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Schwarze Sonne - black sun, Nazi Occult symbol - Prob nothing related and slightly off topic however, i can see the GK logo in this symbol...coincidence???

i can see the k but not the g.

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damn, I was just about to post something abut noticing the fibionacci sequence on the back of the chalkboard in kino, went onto google for a a few things to tie it in with the golden ratio on the front of the board, and I find this! I'm glad I did though [brains] to you for getting this much stuff together about it!

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Name:Ununquadium Symbol:Uuq


Type:Other Metal (presumed) Atomic weight:289

Density @ 293 K:g/cm3 Atomic volume:cm3/mol


Ununquadium was first made by research scientists at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia in 1998. Scientists bombarded a plutonium target with calcium ions. Ununquadium (Uuq) is a temporary element name until it is given an official name by The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC). As a result of its position in the periodic table ununquadium might have been expected to be classed as one of the "other metals", with properties similar to lead. Too little of the element has been synthesized for its properties to be certain. With a [Rn] 5f14 6d10 7s2 7p2 configuration chemists wondered how the filled 7p1/2 subshell might influence the chemical properties of ununquadium. Significant spin-orbit splitting between the spherical 7p1/2 and distorted 7p3/2 orbitals meant estimates ranged from a noble gas-like behavior to a lead-like behavior. Initial results indicate ununquadium may exhibit noble gas-like behaviour.

Just adding this in.

Can't believe I'm still finding new stuff from Der Riese. (I think).

Schwarze Sonne - black sun, Nazi Occult symbol - Prob nothing related and slightly off topic however, i can see the GK logo in this symbol...coincidence???

i can see the k but not the g.


Can you see it now?

Regards Alpha.

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Hendrik Antoon Lorentz

He was a Dutch physicist who shared the 1902 Nobel Prize in Physics with Pieter Zeeman for the discovery and theoretical explanation of the Zeeman Effect. He also derived the transformation equations subsequently used by Albert Einstein to describe space and time.


M.E L could stand for – Momentum. Energy Lorentz - The words next it seem to read ‘ Marcus? … The Project… E… Malfunction?

Actually, the 'Bell' could potentially be something even more spectacular. "Marckus," an eminent scientist in one of Britain's best-known universities (Cook refrains from using this person's real name), who had become Cook's unofficial technical adviser, had an insight. Cook wrote - from - http://biogenesislab.blogspot.co.uk/2008/04/die-glocke-1945.html

'Dan Marckus'

Dr. Marckus claimed that The Bell was a torsion field generator and that the SS scientists were attempting to build some sort of time machine with it.

In relation Lorentz and Time Travel, they seem interlinked.

There is a possible alternative to Mel, which is infact it is PCGF2. In the simplest way possible, it involves cloning, as links to cancer, and mice... but it seems unlikely to link to this.

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During the first twenty years in Leiden, Lorentz was primarily interested in the theory of electromagnetism to explain the relationship of electricity, magnetism, and light. After that, he extended his research to a much wider area while still focusing on theoretical physics. From his publications, it appears that Lorentz made contributions to mechanics, thermodynamics, hydrodynamics, kinetic theories, solid state theory, light, and propagation

Lorentz Transformation – Aether Theory –

This is basically the theory that undetectable Aether is assumed and the relativity principle holds. The theory was quickly replaced by special relativity, which gave similar formulas without the existence of an unobservable aether. All inertial frames are physically equivalent, in both theories. More precisely, provided that no phenomenon violates the principle of relativity of motion, there is no means to measure the velocity of an inertial observer with regard to a possible medium of propagation of quantum waves.

There seems to be a lot of similarities between Einstein and Lorentz, in fact both seem to conflict with each other. Although Einstein reversed Lorentz theory in many ways.

This theory could be the explanation behind Die Glocke, and the Aether. Furthermore, Lorentz initial ideas suggested the speed of which one could travel through time. It may also explain the Temporal Loop in Der Riese and Shangri La.

- In special relativity (or, hypothetically far from all gravitational mass), clocks that are moving with respect to an inertialsystem of observation are measured to be running slower. This effect is described precisely by the Lorentz transformation.

- It reflects the fact that observers moving at different velocities may measure different distances, elapsed times, and even different orderings of events.

In the literature of relativity, space-time coordinates and the energy/momentum of a particle are often expressed in four-vector form. They are defined so that the length of a four-vector is invariant under a coordinate transformation. This invariance is associated with physical ideas. The invariance of the space-time four-vector is associated with the fact that the speed of light is a constant. The invariance of the energy-momentum four-vector is associated with the fact that the rest mass of a particle is invariant under coordinate transformations

My opinion - That with this theory the Project will fail, or failure to integrate it will result in failure. I have no idea.


http://cellularuniverse.org/R4_LorentzT ... Ranzan.pdf - Lorentz Transformation

http://www.plusultratech.com/2011/07/na ... tesla.html

http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hb ... /vec4.html


This final link is by far the most interesting I think - http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Chapt11.html

I sincerly hope this is helpful Alpha.

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Quantum field theory (QFT) provides a theoretical framework for constructing quantum mechanical models of systems classically parametrized (represented) by an infinite number of degrees of freedom, that is, fields and (in a condensed matter context) many-body systems. It is the natural and quantitative language of particle physics and condensed matter physics. Most theories in modern particle physics, including the Standard Model of elementary particles and their interactions, are formulated as relativistic quantum field theories. Quantum field theories are used in many contexts, and are especially vital in elementary particle physics, where the particle count/number may change over the course of a reaction. They are also used in the description of critical phenomena and quantum phase transitions, such as in the BCS theory of superconductivity.

In perturbative quantum field theory, the forces between particles are mediated by other particles. The electromagnetic force between two electrons is caused by an exchange of photons. Intermediate vector bosons mediate the weak force and gluons mediate the strong force. There is currently no complete quantum theory of the remaining fundamental force, gravity, but many of the proposed theories postulate the existence of a graviton particle that mediates it. These force-carrying particles are virtual particles and, by definition, cannot be detected while carrying the force, because such detection will imply that the force is not being carried. In addition, the notion of "force mediating particle" comes from perturbation theory, and thus does not make sense in a context of bound states.

In QFT, photons are not thought of as "little billiard balls" but are rather viewed as field quanta – necessarily chunked ripples in a field, or "excitations", that "look like" particles. Fermions, like the electron, can also be described as ripples/excitations in a field, where each kind of fermion has its own field. In summary, the classical visualisation of "everything is particles and fields", in quantum field theory, resolves into "everything is particles", which then resolves into "everything is fields". In the end, particles are regarded as excited states of a field (field quanta). The gravitational field and the electromagnetic field are the only two fundamental fields in Nature that have infinite range and a corresponding classical low-energy limit, which greatly diminishes and hides their "particle-like" excitations. Albert Einstein, in 1905, attributed "particle-like" and discrete exchanges of momenta and energy, characteristic of "field quanta", to the electromagnetic field. Originally, his principal motivation was to explain the thermodynamics of radiation. Although it is often claimed that the photoelectric and Compton effects require a quantum description of the EM field, this is now understood to be untrue, and proper proof of the quantum nature of radiation is now taken up into modern quantum optics as in the antibunching effect.[1] The word "photon" was coined in 1926 by physical chemist Gilbert Newton Lewis (see also the articles photon antibunching and laser).

In the "low-energy limit", the quantum field-theoretic description of the electromagnetic field, quantum electrodynamics, does not exactly reduce to James Clerk Maxwell's 1864 theory of classical electrodynamics. Small quantum corrections due to virtual electron positron pairs give rise to small non-linear corrections to the Maxwell equations, although the "classical limit" of quantum electrodynamics has not been as widely explored as that of quantum mechanics.

Presumably, the as yet unknown correct quantum field-theoretic treatment of the gravitational field will become and "look exactly like" Einstein's general theory of relativity in the "low-energy limit", or, more generally, like the Einstein-Yang-Mills-Dirac System. Indeed, quantum field theory itself is possibly the low-energy-effective-field-theory limit of a more fundamental theory such as superstring theory. Compare in this context the article effective field theory.

Best I have on that clipping.

http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Qua ... y:_origins

Over the past two decades or so, there has been a growing interest on the part of historians and philosophers of physics in the history of relativistic quantum mechanics, and more particularly, in the history of quantum field theory (QFT). There is now available a significant literature that addresses the developments of QFT and analyzes its conceptual foundations. The books by Pais (1986), Cushing (1990), Schweber (1994), Auyang (1995), Teller (1995), Cao (1997) and the proceedings of the conferences on the history and philosophy of high energy physics and QFT [L.M. Brown 1983, 1989, 1995; H.R. Brown and Harré 1988, Saunders and H.R. Brown 1991, Cao 1999] all attest to the fact that the subject is becoming of importance to historians and philosophers of physics as well as to physicists.

Although the history of the quantum theory -- from its beginnings in 1900 to its momentous culmination in 1925-7 -- has been the subject of intense scrutiny [see for example, Mehra and Rechenberg volumes 1-5, 1982-1996 and the references therein and more recently Joas et al 2008], we know far less about the genesis of QFT. For the most part, the general accounts have been written by the participants themselves. [see for example Heisenberg 1930, Pauli 1933, Wentzel 1960 and Pais 1986]. We do have careful historical accounts of Dirac's formulation of QED in 1927 and of his relativistic wave equation for a spin 2 particle and its reinterpretation as hole theory [see Kragh (1990) and the references therein, Dalitz 1995} but there is no thorough historical and philosophical analysis of the developments of QFT beginning with Heisenberg and Pauli's (1929, 1930) and Fermi's (1929,1930, 1932) formulations of QED that covers the development of the field during the 1930s. Olivier Darrigol made a start in such an enterprise in an impressive thesis written in 1982, which covered the period from 1927 till the early 1950s, but the material was not converted into a book [see however Darrigol (1984, 1984, 1988)]. In 1958 Schwinger edited a very useful source book on quantum electrodynamics (QED) for which he provided an informative introductory essay covering some of the developments during the thirties. But he was primarily concerned with charting the path to the post World War II developments and illustrating the effectiveness of the renormalization procedures and the power of the new calculational tools that Feynman, Dyson and he had produced. Similarly, Miller (1994) has edited a valuable source book containing many of the important papers published during the 1930s dealing with the divergences encountered in QED, but like Schwinger's source book the selections were chosen with the post World War II developments in mind. More recently Pais (1986) gave a very informative, technical account in Inward Bound, but shunned philosophical issues. Mehra and Rechenberg in Volume 6 of their history of the quantum theory have given an overview of the developments in QFT from its inception till the outbreak of World War II. ( Mehra and Rechenberg vol.6, 2000), but their account will be the point of departure for future researches as their presentation is detailed rather than synthetic. Mention should also be made of Laurie Brown and Helmut Rechenberg's important, detailed studies of the quantum field theoretic description of nuclear forces during the decade following Yukawa's initial paper (Brown, L.M. 1981, 1985, 1991a, B). A comprehensive version of their researches appeared in book form in 1996 and is a most valuable contribution to our understanding of the history of QFT during the 1930s.

The following is a brief sketch of some of the developments in QFT during the 1930s which emphasizes aspects of the history relevant to renormalization theory, and which at various points raises certain historiographical questions.

Regards Alpha

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