Category: Gravitational Engineering

Comment on: Is the Quantum Hall Effect Influenced by the Gravitational Field?

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/8268344_Is_the_Quantum_Hall_Effect_Influenced_by_the_Gravitational_Field/comments I am pretty sure many of the quantum Hall experiments and devices can pick up the sun moon tidal acceleration signal that is about 95% of the signal at a superconducting gravimeter. I am too tired to write you a personal summary just now. I am going to be looking at this category of
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Single-electron quantum dot Gravimeter?

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330862866_Quantum_stochastic_resonance_in_an_ac-driven_single-electron_quantum_dot/comments Can your run your single electron noise experiment for a month with at least one reading per minute? or 1 sps? You should be able to see the sun moon vector tidal acceleration signal that that superconducting gravimeter network and some broadband seismometers see. It is easy to calculate the signal for any location.
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Comment on Absence of diffusion in certain random lattices – Gravitational potential fluctuations

Peter Markoš I enjoyed your paper. I am thinking that it fits the model I use for real electrons in the fluctuating gravitational potential field at the earth’s surface. And the associated gravitational and magnetic energy density. In case you look at this, the gravitational energy density is calculated from GravitationalEnergyDensity = g^2/(8 pi G)
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Review Mikulski Space Telescope Data Site and Many Internet Best Practices Notes

Hello, I got tired of writing.  Here is a feedback video to go over what I am telling you below. Review Mikulski Space Telescope Data Site and Many Internet Best Practices Noteshttps://youtu.be/cnPz-OVUXG4 It will be ready about 4:45 pm Houston Texas time.  It is LONG – over 90 minutes.  I tried to cover some suggestions for your whole
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A little background on gravitational sensors and imaging arrays in case you are interested – Seismology

The gravimeters like the superconducting gravimeter (SG) have sensitivities about 10^-10 meters per second squared at 1 sample per second. Commonly written as 0.1 nm/s2 @ 1 sps.  The broadband seismometers where the earth tides are clear are about the same sensitivity when operated as sensitive accelerometers but roughly 1 nm/s2 @ 1 sps.  The Japan
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LIGO-Virgo Collaboration Gravitational Wave Open Data Workshop Sample Data

Dear GWOSC Public Data Group, LIGO Contacts and Friends, I received the Gravitational Wave Open Science Center (GWOSC) invitation to the LIGO-Virgo Collaboration Gravitational Wave Open Data Workshop #4 and followed the links to download your sample auxiliary data information at https://www.gw-openscience.org/auxiliary/GW170814/ It took about 12 hours. No download problems – other than missing information and
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