Category: Electromagnetic Gravitational Field

New Video – Some NOAA Visualizations Data Projections More Gravity Sun Moon Global Cooperation

Some NOAA Visualizations Data Projections More Gravity Sun Moon Global Cooperation https://youtu.be/4waIa-2tMlY My comments and a few suggestions. Then another pitch for global cooperation, and for help with gravimeter arrays to scan the atmosphere, the oceans, the earth interior, the moon, sun and planets and moons. Richard Collins, Director, The Internet Foundation The video refers
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Trying to come to grips with broad terms like “fluctuations”

Alexander If you search for “fluctuations” OR “fluctuations” on google, it will give you about 97 Million entry points. For the last 23 years I have been tracing through these kinds of searches to see exactly what people are doing with terms like “fluctuations”. As you can imagine, this particular term, “fluctuations” has lots of
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Low frequency variations of high frequency signals

I have been looking at the general situation of tracking and studying slow variations of fast signals.  If you have a star, its main signal is likely electromagnetic or gravitational.  You track its “colors” with an FFT or spectrometer, and perhaps its slow variations up to decades of years or longer. (“pulsar” OR “pulsars”) “MHz”
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Can a Penning trapped electron or ion be used as a time of flight gravimeter?

Subject: In your months long measurements on single electrons did you see diurnal variations? Has anyone tried to make a single electron gravimeter? Gerald, I was doing a quick review of linear and quadratic effects in paramagnetic resonance, and happened to notice “Gabrielse and company confined single electrons for months at a time”.  For many
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About optically connected processors for home use and many things

Nora, Thanks, I will keep that in mind. If you cast tiny angular (square, triangular, for example) blocks of plastic on ends of an optical fiber, then polish the whole thing, that would give a fiber that would alighn properly with a corresponding hole and fiber (or fibers).  It is something that human hands could
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Merging and upgrading sensor networks towards new industries and materials

Shawn, The atmospheric gravitational noise is much larger than the signals from the subsurface (usually). The noise in that gravimeter you want to buy is mostly atmospheric and thermal radiation field connected. Calibrate it against the sun and moon first. Then against 3D near realtime atmospheric models. (Climate and meteorology are just atmospheric, and the
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Gravity and Temperature, gravity and pressure

Shawn, What I am saying is that the energy density of the radiation field of the earth, which you can map by mapping the temperature is just “gravitational field stuff”.  The magnetic field of the earth which you can convert to magnetic energy density is also made of “gravitational field stuff”. The gravitational field of
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Gravitational, Magnetic and Electric Field Changes from Global Climate Change

I wrote yesterday about magnetism and gravity and temperature at gravimeter and related sensor array detector sites.  I give averages over all frequencies, but the fine details can be tracked across all frequencies from picoHertz to ZettaHertz. Relation between gravity, magnetism and temperature at the earths surface at /?p=1893 Today I realized that if global
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Comment on Endaq Steve Hanly blog about accelerometer sensitivity

Accelerometer Specifications: Deciphering an Accelerometer’s Datasheet by Steve Hanly https://blog.endaq.com/accelerometer-specifications-decoding-a-datasheet I see you mention temperature sensitivity. I am writing an article on gravimeters and recommending different ones. Someone estimated their response to temperature. It can be estimated for gravimeter arrays. Here is how I estimated it. Relation between gravity, magnetism and temperature at the earths
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Why the sun moon tidal signal is so important for helping global sensor arrays with calibration

Shawn, I worked with the US Agency for International Development, the US State Department, World Bank and many international organizations.  Most countries cannot afford to do their own mineral exploration, so outsiders come and take what they have. I helped put microcomputer training and technology into that system so that some countries could afford to
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