Mon Oct 24, 2016 8:16 am +0000
In a marathon experiment, Maurice Allais released a Foucault pendulum every 14 minutes - for 30 days and nights -without missing a data point. He recorded the direction of rotation (in degrees) at his Paris laboratory. This energetic show of human endurance happened to overlap with the 1954 solar eclipse. During the eclipse, the pendulum took an unexpected turn, changing its angle of rotation by 13.5 degrees.
Maurice Allais (1911 - ) won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1988. He stated, "All my researches in theoretical and applied physics which, at first sight, appear to be remote from my main activity as an economist, have, in reality, enriched me with valuable experience."
Both before and after the eclipse, the pendulum experienced normal rotation (Foucault effect of 0.19 degrees/minute). This 13.5-degree excursion in the angular plane persisted throughout the length of the eclipse, a total of 2.5 hours of observations. Allais got similar results when he later repeated the experiment during a solar eclipse in 1959.
Mon Oct 24, 2016 8:24 am +0000
Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:48 pm +0000
Riktare wrote:It just occurred to me that if linear gravity does vary in relation to the rotational axis of a large object, then that fact would be very open to verify experimentally.
Our planet's orbit around the sun dips and rises monthly with respect to the plane perpendicular to the sun's rotational axis. The same is true of the moon. Any particular solar eclipse will represent a combination of those 2 variables. In such a case the pendulum anomalies would be quite different for each particular eclipse and with enough tests could eventually be mapped to a model using those 2 variables theoretically.
Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:40 pm +0000
Tue Oct 25, 2016 1:18 pm +0000
Tue Oct 25, 2016 4:46 pm +0000
Riktare wrote:Well, from memory, I believe we are told that free, uncharged particles such as ultimatons do not exhibit gravitational forces or electro-magnetic forces on other material particles. They may be engaged in a circular space drift around paradise but they don't contribute to physical effects themselves in the Master Universe. They seem to be rather, raw building blocks for the Master Universe's physical makeup. At least that is what I can gather from the UB narrative.
Wed Oct 26, 2016 12:59 am +0000
Wed Oct 26, 2016 2:39 pm +0000
Riktare wrote:Charge in the classical sense is defined as a discontinuity of polarization. In other words, it is the place in space where the electro-magnetic orientation of a particle or group of particles breaks down. The freedom to orient or re-position themselves in a way that minimizes stress is taken away. Potential energy (and stress) therefore collects at that point, line or surface. Possibly the same is true for gravity also.
Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:40 pm +0000
Thu Oct 27, 2016 12:24 am +0000
Riktare wrote:toto, there are apparently some crucially important items in the paragraph you quoted that were not actually brought to bear. I "see" actually the contrary observation that charge and gravity are emphatically not the same thing. I was hoping the paragraph quoted explained that point. They cannot be the same thing even if a strong relationship between them exists. Gravity is the source of tension in space. Do you agree that the revelators make that clear?
Thu Oct 27, 2016 12:55 am +0000
toto wrote:Yes, Riktare, but please specify absolute gravity vs linear gravity.
Thu Oct 27, 2016 5:40 am +0000
Riktare wrote:Gravity is the source of tension in space.
Riktare wrote:Charge in the classical sense is defined as a discontinuity of polarization.
Riktare wrote:I wish I could. The revelators give only a teasing amount of information about Paradise gravity and they don't indicate how it affects matter other than ultimatons. Even that is sketchy. If we're going to speculate my small mind requires some real evidence and a follow through and analysis of any potential working model.
Riktare wrote: They cannot be the same thing even if a strong relationship between them exists.
Thu Oct 27, 2016 6:11 am +0000
toto wrote:Ultimatons, the first measurable motion, have a center, and that center is Paradise.
Thu Oct 27, 2016 6:53 am +0000
nodAmanaV wrote:So this means the ultimaton moves around Paradise as its nucleus in "the trend of the circle, the swing of the great ellipse", not that Paradise is at the center of each ultimaton right?
Thu Oct 27, 2016 8:20 am +0000
toto wrote:Riktare wrote:Charge in the classical sense is defined as a discontinuity of polarization.
I do not understand this definition. Polarization is a separation of a single focus into two foci. It is the making of an ellipse out of a circle. This creates a tension. I see no discontinuity in this. An equator is not a discontinuation, it is a reflection, where + turn to - and visa versa.
toto wrote:Time conditions space, not the other way around.
toto wrote:Space and time is an orthogonally related. Einstein and Minkowski were correct about that.