[LAD] Audio Levitation
dominique.michel at vtxnet.ch
Mon Jan 6 23:32:02 UTC 2014
Le Mon, 06 Jan 2014 00:38:10 +0100,
Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net> a écrit :
> On Sun, 2014-01-05 at 22:31 +0000, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> > On Sun, Jan 05, 2014 at 08:41:55PM +0100, Dominique Michel wrote:
> > > Allow things like the Bohren experiment which give us up to 18
> > > times more energy at the output than the input energy.
> > [snip] The effect is the same as putting a large lens
> > in front of a small target.
> I get the impression that some on this list doubt the law of
> conservation of energy. I didn't follow the whole thread, perhaps I
> missed something.
No I don't say that, I just say it is other theories today than the one
we learn at school, theories where the topological space under
consideration is described by an O(3) group rather than by an
U(1) group, as described by Evans. One of the main Evans' claim
is that more things are possible into an O(3) group of reference. I also
know that mainstream physics doesn't validate Evans' theory (as it
didn't validated Galileo's theory at his time), that mainstream physics
and Evans as well, doesn't know every thing, and that all papers exists
and can be read by every one to draw its own conclusion.
If Evans is right, and I don't know the answer (some papers disagree
with him, other agrees, and I am not a specialist in physics but in
electronics), his theory will also have great theological consequences.
Among other things, he unify the 4 fundamental forces of physics into
one. That imply if one force is at the origin of every thing, and can
be expressed by mathematics, it cannot be personified and called God at
the same time. This can be one more good reason why mainstream physics
will suppress him. In our society, the ones that fund the research are
often the same than the ones that fund the politicians, and I remember
it was about 20 years ago, the scientists at the CERN which was working
at unifying the fundamental forces was very choked when, without any
warning, their research was cancelled.
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