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Absolutely we should know better, its almost like these jurisdictions where put in place so we would fail. Its well-known that overcleaning leads to health problems in children, its called the hygiene hypothesis. This is the current leading theory of how hospital superbugs arose in the first place. They should have quarantined the elderly first and the younger develop a natural immunity while not hyping the death rate since the common flu kills more people in a year. In short, we've been lied to.

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2 minutes ago, Dubbelosix said:

Absolutely we should know better, its almost like these jurisdictions where put in place so we would fail. Its well-known that overcleaning leads to health problems in children, its called the hygiene hypothesis. This is the current leading theory's throw hospital superbugs arose in the first place. They should have quarantined the elderly first and the younger develop a natural immunity while not hyping the death rate since the common flu kills more people in a year. In short, we've been lied to.

It's alright, evolution is in place here, hopefully a valuable lesson was learned as I said. People will talk about this in 100 years and think about the lesson that was learned by humans during this time.

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But I will leave this offer open on this thread, you could always calculate that plasma flow to that it has no turbulence using your equations but I won't force you. There are two devices that would benefit from this the Fusion reactor and another device, but the choice is yours, whether you realize it or not this world is a brutal and cold one, so think about it, maybe Einstein wasn't wrong, Oppenheimer's weapon did end world war II.

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The factor pi showing up in e(B x v') = π  mc³/r ⋅ dU(r)/dr ⋅k(B)T  may not be all that mystical. I mean, why should. How do we interpret it? There may be many ways, for instance, it may be directly attached to the central potential where the particle travels around the fixed axis, 

e(B x v') = πdU(r)/dr⋅ mc³/r ⋅ kT 

and by applying a dimensionless N

e(B x v') = πNdU(r)/dr⋅ mc³/r ⋅ kT 

Then the ratio 

k = πN/r

Looks a lot like the wave number, an object more conventially written as 

k = πN/a

where "a" is the distance which is the wave repeteny or magnitude of the wave of the particle. Its a spatial frequency of of the wave, and in this case if it associated to central potential, would enter related to the spatial frequency roundthe fixed axis. To bet visualize this, it is best seen as the number of the waves per unit of time, so the wave number has units of inverse one over length, but is measured like a per unit of time. Sometimes, you might find a coefficient of 2 with it, but because of some specific derivations this  as not always be the case, for instance, one formula can look like

k = 2π/r

whereas you will encounter 

k = π/r

In the equations which describe the Casimir effect.

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let's go back a few steps and say we want to make a fully gravitational version  of the acceleration and temperature, to do so just requires a few tweaks.

e(B x v') = 1/2mc² ⋅ 1/r ⋅ dU(r)/dr ⋅ Ja

we would replace the general acceleration for the connection of the field, Γ of can also be written with the general notation of the gravitational acceleration g, so let's plug it in

e(B x v') = 1/2mc² ⋅ 1/r ⋅ dU(r)/dr ⋅ Jg

The analogue of the Hawking temperature to the analoge Unruh temperature is

e(B x v') = 1/2mc² ⋅ 1/r ⋅ dU(r)/dr ⋅ Jg

T = Jg/2πck(B)

rewriting these physics in means we would also want to redefine the maximal acceleration further upper the limit of the Planck force. So often we associate these units with hat of black holes, the acceleration becomes

a = c⁴/Gm

where F(max) is now 

F(max) =  c⁴/G

upper limit of the gravitational field, though it a field as I stress again, the force term is replaced by distortions of the spacetime when translating from Newtonian to Einstein physics.  Using all these things we now get

e(B x v') = 1/2mc² ⋅ 1/r ⋅ dU(r)/dr ⋅ Jc⁴/Gm

e(B x v') = π ⋅ mc³/r ⋅ dU(r)/dr ⋅ k(B)T

We see our second equation has changed any form when considering the temperature from the Hawking model, we get exactly the same format if we used the Unruh definition or Hawkings.

 

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