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Einsteinís mathematician
Posted on Friday, March 26, 2021 @ 11:15:56 GMT by vlad

From CosmosMagazine.com: History: Einstein’s mathematician/ by Jeff Glorfeld/ Overcame obstacles to become a towering mathematician.

Amalie Emmy Noether was born on 23 March 1882, in the Bavarian city of Erlangen.

Her father, Max Noether, was called “one of the finest mathematicians of the nineteenth century” by Leon Lederman and Christopher Hill in their book Symmetry and the Beautiful Universe, and she was to follow in his footsteps.

A story in journal Science News on 23 June 2018 carried the headline: “In her short life, mathematician Emmy Noether changed the face of physics”...

...A problem had arisen with Albert Einstein’s new theory, general relativity, which had been introduced several months earlier.

It seemed that Einstein’s work did not adhere to a principle known as conservation of energy, which states that energy can change forms but can never be destroyed. Total energy is supposed to remain constant. 

She resolved the issue with one of two theorems she proved that year, American science writer Steve Nadis wrote in 2017, “by showing that energy may not be conserved ‘locally’ – that is, in an arbitrarily small patch of space – but everything works out when the space is sufficiently large”. 

Nadis continued: “The other theorem, which would ultimately have a far greater impact, uncovered an intimate link between conservation laws (such as the conservation of energy) and the symmetries of nature, a connection that physicists have exploited ever since.

“Today, our current grasp of the physical world, from subatomic particles to black holes, draws heavily upon this theorem, now known simply as Noether’s theorem.”

In 1918 Noether published her work, of which American theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said: “That theorem has been a guiding star to twentieth and twenty-first century physics.”


A 2015 article in the Washington Post cites a letter Einstein sent to the New York Times after Noether’s death. 

“In the judgment of the most competent living mathematicians,” penned the great man, “Fraulein Noether was the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began.”

Source: https://cosmosmagazine.com/mathematics/science-history-einstein-s-mathematician/



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Noether's theorems (Score: 1)
by solaris on Thursday, April 01, 2021 @ 17:23:40 GMT
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I continue to be flabbergasted by the majority of classical physicist who, despite  the fact that we actually know so little about the universe we live in (only 4% we can see and measure, the rest of 96% is dark matter and dark energy, stuff that currently we can't see, detect or even comprehend!) AND the universally accepted Noether's theorems, they still vehemently oppose even looking at any experimental so called "over unity" devices, that may very well violate locally only the law of energy conservation!!!

What is so hard to understand that once the quantum vacuum field is somehow connected with (resonate with/rectified, etc.), that small patch of space where the device operates (because there can be no isolated system from the QVF) has instant access to a sufficiently large space, where everything will work out in terms of energy conservation (as per first Noether's theorem)???

These are not all stupid people, so the only explanation of such an unprogressive attitude is that, for a good (bad, in my opinion!) reason, such behavior is intentional.

Re: Noether's theorems (Score: 1)
by yru4 on Sunday, June 06, 2021 @ 14:32:04 GMT
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However, it does pay to keep an open mind on this subject for the ramifications are great.  

For example, Dr. Puthoff theorized that the nature of the vacuum energy is highly randomized electromagnetic energy, and the source is the motion of all the charge carriers in the universe.  

If this is true, then the next step in the train of hypotheses becomes very interesting.  What if we consider the vacuum energy to be a conduit, rather than a source, to this motion of matter in the universe? - we just convert whatever non-random or directed motion of these charge carriers into useful work which will ultimately end up (or dissipate) as a more random motion of matter.  

The First Law is not violated since energy of the Universe is conserved (you have to draw your thermodynamic boundaries correctly), and the Second Law is not violated since the energy extraction and dissipation resulted in an increase in the entropy of the Universe.  One could half-jokingly say that the kinetic energy of earth's orbit was very slightly reduced!  As long as there is non- random motion of mass in the Universe, there is the potential for us to use this "energy source" - I suggest the vacuum energy may be the the conduit to do this.

A lot of hypotheses and theories strung together, but sort of fun to speculate about it all - the ramifications of being able to "tap" the vacuum energy are so enormous that we should explore every avenue to see if it is possible.

Jon "Free Energy 'R Us" Noring



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