The Expanding Universe

Discussion of the astronomical and cosmological aspects of a universe of motion.
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Re: The Expanding Universe

Post by user737 » Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:47 am

One plausible explanation for why Antarctica is off limits to most, I am apt to believe, has to do with the rumored higher relative abundance of radioactive earth metals that tend to accumulate at and around the planetary magnetic poles.

Those materials, if collected in sufficient quantity and properly extracted and concentrated would be an excellent power source.

But since we've gone and associated radioactive material with terrorism (a la the fake nuclear atom bomb) there's absolutely no chance that would be allowed! Anything more than one single atom of Uranium and we'll have to shoot you where you stand!

What I see is a national-level effort to prohibit further investigation and study into nuclear sciences except for where those activities are closely controlled.

One such controlled location is the Breazeale Nuclear Reactor maintained and operated by The Pennsylvania State University Radiation Science & Engineering Center in University Park, PA: https://www.rsec.psu.edu/

Caption of photo at bottom references "...senior reactor operator and undergraduate student intern..." (undergraduate intern, interesting... never heard that one before).

Here you can see the light given off by the core material during critical operations (blue!!):
https://youtu.be/UxQdS0pbpKo?t=246

No such observation was possible during my work in the field as the core was fully sealed and shielded within a separate area with no entry and very limited visibility in. Such light emissions would not be noted in the least, especially through yellow-tinged borated glass.

Therefore, a nuclear explosion should give off light in the blue to violet visible spectrum and not yellow/red (low speed). Accompanying would be gamma and possibly x-ray burst. As well, RF spike (initial blast) and EMP from thermal motion as magnetic motion in 2nd unit equivalent space.

Here we have another push to re-enforce the narrative that functional nuclear weapons exist:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... ussia.html

Video of the event. Note, this occurred in Russia (so anyone who challenges the narrative that Putin isn't covering this up is obviously a russian plant!): https://youtu.be/tUoi1cdXUuY

FINAL DISPOSITION: CONFIRM. NOT A NUKE.
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Re: The Expanding Universe

Post by bperet » Sun Aug 18, 2019 5:39 pm

user737 wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:47 am
One plausible explanation for why Antarctica is off limits to most, I am apt to believe, has to do with the rumored higher relative abundance of radioactive earth metals that tend to accumulate at and around the planetary magnetic poles.
I had not heard that before. Of course, we would not see that at the north pole because of the arctic ocean. There are a couple considerations... it could be that the distribution of elements favors heavier elements in that region; I would have to review Nehru's paper on abundance to see what would have to change to modify the distribution. Alternately, the magnetic ionization level could have increased, which would make MORE elements radioactive (like gold when it got to 2). This would be a big puzzle to conventional science, as they elements would become stable when they brought them back to the lab.

But I still do not understand the political interest... I agree completely about the suppression of the use of radioactive materials. In the 1920s, they were being actively used by many researchers (like T. Henry Moray, here in Utah) with remarkable energy-producing results. Put quite a scare into the oil industry!
user737 wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:47 am
Therefore, a nuclear explosion should give off light in the blue to violet visible spectrum and not yellow/red (low speed). Accompanying would be gamma and possibly x-ray burst. As well, RF spike (initial blast) and EMP from thermal motion as magnetic motion in 2nd unit equivalent space.
That is the logical conclusion from the Reciprocal System premise. As you stated, we don't see that in color footage of nuclear bombs going off.
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Re: The Expanding Universe

Post by Gopi » Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:18 am

wsitze wrote:
Wed Jun 12, 2019 5:12 pm
I spent nearly 4 years as a fusing specialist (AF) for some of the earlier (and later) fission weapons. I'm probably one of the few people you know who has seen plutonium up close and too personal. If they don't work, what was being loaded under the wings of fighter jets during the Cuban Crises?
From your personal experience, have you seen an explosion of any type, howsoever small? If that is so, then it is important to know the conditions. I think the issue here is not whether they work, but how: melting or explosion. An explosion requires a force outward that has been balanced by a force inward, up to a certain point when the force outward overwhelms the force inward. In chemical bonds, as Larson mentioned, there is an equilibrium between inward and outward motion.

In case of radioactive decay, the only equilibrium I see is between the progression of the reference system, and inward gravity. Even according to conventional science, two "nuclei" do not do anything together except disintegrate and release heat. A heat, or light wave, is very different from an acoustic shock wave that is part of an explosion.

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Re: The Expanding Universe

Post by wsitze » Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:40 pm

Sorry I'm late getting this reply posted. Part of the reason is I'm slow, and doe to that, unduly busy. I also had a reply ready and lost it because of a delay long enough that I had to log in, and hadn't otherwise saved it.

Let's start with the basics: if you lay out a line of gunpowder and ignite it, you will get a fizzle down the line, maybe with sparks, and perhaps set fire to something if you don't use a nonflammable surface. If you contain that gunpowder in two dimensions, and partially in the third (as in a tube capped on one end), you may have cheated a rocket. If containment is three dimensional, then you have a bomb if the amount of gunpowder is enough to overcome the containment. If the container has a hole with a suitable plug, then you will have a firearm, or gun. The barrel of a gun is to accelerate the mass of the bullet by the expanding gases. You have released the bound up chemical energy, as is the case with an automobile, a rocket, TNT, and a conventional bomb, all of which, I presume, uses a hydrocarbon and/or a nitrate. All explosions are the release of enough energy (heat) to escape a containment. The process seems to always start with the addition of more heat or energy, causing a sudden and very rapid energy release. For something like nitroglycerin, that additional heat can be a sudden movement. In all the foregoing cases, to achieve something usable is a matter of engineering containment and release of the process.
Gopi wrote:
Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:18 am
n case of radioactive decay, the only equilibrium I see is between the progression of the reference system, and inward gravity. Even according to conventional science, two "nuclei" do not do anything together except disintegrate and release heat. A heat, or light wave, is very different from an acoustic shock wave that is part of an explosion.
If a fissionable isotope (U-235 or Pu-240) is used, a single atom can decay, releasing high energy decay components, including neutrons. If those neutrons reach other similar atoms, they will also decay, or fission, releasing more high energy components with neutrons. More of the same will create a chain reaction. If you gather enough of the isotope, you can achieve critical mass, which left to itself, will blow itself apart, leaving a radioactive and toxic mess. Again, it's a matter of engineering containment and release. To achieve a nuclear explosion, you must force fissionable material into enough quantity (critical mass) long enough to achieve enough fission generations to be meaningful. That is done with conventional explosives. A gun type design has been used to blow one block of fissionable material into another. The design usually used is designed to implode the fissionable material inward to achieve critical mass.with the desired timing. It's a very fast reaction that produces a very large explosion. A 20 kiloton weapon that can be easily flown on a plane is equivalent to 20.000 pounds of TNT, which would be difficult to wrestle on a plane. Now scale that to a megaton weapon (they do exist). A nuclear power plant just separates the atoms with moderators to product heat in a controlled explosion. Note that Dr. Melvin Cook in his book Prehistory and Earth Models suggests that all bodies of fissionable ore can be examined using nuclear pile equations.
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In all cases, from chemical devices, to nuclear bombs, to nova and supernova, to Seifert galaxies and quasars, energy is released as heat. The explosion produce a shock wave in all cases, no matter the size and manner of the explosion. Review Larson's book on quasars and pulsars, along with his development of the cause of nova and supernova. It's all a matter of containment and release
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