Category: Sun Moon Vector Tidal Signal

Susan Parker Note about soft xrays and the gravitational potential

Hello, Susan, There was no indication of a new message, I just happened to look. LIGO shares some data, but there is a big difference between putting files online and actually sharing. The amount of fiddling they put into their strain data makes is nearly impossible to use without substantial insider information. They did put
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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.
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Generating synthetic gravitational fields

Teri, I was doing a quick study on “color from structure” and related concepts.  The colors of butterfly wings are often not pigments in the traditional sense, but emergent colors because of the shapes of the molecules. What clicked in my mind is that the sub wavelength structures (the structures that produce the rather large
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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
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Inertial drives need precise and addressable impulse response functions

Two Scientists Are Building a Real Star Trek Impulse Engine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bp8fk5rosI The software defined radios SDRs can transmit as well as receive. Most importantly the software for efficient FFT tracking and display is fairly well developed, so measuring and tracking the impulse response function from microHertz to GigaHertz is not so expensive. A solid, or
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Thermodynamic Clocks – Time reversible systems, quality, gravitational detectors, solar system coordination

Shawn, Thank you for thinking of me, and sharing. The gravitational energy density (and the usually much smaller magnetic, electric and thermodynamic energy densities) control the rate of chemical, atomic and nuclear events at any location.  The most often used phenomena are “gravitational time dilation”, “relativistic or general relativistic corrections (from velocity and gravity)”.  An
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Comment on Video about laser interferometer design and use – replace superconducting gravimeters

Counting Atoms with the Doppler Effect – Heterodyne Interferometer by Sam Zeloof at http://sam.zeloof.xyz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPu6lN9yJOY Sam, I sent you an email about using this to replace the network of superconducting gravimeters with something more people can afford. You have several orders of magnitude available to you by very small adjustments. SGs cost several hundred thousand and
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Plans for measuring the speed of gravity again, using superconducting gravimeter and related sensor networks

One linear regression is all that is needed to useg JPL Ephemeris to separate the sun moon from earth-based signals I want to repeat the SG network speed of gravity measurement I did in 2003 using all the current stations. I will also use the best of the broadband seismometers from IRIS.edu. Any absolute measurements,
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Comment on Peters Seismological Observatory video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZayEvWsNu6I Seismology Research Centre My Comments: I searched for “Peters Seismological Observatory” and found it is listed as DU.TPSO (network.station) in IRIS.edu. The profile for DU.TPSO is at http://ds.iris.edu/mda/DU/TPSO/ where the instruments are explained. Unfortunately, only the STS-2 is listed and only the HHE, HHN and HHZ 100 samples per second three axis seismic data
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Comments and questions for Facebook InTheSkyOrg and In-The-Sky.Org

https://www.facebook.com/intheskyorg/ All the material you post here. Is it also on your website? Can you index and organize it? If you post the same item several times, can you keep things together? You have good tools on your site, but they can be improved. There is no standard best practices form for easy and traceable
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