Discussion:
Morris A Washington,Rensselaer, Gwo Ching Wang,Esther A. Wertz, Christian M. Wetzel, Ingrid Wilke, Shengbai Zhang is the reason you failed to confirm .5MeV was not the atom's electron but Dirac's monopole because you failed science like kibo
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Archimedes Plutonium
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Michael Moroney wrote:
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Re: Archimedes "Unofficial State Idiot of South Dakota" Plutonium flunked the math test of a lifetime-generation test
AutisticPlutonium <***@gmail.com> fails at math and science:
Hey Uncle Al, is that real genius thinking or what?
"I cannot believe how incredibly stupid Archie-Poo is.  I mean rock-hard
stupid.  Blazing hot mid-day sun on Mercury stupid.  Surface of Venus
under 80 atmospheres of red hot carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid vapor
dehydrated for 300 million years rock-hard stupid.  Stupid so stupid that
it goes way beyond the stupid we know into a whole different sensorium of
stupid.  Archie-Poo is trans-stupid stupid. Meta-stupid.  Stupid so
collapsed upon itself that it is within its own Schwarzschild radius.  
Black hole stupid.  Stupid gotten so dense and massive that no intellect
can escape.  Singularity stupid. Archie-Poo emits more stupid/second than
our entire galaxy otherwise emits stupid/year.  Quasar stupid.  Nothing
else in the universe can be this stupid.  Archie-Poo is an oozingly
putrescent primordial fragment from the original Big Bang of Stupid, a
pure essence of stupid so uncontaminated by anything else as to be beyond
the laws of physics that define maximally extrapolated hypergeometric
n-dimensional backgroundless stupid as we can imagine it.  Archie-Poo is
Planck stupid, a quantum foam of stupid, a vacuum decay of stupid, a grand
unified theory of stupid.

Archie-Poo is the epitome of stupidity, the epiphany of stupid, the
apotheosis of stupidity.  Archie-poo is stooopid."


Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Physics dept
Vincent Meunier, Ethan Brown, Glenn Ciolek, Julian S. Georg, Joel T. Giedt, Yong Sung Kim, Gyorgy Korniss, Toh-Ming Lu, Charles Martin, Joseph Darryl Michael, Heidi Jo Newberg, Moussa N'Gom, Peter Persans, John Schroeder, Michael Shur, Shawn-Yu Lin, Humberto Terrones, Gwo Ching Wang, Morris A Washington, Esther A. Wertz, Christian M. Wetzel, Ingrid Wilke, Shengbai Zhang

Rensselaer math department
Donald Schwendeman, Jeffrey Banks, Kristin Bennett, Mohamed Boudjelkha, Joseph Ecker, William Henshaw, Isom Herron, Mark H Holmes, David Isaacson, Elizabeth Kam, Ashwani Kapila, Maya Kiehl, Gregor Kovacic, Peter Kramer, Gina Kucinski, Rongjie Lai, Fengyan Li, Chjan Lim, Yuri V Lvov, Harry McLaughlin, John E. Mitchell, Bruce Piper, David A Schmidt, Daniel Stevenson, Yangyang Xu, Bulent Yener, Donald Drew, William Siegmann
James Parry grew up and lived in Scotia, New York. He showed early computing skills, such as being able to open up and reprogram ROM video game cartridges such as those for the Atari 2600, but was more interested in graphics and artistic pursuits. In this vein, he was initially a computer engineering major at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York, but moved to Boston, Massachusetts in 1990 and attended Emerson College, where he studied videography and graphic design. At that time, he also worked as a typeface designer and for the world.std.com internet service provider. He developed several fonts in use today. One of his better-known works is the typography for Philip K. Dick's novel Gather Yourselves Together.[6]
Question RPI-- did you dismiss James Parry from RPI because he is a incurable stalker-- 27 years stalking AP. And Parry knows no math nor physics as shown by his recent gaffe--

Moroney math failure, here is where the fool thinks 938 is short of 945 by 12%, and he pretends he is an electrical engineer. Perhaps the first e.e. in the world that cannot do a percentage correctly

On Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 12:30:22 AM UTC-6, Michael Moroney wrote:
 
 > Silly boy, that's off by more than 12.6 MeV, or 12% of the mass of a muon.
 > Hardly "exactly" 9 muons.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 9:52:21 AM UTC-6, Michael Moroney wrote:
 
 Or, 938.2720813/105.6583745 = 8.88024338572.  A proton is about the mass
 > of 8.88 muons, not 9. About 12% short.

Question Rensselaer-- is the reason you keep teaching the ellipse is a conic even when AP proved it was the oval of a slant cut into the cone (see AP's proof in Amazon's Kindle). Is the reason you keep teaching the ellipse is a conic because all the professors at Rensselaer have a "joke mind when it comes to science, a joke like Parry is just a joke in science and a failure in science".

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     ;       `        ;'..          ..-''    '     '  Hi, I am James kibo Parry, for i know no science, no math, no physics but my game is to stalk and demonize other people on the internet. I do this demonizing because it elicits some laughs from other low lifes like myself.
      `       `        ;  ````'''""'  ;      '    '
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        /     `       ..            ..'    .'"""""...'
       /   .`   `       ``........-'     .'` .....'''
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Sad that history books neglected this crucial technology when it underpinned the Roman Empire. Another key technology that underpinned the Greek Empire was war ship technology. A key technology that underpinned the USA Empire was nuclear physics technology, and now we have the electronics and electricity technology. So sad that history books are mostly written about people and wars, and totally neglects the technology that caused empires to arise, flourish and take control over many regions of Earth. The largest missing gap in Ancient history was the technology of the Waterwheel, which, along with engineering by Romans of Aqueducts, technology of concrete and roads, allowed Rome to be a Empire for approximately a thousand years. This book is meant to address that huge huge gap of missing waterwheel, in history.

Cover picture: Sorry, I do not have a Waterwheel picture, but the closest to the waterwheel is the windmill. And, perhaps-- who knows what the history of these two wheels were-- that is to say-- which came first and how the first then evolved into making the second-- the waterwheel or the windmill? A lovely question deserves a lovely answer.


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Ever since I was a teenager in High School, I was troubled with the saber-toothed tiger-- how evolution could have built such an animal. But I was not logical in mind as a teenager, and had to wait until now to let my logical mind survey that perplexing question. To an extraordinary claim in science-- huge teeth that an animal cannot cope with, requires extra-special evidence and proofs of science. How can evolution theory (even though it is a rule or algorithm) (see my Superdeterminism replaces Darwin Evolution book), how can evolution produce an animal with teeth that "get in the way of everything" as the animal goes through life. So, I am asking the science community to completely re-examine the fossil evidence of Smilodon. I do not have that evidence available, but the entire Paleontology community can make the evidence available. For what I suspect is that the tiger never had saber-teeth and that those teeth found in digs or tar pits, were the teeth of Entelodonts or some ungulate horn or walrus type animal teeth. In other words, I question the claim there ever existed a cat with huge canine teeth.

Cover Picture: What spurred me onto this small book was a few days ago seeing the cover of Science News showing a Saber-Toothed Tiger. And how utterly ridiculous for a tiger to have those teeth. And just as ridiculous that grown scientists believe such nonsense without questioning it.

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I discovered the Fusion Barrier Principle in August of 1997 while discussing fusion in sci.physics. It is a principle of huge importance for it simply means there will never exist a Fusion Power Station, never, in the entire universe, for it costs more energy input than it ever gives in output.
That is the meaning of FBP. It is very easy to prove, in that the forces of Electromagnetism, the Ampere law that controls electricity is a cylinder and the Faraday law that produces electricity is a sphere. And in math it is easy to prove that the sphere nested inside a cylinder is only 2/3 the volume of the cylinder. That it takes 1/3 more energy to control fusion and thus we lose 1/3 energy just to extract 2/3 energy. By the time I wrote this principle, the world had already proven the 2/3 energy barrier in experiments with the tokamak JET, and with the Nagamine cold fusion experiments. And since the 1997 discovery of FBP, not a single experiment has exceeded 2/3 breakeven. So what I request of the world science community is stop funding Fusion Research and put that moneys into making Geothermal Power Stations, such as what Iceland is now doing of volcano electricity geothermal. Stop wasting time and money on welfare science troughs that fusion research has become. Spend those billions of dollars in building Geothermal Electric Power Stations.

The Fusion Barrier Principle stands alongside other famous principles of physics such as the Uncertainty Principle, the Superposition Principle and the Complementarity Principle.

Note: In 2017, I discovered the real electron is the muon at 105MeV, and proton is 840MeV, and that little particle that JJ Thomson discovered in 1897 is actually Dirac's Magnetic Monopole. That huge discovery makes huge changes to the below discussion of Fusion Barrier Principle. If I get time in the future, I should write a new edition of this book to include that the .5MeV particle was a magnetic monopole and not the true electron.

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The Rutherford and Bohr model of the Atom is seen now as fake physics. And it will take a lot of time before that nonsense is removed and replaced in science textbooks and classrooms for a truer model of the Atom. So to accelerate that movement towards the truth of what the Atom is, I present this short book for High School. In the age of the Internet, when we discover true science but am teaching fake science, we need a process to quicken the exit of fake science. Not to wait around for 50 years to be teaching the true science, we should be teaching the true science as fast as possible and to remove the fake science in our school curriculums in a timely and orderly manner. So this small book is a pattern for future removal of fake science from school curriculums. This small book explains what the Rutherford-Bohr model was and why it was phony science. And I explain what replaces the Rutherford-Bohr model with the AP model of the Atom. So the pattern is -- show both -- and then authors of texts will eliminate the fake science until it is a passing footnote.

Cover Picture is a coil and a bar magnet and a galvanometer that measures the current produced as the bar magnet is thrust through the coil. This is Faraday's Law and needs to be taught in High School.



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Archimedes Plutonium
2019-04-22 19:52:17 UTC
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Michael Moroney wrote:
2:21 PM (28 minutes ago)
Re: Archimedes "Unofficial State Idiot of South Dakota" Plutonium flunked the math test of a lifetime-generation test
Does it even have a math dept?????????
<snip much stalking of James Perry>
Oh no, AutisticPlutonium is starting to fail all over again!!
Poor guy, looks like Emerson doesn't even have a math department for
AutisticPlutonium to stalk! What will he do??
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Physics dept
Vincent Meunier, Ethan Brown, Glenn Ciolek, Julian S. Georg, Joel T. Giedt, Yong Sung Kim, Gyorgy Korniss, Toh-Ming Lu, Charles Martin, Joseph Darryl Michael, Heidi Jo Newberg, Moussa N'Gom, Peter Persans, John Schroeder, Michael Shur, Shawn-Yu Lin, Humberto Terrones, Gwo Ching Wang, Morris A Washington, Esther A. Wertz, Christian M. Wetzel, Ingrid Wilke, Shengbai Zhang
Rensselaer math department
Donald Schwendeman, Jeffrey Banks, Kristin Bennett, Mohamed Boudjelkha, Joseph Ecker, William Henshaw, Isom Herron, Mark H Holmes, David Isaacson, Elizabeth Kam, Ashwani Kapila, Maya Kiehl, Gregor Kovacic, Peter Kramer, Gina Kucinski, Rongjie Lai, Fengyan Li, Chjan Lim, Yuri V Lvov, Harry McLaughlin, John E. Mitchell, Bruce Piper, David A Schmidt, Daniel Stevenson, Yangyang Xu, Bulent Yener, Donald Drew, William Siegmann
James Parry grew up and lived in Scotia, New York. He showed early computing skills, such as being able to open up and reprogram ROM video game cartridges such as those for the Atari 2600, but was more interested in graphics and artistic pursuits. In this vein, he was initially a computer engineering major at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York, but moved to Boston, Massachusetts in 1990 and attended Emerson College, where he studied videography and graphic design. At that time, he also worked as a typeface designer and for the world.std.com internet service provider. He developed several fonts in use today. One of his better-known works is the typography for Philip K. Dick's novel Gather Yourselves Together.[6]
Question RPI-- did you dismiss James Parry from RPI because he is a incurable stalker-- 27 years stalking AP. And Parry knows no math nor physics as shown by his recent gaffe--
Moroney math failure, here is where the fool thinks 938 is short of 945 by 12%, and he pretends he is an electrical engineer. Perhaps the first e.e. in the world that cannot do a percentage correctly
 
 > Silly boy, that's off by more than 12.6 MeV, or 12% of the mass of a muon.
 > Hardly "exactly" 9 muons.
 
 Or, 938.2720813/105.6583745 = 8.88024338572.  A proton is about the mass
 > of 8.88 muons, not 9. About 12% short.
Question Rensselaer-- is the reason you keep teaching the ellipse is a conic even when AP proved it was the oval of a slant cut into the cone (see AP's proof in Amazon's Kindle). Is the reason you keep teaching the ellipse is a conic because all the professors at Rensselaer have a "joke mind when it comes to science, a joke like Parry is just a joke in science and a failure in science".
                             ..
            .- " `-.   ,..-'''  ```....'`-..
           ,      . `.'            '        `.
         .'   .' `    `           '   `..     ;
         .   ;  .'                     . `.    ;
         ;   . '                       `.  .   '
          . '                            ` `.  |
        . '.                                  '
       .          0              0            ' `.
      '                                          `
     ;                                            `
    .'                                             `
    ;                      U                        `
    ;    ';                                         `
    :   | ;..                                 :`     `
    :    `;. ```.                           .-; |    '
    '.      `    ``..,                   .'   :'    '
     ;       `        ;'..          ..-''    '     '  Hi, I am James kibo Parry, for i know no science, no math, no physics but my game is to stalk and demonize other people on the internet. I do this demonizing because it elicits some laughs from other low lifes like myself.
      `       `        ;  ````'''""'  ;      '    '
       `       `        ;            ;      '    '
        `       `        ;          ;      '    '
         `       `.       ````''''''      '    '
           `       .                     '    '
         /  `       `.                  '    '        .
        /     `       ..            ..'    .'"""""...'
       /   .`   `       ``........-'     .'` .....'''
      / .'' ;     `                    .'   `
  ...'.'    ;    .' `                .'      `
   ""      .'  .' |    `           .; \       `
           ; .'   |      `. . . . ' .  \       `
           :'     |     '   `       ,   `.     `
                  |    '     `      '     `.    `
                  `   '       `     ;       `.  |
                  `.'          `    ;         `-'
                                `...'
History: Waterwheel crucial technology of Ancient Rome Kindle Edition
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Sad that history books neglected this crucial technology when it underpinned the Roman Empire. Another key technology that underpinned the Greek Empire was war ship technology. A key technology that underpinned the USA Empire was nuclear physics technology, and now we have the electronics and electricity technology. So sad that history books are mostly written about people and wars, and totally neglects the technology that caused empires to arise, flourish and take control over many regions of Earth. The largest missing gap in Ancient history was the technology of the Waterwheel, which, along with engineering by Romans of Aqueducts, technology of concrete and roads, allowed Rome to be a Empire for approximately a thousand years. This book is meant to address that huge huge gap of missing waterwheel, in history.
Cover picture: Sorry, I do not have a Waterwheel picture, but the closest to the waterwheel is the windmill. And, perhaps-- who knows what the history of these two wheels were-- that is to say-- which came first and how the first then evolved into making the second-- the waterwheel or the windmill? A lovely question deserves a lovely answer.
Was the Saber-Toothed-Tiger, Smilodon, Paleontologists most laughable mistake? Kindle Edition
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Ever since I was a teenager in High School, I was troubled with the saber-toothed tiger-- how evolution could have built such an animal. But I was not logical in mind as a teenager, and had to wait until now to let my logical mind survey that perplexing question. To an extraordinary claim in science-- huge teeth that an animal cannot cope with, requires extra-special evidence and proofs of science. How can evolution theory (even though it is a rule or algorithm) (see my Superdeterminism replaces Darwin Evolution book), how can evolution produce an animal with teeth that "get in the way of everything" as the animal goes through life. So, I am asking the science community to completely re-examine the fossil evidence of Smilodon. I do not have that evidence available, but the entire Paleontology community can make the evidence available. For what I suspect is that the tiger never had saber-teeth and that those teeth found in digs or tar pits, were the teeth of Entelodonts or some ungulate horn or walrus type animal teeth. In other words, I question the claim there ever existed a cat with huge canine teeth.
Cover Picture: What spurred me onto this small book was a few days ago seeing the cover of Science News showing a Saber-Toothed Tiger. And how utterly ridiculous for a tiger to have those teeth. And just as ridiculous that grown scientists believe such nonsense without questioning it.
Fusion Barrier Principle Kindle Edition
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I discovered the Fusion Barrier Principle in August of 1997 while discussing fusion in sci.physics. It is a principle of huge importance for it simply means there will never exist a Fusion Power Station, never, in the entire universe, for it costs more energy input than it ever gives in output.
That is the meaning of FBP. It is very easy to prove, in that the forces of Electromagnetism, the Ampere law that controls electricity is a cylinder and the Faraday law that produces electricity is a sphere. And in math it is easy to prove that the sphere nested inside a cylinder is only 2/3 the volume of the cylinder. That it takes 1/3 more energy to control fusion and thus we lose 1/3 energy just to extract 2/3 energy. By the time I wrote this principle, the world had already proven the 2/3 energy barrier in experiments with the tokamak JET, and with the Nagamine cold fusion experiments. And since the 1997 discovery of FBP, not a single experiment has exceeded 2/3 breakeven. So what I request of the world science community is stop funding Fusion Research and put that moneys into making Geothermal Power Stations, such as what Iceland is now doing of volcano electricity geothermal. Stop wasting time and money on welfare science troughs that fusion research has become. Spend those billions of dollars in building Geothermal Electric Power Stations.
The Fusion Barrier Principle stands alongside other famous principles of physics such as the Uncertainty Principle, the Superposition Principle and the Complementarity Principle.
Note: In 2017, I discovered the real electron is the muon at 105MeV, and proton is 840MeV, and that little particle that JJ Thomson discovered in 1897 is actually Dirac's Magnetic Monopole. That huge discovery makes huge changes to the below discussion of Fusion Barrier Principle. If I get time in the future, I should write a new edition of this book to include that the .5MeV particle was a magnetic monopole and not the true electron.
AP Atom Model replacing the Rutherford-Bohr Atom Model (Physics series for High School Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The Rutherford and Bohr model of the Atom is seen now as fake physics. And it will take a lot of time before that nonsense is removed and replaced in science textbooks and classrooms for a truer model of the Atom. So to accelerate that movement towards the truth of what the Atom is, I present this short book for High School. In the age of the Internet, when we discover true science but am teaching fake science, we need a process to quicken the exit of fake science. Not to wait around for 50 years to be teaching the true science, we should be teaching the true science as fast as possible and to remove the fake science in our school curriculums in a timely and orderly manner. So this small book is a pattern for future removal of fake science from school curriculums. This small book explains what the Rutherford-Bohr model was and why it was phony science. And I explain what replaces the Rutherford-Bohr model with the AP model of the Atom. So the pattern is -- show both -- and then authors of texts will eliminate the fake science until it is a passing footnote.
Cover Picture is a coil and a bar magnet and a galvanometer that measures the current produced as the bar magnet is thrust through the coil. This is Faraday's Law and needs to be taught in High School.
Read less
Length: 12 pages
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Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Product details
File Size: 2207 KB
Print Length: 12 pages
Publication Date: April 10, 2019
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B07QKHRWG8
Text-to-Speech: Enabled 
X-Ray: 
Not Enabled  

Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Enabled
Screen Reader: Supported 
Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled 
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,321 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
#5 in 30-Minute Science & Math Short Reads
#39 in General Chemistry & Reference
#381 in General Chemistry
Archimedes Plutonium
2019-04-23 12:53:10 UTC
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AutisticPlutonium, please save us! The Cosmic butthole is still open!!! Pray to your
evil Plutonium god so he doesn't take a dump all over us! Save us from your evil
god's UnHoly Shit!! Please, AutisticPlutonium!!!

AP writes: stalking is criminal behavior and the above stalker is a criminal....
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Physics dept
Vincent Meunier, Ethan Brown, Glenn Ciolek, Julian S. Georg, Joel T. Giedt, Yong Sung Kim, Gyorgy Korniss, Toh-Ming Lu, Charles Martin, Joseph Darryl Michael, Heidi Jo Newberg, Moussa N'Gom, Peter Persans, John Schroeder, Michael Shur, Shawn-Yu Lin, Humberto Terrones, Gwo Ching Wang, Morris A Washington, Esther A. Wertz, Christian M. Wetzel, Ingrid Wilke, Shengbai Zhang
Rensselaer math department
Donald Schwendeman, Jeffrey Banks, Kristin Bennett, Mohamed Boudjelkha, Joseph Ecker, William Henshaw, Isom Herron, Mark H Holmes, David Isaacson, Elizabeth Kam, Ashwani Kapila, Maya Kiehl, Gregor Kovacic, Peter Kramer, Gina Kucinski, Rongjie Lai, Fengyan Li, Chjan Lim, Yuri V Lvov, Harry McLaughlin, John E. Mitchell, Bruce Piper, David A Schmidt, Daniel Stevenson, Yangyang Xu, Bulent Yener, Donald Drew, William Siegmann
James Parry grew up and lived in Scotia, New York. He showed early computing skills, such as being able to open up and reprogram ROM video game cartridges such as those for the Atari 2600, but was more interested in graphics and artistic pursuits. In this vein, he was initially a computer engineering major at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York, but moved to Boston, Massachusetts in 1990 and attended Emerson College, where he studied videography and graphic design. At that time, he also worked as a typeface designer and for the world.std.com internet service provider. He developed several fonts in use today. One of his better-known works is the typography for Philip K. Dick's novel Gather Yourselves Together.[6]
Question RPI-- did you dismiss James Parry from RPI because he is a incurable stalker-- 27 years stalking AP. And Parry knows no math nor physics as shown by his recent gaffe--
Moroney math failure, here is where the fool thinks 938 is short of 945 by 12%, and he pretends he is an electrical engineer. Perhaps the first e.e. in the world that cannot do a percentage correctly
 
 > Silly boy, that's off by more than 12.6 MeV, or 12% of the mass of a muon.
 > Hardly "exactly" 9 muons.
 
 Or, 938.2720813/105.6583745 = 8.88024338572.  A proton is about the mass
 > of 8.88 muons, not 9. About 12% short.
Question Rensselaer-- is the reason you keep teaching the ellipse is a conic even when AP proved it was the oval of a slant cut into the cone (see AP's proof in Amazon's Kindle). Is the reason you keep teaching the ellipse is a conic because all the professors at Rensselaer have a "joke mind when it comes to science, a joke like Parry is just a joke in science and a failure in science".
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Sad that history books neglected this crucial technology when it underpinned the Roman Empire. Another key technology that underpinned the Greek Empire was war ship technology. A key technology that underpinned the USA Empire was nuclear physics technology, and now we have the electronics and electricity technology. So sad that history books are mostly written about people and wars, and totally neglects the technology that caused empires to arise, flourish and take control over many regions of Earth. The largest missing gap in Ancient history was the technology of the Waterwheel, which, along with engineering by Romans of Aqueducts, technology of concrete and roads, allowed Rome to be a Empire for approximately a thousand years. This book is meant to address that huge huge gap of missing waterwheel, in history.
Cover picture: Sorry, I do not have a Waterwheel picture, but the closest to the waterwheel is the windmill. And, perhaps-- who knows what the history of these two wheels were-- that is to say-- which came first and how the first then evolved into making the second-- the waterwheel or the windmill? A lovely question deserves a lovely answer.
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Ever since I was a teenager in High School, I was troubled with the saber-toothed tiger-- how evolution could have built such an animal. But I was not logical in mind as a teenager, and had to wait until now to let my logical mind survey that perplexing question. To an extraordinary claim in science-- huge teeth that an animal cannot cope with, requires extra-special evidence and proofs of science. How can evolution theory (even though it is a rule or algorithm) (see my Superdeterminism replaces Darwin Evolution book), how can evolution produce an animal with teeth that "get in the way of everything" as the animal goes through life. So, I am asking the science community to completely re-examine the fossil evidence of Smilodon. I do not have that evidence available, but the entire Paleontology community can make the evidence available. For what I suspect is that the tiger never had saber-teeth and that those teeth found in digs or tar pits, were the teeth of Entelodonts or some ungulate horn or walrus type animal teeth. In other words, I question the claim there ever existed a cat with huge canine teeth.
Cover Picture: What spurred me onto this small book was a few days ago seeing the cover of Science News showing a Saber-Toothed Tiger. And how utterly ridiculous for a tiger to have those teeth. And just as ridiculous that grown scientists believe such nonsense without questioning it.
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I discovered the Fusion Barrier Principle in August of 1997 while discussing fusion in sci.physics. It is a principle of huge importance for it simply means there will never exist a Fusion Power Station, never, in the entire universe, for it costs more energy input than it ever gives in output.
That is the meaning of FBP. It is very easy to prove, in that the forces of Electromagnetism, the Ampere law that controls electricity is a cylinder and the Faraday law that produces electricity is a sphere. And in math it is easy to prove that the sphere nested inside a cylinder is only 2/3 the volume of the cylinder. That it takes 1/3 more energy to control fusion and thus we lose 1/3 energy just to extract 2/3 energy. By the time I wrote this principle, the world had already proven the 2/3 energy barrier in experiments with the tokamak JET, and with the Nagamine cold fusion experiments. And since the 1997 discovery of FBP, not a single experiment has exceeded 2/3 breakeven. So what I request of the world science community is stop funding Fusion Research and put that moneys into making Geothermal Power Stations, such as what Iceland is now doing of volcano electricity geothermal. Stop wasting time and money on welfare science troughs that fusion research has become. Spend those billions of dollars in building Geothermal Electric Power Stations.
The Fusion Barrier Principle stands alongside other famous principles of physics such as the Uncertainty Principle, the Superposition Principle and the Complementarity Principle.
Note: In 2017, I discovered the real electron is the muon at 105MeV, and proton is 840MeV, and that little particle that JJ Thomson discovered in 1897 is actually Dirac's Magnetic Monopole. That huge discovery makes huge changes to the below discussion of Fusion Barrier Principle. If I get time in the future, I should write a new edition of this book to include that the .5MeV particle was a magnetic monopole and not the true electron.
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The Rutherford and Bohr model of the Atom is seen now as fake physics. And it will take a lot of time before that nonsense is removed and replaced in science textbooks and classrooms for a truer model of the Atom. So to accelerate that movement towards the truth of what the Atom is, I present this short book for High School. In the age of the Internet, when we discover true science but am teaching fake science, we need a process to quicken the exit of fake science. Not to wait around for 50 years to be teaching the true science, we should be teaching the true science as fast as possible and to remove the fake science in our school curriculums in a timely and orderly manner. So this small book is a pattern for future removal of fake science from school curriculums. This small book explains what the Rutherford-Bohr model was and why it was phony science. And I explain what replaces the Rutherford-Bohr model with the AP model of the Atom. So the pattern is -- show both -- and then authors of texts will eliminate the fake science until it is a passing footnote.
Cover Picture is a coil and a bar magnet and a galvanometer that measures the current produced as the bar magnet is thrust through the coil. This is Faraday's Law and needs to be taught in High School.
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AP writes: stalking is criminal behavior, especially when it has gone on for
27 years by the above.
Kibo, Moroney, Parry, Shein, Volney or whatever alias fake names he uses, brings up the question of whether RPI can build a dual wheel, a windmill and waterwheel packed into one as this picture shows a Holland windmill. Is there sufficient talent at RPI to build a combined machine?
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Sad that history books neglected this crucial technology when it underpinned the Roman Empire. Another key technology that underpinned the Greek Empire was war ship technology. A key technology that underpinned the USA Empire was nuclear physics technology, and now we have the electronics and electricity technology. So sad that history books are mostly written about people and wars, and totally neglects the technology that caused empires to arise, flourish and take control over many regions of Earth. The largest missing gap in Ancient history was the technology of the Waterwheel, which, along with engineering by Romans of Aqueducts, technology of concrete and roads, allowed Rome to be a Empire for approximately a thousand years. This book is meant to address that huge huge gap of missing waterwheel, in history.

Cover picture: Sorry, I do not have a Waterwheel picture, but the closest to the waterwheel is the windmill. And, perhaps-- who knows what the history of these two wheels were-- that is to say-- which came first and how the first then evolved into making the second-- the waterwheel or the windmill? A lovely question deserves a lovely answer.
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