Category: Gravitational Engineering

IMT is now Atomica – Please also try making gravitational sensors

IMT sent me a note about their name change. I wrote back to ask them to work harder on gravitational imaging sensors which can be adaptations of MEMS accelerometer technologies they are already familiar with. I am encouraging anyone who makes MEMS accelerometers and inertial sensors to at least try to prepare for gravitational sensor
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Comment on: Can you split an electron? Muhammad Khan, There are many possible ways that an electron can evolve into other particles, depending on the energy. As an electron interacts with the vacuum, at some point the “electron” ceases to be a localized and simple thing. The waves induced in the vacuum can take many forms. The most useful representation (my
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New Video about the Internet YouTube Google Franck-Hertz Experiments

Yesterday: HoverBoxes Finally, Skins for Websites, Saving Layouts, Extracting from PDF, Global Groups Bubbling – Today: Using the Internet to find and encourage global communities engineering science AMOE – AMOE (Atomic Molecular Optical Electronic Magnetic Acoustic Mechanical … ) – Franck-Hertz

Cosmic ray shadow of the sun and moon, LIGO Array moon sun tracking

I was just going to say thanks for doing these. But: Have you heard of anyone trying to pick up the sun or moon presence in other networks? Was getting ready to point the older LIGO array of three detectors in the direction of the moon and sun to see if it could pick up “moon”
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LIGO Detector locations and times for solar system correlation studies

Jonah, Thanks, that first link seems to answer my immediate question about reference location and calculating time between sensors.  Thanks for the pointer, I should have been able to easily find such a key piece of the puzzle. My son, Ben, set up a Linux server with Python and ran some samples.  I found
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