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Amateur -1

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About Amateur -1

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    Quark
  • Birthday 02/28/1947

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  • Location
    just north of Housyon Texas
  • Interests
    Ham Radio any Electronics ,hunting & fishing, camping
    Physics and amateur archaeologist, Radio Radio telescope
  • College Major/Degree
    Some College
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Physics and amateur archaeologist
  • Occupation
    retired Investagor
  1. These Kits came Hobby Lobby. This when I made my gyro. I made mine a little bigger just to see if I could And it did work ,but I do not have the means to do test any kind testing. But, just my be you can see it now. What is the nylon/plastic for in your diagram? They hold the bottom and top magnets and align the shift magnets so the magnets a prose each other. Making it float on the fields.
  2. Dear 'John Cuthber' 1. I only told you about the trains doe to they are magnetically Levitated 2. What I was talking being costly is the off the self Magnetic bearings. 3. Back in the early 90's The HIA [Houston Inventors Association] members gave magnetic barring gyro kits for the Schools class's to put together. What you see here is just some of the parts in the kits. Along with my Ids for HIA. These Kits came Hobby Lobby. This when I made my gyro.
  3. Dear John Cuthber; I have one of thouse toys also, but do you understand that in Germany & Japan they are working on high-speed trains that totally float on magnets fields. Also they are very coustly but you can get on the market Magnetic floating barring.
  4. Amateur -1 Well the one that I made was made from a 9" flywheel off a out board motor and was about 3.5Lb. And I can assure you the that ½ in. By 3/8th. thick button magnets are strong enough that you can not pull the apart & for sure that you and a friend would be able push them together.
  5. Go to you gun shop they already have this equipment.
  6. This is what I have done some time back. And it is cheep along with doing in you home shop.
  7. Hello; I am [ Amateur -1] I am 65 years old and back in 2006 -2007 I went by Aphla-137. Then I moved to working nights and stopped posting. I am now off for from a work injury, and most likely I will retire the second time. That is why I came back to discuss physics one of my hobby’s. As I said earlier I am sixty five I could not remember that used Alpha-137 or my password. So I started back as Amateur -1. If you look at broth profiles you can see I am one and the same, I was not and am not trying to hide anything. My Avatar is our
  8. swansont, on 1 May 2012 - 03:48 AM, said: "Any independent test of the conjecture that the field of the atoms at the edge of the slits is what causes the deflection? Doesn't this imply that the material matters, rather than (or in addition to) the geometry?" Sir; What I am Saying & Einstein said that ALL MASS has Gravity extending from it's, now days most scientist call it at very short range " ACCRENTION " Sir did you even read my answer to your question?????? OK; I now understand now; Back in the 70’s I paid over $4,000 to take a class of a Nobel Prize winner, and th
  9. Sir; These are very old experiments. And What I was trying to suggest is that some times we need to use the newer technology to recheck some of the older experiments. Please Sir all Im asking is for your or anyone else’s conception or what you call “ Speculations.” on this. Please read my post at Today, 10:06 AM
  10. Sir; I have grate respect for anyone that has polished the nose of my Hero before doing a physics test, I have not, But I was very lucky to meat him in person one time. It is not just my concept of the edge's of the slits here, What I was trying to suggest is that some times we need to use the newer technology to recheck some of the older experiments. You are most likely setting at your desk and in your desk you most likely have a laser-pointer. I ask what is your concept of why if you aimed that laser-pointer at a rod that is the very same as the with
  11. I am Sorry about the picture!Hi Ophiolite; If you remember that I was downloading a daily NOAA and SUGS maps and was tracking what I conceived as gravitational waves. And when a weaker G-wave that Would cause a area lower temp in an area of warmer area; [ Due to lower G-force making the water sobering less heat.] crossed a fault -line it would it would lesion the gravity locking stress on the fault and cause an Earthquake. An example ;
  12. Hello Ophiolite; It has been about eight years last that we talked. Your thoughts are fine and as always you still try to help new comers, but as you my come to see that I am no new comer. And you can see nothing has changed. My dyslexic way seeing and thinking along with wording things is keeping me From communicating to people. Back in the early 90's I stopped talking on the forums, when as now you my Remember that I tried to worn the officials in Turkey two days in advance of an Earthquke and Tens of thousands of people died. Amateur -1, ak
  13. Science took a wrong turn. It all took a wrong turn with the missed understanding of the double slit experiment in the 20's. And along with the discovery of the universe is expanding that took everyone away for Einstein's work that was right ON , but no one would pay attention to him any longer. Well with the new MIT very high speed camera I know that the 1920's experiment can be turned around and be totally understood and fully predictable. And GR and QM can be expressed in a consistent language. Part #2 And yes Einstein’s Cosmological Constant can explain a static
  14. To ukgazzer; That was the best post that I have seen on this or any other science forum in 50 + years that I have been debating physics starting in coffeehouse in the sixties. swansont The one that I respect the most on this forum has one of the most closed-mind of any here! And that is really sad !! It all took a wrong turn with the missed understanding of the double slit experiment in the 20's. And along with the discovery of the universe is expanding that took everyone away for Einstein's work that was right ON , but no one would pay attention to him any longer.
  15. To ukgazzer;

    That Was the best post that I have seen on this or anyother sicienceforum in 50 + years that I have been debating physics starting in coffeshops in the sexties.

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