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Title: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Theoretical Research on April 18, 2015, 09:06:46 PM
Hi. Since I'm fascinated with the idea of over unity and tend to be open minded, I thought to look for friends here who are interested in mathematical theories and experiments to help your theory. I tried posting on science forums, but they're filled with very aggressive closed minded people.

To give you an idea of the type of theories I'm interested in, here are a few things I've completed:

I've shown mathematically that mass inertia is caused by the same thing that causes electrical induction, which is near field transverse electromagnetism.

I've shown mathematically that photon momentum is a secondary effect caused by transverse electromagnetism.

I've shown mathematically that the de Broglie wavelength can be derived from the electron compton wavelength and it's velocity.

Right now I've almost finished an experiment I've dreamt of for a decade. To see and analyze the single photon at radio wavelengths.

By means of macro scale experiments I've created some equations, one of which appears to show that mass itself is made of charge.

If you know of any open minded theoretical physicist, then please by all means let me know. My main interest is in a grand unified theory.

Regards,
Paul
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Brian516 on April 19, 2015, 07:32:16 AM
Interesting.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: profitis on April 19, 2015, 09:24:12 AM
Quote Mr research''ive shown mathematically that mass inertia is caused by the same thing that causes electrical induction, which is near field transverse electromagnetism.

I've shown mathematically that photon momentum is a secondary effect caused by transverse electromagnetism.'

This will probably be of great interest to mr theoria-apophasis from the magnetic vortexual thread in this section sir.







Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Newton II on April 19, 2015, 09:29:05 AM

The most basic theory is " all the trouble for nothing"!   Because this universe is not real!
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: CANGAS on April 19, 2015, 12:21:50 PM
Hi. Since I'm fascinated with the idea of over unity and tend to be open minded, I thought to look for friends here who are interested in mathematical theories and experiments to help your theory. I tried posting on science forums, but they're filled with very aggressive closed minded people.

To give you an idea of the type of theories I'm interested in, here are a few things I've completed:

I've shown mathematically that mass inertia is caused by the same thing that causes electrical induction, which is near field transverse electromagnetism.

I've shown mathematically that photon momentum is a secondary effect caused by transverse electromagnetism.

I've shown mathematically that the de Broglie wavelength can be derived from the electron compton wavelength and it's velocity.

Right now I've almost finished an experiment I've dreamt of for a decade. To see and analyze the single photon at radio wavelengths.

By means of macro scale experiments I've created some equations, one of which appears to show that mass itself is made of charge.

If you know of any open minded theoretical physicist, then please by all means let me know. My main interest is in a grand unified theory.

Regards,
Paul


Well, Paul, just about everything on your list was theorized and published by big-name physicists during the late 1800s. 

Uhhhh, are you aware of this?


CANGAS 159
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Theoretical Research on April 19, 2015, 04:00:18 PM

Well, Paul, just about everything on your list was theorized and published by big-name physicists during the late 1800s. 

Uhhhh, are you aware of this?


CANGAS 159

No I'm not aware of this. Which ones were theorized? Did they eventually prove their theories mathematically? What I did was prove it mathematically. I use the term "prove" loosely since I believe all theories are eventually shown to have some errors.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Theoretical Research on April 19, 2015, 04:05:18 PM
The most basic theory is " all the trouble for nothing"!   Because this universe is not real!

I believe it. Academic scientists now know nearly all "constants" are not really constants. And in fact even the all mighty speed of light constant is getting hit pretty hard in amongst the academic world as they await for further data that shows the speed of light has changed. Reality is starting to resemble a slow changing dream world. :/
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Brian516 on April 19, 2015, 04:10:27 PM
these forums are nearly worthless anymore.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Brian516 on April 19, 2015, 04:15:08 PM
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Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Theoretical Research on April 19, 2015, 04:29:50 PM
Now what you should do is attempt to disprove those theories, and if you cannot fully disprove one of them there is a possibility that it is indeed correct.
Haha now that's deep. I'll have to think about that one some more.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Theoretical Research on April 19, 2015, 04:58:23 PM
Quote Mr research''ive shown mathematically that mass inertia is caused by the same thing that causes electrical induction, which is near field transverse electromagnetism.

I've shown mathematically that photon momentum is a secondary effect caused by transverse electromagnetism.'

This will probably be of great interest to mr theoria-apophasis from the magnetic vortexual thread in this section sir.
Thanks! I'll try to contact him.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Theoretical Research on April 19, 2015, 05:54:53 PM

Well, Paul, just about everything on your list was theorized and published by big-name physicists during the late 1800s. 

Uhhhh, are you aware of this?


CANGAS 159

I think you were referring to mass inertia in my list. Is that the one you're talking about it or are there others? A few months ago I became aware of electromagnetic mass:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_mass

For the most part they're referring to the theory that mass can be accounted for by the particles electromagnetic field energy. I wrote some c code that shows the classical electrons electric and magnetic field energy come to E = m*c^2, but what I am referring to as mass inertia is the inertia force that mass objects experience when accelerated/decelerated. So I took a macro scale wire where the current is changing, used the well known induction equation, scaled it down to an electron, and after doing a lot of painful math, presto, the resulting force came to mass inertia, F = m*a. I've never seen anyone derive mass inertia from the cause of induction, electromagnetism. There was a guy, Friedrich Hasenöhrl, who had a somewhat similar theory, albeit nothing to do with induction. His theory was regarding the far field radiation, which is different than my theory and math.

As far as the the work done by physicists in the early 1900's regarding to equating the particles electromagnetism to E = m*c^2, their equations failed miserably until Quantum Mechanics was well established. They finally figured how to do it with classical equations. Does that mean it's true for all particles such as neutrons? Maybe. That's a tough one. I ran into problems when taking it that far. In the end my equations showed that it's charge that determines mass, but I feel it could be taken another step further. Note that the standard model believes that even the neutron is made of charged particles. The latest theory is that the neutrons outer sphere is negatively charge. Anyhow, this is not what I was talking about in terms of mass inertia. There's mass *inertia*, which is a force. And there's inertia *mass*, which is regarding the attempt at equating electromagnetic energy to m*c^2.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: TinselKoala on April 19, 2015, 06:54:34 PM
Oh, yes. Let's TR and TA fight it out. This will  indeed be fun to watch.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: Theoretical Research on April 19, 2015, 07:01:45 PM
Oh, yes. Let's TR and TA fight it out. This will  indeed be fun to watch.
What does TR and TA mean? Why do you want fighting?
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: TinselKoala on April 20, 2015, 08:33:21 AM
What does TR and TA mean? Why do you want fighting?
You are TR and TA is Theoria Apophasis (and I am TK but I am not Tariel Kapanadze who is also TK). I see you have already found his thread, and you probably understand by now what I meant by "fighting" and how amusing it is to watch.
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: d3x0r on August 16, 2016, 06:47:16 PM

Hello!
(It's pronounced Decker; L33t doesn't change the pronunciation ju57 7h3 5p3ll1n6 )




So you've seen the Primer Fields videos?
and understand gyroscopes ?  https://youtu.be/g60ZCcquCl8?t=7m1s (https://youtu.be/g60ZCcquCl8?t=7m1s) 
Title: Re: Seeking open-minded theoretical physicists
Post by: conradelektro on August 17, 2016, 01:52:10 PM
No I'm not aware of this. Which ones were theorized? Did they eventually prove their theories mathematically? What I did was prove it mathematically. I use the term "prove" loosely since I believe all theories are eventually shown to have some errors.

Your ideas are very old and have been regurgitated many times:

http://www.plasmacosmology.net/history.html

https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/

http://motherboard.vice.com/read/electric-universe-theory-thunderbolts-project-wallace-thornhill

http://www.everythingiselectric.com/electric-universe-theory/what-is-the-electric-universe-theory.html

Greetings, Conrad