Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other
professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge. It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere, or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other
professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere, or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere, or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:12:03 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s), that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Reading from Einstein: classical mechanics and continuum mechanics
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P08kIRUSkhE
Einstein's "Out of My Later Years", Einstein's theories, the classical mechanics and classical force,
surface mechanics, material points, atomism, success of theories, Newton and Galileo, continuous
media, thermodynamics and the success of discretization, potential theories, theories arising
from natural deduction, Mach and Mill, configuration space and paucity of terms, surface domains
and the applied, the empirical, mathematics and models of material points.
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Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s), that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Read
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
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On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around. There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity, with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s), that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Reading from Einstein: classical mechanics and continuum mechanics
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P08kIRUSkhE
Einstein's "Out of My Later Years", Einstein's theories, the classical mechanics and classical force,Yeah, Einstein's pretty particular that "material points" or a
surface mechanics, material points, atomism, success of theories, Newton and Galileo, continuous
media, thermodynamics and the success of discretization, potential theories, theories arising
from natural deduction, Mach and Mill, configuration space and paucity of terms, surface domains
and the applied, the empirical, mathematics and models of material points.
"continuum mechanics" makes for continuous transitions through
boundaries as surfaces, what makes for continuum "statics" (also known
as "invariance") and continuum "dynamics" (also known as "quasi-invariance") in symmetry and conservation and symmetry-flex and conversion can see
how the classical works up from "real fundamentals". Soon I will read his section on "field theory".
That is to say, Einstein makes clear that "mathematics _owes_ physics the mechanics of the statics and dynamics of continuity".
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On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around. There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity, with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s), that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Read
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--
Jan
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Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes", what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around. There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity, and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity, with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s), that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Read
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--Here it's a study in "Foundations".
Jan
Then, any effort in foundations would be very involved, in, for example,
the mathematical foundations, and, foundations of probability, and, foundations of physics.
Also it would involve the philosophy of science, the philosophy of logic, and the technical philosophy.
It's a continuum mechanics.
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On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes", what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around. There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity, and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Read
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--Here it's a study in "Foundations".
Jan
Then, any effort in foundations would be very involved, in, for example, the mathematical foundations, and, foundations of probability, and, foundations of physics.
Also it would involve the philosophy of science, the philosophy of logic, and the technical philosophy.
It's a continuum mechanics.Anyone could parse that?
--
Jan
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On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around. There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity, with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s), that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Read
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--
Jan
On Monday, May 1, 2023 at 10:03:18 PM UTC+1, JanPB wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:43:43 PM UTC-7, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:12:03 PM UTC-3, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes", what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around. There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity, and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity, with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s), that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
theoretical physics, academic in critical race theory etc. Hence we get people from STEM believing their opinions on philosophy, identity politics are likely to be as correct as professionals investing their daily time and energy making a career in theseJust looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Read
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--It's pretty universal where people expert in one area create a model of another profession and professionals, unaware of the immense time and energy it takes to become expert in some profession, whether as a, trucker, wife, farmer, academic in
Jan
Larry Harson
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:52:35 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:17:53 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Monday, May 1, 2023 at 2:03:18 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:43:43 PM UTC-7, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:12:03 PM UTC-3, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around. There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other
professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis, there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.Read
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--Here it's a study in "Foundations".
Jan
Then, any effort in foundations would be very involved, in, for example, the mathematical foundations, and, foundations of probability, and, foundations of physics.
Also it would involve the philosophy of science, the philosophy of logic,
and the technical philosophy.
It's a continuum mechanics.Anyone could parse that?
--I imagine: Curme could parse it.
Jan
When, there is a comma, sometimes it indicates,
pause or pregnant pause, contemplative pause or
pause for effect, pause for brevity, pause for
the natural that besides the standard comma
and the serial comma and the Oxford comma,
where it's required, (that also) it's optional.
When parsing, there is accidence, that the order
of terms, make parsing an endeavor of multiple passes
what results the scanning, to make for the lifting
of terms in structure, for a normal form of parsing.
The introduction of terms: is assumed to be cumulative.
Perhaps the most usual, actor, known for his,
stilted delivery, is along the lines of William Shatner's
James T. Kirk, in fact he's regularly mocked for it,
but, the pause for effect, in the written, is usually
the colon: or the comma.
Booker
Once, I submitted a writing sample for grammatical content:
it said "Grade 26". Of course, though long-winded, it's correct,
and mean to be either read or spoken, and as it is written.
Today, I added to my collection one of Hermann's tomes
or Volume II of "Vector Bundles in Mathematical Physics".
As the bookseller put it, "now you have the set".
I'm happy to have cultivated a warm and beneficial relationship,
first with the library, then with the bookseller, for authorships.
Here, it's that Einstein: has left "Out of My Later Years", for "us".
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:43:43 PM UTC-7, Richard Hertz wrote:
Read
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 1:30:30 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:52:35 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:17:53 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Monday, May 1, 2023 at 2:03:18 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:43:43 PM UTC-7, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:12:03 PM UTC-3, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other
professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory,
there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis, there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.Read
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--Here it's a study in "Foundations".
Jan
Then, any effort in foundations would be very involved, in, for example,
the mathematical foundations, and, foundations of probability, and, foundations of physics.
Also it would involve the philosophy of science, the philosophy of logic,
and the technical philosophy.
It's a continuum mechanics.Anyone could parse that?
--I imagine: Curme could parse it.
Jan
When, there is a comma, sometimes it indicates,
pause or pregnant pause, contemplative pause or
pause for effect, pause for brevity, pause for
the natural that besides the standard comma
and the serial comma and the Oxford comma,
where it's required, (that also) it's optional.
When parsing, there is accidence, that the order
of terms, make parsing an endeavor of multiple passes
what results the scanning, to make for the lifting
of terms in structure, for a normal form of parsing.
The introduction of terms: is assumed to be cumulative.
Perhaps the most usual, actor, known for his,
stilted delivery, is along the lines of William Shatner's
James T. Kirk, in fact he's regularly mocked for it,
but, the pause for effect, in the written, is usually
the colon: or the comma.
Booker
Once, I submitted a writing sample for grammatical content:
it said "Grade 26". Of course, though long-winded, it's correct,
and mean to be either read or spoken, and as it is written.
Today, I added to my collection one of Hermann's tomes
or Volume II of "Vector Bundles in Mathematical Physics".
As the bookseller put it, "now you have the set".
I'm happy to have cultivated a warm and beneficial relationship,
first with the library, then with the bookseller, for authorships.
Here, it's that Einstein: has left "Out of My Later Years", for "us".Reading from Einstein: relativity and gravitational field
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yutLelN_t_Y
Cosmology, sky survey, Doppler, standard candles, hydrogen spectroscopy, LaGrange and Laplace, classical connections, Fitzgerald and Lorentz, complementary duals, computing the geodesy, "total differential equations", "in the space", dynamical models and time, linear and non-linear and singular
and non-singular duals, gravitational field equations, Riemannian metric and covariance, bases of analytical freedom, the quasi-Euclidean, potential theory,
central symmetries, deconstructive/reconstructive accounts.
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 5:17:51 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
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On Monday, May 1, 2023 at 2:03:18 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:43:43 PM UTC-7, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:12:03 PM UTC-3, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other
professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory, there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis, there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.Read
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--Here it's a study in "Foundations".
Jan
Then, any effort in foundations would be very involved, in, for example,
the mathematical foundations, and, foundations of probability, and, foundations of physics.
Also it would involve the philosophy of science, the philosophy of logic,
and the technical philosophy.
It's a continuum mechanics.Anyone could parse that?
--I imagine: Curme could parse it.
Jan
When, there is a comma, sometimes it indicates,
pause or pregnant pause, contemplative pause or
pause for effect, pause for brevity, pause for
the natural that besides the standard comma
and the serial comma and the Oxford comma,
where it's required, (that also) it's optional.
When parsing, there is accidence, that the order
of terms, make parsing an endeavor of multiple passes
what results the scanning, to make for the lifting
of terms in structure, for a normal form of parsing.
The introduction of terms: is assumed to be cumulative.
Perhaps the most usual, actor, known for his,
stilted delivery, is along the lines of William Shatner's
James T. Kirk, in fact he's regularly mocked for it,
but, the pause for effect, in the written, is usually
the colon: or the comma.
Booker
Once, I submitted a writing sample for grammatical content:
it said "Grade 26". Of course, though long-winded, it's correct,
and mean to be either read or spoken, and as it is written.
Today, I added to my collection one of Hermann's tomes
or Volume II of "Vector Bundles in Mathematical Physics".
As the bookseller put it, "now you have the set".
I'm happy to have cultivated a warm and beneficial relationship,
first with the library, then with the bookseller, for authorships.
Here, it's that Einstein: has left "Out of My Later Years", for "us".Reading from Einstein: relativity and gravitational field
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yutLelN_t_Y
Cosmology, sky survey, Doppler, standard candles, hydrogen spectroscopy, LaGrange and Laplace, classical connections, Fitzgerald and Lorentz, complementary duals, computing the geodesy, "total differential equations",Reading from Einstein: the field, the time, and quantum probability
"in the space", dynamical models and time, linear and non-linear and singular
and non-singular duals, gravitational field equations, Riemannian metric and
covariance, bases of analytical freedom, the quasi-Euclidean, potential theory,
central symmetries, deconstructive/reconstructive accounts.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btAiSlW1eX4
Field equations, differential singularities, modern field theory, quantum theory,
probabilistic quantum theory, Heisenberg and Dirac and Schroedinger and de Broglie
and Bohm, discretization, Planck and running constants, geometry and a deconstructive
account of non-standard analysis, infinities and infinitesimals in mathematics and physics,
quantum spin, particle/wave duality, real wave function, locality and non-locality,
differential equations and the time.
On Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at 6:30:09 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 5:17:51 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 1:30:30 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:52:35 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:17:53 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Monday, May 1, 2023 at 2:03:18 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:43:43 PM UTC-7, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:12:03 PM UTC-3, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other
professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory, there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis, there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.Read
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--Here it's a study in "Foundations".
Jan
Then, any effort in foundations would be very involved, in, for example,
the mathematical foundations, and, foundations of probability, and,
foundations of physics.
Also it would involve the philosophy of science, the philosophy of logic,
and the technical philosophy.
It's a continuum mechanics.Anyone could parse that?
--I imagine: Curme could parse it.
Jan
When, there is a comma, sometimes it indicates,
pause or pregnant pause, contemplative pause or
pause for effect, pause for brevity, pause for
the natural that besides the standard comma
and the serial comma and the Oxford comma,
where it's required, (that also) it's optional.
When parsing, there is accidence, that the order
of terms, make parsing an endeavor of multiple passes
what results the scanning, to make for the lifting
of terms in structure, for a normal form of parsing.
The introduction of terms: is assumed to be cumulative.
Perhaps the most usual, actor, known for his,
stilted delivery, is along the lines of William Shatner's
James T. Kirk, in fact he's regularly mocked for it,
but, the pause for effect, in the written, is usually
the colon: or the comma.
Booker
Once, I submitted a writing sample for grammatical content:
it said "Grade 26". Of course, though long-winded, it's correct,
and mean to be either read or spoken, and as it is written.
Today, I added to my collection one of Hermann's tomes
or Volume II of "Vector Bundles in Mathematical Physics".
As the bookseller put it, "now you have the set".
I'm happy to have cultivated a warm and beneficial relationship,
first with the library, then with the bookseller, for authorships.
Here, it's that Einstein: has left "Out of My Later Years", for "us".Reading from Einstein: relativity and gravitational field
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yutLelN_t_Y
Cosmology, sky survey, Doppler, standard candles, hydrogen spectroscopy, LaGrange and Laplace, classical connections, Fitzgerald and Lorentz, complementary duals, computing the geodesy, "total differential equations",Reading from Einstein: the field, the time, and quantum probability
"in the space", dynamical models and time, linear and non-linear and singular
and non-singular duals, gravitational field equations, Riemannian metric and
covariance, bases of analytical freedom, the quasi-Euclidean, potential theory,
central symmetries, deconstructive/reconstructive accounts.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btAiSlW1eX4
Field equations, differential singularities, modern field theory, quantum theory,Reading from Einstein: continuity, instinct and intuition
probabilistic quantum theory, Heisenberg and Dirac and Schroedinger and de Broglie
and Bohm, discretization, Planck and running constants, geometry and a deconstructive
account of non-standard analysis, infinities and infinitesimals in mathematics and physics,
quantum spin, particle/wave duality, real wave function, locality and non-locality,
differential equations and the time.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4eTUKaFE7U
Field mechanics, fields and forces, central symmetries, nuclear forces, relativistic effect, Loch Ness monster, space contraction, ballet dance, relativistic nanogyroscopes, quantum fields, quantum interpretations, extra-local action, causality, requirements of theory, definition of a
model physicist, continuity and atomism, a Planck square, Heisenberg uncertainty and skew, nuclear theory, light and transmutation,
mass and charge and light and matter.
On Thursday, May 4, 2023 at 5:21:38 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at 6:30:09 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 5:17:51 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 1:30:30 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:52:35 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 12:17:53 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Monday, May 1, 2023 at 2:03:18 PM UTC-7, JanPB wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 1:43:43 PM UTC-7, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:12:03 PM UTC-3, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:03:23 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:19:29 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9:27:14 PM UTC-7, Maciej Wozniak wrote:
On Saturday, 29 April 2023 at 01:47:15 UTC+2, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 4:49:35 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 5:21:17 PM UTC-7, Ross Finlayson wrote:
Reading from Einstein: Einstein's relativity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ
Einstein the man, Einstein's stated opinions, the grandiose hedge, Einstein's environment,Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments
the annus mirabilis, Poincare and Minkowski, the sub-atomic, quantum mechanics, principles
of relativity, L-principle and Mach's principles, special relativity and general relativity, invariance
and conservation laws, laws of nature of a theory, predictions of relativity, persistence of vision
and peripheral parallax, space-contraction and Lorentz, the local and instantaneous, momentae
as changes or in inertial systems, gravity in acceleration and gravity in orbits, singularity theory
as the quasi-invariant, relativity as the quasi-invariant, Einstein's cosmological constant, mass-energy
equivalency, time and space-contraction, Lorentz and the metric, white holes and black holes,
field theories, theories of potential, total field theories.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc
Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI
If you read these it's key that:Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,Summarizing - some insane religious mumble.
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.
"Einstein is a grandiose hedge", and,
"Einstein is a generous, grandiose, hedge".
Here it's basically about attaching rotational singularities everywhere,
or "a Dirac sea now with white holes and rotating white holes",
what makes and keeps things quite simple while rehabilitating
the non-linear and rotational about the orthogonal.
Then, there's space-contraction, and of course about real effects of
the mass-energy equivalence in the rotational, for Sagnac and cie.
There's put GR in front of SR instead of the other way around.
There's kept the "L-principle" of Einstein and indeed his other
professed principles of Relativity Theory, that he summarized
at the tower of his career.
There's put down various silly notions that others thought wrongly.
Einstein though is a great and generous and grandiose hedge.
A key takeaway is about energy, vis-a-vis, the quantities: mass, and charge.Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"
It's that energy is only "secondarily fundamental" for complementary theories
of fundamental theories of mass, and charge, a fundamental theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY
Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,Yes, this reading of Einstein,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.
for Einstein's desiderata and requirements
of a theory that's for an Einstein's total field theory, there's that
"Light Speed Rest Frame" theory, and,
"Rest Exchange Momentum Theory", are,
pretty sweet,
with regards to real space-contraction,
in an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's General Relativity,
and an Einstein's total field theory's Einstein's Special Relativity,
with his local and global and space-time and "the time" and space(s),
that, I imagine he might enjoy that.
It's especially so where all data doesn't invalidate it.
Just looked him up on the Internet. Another EE. Sigh.About the Laplacian vis-a-vis Principal Component Analysis,Read
there's quite a bit of the free analysis bit that really makes a place for it.
PHYSICS WITHOUT EINSTEIN
Harold Aspden, PhD. 1969,
Revisited 1980, 1991, 2002
I wonder why it appears to be so frustrating to be an EE, why do they
all want to be physicists all of a sudden? It's as if all pianists suddenly
wanted to become organists. Yes, kind of similar but actually very different.
--Here it's a study in "Foundations".
Jan
Then, any effort in foundations would be very involved, in, for example,
the mathematical foundations, and, foundations of probability, and,
foundations of physics.
Also it would involve the philosophy of science, the philosophy of logic,
and the technical philosophy.
It's a continuum mechanics.Anyone could parse that?
--I imagine: Curme could parse it.
Jan
When, there is a comma, sometimes it indicates,
pause or pregnant pause, contemplative pause or
pause for effect, pause for brevity, pause for
the natural that besides the standard comma
and the serial comma and the Oxford comma,
where it's required, (that also) it's optional.
When parsing, there is accidence, that the order
of terms, make parsing an endeavor of multiple passes
what results the scanning, to make for the lifting
of terms in structure, for a normal form of parsing.
The introduction of terms: is assumed to be cumulative.
Perhaps the most usual, actor, known for his,
stilted delivery, is along the lines of William Shatner's
James T. Kirk, in fact he's regularly mocked for it,
but, the pause for effect, in the written, is usually
the colon: or the comma.
Booker
Once, I submitted a writing sample for grammatical content:
it said "Grade 26". Of course, though long-winded, it's correct,
and mean to be either read or spoken, and as it is written.
Today, I added to my collection one of Hermann's tomes
or Volume II of "Vector Bundles in Mathematical Physics".
As the bookseller put it, "now you have the set".
I'm happy to have cultivated a warm and beneficial relationship, first with the library, then with the bookseller, for authorships.
Here, it's that Einstein: has left "Out of My Later Years", for "us".Reading from Einstein: relativity and gravitational field
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yutLelN_t_Y
Cosmology, sky survey, Doppler, standard candles, hydrogen spectroscopy,Reading from Einstein: the field, the time, and quantum probability
LaGrange and Laplace, classical connections, Fitzgerald and Lorentz, complementary duals, computing the geodesy, "total differential equations",
"in the space", dynamical models and time, linear and non-linear and singular
and non-singular duals, gravitational field equations, Riemannian metric and
covariance, bases of analytical freedom, the quasi-Euclidean, potential theory,
central symmetries, deconstructive/reconstructive accounts.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btAiSlW1eX4
Field equations, differential singularities, modern field theory, quantum theory,Reading from Einstein: continuity, instinct and intuition
probabilistic quantum theory, Heisenberg and Dirac and Schroedinger and de Broglie
and Bohm, discretization, Planck and running constants, geometry and a deconstructive
account of non-standard analysis, infinities and infinitesimals in mathematics and physics,
quantum spin, particle/wave duality, real wave function, locality and non-locality,
differential equations and the time.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4eTUKaFE7U
Field mechanics, fields and forces, central symmetries, nuclear forces, relativistic effect, Loch Ness monster, space contraction, ballet dance, relativistic nanogyroscopes, quantum fields, quantum interpretations, extra-local action, causality, requirements of theory, definition of a model physicist, continuity and atomism, a Planck square, Heisenberg uncertainty and skew, nuclear theory, light and transmutation,Reading from Einstein: field theory and continuity, mathematical
mass and charge and light and matter.
1 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p3LJEBS68s
2 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8zX5PukCW4
Antique physics, theoretical physics, Anaximander, Heraclitus, Leucippus, Democritus,
Zeno and Aristotle, concluding "Out of My Later Years" Chapter 13: Physics and Reality,
central symmetries and bridges, central symmetries and Einstein's teacup, the rotational
symmetry's "cube wall", Einstein summarizes relativity theory in field theory in physics
and begifts his model physicist.
On 2023-05-06 06:22:16 +0000, Maciej Wozniak said:
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And in the meantime in the real world, forbidden bythe sorry idiot improper clocks keep measuringimproper t'=t in improper seconds.
At the 705th attempt you still can't quote your idiotic statement accurately. If it's too difficult to remember, why not get your
computer to remember it for you? Then you can just copy and paste.
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And in the meantime in the real world, forbidden bythe sorry idiot
improper clocks keep measuringimproper t'=t in improper seconds.
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