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Faster-than-Light (Superluminal) Electric Currents could explain Pulsars

 
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The new paradigm is cracking through into science...
i]...And what I've found is utterly fascinating.


Singleton says the basic principle of FTL currents goes back to work by English physicist Oliver Heaviside and German physicist Arnold Sommerfeldt in the 1890s, but was forgotten because Einstein's theories dissuaded physicists from thinking about FTL phenomena, even those that evaded the theories' strictures. I've only just touched on this engrossing physics and I recommend you read the team's papers, beginning with this one. "People just don't think about things moving faster than the speed of light," Singleton says. "This is a completely wide open and unexplored field."
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Re: Faster-than-Light (Superluminal) Electric Currents could explain Pulsars
Light speed is the speed limit IN THIS DIMENSION. FTL speed is possible but not while remaining in this dimension. You will go supraluminal and out of this dimension at the same time. Time, however, remains the same in the supraluminal dimensions...

Think this way: multidimensionality of the multiverse is the equivalent of time in a four-dimensional universe. Multidimensionality exists so that everything is not happening at the same space-time coordinate. This is why, in atoms, for example, most of the structure is EMPTY SPACE. It is not 'empty' but is filled with multiverse structure.
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Light speed is the speed limit IN THIS DIMENSION. FTL speed is possible but not while remaining in this dimension. You will go supraluminal and out of this dimension at the same time. Time, however, remains the same in the supraluminal dimensions...

Think this way: multidimensionality of the multiverse is the equivalent of time in a four-dimensional universe. Multidimensionality exists so that everything is not happening at the same space-time coordinate. This is why, in atoms, for example, most of the structure is EMPTY SPACE. It is not 'empty' but is filled with multiverse structure.
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Put the aspects of electromagnetics into this idea and you will find that it changes...
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great articles SS. A lot of new ideas out there. No big bang, no dark matter, FTL may be now possible...
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pulsars are so cool. i used to have a vid of what they sound like.
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pulsars are so cool. i used to have a vid of what they sound like.
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I have a reply in one of my threads that has 16 of them going at the same time...I'll have to find it and post it again on this thread...
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Consciousness and thought travel FTL!
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So...wasn't it Einstein that crippled science...?

Just something to think about.
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As a conspiracist, I believe that was by design, beginning with the undermining of Maxwell, and progressing to the suppression of Tesla.

Einstein really cemented the trend for theoretical mathematical physics taking precedence over observation, and experimentation.

The Electric U/Plasma guys are on solid ground, because their lab experiments can be shown to be scalable, by many orders of magnitude, and actually mimic what is observed as happening in the Cosmos.

The EU theorists have never been gobstruck, or flabbergasted, by what is observed, unlike the Standard Theory, "gravity only" whackos, who have to invent ever-more ridiculous "epicycles", to keep their bogus theory afloat.

Indeed, the EU theorists make predictions that are later borne out by observation.
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The EU/Plasma theorists actually do science.

The Standard Model priests and gatekeepers are doing dogma, in homage to St. Albert.

damned
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Hard for us mere mortals to get our heads round all the jargon and concepts, but fascinating none the less. I've always thought of electrical current as an FTL effect. As EMF is applied one end of a circuit, so current instantly flows out of the other, kinda like water in a hose. I know there's probably a reason that this isn't an FTL event, but it soothes my brain!
Looking forward to more updates SS. hf
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So...wasn't it Einstein that crippled science...?

Just something to think about.


As a conspiracist, I believe that was by design, beginning with the undermining of Maxwell, and progressing to the suppression of Tesla.

Einstein really cemented the trend for theoretical mathematical physics taking precedence over observation, and experimentation.

The Electric U/Plasma guys are on solid ground, because their lab experiments can be shown to be scalable, by many orders of magnitude, and actually mimic what is observed as happening in the Cosmos.

The EU theorists have never been gobstruck, or flabbergasted, by what is observed, unlike the Standard Theory, "gravity only" whackos, who have to invent ever-more ridiculous "epicycles", to keep their bogus theory afloat.

Indeed, the EU theorists make predictions that are later borne out by observation.
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It seems to be coming out more also...the EU theories...Recently the MSM even said that the sun was an electric ball of plasma...
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So...wasn't it Einstein that crippled science...?

Just something to think about.


As a conspiracist, I believe that was by design, beginning with the undermining of Maxwell, and progressing to the suppression of Tesla.

Einstein really cemented the trend for theoretical mathematical physics taking precedence over observation, and experimentation.

The Electric U/Plasma guys are on solid ground, because their lab experiments can be shown to be scalable, by many orders of magnitude, and actually mimic what is observed as happening in the Cosmos.

The EU theorists have never been gobstruck, or flabbergasted, by what is observed, unlike the Standard Theory, "gravity only" whackos, who have to invent ever-more ridiculous "epicycles", to keep their bogus theory afloat.

Indeed, the EU theorists make predictions that are later borne out by observation.


It seems to be coming out more also...the EU theories...Recently the MSM even said that the sun was an electric ball of plasma...
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We'll be getting somewhere when the MSM uses the word "Birkeland"!

lol
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Speed of thought is top speed in the universe...
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As a conspiracist, I believe that was by design, beginning with the undermining of Maxwell, and progressing to the suppression of Tesla.



Bad luck for you sir, for being stuck in 19's. Maxwell equations are correct and correctly predict the electromagnetic propagation of radiation. In fact, the electromagnetic force was already unified with the weak nuclear force. We are now working beyond the standard model to unite gravity in a "theory of everything".


Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law or Pythagoras theorem ffs...........
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Maxwell's quaternions, which gave solutions for asymmetric electrical systems, were butchered by Lorentz and Heaviside.

Give it up, Porto!

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Speed of thought is top speed in the universe...
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There cannot be a 'top speed'....

That idea conflicts with Newton's Second Law....
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Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law or Pythagoras theorem ffs...........
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Pythagoras theorem is the most solid of Mathematical concepts out there....

A^2 + B^2 = C^2

or in simple terms: 1 + 1 = 1
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The new paradigm is cracking through into science...

(<80%)

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
...And what I've found is utterly fascinating.

Singleton says the basic principle of FTL currents goes back to work by English physicist Oliver Heaviside and German physicist Arnold Sommerfeldt in the 1890s, but was forgotten because Einstein's theories dissuaded physicists from thinking about FTL phenomena, even those that evaded the theories' strictures. I've only just touched on this engrossing physics and I recommend you read the team's papers, beginning with this one. "People just don't think about things moving faster than the speed of light," Singleton says. "This is a completely wide open and unexplored field."

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Very interesting....
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Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law
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Newton's Second Law also makes E = MC^2 invalid....
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Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law or Pythagoras theorem ffs...........


Pythagoras theorem is the most solid of Mathematical concepts out there....

A^2 + B^2 = C^2

or in simple terms: 1 + 1 = 1
 Quoting: Sugarelf


1+1=2 surely.... blink 1^2 + 1^2 = 2
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Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law or Pythagoras theorem ffs...........


Pythagoras theorem is the most solid of Mathematical concepts out there....

A^2 + B^2 = C^2

or in simple terms: 1 + 1 = 1


1+1=2 surely.... blink 1^2 + 1^2 = 2
 Quoting: Blueacres


It is the place value structure that is important....the values of said places are secondary....

Formulas that use the structure: 1 = 1 * 1 aren't in tune with the universe -- mathematically....
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PLEASE, don't do it to this thread too! No one wants to see the damn math equations!
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Sugarelf is a Standard Model Disruptionista!

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PLEASE, don't do it to this thread too! No one wants to see the damn math equations!
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No problem....

litterally.... Ha !!
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PLEASE, don't do it to this thread too! No one wants to see the damn math equations!


Sugarelf is a Standard Model Disruptionista!

scream

ahhh
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I guess....blame Pythagoras....he put these ideas in my head....
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But keeping on topic of the thread....

Yes most definately, electricity can be faster than light....electricty does not have a constant speed....

That is what makes the study of electricty far more intriguing....
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But keeping on topic of the thread....

Yes most definately, electricity can be faster than light....electricty does not have a constant speed....

That is what makes the study of electricty far more intriguing....



OMG do you even know what electricity is? tomato
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Do you?
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Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law


Newton's Second Law also makes E = MC^2 invalid....



Write here the second law and I'll bet it's going to be wrong yeahsure
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Second Law: A body of mass m subject to a force F undergoes an acceleration a that has the same direction as the force and a magnitude that is directly proportional to the force and inversely proportional to the mass, i.e., F = ma.
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OMG do you even know what electricity is? tomato
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It is where your human consciousness resides....
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It is the place value structure that is important....the values of said places are secondary....

Formulas that use the structure: 1 = 1 * 1 aren't in tune with the universe -- mathematically....



Wow that was really deep. I'm speechless. What about vectors and tensors? Can we use them or they aren't in tune with the Universe?
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Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law


Newton's Second Law also makes E = MC^2 invalid....



Write here the second law and I'll bet it's going to be wrong yeahsure


Second Law: A body of mass m subject to a force F undergoes an acceleration a that has the same direction as the force and a magnitude that is directly proportional to the force and inversely proportional to the mass, i.e., F = ma.
 Quoting: Sugarelf




Wrong tounge

Newton did never say that. Newton's second law is

F = dp/dt

It's the rate of linear momentum with respect to time. That's a simplification in kids textbooks when they don't know differencial calculus. In special relativity you can't use F = ma so your statement "Newton's Second Law also makes E = MC^2 invalid" is nonsense.
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Some day some guy will appear here to criticize Newton's 2nd law


Newton's Second Law also makes E = MC^2 invalid....



Write here the second law and I'll bet it's going to be wrong yeahsure


Second Law: A body of mass m subject to a force F undergoes an acceleration a that has the same direction as the force and a magnitude that is directly proportional to the force and inversely proportional to the mass, i.e., F = ma.




Wrong tounge

Newton did never say that. Newton's second law is

F = dp/dt

It's the rate of linear momentum with respect to time. That's a simplification in kids textbooks when they don't know differencial calculus. In special relativity you can't use F = ma so your statement "Newton's Second Law also makes E = MC^2 invalid" is nonsense.
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What you posted is a derivative of Newton's Second Law....NOT the primary Law....

And the point of Newton's Law are their simple nature....

Fact is, anything in the universe is subject to acceleration....that is what Newton's Second law tells us....

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