-mass singularity.

Commonsense is still the best scientific approach.


Respectfully suggesting,

Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
EVOLUTION Beyond Darwin 200
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...05&#entry396201
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...0/122.page#1407
uaafanblog
Nachos can be a delicious treat at any time of year but I especially love them during winter or at hockey games. The creamy delectable cheese combined with the crunchy salty tortilla chips is a taste sensation that always satisfies. I'd recommend going with the "grande" version whenever you want something more substantial than just a snack.

All Hail Nachos!
HenisDov
A commonsensible PS To
Gravity Limits Link Ultracold And Superhot,
Our Inability To Create Singularity



A. From "Strings Link the Ultracold with the Superhot"
http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id...th_the_Superhot

A new truth always has to contend with many difficulties,” the German physicist Max Planck said decades ago. “If it were not so, it would have been discovered much sooner.”


B. IMO gravity is attempted reversal of inflation

To me, a simple uninformed one, E=mc^2 is a derived formula, whereas E=Total[m(1 + D)] is a commonsensical descriptive concept.

I intuitively regard both the ultracold and superhot liquids as being in a confined space and "striving but unable" to overcome D, to render D=0.

I also intuitively regard accelerated collisions smashups as attempted "reverse inflations" in the sense that Newton's law of universal gravitation seems to me as "reverse inflation".


Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)
Grumpy
uaafanblog

Jalapenos!!! I want Jalapenos on mine!!!

Grumpy tongue.gif
uaafanblog
Grumpy,

That's the beauty of Nachos. You can put just about anything you'd like on them. They truly may be the "food of the future".

Did you know they're a near perfect zero-gravity food as well?
Grumpy
uaafanblog

Wouldn't you have to melt the cheese in a cenerfuge??? Just a little engineering problem, no big.

Grumpy cool.gif
uaafanblog
QUOTE (Grumpy+Apr 21 2009, 12:17 AM)
uaafanblog

Wouldn't you have to melt the cheese in a cenerfuge??? Just a little engineering problem, no big.

Grumpy cool.gif

I'm a pasteurized processed cheese sauce guy ... nuke it in it's pouch ... tear corner and squeeze onto chips ... it's stickiness makes it adhere easily and it's viscosity should give it a nice high surface tension.

Of course the floating cheese-covered chips could be a problem.

I remember when I was a kid and they sold these cylindrical/tube shaped processed food product thingys that they said the Astronauts ate. I had to have 'em. I don't remember ever asking my mum to buy another box. So I know Nachos are better!
Grumpy
uaafanblog

I know, how about a device that extrudes a chip, one at a time(flash cooked , fresh and hot), and applies the toppings in the desired ratio??? You could even mount the head inside a helmet of a space suit, triggered by your tongue, though the steam from all that crunchy goodness might cause some visor fogging.

Grumpy cool.gif
HenisDov
Some f--ts do not dissipate, they hop in and just linger around...

DH
Grumpy
HenisDov

QUOTE
Some f--ts do not dissipate, they hop in and just linger around...


Yeah, I get some like that if I have too much refrieds on my nachos too.

Grumpy laugh.gif
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