Category: Sun Moon Vector Tidal Signal

Calibrating all gravitational sensors into a single imaging array, Measuring speed of gravity as a routine calibration for gravitational networks

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Solar-System-Gravimetry-and-Gravitational-Engineering/ Calibrating all gravitational sensors into a single imaging array: I was thinking about this some more. The gravitational potential from the sun and moon changes significantly during the year and over the course of the day. And the absolute values (for the usual network few hundred samples per second and slower) change slowly. Your
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Comment On The Normal Height Differences Determination From Geopotential Differences

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/359389325_ON_THE_NORMAL_HEIGHT_DIFFERENCES_DETERMINATION_FROM_GEOPOTENTIAL_DIFFERENCES/comments Using real time comparisons via electromagnetic signals gets more complicated. Trying to use high speed storage of the signals gets memory intensive and expensive. As much of the data is nearly the same.   The reason I used the vector tidal gravity signals for calibration and standardization is that each location can compare to
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Copy of Things posted on HackaDay.IO about Low Cost Time-of-Flight Gravimeters

Low Cost, Time-of-Flight Gravimeter Arrays https://hackaday.io/project/164550-low-cost-time-of-flight-gravimeter-arrays More information posted at ResearchGate on 3 axis gravimeters RichardCollins • 07/19/2022 at 17:15 • 0 comments My main “job” is the Internet Foundation, so I am constantly monitoring global issues, methods and activities on the Internet. But I have a heart for research groups and gravitational noise detector
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Twitter about continuous global Big G experiments to contrain JPL solar system ephemeris

Vector sun moon tidal signal from gravimeter arrays is pure Newtonian GMm/r2. Sample at Msps Gsps for G variations by frequency at continuous global Big G stations to constrain sun moon earth masses, omegaE, JPL ephemeris, gravitational time dilation. https://hackaday.io/project/164550/gallery#21f5826751cf7b199a02263bd201e9bb You might be interested in my project on ResearchGate. I added an update today about
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Tweet about levitated nanoparticle

Physical Review Letters  @PhysRevLett Jul 25 A trapped nanoparticle interacting with a laser provides a simple way to generate squeezed light which has an unusually low level of fluctuations. Letter: https://go.aps.org/3oqYPeL Letter: https://go.aps.org/3ovQNkS Focus: https://go.aps.org/3orRYBw https://pic.twitter.com/pPDdsp2Rb5 Extra-Stable Light Produced by Levitated Nanoparticle How long can the nanoparticle be monitored? Can you track it closely for
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Comment on Planck Temperature Video

The Planck Temperature – Absolute Hot: What is the hottest temperature possible https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofzlBP6_5iw If you had a $Thank button, I would have sent you a donation to encourage you to keep going and work harder. You have the right kind of curiosity, but you need to keep digging and read harder papers. Tone down “strange”
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Comment on MegaAmpere to MegaGauss- Using laser fluctuations to measure gravitational potential turbulence

‪This intro added 10 Jul 2022 in update to “Solar System Gravimetry and Gravitational Engineering ” Comment on “MegaAmpere to MegaGauss” – Using laser fluctuations to measure gravitational potential turbulence To generate intense fields to control the motion of matter. To emulate gravitational acceleration so precisely there is almost no error in position or other
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Note on my Facebook page about gravitational energy density

For more than 50 years I have been trying to understand the gravitational potential. I used it for orbit determinations when I worked at my first job at the CIA, then later worked on a NASA project to determine the geopotential itself using satellite orbits and measurements to solve for the shape and properties of
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Update to Solar System Gravimetry and Gravitational Engineering

Everyone, I am including this as an update to this project because the routine laboratory and wide area measurement of the speed of the gravitational potential is critical to all the groups working together. You HAVE to be able to measure the signals at high enough sampling rates to get good correlations and comparisons. For
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Update on Richard Collins “Solar System Gravimetry and Gravitational Engineering” project on ResearchGate

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Solar-System-Gravimetry-and-Gravitational-Engineering I was updating my notes of gravimeter arrays as gravitational imaging arrays. At the end I recommend using electrons interferometer and related electron methods for measuring and monitoring acceleration. Every electron on earth has mass and is affected individually by the changing gravitational field. Electron methods are far in advance of atom methods, less
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