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Question about Bulk Material Modelling
I've been thinking about modeling of bulk material characteristics and collective behavior - hardness, thermal conductivity, phonon transport/resonance
May 1, 2007
Other Fractional Electron Charge Models
A fractional electron charge model seems to have good company: N. Tesla in 1901 and a recent Nobel prize using the Hall Effect. ...
May 1, 2007
Electric Field inside a bulk lattice
Isaac Newton showed us that the laws of gravity apply both hear on earth and for the large scale universe. R. Mills classical quantum mechanical theory...
May 1, 2007
Attn. Dr. Mills: New opportunuty for Luminide
There's a new article in The Independent about RNA-i. http://news.
3.ece One passage in particular drew...
Apr 14, 2007
What is the best embodiment of a BLP generator?
It seems to me that the whole plasma conversion generator is not the most ideal power system, given the special conditions required for resonant energy...
Mar 19, 2007
The quantum faithful do not need an evidential basis for anything
Chad Orzel has a blog called "Uncertain Principles," which Chad describes as: "Ramblings about life as a physicist on the tenure track at a small liberal arts...
Mar 9, 2007
Re: Reception of Randell Mills' Work
In an email dated 1/26/07 1:36:25 AM, Igor Khavkine (ikhavki@...), a grad student in applied math at the University of Western Ontario who is ... My word....
Mar 1, 2007
bond angles of the methyl radical CH3 and methylene (dihydrogen car
hello, now that the new millsian software is available i was wondering whether anyone has re-calculated the H-C-H bond angles of the methyl radical CH3, or...
Mar 1, 2007
Millsian software available now
[Cross-posted from HSG] From http://www.millsian
shtml, MILLSIAN RELEASES MOLECULAR MODELING SOFTWARE - A limited, free trial version is available...
Feb 2, 2007
Pulsar: Third Magnetic Pole?
Just ran across this: http://www.scienced
5824.htm Any thoughts?...
Jan 9, 2007
IEEE Spectrum - Thread-Bare Theories
IEEE Spectrum - Thread-Bare Theories String-theory critic calls for balance in physics research http://www.spectrum
Jan 4, 2007
Mercenary in the String Wars
Peter Woit and Scott Aaronson (the mercenary) provide an entertaining romp through: 1. The social aspects of science 2. Does string theory have anywhere to go?...
Dec 22, 2006
Charlie Rose - Lisa Randall A discussion about theoretical physics with Harvard professor Lisa Randall. Her book is called "Warped Passages: Unraveling the ...
Dec 20, 2006
The Shining City on a Hill
About 75 years ago, physics took a wrong turn and finally ended up in a swamp. Peter Woit and Lee Smolin have written books that describe their realization...
Dec 13, 2006
Animation: The Expansion and Contraction of the Universe
Tom, Animation: Expansion and Contraction of the Universe This animation is deceptively simple. Yet, the educated layman, the person with a modest...
Dec 1, 2006
Are the Ground and hydrino states excited states?
If one was to abolish the hydrino concept and instead model the hydrogen atom as always existing in an excited state whether stable or unstable, including the...
Dec 1, 2006
Why the Crisis?
Today, theoretical physics is in crisis (see http://tech.
348 ) since there is absolutely no connection from string theory...
Nov 25, 2006
Esquire On The State of Particle Theory
Peter Woit comments on Esquire On The State of Particle Theory: "You know things are getting strange when Esquire magazine starts running an article on the...
Nov 22, 2006
Smolin's Five Great Problems in Theoretical Physics
In Lee Smolin's "The Trouble With Physics: The Rise of String Theory, the Fall of a Science, and What Comes Next," (see ...
Nov 19, 2006
s Suspenders By George Smoot, Recipient, The 2006 Nobel Prize for Physics http://edge.
Nov 13, 2006
Faith Based Physics
David Gross is director of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at University of California, Santa Barbara. On the November 7, 2006 edition of "All...
Nov 10, 2006
The Trouble With Physics
Lee Smolin's The Trouble With Physics: The Rise of String Theory, the Fall of a Science, and What Comes Next (Hardcover) is available both new and used...
Nov 8, 2006
The November '05 Edition of The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Quantum Mechanics is posted: http://www.blacklig
oad.shtml We can...
Oct 26, 2006
Uncertainty Principle in QM
I always was bothered by the fact that in QM one solves an exact equation, Shrodinger
39;s equation, and then gets an exact function, the wave function, but then...
Oct 26, 2006
Can classical quantum mechanics go beyond n=20 to explain the entire periodic table? Perhaps Molegos is considering -d and f shell electron configurations for...
Oct 4, 2006
Mark V. Iverson
Electron magnetic moment and fine structure constant
Recent measurements at Harvard are reported in Phys. Rev. Lett. 97 this year. Gabrielse and colleagues obtain g/2 = 1.00115965218085(
76) which is about 6...
Sep 4, 2006
pz & Einstein Validate CQM
In HSG message http://groups.
message/11534 pz states: "****Nail has been (finally) hit on the head. Haus tells when things radiate, and...
Aug 14, 2006
Dr. Randell L. Mills
Tom, I have two animations that are my favorites: Photon Absorption and Electron Ionization. As I stated before, I always wanted to know what happens when a...
Aug 13, 2006
Dear f.w., I think you ought to ask yourself the following about solving the Schrodinger equation with the variational method (for helium). Why is it that you...
Aug 12, 2006
Time dependent motion
In this post I am responding to f.w.šs post #319. If you havenšt read post # 82 on the helium atom you might want to do so now (I am certain that f.w. is...
Aug 11, 2006
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