MATHISIAN PHYSICS AND LENR: A PRELIMINARY (AND TENTATIVE) GUIDE -- by Josh G

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MATHISIAN PHYSICS AND LENR: A PRELIMINARY (AND TENTATIVE) GUIDE -- by Josh G

Post by Cr6 on Thu Jul 05, 2018 1:45 am

Not a new Mathis paper but covers Miles' works:
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https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5nqCJFoFccdRWNlVzdPN1ptOGM/view
https://goo.gl/5kgB0G

MATHISIAN PHYSICS AND LENR: A PRELIMINARY (AND TENTATIVE) GUIDE

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Re: MATHISIAN PHYSICS AND LENR: A PRELIMINARY (AND TENTATIVE) GUIDE -- by Josh G

Post by Jared Magneson on Sat Jul 07, 2018 2:03 am

Nice to see Josh diving in more there, but I hesitate to think of it as a synopsis for layfolk, or new readers. It's still a bit overwhelming for me (if I pretend I'd not read it all 437 times already and still failed to digest it all!) so I'm curious if we can help him out and do some graphical stuff that would really make it cleaner. The writing is fine. Just, it's the internet. Graphics are an option and they're a very powerful one.

Maybe we just need to make him some nice tiles/icons. I don't know, just tossing around ideas here.

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Post by Cr6 on Sun Jul 08, 2018 9:24 pm

That's what I was thinking too. Josh has good and pretty comprehensive coverage but maybe not the best for a Mathis intro?  I don't really know. There's people with his type of background that could pick this paper up and run with it. A lot of the LENR type of folks may go deep with it?

I do agree that Josh needs to use Nevyn's MBL to get more up to date diagrams to share. A good (Maya?) diagram of Pd-deutrium might help as well to see it in terms of what Josh was describing:

https://www.nevyns-lab.com/mathis/app/mbl/mbl.html?mbl=Pd-H-Pd-H

I was actually impressed that Josh took the bull by the horns and tried to wrangle the theory down into how he saw it actually physically working.  Obviously, like a lot others, he probably looked at other papers and circled back on Miles once the others logically sputtered out. Miles may build a new audience of people looking at trying things with the C.F. in areas that are already discounted by mainstream physics like LENR.  He's looking for "cheap" (most efficient/inexpensively tapped) Charge Field style heat/output to fuel a LENR type reactor. Perhaps only those knowledgeable of Nikolai Tesla type solutions could start to leverage Miles in a constructive way (IMHO) -- they may try really new things like in Miles' Salt.pdf paper.


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Re: MATHISIAN PHYSICS AND LENR: A PRELIMINARY (AND TENTATIVE) GUIDE -- by Josh G

Post by Jared Magneson on Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:01 pm

I think that when it comes down to it, any introduction to the topic that tries to be accurate will be better than nothing! As long as we're referencing Miles and his papers properly (linking) then any reader that happens across the primer will know where to go and hopefully be interested enough to dive in to Miles' papers directly. Josh did pretty damn well here. I might have written some parts differently but we're different people with different writing styles and also different understandings of the Charge Field. I think it's good work and I need to start linking people to it, when not linking directly to particular papers of Miles'.

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Re: MATHISIAN PHYSICS AND LENR: A PRELIMINARY (AND TENTATIVE) GUIDE -- by Josh G

Post by LongtimeAirman on Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:50 pm

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I see us as Charge Field proponents. Team Mathis.

During our recent Party, Let's Party http://milesmathis.forumotion.com/t466-let-s-party, Josh requested reviews and or inputs to his guide. I gave mine: You’re getting too complicated; let’s build off of Miles’ index page; along with some rationale. Miles was present to give a thumbs up or down. I don't recall any other review comments. I didn't see Josh reply, or receive notice of a follow-up meeting.

He deserves credit, better late than never, this thread is a link to his work. I'm sorry I didn't post it in the thread at the time.

I still like the Miles Mathis Mother Ship idea.

What does Josh need? We’re anxious to help. He need only ask.

Or I suppose Jared could ask Josh directly.

Go Team!
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Post by Cr6 on Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:29 am

LongtimeAirman wrote:.
I see us as Charge Field proponents. Team Mathis.

During our recent Party, Let's Party http://milesmathis.forumotion.com/t466-let-s-party, Josh requested reviews and or inputs to his guide. I gave mine: You’re getting too complicated; let’s build off of Miles’ index page; along with some rationale. Miles was present to give a thumbs up or down. I don't recall any other review comments. I didn't see Josh reply, or receive notice of a follow-up meeting.

He deserves credit, better late than never, this thread is a link to his work. I'm sorry I didn't post it in the thread at the time.

I still like the Miles Mathis Mother Ship idea.

What does Josh need? We’re anxious to help. He need only ask.

Or I suppose Jared could ask Josh directly.

Go Team!
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Wow. I had no idea it was the same "Josh" cool.

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