Category: Collaborative Global Model of the Sun

Comment on HyperPhysics, Cosmic Ray and Muon Data

Hello, My reason for writing: I am looking at http://phynp6.phy-astr.gsu.edu/~cosmic/index_muonTelescope_Pcorr.html It says “pressure corrected”.  But I don’t see any link or description of the algorithm. http://phynp6.phy-astr.gsu.edu/~cosmic/allFormatPot.dat seems to be broken (Google Chrome) http://phynp6.phy-astr.gsu.edu/~cosmic/dynamicDisplay/4-paddle show graph, but no data archive easily accessible http://phynp6.phy-astr.gsu.edu/~cosmic/dynamicDisplay/mkDetector shows graphs, but no data archive and no accessible community. And 2019.  Those
Read More »

Why is the peak of the nuclear binding energy curve at Iron? Particle-antiparticle pairs, Brian’s Story

23 Jan 2022 – It it not a coincidence that naturally occurring magnetic materials are the ones at the peak of the nuclear binding energy curve.  If you want to do “nuclear chemistry”, doing the full Schrodinger model of isotopes and predicting their dynamic reactions in detail (for things like fusion and fission) is a
Read More »

Comment on Earthquake Seismograph Using Bismuth Magnetic Levitator – about state of the art in low cost gravitational detector arrays

Earthquake seismograph using bismuth magnetic levitator as sensor at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIANNzpec7Y Tomislav Stimac, The “standard” still for accelerometers is the small but global network of super conducting gravimeters (SGs). They use liquid helium cooled niobium magnetically levitated spheres as the test mass. The sensitivity is about 0.1 nanometers per second squared (nm/s2) at 1 sample per second.
Read More »

Comment on Telescope prices and sharing

What YOU Can SEE Through a $1 Billion, $32,000 and an $800 Telescope! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwoII9TQd8k There are many countries with LOTS of people where $800 is more than the median annual income. And many more countries and many more people where $800 is more than monthly income. So here you are, posting a video that could
Read More »

Comment on Video Demonstrating Convection, and approaches to understanding and visualizing

How to demonstrate convection at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8PoCwx2de0 The simple materials are good, but you, yourself, did not explain what you were expecting, where the students and demonstrators were supposed to focus their attention. You said (don’t use purple shirt) and for this short video, why did you not go change your shirt and record it again? Or,
Read More »

Comment on Jordan Sullivan, Neutrinos and Antimatter Video

Neutrinos and antimatter at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcpNhPBxwfo Jordan, You can combine a particle and its anti-particle into a stable form, if you provide angular momentum. The external charge and magnetic dipole moments are effectively zero, and the particle is effectively all binding energy which has no mass. The pair can store most any amount of energy, but
Read More »

Comment on Cat and Plasma Ball, Rotating Plasma Ball, Plasma Ball and Fluorscent tubes and bulbs, iPhone

Cat and Plasma Balls at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkJYY4dDdr0 The cat investigated all parts of the globe, power (it can smell the hands of the person on the plug most likely), and behavior (optical, response to touch and nearness, acoustic because its ears and nose can pick up more than our fat fingers) methodically. Its nose is rather
Read More »

Groups sharing models and data on the Internet, not paper – the case of “neutrino” OR “neutrinos”

Maury, Please post your Long Baseline Neutrino Newsletters on the Internet, and only send links and short announcements by email.  Make a member site and let people control their email notices. I think I wrote about this before, but is this newsletter available online somewhere.  My email only has a fixed part of the screen
Read More »

Comment on video about the solar interior – another way, with the whole human species working together

What Does The Inside Of The Sun Look Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ayHXTnN4fk In the visualization from 3:00 to 4:00, I think there should be small particles coming from every point to every point in the detector. For instance something coming from the far upper right. to the far lower left. Not just radially outward from one point
Read More »

Contact Imaging Sensors, Linear CCD arrays for gravitational and magnetic imaging

Jean, I was trying at least two pathways: 1. Build circuits to read the analog signals from these linear sensors, and put the fastest and best ADCs to read and store the data. The focus on high precision measurement of the signals as a function of reference voltage. 2. Somehow learn to talk to these
Read More »