Month: January 2022

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
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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
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Project Summaries, Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation

23 Jan 2022 I am trying to sort out the major themes and topics.  I am just going to write down some of them and try to put them into some kind of map for myself. I have an idea for an Internet Assistant to help people as they are trying to work together on
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Comment (Tweet) on SIAM book Mathematical Elasticity, Volume II, Theory of Plates

Sadly, it is written on paper. Not a tool to use; but more reading, memorization and human effort. A tool, it could perform way beyond limited human abilities. It could last a thousand years, and change all future generations. Sadly; written on paper. A painting of a tool. 🙂 https://my.siam.org/Store/Product/viewproduct/?ProductId=41044181 Mathematical Elasticity, Volume II, Theory
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Comment on measuring “trust” in organizations and groups and in society

https://www.researchgate.net/post/Are_ther_ways_to_quantify_measure_the_level_of_trust Jan Loeschner   I have to estimate the strength and character of many kinds of relationships in human society when projecting future changes on the Internet. The Internet captures much of what is happening in society, and its change is intimately related to short and long term changes in human systems. Trust is too
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Magnetic field of 1 Tesla

https://www.researchgate.net/post/How-do-i-produce-a-magnetic-field-of-1-Tesla-for-magnetoelectric-measurements David Coathup   Did you ever get your magnet working? I am writing notes on magnetic calculations and your 1 Tesla magnet is a good problem. This morning I found a good example in “Electromagnetics” by John D Kraus and Keith R Carver, 2nd Edition 1973, page 250. They cover magnetization in the previous
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