Category: Sun Moon Vector Tidal Signal

Prasad Raju – Geophysical time series

Prasad Raju,   I suggest you use online resources to look at the data. There is a lot of seismometer and magnetometer data. There is meteorological data. If you just want sources of interesting signals, there is some good solar data (solar dynamics observatory), data from lots of astronomical and astrophysical surveys. Radio telescope data
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Every star contributes to expansion, every black hole region contains many bodies, the big bang was a small and ordinary event

Anton Petrov: Whole Universe May Be Evaporating According To New Study at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEAKbL04bxQ Anton Petrov, I think you ought to focus on the life of any star. The matter concentrates into stars, reaches critical density to ignite nuclear reactions, and then, for the rest of the stars life, it will be radiating neutrinos, photons, electrons, protons
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Illinois Quantum:”Quantum” detectors also pick up dynamic gravitational field, please check

Cindy Regal: Quantum optomechanics in interferometry and transduction at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zY2xn7bhMY0 Cindy Regal,  All that you said, applies to dynamic gravitational waves. I like your broadband note at 23:37 especially. But you can do a lot more.  All the frequencies (femtoHertz to TeraHertz, and beyond in both directions) are available for “gravity” and usually detectable. I have been asking
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Twitter: Magnetically Levitated Superconducting Microspheres

Physical Review Applied @PhysRevApplied May 21  Editor’s Suggestion: Superconducting Microsphere Magnetically Levitated in an Anharmonic Potential with Integrated Magnetic Readout #OpenAccess: https://go.aps.org/3MGR4hv Replying to @PhysRevApplied Whenever I see “superconducting” “levitation”, I immediately think of superconducting gravimeters. They are high cost, single axis but about 0.1 nm/s^2 at 1 sps. For gravitational imaging arrays, we need
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Many Quantum devices are likely potential gravitational sensors too

Snowmass Media: 23. Quantum Computing Simulation for Collective Neutrino Oscillations – Valentina Amitrano at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnkInU0hwHo Valentina Amitrano, Thank you, I was trying to understand neutrino oscillations. Your different perspective helped a lot. I got an update on qubits for free. I do not know if anyone reads these comments. There ought to be a better way.
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You might like a short paper I just posted on ResearchGate. It is an April Fools paper

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/369689107_Richard_Collins_working_with_ChatGPT_Model_4_on_1_Apr_2023_to_discuss_some_simple_models_from_electrical_engineering_and_physics When I chat with GPT 4, these are the kinds of things I always wanted to discuss with real humans. I have learned its limitations and by careful adjustment to the way I write, I can get it go generate words in the directions I want to go. I realized most people cannot absorb
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GWOSC and Auxiliary Data – Combining LIGO style detectors with all earth-based sensor networks

Correlating LIGO style strain and auxiliary data with all data from earth-based sensor networks I followed many of the pathways from this email looking for downloadable data on the Internet accessible from the browser. All I found was your groups favorite software ways to access things you are interested in. And nowhere did I find
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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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