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Mathis on Graphene? Any hints?

Sun Aug 23, 2015 1:46 am by Cr6

Just wanted to examine how "Graphene" is expressed in the Charge Field.  This apparently is a high focus area of research at the moment.

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IMAGES OF PHOTONS, ATOMS etc

Mon Sep 05, 2016 7:26 pm by LloydK

Proton
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Electron & Proton
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Proton Bundles
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Light Calculations for Webb Telescope

Fri Aug 05, 2022 11:35 am by Lloyd

I was on a physics email list a few years ago and I still get emails occasionally that mostly go to Spam. But I checked out this one, which I think is interesting and relevant for this forum. I'll quote the whole thing, as it's not too long.

James Webb pictures
Jul 19 at 3:33 PM
uitterdijk
To: Sjaak & Lutske
Dear Physicist, James Webb pictures
_The interpretations of the James Webb …

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How you found Mathis

Fri Dec 30, 2016 8:51 am by Ciaolo

Hello!

I want to share with you how I found Mathis, and created this thread so you can share your experience too if you want.

I've always been curious about everything, was passionate about astrophysics when I was very young (not the maths of course!) and learnt a lot of things about it before I grew up. Then (luckily) my professional choice was about computer science so I didn't fill my brain …

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How's this Video for explaining Electric Currents?

Wed May 11, 2022 6:14 pm by Lloyd

The title is How Electricity Actually Works
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oI_X2cMHNe0

It credits the electric field rather than electrons as the source of electrical energy. It says positive charges line up on one side of the circuit and electrons on the other side. Does that seem to be correct?

It doesn't say that photons are the electric field, but the explanation sounds to me like it's …

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Proposal: Electricity Animation

Mon Aug 29, 2016 3:03 pm by LloydK

Since my new free energy thread got into electricity and wireless transmission briefly, I got to thinking it would be swell if we had an animation of both processes according to MM's theory. Cr6, Nevyn, Airman, or anyone, is that fairly easily doable?

What frequency range would be the photons in electricity? In wireless I think I read that they're usually 2.45 GHz, but older cordless phones were …

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Magnetic levitation and the Halbach Array explained mechanically

Sat Aug 14, 2021 6:55 am by D_Archer

Hi,

I made a paper about the Halbach Array, it is published on the Miles science site with additions by Miles:
http://milesmathis.com/halbach.pdf

I am really interested in ways to use the charge field for physical applications, if we know how it work we can make designs that are better... i am already thinking on how to make an even better Halbach Array...

Regards,


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Positronium

Mon May 31, 2021 10:54 pm by LongtimeAirman

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Miles Mathis has redefined Physics according to the Charge Field (among other accomplishments - such as creating the charge based nuclear model used below or showing pi=4 for curved motion). All matter consists of moving, spinning and colliding photons. Miles has provided thousands of clear and concise descriptions great and small - including the math(!). No one explains things better. While he …

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Maple Tree Sap and the Charge Field

Sun Mar 07, 2021 2:20 pm by mrspock173

I'm too new of a member to post links Sad, so to get to this article you can Google "Maple Syrup Revolution".

Anyway:
"In October 2013, Drs. Tim Perkins and Abby van Den Berg of the University of Vermont’s Proctor Maple Research Center, revealed the findings of a study at a maple syrup conference in New Brunswick, Canada that sent waves through the industry. In 2010, they were studying …

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