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Maxwell's Hole - An exceptionally elegant "Theory of Everything"
Science Via Keelynet.com: In this article, we will make the mathematical case that there is a hole in Maxwell's equations which should not be there, given that we started with the same basic hypothesis as Maxwell did: A physical, fluid-like medium called "aether" exists.

Maxwell did not explicitly use this underlying hypothesis, but abstracted it away. This leads to a mathematically inconsistent model wherein, for example, units of measurements do not match in his definition for the electric potential field.

By correcting this obvious flaw in the model and extending it with a definition for the gravity field, we obtain a simple, elegant, complete and mathematically consistent "theory of everything" without "gauge freedom", the fundamental theoretical basis for Quantum Weirdness which we must therefore reject.

Posted by vlad on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 @ 23:16:43 EDT (347 reads)
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory reactor fails
Science From Physics Today: Director forced to step down after Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory reactor fails
The world’s most powerful spherical tokamak will be off-line for a year while new magnets are built.

The director of the flagship US fusion research laboratory was forced to resign in the wake of a mishap that has caused an extended shutdown of one of the world’s top fusion experiments. The failure two months ago of a magnet at the National Spherical Torus Experiment Upgrade (NSTX-U) is expected to take the machine out of commission for a year...
Posted by vlad on Monday, October 03, 2016 @ 14:09:22 EDT (665 reads)
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Supercapacitor Breakthrough for Better Energy Storage
Science Via KeelyNet.com: Research by a German team could aid the superconductor industry by improving capacitance by an order of magnitude compared to current approaches. The researchers identified the improvement when using a "hybrid mix" of potassium ferricyanide in aqueous media.

In a paper titled "High-Performance Hybrid Energy Storage with Potassium Ferricyanide Redox Electrolyte," the team from the Leibniz Institute for New Materials (INM) in Saarbrücken also described how they overcame current leakage with an ion-exchange membrane.

The team, led by Professor Volker Presser of INM’s Energy Materials program division, found the hybrid medium had an energy capacity of 28.3 watt-hours per kilogram, or 11.4 watt-hours per liter.
Posted by vlad on Friday, September 30, 2016 @ 22:24:22 EDT (565 reads)
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A Cure for Global Crisis
Science From Michael Waters site Cureforglobalcrises.com: Crises/ We now face the greatest convergence of global crises in the history of our civilization. Each is synergistic and complex. The cascading consequences of these threats are beyond our current ability to address with current strategy, science, technology, resources or politics...

...Yet, from a new scientific perspective, both the cause and potential solution to the overwhelming complexity of these issues has become crystal clear. In fact, maybe it all comes down to correcting just two basic mistakes.

The Cause - The issues seem complex because several of our most basic assumptions in science are flawed. These misunderstandings have led to a predictable chain of events that have led us to this point. The greater the level of mainstream education, the more implausible that statement may seem, but that is also part of the problem. Science often involves defense of existing assumption rather than open minded exploration of the unknown. This is not a condemnation of science. It is simply the identification of a disease that has infected it.
Posted by vlad on Saturday, September 10, 2016 @ 17:07:33 EDT (955 reads)
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Electric Power from the Earth’s Magnetic Field
Science Via Physics.Aps.Org : Focus: Electric Power from the Earth’s Magnetic Field

A loophole in a result from classical electromagnetism could allow a simple device on the Earth’s surface to generate a tiny electric current from the planet’s magnetic field.

Tapping into Earth’s rotation. Although the Earth’s magnetic field is not aligned exactly with the planet’s rotation axis, there is a component of the field that is symmetric about this axis. A proposed device interacting with this component would extract energy from the Earth’s rotation to produce electric power.

Posted by vlad on Monday, August 08, 2016 @ 14:18:32 EDT (1662 reads)
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Atomic bits despite zero-point energy?
Science From ScienceDaily.com: Atomic bits despite zero-point energy? Scientists explore novel ways of developing stable nanomagnets

Date: July 8, 2016/ Source: Forschungszentrum Juelich
Summary: Scientists have found out that zero-point energy plays an important role in the stability of nanomagnets. These are of great technical interest for the magnetic storage of data, but so far have never been sufficiently stable. Researchers are now pointing the way to making it possible to produce nanomagnets with low zero-point energy and thus a higher degree of stability.
Posted by vlad on Saturday, July 09, 2016 @ 22:39:11 EDT (1816 reads)
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The Little Engine That Could
Science Via APS Physics: Researchers propose a stochastic heat engine that runs without an external control system.

A car engine is an everyday example of a heat engine—a device that turns thermal energy into mechanical work. Scaled down to microscopic sizes, however, these devices can harness work from otherwise unwanted random thermal motion. But such stochastic heat engines are typically nonautonomous because they rely on an external control system to operate. As a result, they consume more energy than the work they produce. Chiara Daraio and Marc Serra-Garcia from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, and colleagues have now come up with a design for an autonomous, classical stochastic heat engine. The system could be an ideal toy model with which to study thermodynamics on the microscale.
Posted by vlad on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 @ 21:23:53 EDT (2352 reads)
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Bizarre fourth state of water discovered
Science From Gizmag/Science: Bizarre fourth state of water discovered
A sample of beryl and an illustration that shows the strange shape water molecules take when found in the mineral's cage-like channels (Credit: ORNL/Jeff Scovil)

You already know that water can have three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. But scientists at the Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL) have discovered that when it's put under extreme pressure in small spaces, the life-giving liquid can exhibit a strange fourth state known as tunneling.
Posted by vlad on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 @ 10:49:16 EDT (2041 reads)
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Exotic properties of unidimensional atoms' chain
Science Anonymous writes: Scientists find surprising magnetic excitations in a metallic compound

In this bulk metallic compound, we unexpectedly found one-dimensional magnetic excitations that are typical of insulating materials whose main source of magnetism is the spin of its electrons," said physicist Igor Zaliznyak, who led the research at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory. "Our new understanding of how spinons contribute to the magnetism of an orbital-dominated system could potentially lead to the development of technologies that make use of orbital magnetism—for example, quantum computing components such as magnetic data processing and storage devices.

Posted by vlad on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 @ 22:20:36 EDT (2236 reads)
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Pilot-wave theory strikes back
Science Anonymous writes: With few decades of delay the Pilot-wave theory  seems to be proven trues. A Team of physicists from Toronto, using the latest gentel probing techniques succeeded to prove the Pilot-Wave theory in the double slit experiment.

From Quanta Magazine: New Support for Alternative Quantum View

An experiment claims to have invalidated a decades-old criticism against pilot-wave theory, an alternative formulation of quantum mechanics that avoids the most baffling features of the subatomic universe.

Posted by vlad on Saturday, May 28, 2016 @ 17:19:35 EDT (3126 reads)
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Energy in Space is Hiding in Plain View Disguised as Magnetic Vector Potential
Science FDT writes: The central issue in zero-point energy extraction is that space is not an empty vacuum. Mainstream physics attempts to disguise this fact by altering the meaning of displacement current from the original meaning. In his 1861 paper "On Physical Lines of Force", James Clerk-Maxwell introduced the novel concept of displacement current as well as identifying Faraday's electrotonic state with electromagnetic momentum. The latter now appears in modern textbooks as a vector, usually denoted by the symbol A, but without any physical meaning whatsoever. And likewise displacement current is introduced in modern textbooks devoid of the physical meaning that Maxwell was hinting at.

Posted by vlad on Saturday, May 14, 2016 @ 20:59:03 EDT (2675 reads)
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Physicists discover flaws in superconductor theory
Science Anonymous writes: From Phys.org: University of Houston physicists report finding major theoretical flaws in the generally accepted understanding of how a superconductor traps and holds a magnetic field. More than 50 years ago, C.P. Bean, a scientist at General Electric, developed a theoretical explanation known as the "Bean Model" or "Critical State Model."

The basic property of superconductors is that they represent zero "resistance" to electrical circuits. In a way, they are the opposite of toasters, which resist electrical currents and thereby convert energy into heat. Superconductors consume zero energy and can store it for a long period of time. Those that store magnetic energy —known as "trapped field magnets" or TFMs—can behave like a magnet.

Posted by vlad on Monday, April 11, 2016 @ 01:43:54 EDT (3130 reads)
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Puzzling Electrons behavior in new metamaterials
Science Anonymous writes: A weird behavior of the electrons has been observed while studying new kind of crystal. According to the observation with a special scanning tunneling microscope, the electrons with a peculiar momentum sink in the material layer to appear on the other side.

From Phys.Org: Down the rabbit hole: How electrons travel through exotic new material

New research from Princeton University demonstrates the bizarre movement of electrons through a novel material called a Weyl semi-metal. The image shows a schematic of the connections at special values of electron momentum, which come in pairs and are called Weyl points (red and blue dots). An electron that leaves the surface on a red point can return through its partner blue point, and vice versa. This bizarre behavior is due to the 'topological'connections through the bulk of the material. Credit: Yazdani et al., Princeton University.

Posted by vlad on Friday, March 11, 2016 @ 12:48:10 EST (3736 reads)
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Gravitational waves detected for 1st time
Science News release Feb 11, 2016 from LIGO Caltech: LIGO Opens New Window on the Universe with Observation of Gravitational Waves from Colliding Black Holes

WASHINGTON, DC/Cascina, Italy

For the first time, scientists have observed ripples in the fabric of spacetime called gravitational waves, arriving at the earth from a cataclysmic event in the distant universe. This confirms a major prediction of Albert Einstein’s 1915 general theory of relativity and opens an unprecedented new window onto the cosmos.

Gravitational waves carry information about their dramatic origins and about the nature of gravity that cannot otherwise be obtained. Physicists have concluded that the detected gravitational waves were produced during the final fraction of a second of the merger of two black holes to produce a single, more massive spinning black hole. This collision of two black holes had been predicted but never observed.
Posted by vlad on Friday, February 19, 2016 @ 20:55:36 EST (4087 reads)
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Why a new physics theory could rewrite the textbooks
Science WGUGLINSKI writes: To: Prof. Anthony W. Thomas, Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow, University of Adelaide

Dear Prof. Anthony W. Thomas

Regarding the paper “Why a new physics theory could rewrite the textbooks”, published in Physical Review Letters (January 27, 2016), and concerning the experiments made in the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator, you say:

"For many scientists, the idea that the internal structure of protons might change under certain circumstances can seem absurd, even sacrilegious. To others like myself, evidence of this internal change is highly sought after and would help to explain some inconsistencies in theoretical physics."


Posted by vlad on Friday, January 29, 2016 @ 12:56:13 EST (3930 reads)
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