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The World Public Library Physics Collection contains 263 conversations regarding the nature of physics.

 
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Electron in Free Space

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Excerpt: Charge Density Function. The radius of an electron orbitsphere increases with the absorption of electromagnetic energy [1]. With the absorption of a photon of energy exactly equal to the ionization energy, the electron is at rest; the de Broglie wavelength, = h / p, is infinite, and the electron is infinitely large. Upon ionization, the radius of the spherical shell, orbitsphere, goes to infinity as is the case with a spherical wavefront of light emitted from a ...

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Derivation of Electron Scattering by Helium

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Excerpt: Classical Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation. Light is an electromagnetic disturbance which is propagated by vector wave equations which are readily derived from Maxwell's equations. The Helmholtz wave equation results from Maxwell's equations. The Helmholtz equation is linear; thus, superposition of solutions is allowed. Huygens? principle is that a point source of light will give rise to a spherical wave emanating equally in all directions. Superposition ...

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Molecular Coulomb Field Collapseblack Light Process

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Excerpt: Below ?Ground? State Transitions of Hydrogen-Type Molecules and Molecular Ions. Excited states of orbitspheres are discussed in the Excited States of the One Electron Atom (Quantization) Section. In the case of ellipsoidal M. O.s, excited electronic states are created when photons of discrete frequencies are trapped in the ellipsoidal resonator cavity of the M. O. The photon changes the effective charge at the M. O. surface where the central field is ellipsoidal...

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Relativity Basis of a Theory of Relativity 1

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Excerpt: To describe any phenomenon such as the motion of a body or the propagation of light, a definite frame of reference is required. A frame restricts the maximum consisting of a defined origin and three axes equipped with graduated rules and clocks. Bodies in motion then have definite positions and definite motions with respect to the base. The motion of planets is commonly described in the heliocentric system. The origin is defined as the mass center, and the three...

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Possibility of a Negative Electron Gravitational Mass General Cons...

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Excerpt: The provision of the equivalence of inertial and gravitational mass by the Mills theory of fundamental particles wherein spacetime is Riemannian due to its relativistic correction with particle production permits the correct derivation of the General Theory. In the case of ordinary matter (an example of an extraordinary state of matter called a hyperbolic electron is given infra), the nature of chemical bonding is electric and magnetic, and the angular momentum ...

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Three Lepton Particles Can Beformed from Photons Corresponding to ...

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Excerpt: Leptons: Only three lepton particles can be formed from photons corresponding to the Planck equation energy, the potential energy, and the magnetic energy, where each is equal to the mass energy (Eq. (23.27). As opposed to a continuum of energies, leptons arise from photons of only three energies. Each ?resonant photon can be considered to be the superposition of two photons- each possessing the energy given by Planck's equation, Eq. (23.28) which is equal to th...

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The Hydrogen Atom Revisited

By: Dr. Randell L. Mills

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Abstract: Several myths about quantum mechanics exist due to a loss of awareness of its details since its inception in the beginning of the last century or based on recent experimental evidence. It is taught in textbooks that atomic hydrogen cannot go below the ground state. Atomic hydrogen having an experimental ground state of 13.6 eV can only exist in a vacuum or in isolation, and atomic hydrogen cannot go below this ground state in isolation. However, there is no kno...

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Prospect Quarks to Cosmos to Consciousness

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Excerpt: The Nature of Consciousness. Consciousness arises from a ?negative? entropy state of a being at the expense of its surroundings wherein the being increases the spontaneous decay rate of the surroundings. The relationship between the energy decay rate according to Maxwell's Equations, spacetime expansion due to energy decay with the rate given by General Relativity, entropy due to spacetime expansion, and the imaginary nature of coordinate time due to spacetime e...

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A High Level Block Diagram Illustrating an Embodiment of the Prese...

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Excerpt: FIGURE 2 is a detailed block diagram illustrating an Input Layer, an Association Layer, and a memory layer of the embodiment of FIGURE ...

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Spectral Data of Hydrinos from the Dark Interstellar Medium and Sp...

By: Dr. Randell L. Mills

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Excerpt: The detection of atomic hydrogen in fractional quantum energy levels below the traditional ?ground? state - hydrinos - is reported by the assignment of soft x?ray emissions from the interstellar medium, the Sun, and stellar flares, and by assignment of certain lines obtained by the far-infrared absolute spectrometer (FIRAS) on the Cosmic Background Explorer. The detection of a new molecular species - the diatomic hydrino molecule - is reported by the assignment ...

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The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Quantum Mechanics

By: Dr. Randell L. Mills

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The Phenomenon of Science a Cybernetic Approach to Human Evolution

By: Valentin F. Turchin

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The Radar Game

By: Rebecca Grant

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Excerpt: Precision weapons and rapid targeting information mean little if aircraft are unable to survive engagements with enemy air defenses. In addition to costing the lives of pilots, high levels of attrition can ultimately affect the outcome of the theater campaign. One of the most critical factors in determining the success of an air operation is survivability. In the last several decades, the term survivability has been associated with analysis of how low observable...

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Theoretical Geomechanics

By: Marian Ivan

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Introduction: These course notes present some theoretical problems related to the Mechanics of a Continuum Solid Body, of particular importance to Applied Geomechanics, Geological Engineering and Structural Geology. In most cases, only static aspects are discussed, but some dynamic cases are also presented ...

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A Basic Elements

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Excerpt: Consider an arbitrary material point inside a continuum body, subject to a deformation process. At the initial time t0, that point has the position vector denoted by X -, with respect to the origin of a co-ordinate system (Fig.A1). At a time tòt0, the new position vector is to be x - . The difference x X - represents the displacement vector. Taking into account that the components ( ) x x x 1 2 3, of the vector x - are all functions of the components ( ) X X X 1...

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Deformation of a Cylindrical Body in the Presence of Gravity

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Excerpt: B.1) The model. An elastic homogeneous isotropic body is considered (Fig.B1). Its initial shape is a right, vertical, very thin cylinder of radius equal to r and height equal to H. The base of the body is placed on the horizontal, absolutely rigid, planex1Ox2. The deformation of the body due to its own weight follows to be studied and the final shape of the body into the final equilibrium state will be found. The approximations of the linear theory are assumed a...

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Levy's Problem : The Triangular Dam and the Saint-Venant S Equations

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Excerpt: C.2) The model. Simplifying hypothesis. The planar deformation state. A horizontal dam of infinite length is considered. The cross-section is represented by a rectangular triangle OAB (Fig.C1). The length of the base is AB=l and the height is OA=h. On OA catheter is acting the hydrostatic pressure of a liquid (water) having the specific weight equal to ?. As a result, the dam is deformed. The dam is represented by an elastic homogeneous, isotropic material. Its ...

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Kirsch's Problem : The Circular Bore Hole Tunnel and the Model

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Excerpt: It is assumed that the whole 3-dimensional space is represented by an elastic, homogeneous, isotropic medium, having the elastic constants denoted by E and ?, respectively ? and ?. A co-ordinate system having the third axis positive upward will be used. The initial state of stress is represented by the homogeneous tensor 0 å, corresponding to a planar state of deformation, i.e.

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Boussinesq's Problem : The Concentrated Force Acting on the Elasti...

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Excerpt: It follows to obtain the partial derivative equations for the stress tensor å in the particular case of an elastic, homogeneous, isotropic media. In the beginning, the next symmetric tensor is evaluated ...

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Elements of Thin Plates Theory and the Model of a Thin Elastic Pla...

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Excerpt: The thin plane plate is a cylindrical body having an arbitrary horizontal cross section in the initially non-deformed state. Its height, denoted by H = 2h, is much smaller than the other dimensions (usually, around 7-10 times). The material of the plate is an elastic, homogenous, isotropic one, having the constants denoted by E and ?, respectively ? and ?. The third axis of the co-ordinate system, denoted by Oz, is a vertical one, positive downward. Let bex1=x,x...

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