Oct 15 (2 days ago)
Cecil Ronson – Plasma Labs (not found sp?)
Lowell Morgan – Experimental Plasma
Garret Hill – Alfven
Typical Alfvén Waves
Kinetic Alfvén Waves
Alfven Nobel Speech – MHD
When I describe the [plasma phenomena] according to this formulism most referees do not understand what I say and turn down my papers. With the referee system which rules US science today, this means that my papers are rarely accepted by the leading US journals.
Experimental Plasma Research
New Light – Bias – Mel Acheson – Occam’s Beard – Epistomology
It is in this context that, as Mel writes: “it’s necessary for Ockham to grow a beard of speculations that revolutionizes what we used to know.”
FET – BiPolar Junction – 20s pivotal time
Star Distances – Star Cluster Field of View –
Lorentz nor Poincare
Relativity priority dispute
|Still, neither Lorentz nor Poincare ever whole-heartedly embraced special relativity, for reasons that may best be summed up by Lorentz when he wrote|
|Yet, I think, something may also be claimed in favor of the form in which I have presented the theory. I cannot but regard the aether, which can be the seat of an electromagnetic field with its energy and its vibrations, as endowed with a certain degree of substantiality, however different it may be from all ordinary matter. In this line of thought it seems natural not to assume at starting that it can never make any difference whether a body moves through the aether or not, and to measure distances and lengths of time by means of rods and clocks having a fixed position relatively to the aether.|
Chaos at 50
Super Ultra Specialization – Reductionism –
Red Shift Falicy – Cosmology Quest – Documentary – Eric Lerner – “Big Bang Never Happened Theory – Velvet Hammer – Berbige – Halton Arp Quasars Controversies – Plasma Cosmology – Jans Alfmen – Anthony Peratt – Things in front of things – Doppler Effect – Galaxies – Opposite of what – “Seeing Red”
Gabriel Keleman – Cymatics
Dave Lapoint – 3 Videos – Double Slit experiment – Matter is formed
The VU – Radial Attractors:
7:53 PM (11 hours ago)
Jean and Jim
On Tue, Oct 17, 2017 at 8:13 PM, Juan Calsiano <email@example.com> wrote:
Sorry, here is the book.
On 18 October 2017 at 00:09, Juan Calsiano <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Start with a nice force-free filament as described by the LSBC model. Such an “inviscid” effectively ideal flow can continue to flow without any significant losses for as long as the larger environment allows it to flow.
Now imagine that such a flow, instead of flowing more or less linearly (even if a part of a larger helix), can now start to steeply curl. For example, if you consider the wave-structure aspect of the filament, consider that such filament encounters a steep density gradient that forces the filament to refract towards the density gradient. Imagine that the physical variables that relate to the filament and to the density gradient are of such particular values that the refraction produces the filament “wave front” to make a ring and thus perfectly join a previous part of the filament, not unlike an ouroboros. A stable self-sustaining discrete layered toroidal force-free structure is born.Now check out the images on page 147 (and onwards) on the attached book.
You may want to google a bit about these Beltrami vortices.In fluid dynamics, Beltrami flows are flows in which the vorticity vector and the velocity vector are parallel to each other.
On force-free magnetic fields and beltrami flowsSolenoidal vector fields, which satisfy the condition that the field vector everywhere parallels to its curl, have complex topological structures, and usually show chaotic behaviors. In this paper, analytical solutions for vector fields with constant proportional factor in three basic coordinate systems are presented and it is pointed out that a Beltrami flow can sustain a steady force-free magnetic field in a perfectly conducting fluid, provided the magnetic field is parallel to the velocity everywhere.
On 17 October 2017 at 21:18, Jim Weninger <email@example.com> wrote:Sorry if I already sent this. (I’m having trouble with my email)The idea here is that the pair of counter rotating pool vortices can not be understood by looking at the plane of the pool’s surface. Could this be true for counter rotating galaxies as well? The question, given observation of galactic “sheets”, is if these are not “sheets”, but in fact “boundaries” between regions of different plasma density. Plasma does seem to behave this way here maybe: (???)