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kokomoj0

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« on: May 02, 2007, 01:47:55 PM »
Torsion:
The tempic field force, a linear distance force. 

Transferred through the magnetic field of the Proton when it has field connection with the Electron shell   

Originates in the Neutron as the diamagnetic field having dual spin in a balanced state but always in motion

A dual torsion state is stored inside the Neutron and reflects the Zero Point energy state of the atom

Both Electron shell and Proton shell operate to alter this state, both in motion and interacting.

The torsion fields balance can be felt using hands or third eye center, but no scopes or meters have been found to detect it.

It has been referred to as the longitudinal wave, because this is how it propagates.

Electric:
Transferred through the Electron in motion

Set into motion by the diamagnetic fields torsion, if in the off balanced state, through the Protons and Neutrons interaction.

It propagates along the spin of a magnetic field moving in circles as in a

It thus apears as a sine wave along a linear antenna at 90 degrees to the wave motion [tempic field]

Magnetic:
Transferred through the Electron shells magnetic poles

Tilted by the torsion of the diamagnetic field balance, transferred through the Proton shell

More here:
http://magnetism.otc.co.nz/Electronics.htm


The Measurement of e/M by Cyclotron Resonance
    H. Sommer, H. A. Thomas, and J. A. Hipple
    National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C.
Received 8 January 1951
The cyclotron resonance frequency of the proton has been measured using a new method. By measuring the spin precessional frequency of the proton in the same magnetic field, the proton magnetic moment in nuclear magnetons has been determined as μp=2.79276?0.00006. In combination with other data this result can be used directly to determine the charge-to-mass ratio of the proton e/Mp=9579.42?0.3 emu/g, the faraday F=9652.03?0.3 emu/g (physical scale), and the ratio of the proton mass to the electron mass Mp/me=1836.12?0.05. A preliminary value for the H2-D doublet is given.    ?1951 The American Physical Society

accessibleby upcoming micro-cantilever or torsion oscillator experiments
Stanford-ITP-03-17  (Dated: May18, 2006)
http://www.arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/0306168

Oberlin College  Department of Physics and Astronomy
http://www.oberlin.edu/physics/catalog/demolist.htm

interaction between a quantum ensemble with transition moments and a mechanical oscillator with an electromagnetically polarized moving part.
http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6841995-description.html

The Cambridge Handbook of Physics Formulas
http://radio.astro.gla.ac.uk/hbhome.html

Index to Physics Notebooks
http://www.mip.berkeley.edu/physics/noteindex.html

1999 PRD Determination of the Newtonian gravitational constant G with a nonlinear fitting method-1.txt
http://ggg.hust.edu.cn/publication/1999/1999%20PRD%20Determination%20of%20the%20Newtonian%20gravitational%20constant%20G%20with%20a%20nonlinear%20fitting%20method.pdf



If you guys feel any of this stuff does not apply let me know and i will edit it out, thought this might be a handy reference for everyone

So if you have references or data POST IT!

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