Category: Electromagnetic Gravitational Field

There is not yet a place to share quantum noise

Pedram Roushan @PedramRoushan Noise destroys long-range correlations on quantum processors and hinders the coherent evolution in the nominally available computational space. Using Random Circuit Sampling we estimate the effective available Hilbert space @GoogleQuantumAI https://arxiv.org/abs/2304.11119 https://pic.twitter.com/TO3yq0IFEn Replying to @PedramRoushan and @GoogleQuantumAI If you record the noise with lossless methods, and high precision, it is likely going
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Gravity can be linear, but also nonlinear with flows and fluctuations

Science News @ScienceNews Jonathan Oppenheim thinks that gravity might be fundamentally classical, meaning it isn’t quantum at all. https://sciencenews.org/article/gravity-quantum-mechanics-physics-theory Replying to @ScienceNews Yes. 20 years ago I used the small network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. At low sampling rates, the field is nearly perfectly Newtonian. At micro nano pico femto
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Quantum, entanglement, quantum error corrected components – for gravitational sensors and components

Dr. Shahnawaz Ahmed @quantshah  Interesting quote from https://scottaaronson.blog/?p=7651: “.. I’m now completely convinced that AI will transform civilization and daily life in a much deeper way and on a shorter timescale than QC will — and that’s assuming full fault-tolerant QCs eventually get built, …” Replying to @quantshah I keep hoping quantum computing, entanglement, and
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Gravitational engineering, invisible matter and energy, not only “dark”.

Ben, I worked out the mass of “dark energy” that makes up gravity.  It is not “dark” which implies a lack of intensity of light.  Rather it is “invisible” or “not in the visible part of the spectrum”.  Most of the mass of the gravitational energy density field is in the ultraviolet, extreme ultraviolet, soft
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Measuring and mapping electrons and fields in wires – Earth gravity has a spectrum

AlphaPhoenix: Watch electricity hit a fork in the road at half a billion frames per second at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AXv49dDQJw Nice work: This is an RLC circuit with resistance, inductance, and capacitance so you can model it fairly precisely if you measure or calculate the impedance and capacitance of the wires. You can use Wikipedia article for
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When an electron goes for a walk her magnetic field goes into the ground on her right

ACollierAstro: electricity and magnetism are the same thing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nxyriaA2UQ At low speeds. 1/sqrt(1-v^2/c^2) = (1/2)*v^2/c^2. From your derivation you used mostly things where that is likely. There are many derivations of the same equivalence between electricity and magnetism where they use the Lorentz transformation and the charge velocity is any size, except near the
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Richard talks to OpenAI ChatGPT Plus about KeV and MeV magnetic bonds between neutrons protons and electrons

Richard talks to OpenAI ChatGPT Plus about KeV and MeV magnetic bonds between neutrons protons and electrons. Neutron magnetic pairs, proton antiproton magnetic pairs, electron pairs. Atomic fuels, extended nuclear materials. Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation Richard: I am thinking about magnetic bonds between neutrons and want to talk with you about that. The neutron
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If there are no measurements, nor calculations, it is not science or engineering

UZH Physics: The jumping ring and Eddy currents at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Xxhoiew4AQ You did no measurements, nor calculations. So I do not consider it “science” or “engineering”. I am fairly certain there are also magnetic gradient forces involved. And you did not show the current and voltage pulse.  Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation Acoustic Atomic Density Nuclear Electromagnetic
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Radiation dose in Joules/Kilogram, so is Gravitational Potential

https://www.researchgate.net/post/The-formula-for-radiation-dose-of-an-x-ray-unit-D-gkVmAs-d2-where-g-is-constant-and-ddistance-in-what-kind-of-dose-does-it-refer-to Not sure if this will add to your discussion, but Volt^2 might be easy to remember if you think of dosage in Photons per second, an Ampere of unit charge as (1/e = 6.2415091E18 per second) and energy in Watt seconds. Watts = Volts*Amperes = Volts^2/Ohm. The total absorbed dose in Joules/Kilogram is Watts*Seconds/Kilogram.
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Note to Bard about electromagnetic launch facilities using 3D field methods

I design an electromagnetic field launch facility that lift the Starship second stage to its mission height and velocity on the planned time schedule ( a few minutes). It completely eliminates or replaces the booster. More importantly it also can catch and gently set the returning craft back in its cradle. So the overall size
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