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  1. I have finished a new idea that appears to unify all of the force except the weak nuclear force (I need to research that more to understand it). Here is the PDF file: 20201001 Wave-Diode Theory.pdf
  2. I have a new unification theory that may be better than my older ideas. The older ideas calculated, but were somewhat not probably. This new theory is more probable and matches all the measured data for the strong force, gravitation, electromagnetic unification with Planck's constant and therefore matter. It keeps the wave-particle system together. Here's the PDF: 20200828WaveCurvatures.pdf I'll post the equations in a while in the thread.
  3. PDF file: 20200726WaveCurvatures.pdf I have made some adjustments to the theory, as I found the strain equations in my last set of equations to not match between energy of particles and their gravitational curvature leak. I've fixed them in the equations in this pdf file. I'll write out the equations over the next few days, but they can be found in the above pdf file.
  4. I once created an experiment where I passed UV light thru a one inch copper coil and into a test bed of photographic film. The effect of passing light thru a metal is called "Plasma oscillation" see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plasma_oscillation The only problem is that I passed the 450 nm UV light thru a copper coil and it modified the wavelength down to around 40 nm. Which is the spectrum that is transparent to copper. So the question I have is this. Is there a theory that describes that affect of magnetic field modification of wavelength? And where do I access the equations for said th
  5. So I am new to this science forum so please have mercy. I just have some basic questions about electrostatic forces. I hope these are not too vague. So basically from my understanding, if you have two oppositely charged particles, the opposites will attract due to the electrostatic force. The strength of force is predicted by Coloumb’s law. My question is can these charged particles also be charged objects? And when they attract and meet, is there a formula for the speed and time that they would take to be joined together? I want to understand the affect of the electrostatic force on objects.
  6. Could this lead to a WW3, especially Trump got elected and he declared that he will bomb all Muslims and will Iran take his statement seriously to attack first??? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQkx7_Ar8qA There are signs that Iran may be working toward an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) strike on the United States.“Once Iran has a nuclear weapon, they are ready to launch an EMP attack against us,” former CIA director James Woolsey told For the Record. "I think they have conducted launches of satellites of the type that you, and in the direction you would want for an EMP attack."In addition to t
  7. A recent news article stated that the cause of shell shock had been identified. They identified the unique brain damage associated with the brain damage but did not identify the mechanism that caused it. Shell shock was quite prevalent in WWI, but not as prevalent in WWII, the Korean War and in Vietnam, at least for U.S. soldiers. The erratic emotional responses that are characteristic of a shell shock victim has reappeared in recent military engagements. There is a specific thread that links the cause of shell shock. Chemical explosions create a intense electromagnetic pulse (EMP). The milita
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