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Feb 02 2017

Trump

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President Trump is proper payback for scientists who have ignored me for 11 years.  Peter Woit’s blog is one place where you can see that they are not happy about this.

Woit won’t let me comment on his blog because there is a place to put one’s website on there, and he does not want my website on his blog.  There is a comment of mine posted on that blog however, with an alias and a fictitious website.

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Feb 12 2016

Show a calculation

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If you want your theory of gravity to be worth something, then show a calculation that works.

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Sep 12 2010

Next topics

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The two or three next topics for writing have been tentatively established, one for months now, however it has been a very busy summer with no open time periods long enough to put anything together.  The good news is that it seems I have reached the peak of my engineering career with success on major projects, – nothing done completely on my own of course, at my place of employment.

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Sep 20 2009

Ignorance is bliss

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“If you think education is expensive, try ignorance!”
      Derek Bok, past president of Harvard
Keep ignoring the quark coincidence.

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Sep 01 2008

Kansas

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In October 1976 the musical group Kansas came out with its fourth album, called Leftoverture.  At social gatherings and on the radio that autumn of my freshman year at the University of Wisconsin it was not uncommon to hear the song “Carry On Wayward Son”.  Around the time I was finishing up three semesters of calculus and two of physics as a sophomore, still living in the lakeshore dorms, the group had given us “Point Of Know Return” and “Dust In The Wind” from a fifth album.
Two years ago near the end of this month, I took a circuit drive with copies of my physics paper.  Kansas State University was one of the places I stopped.  It was a fruitful visit because on Ocotober 3, 2006 I received an analysis of the paper from KSU Physics, – only the second one offered independent of the journals.  Something in the KSU analysis prompted me to look for a way to clean up the Rotational Energy section of my paper, which I then did.  That section however, does not have anything to do with the calculation of the frequency of a graviton, but rather is there only to show that there is enough energy in the electron to do the job.
If you see Kerry Livgren, Steve Walsh, Robby Steinhardt or the others of Kansas the band please tell them the ‘point of know return’ in physics has come.  “How long?” does not have to be asked anymore, – it took 28 years.

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Mar 07 2008

YouTube videos

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For those who come to the knowledge of this theory by this web site, without knowing about the YouTube videos, the YouTube links are at: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47JNFaltiN4 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgFBocci8NI&feature=related 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce1JqoCjjZE&feature=related 

Thank you Dan Fordice, Jeff Fordice, and Fairmont High School for the time spent on this! 

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Dec 04 2007

GRAVITY THEORY BASICS: an interview with Kevin

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  I have gone over your theory at least a dozen times.  It seems very plausible to me that you have figured out what causes gravity.  Yet I still don’t really understand every concept.  I’m thinking that many people who do not have a PHD in Physics will not understand  your theory.  Could you explain to me, in the shortest way possible, the main concept of your gravity theory?  Maybe use words the average high school physics student can comprehend. I would like to ask you questions to clarify each section of your paper until I understand it.

   Thanks,  Jeff Fordice DDS

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Sep 08 2007

The Journals

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After four journal rejections I have not been real anxious to re-submit the paper, even though the paper has never been submitted to a journal with the spin energy based on a spin angular momentum of ħ/2.  The first Google Base entry, from November 21, 2005, has a spin energy that is way too high, nevertheless the concept, electrons ‘throwing and catching’ gravitons, and the frequency of a graviton are both there in the 2005 documents.  The interest in spin energy was mainly to show that there is enough present to do the job, and there still is with the most recent, copyright April 2007, paper.

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Aug 30 2007

Special Relativity

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It was in Albert Einstein’s 1905 paper “Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy-Content?” that he revealed E = mc2.  It was a follow-up to his “On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies” the same year.  The follow-up contains the words, in English translation, near the end: “Moreover, the difference K0 – K1, like the kinetic energy of the electron, depends on the velocity.”  Then, at the very end it says: “If the theory corresponds to the facts, radiation conveys inertia between the emitting and absorbing bodies.”
Was Einstein close to figuring out gravity?  The Bohr model of the atom was still a few years away, but by that time Einstein was thinking General Relativity and warped space time.

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