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Topic: ever since 1842, the Doppler shift was assumed to exist for
lightwaves and never experimentally verified Chapt 8 #138; ATOM TOTALITY

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 plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com Posts: 7,391 Registered: 3/31/08
deriving speed of light out of raw pure math Chapt 19 #206; ATOM
TOTALITY

Posted: Jun 27, 2010 4:54 PM

Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
> What a difference a shower can make on coming up with solutions.
> Earlier tonight I was
> gloomy at the deadend I was running into. But I managed to overcome
> those pitfalls.
>
> I want two features for the speed of light and I feel with them, I am
> on the path of truth.
> (A) that the speed of light is a construction of the geometry of the
> object. So that
> for Earth, the speed of light is a singular light wave that travels up
> and down each
> meridian strip 1 km wide and thus 40,000km x 40,000 / 5,000 seconds =
> 320,000km/sec
>
> (B) true for all figures, no matter the size, so long as the strip
> width can accomodate the
> geometric figure.
>
> So in this derivation of speed of light out of pure math, I want it so
> that unless the method is
> true then the laws of geometry is true. So that if the method is
> untenable than also, geometry
> falls, or geometry is not true.
>
> So the glitch earlier tonight was that Mars would not follow a N x N/
> (1/8N) as Earth followed
> that rule.
>
> So I found a solution that would make the method universal method to
> all geometry.
>
> Consider the Earth sphere and the Mars sphere and consider a
> pseudosphere nested inside each. We do the strips in km width. So for
> Earth we have 40,000km x 40,000 and for
> Mars we have 21,300km x 21,300. Now the denominator is the time
> parameter and here we
> use the pseudosphere nested inside. For the Earth sphere, how many of
> those km strips
> can fit onto the surface of the pseudosphere? Certainly for Earth we
> cannot fit 40,000 since
> the pseudosphere narrows at the poles. I am guessing that 5,000 of
> those strips fit onto
> the pseudosphere and thus have the formula for speed of light as
> 40,000km x 40,000/
> 5,000 seconds.
>
> Now for Mars we have 21,300km x 21,300 and for the pseudosphere
> accomodating strips
> of 1km width can only accomodate 1,500 of those strips because of the
> narrowing poles.
> So for Mars we have 21,300km x 21,300 / 1500 seconds.
>
> Before, I was thinking that the time in seconds comes from 1/8 the
> circumference, but now
> I see that the time factor comes from the Hyperbolic geometry
> pseudosphere as to the amount of the strips that can fit onto its
> surface.
>
> In this manner, I get the speed of light no matter what size of
> sphere.
>

Alright, I am on a roll here now. I have the wind back of the sail.

Let me remark on the history of these thoughts, for I want to remark
how
incredibly serendipity it was for the Earth sphere to have the numbers
it has.
That Earth has a circumference of 40,000km, just ideal to come up with
the
meridian strips to measure and to have 40,000km x 40,000 such strips.
Then
to see that 1/8 of 40,000 for the time measure to get 5,000 seconds.
If we had lived on Mars, I would not have been able to progress on
these ideas.

Then I realized I had to be able to generalize this meridian strip
concept to fit
all sizes of spheres like the Mars sphere, so that meant the 1/8
to go. And what replaces it, is the concept that a Mars or Earth
Sphere has nested
inside itself a Hyperbolic geometry pseudosphere with its tapering off
poles. The tapering
off of the poles is important because although 40,000 km wide strips
can fit upon the
Earth sphere, that only 5,000 strips can fit on the nested
pseudosphere, and that the
number 5,000 seconds comes not from 1/8 circumference but comes from
how many
meridian strips fit onto the nested pseudosphere.

So let me recap the two most important features or concepts to date on
speed of light:
(A) the speed of light is a light wave that creates or materializes
the geometry of an
object. So that when a light wave in an atom interacts with the
electron from the proton,
what is happening is that the light wave creates the geometry of the
and Maxwell's time, they saw light as a disturbance in the EM field. I
see that also, a
disturbance, but I add onto that concept that the light wave goes out
and creates the geometry
of the object it is interacting with. Before the interaction of the
proton with electron, the electron was in a uncollapsed wavefunction
state of quantum mechanics. As the light wave
interacts with the electron, it creates the geometry of the electron
itself.

(B) the speed of light is a fundamental constant of physics, to be
sure, but in this
derivation and program I am doing, I am pointing out that the speed of
light is a fundamental
constant of mathematics itself and that geometry cannot exist as we
know it without
the constant of the speed of light. It is a constant just as
fundamental and important
to geometry as is the constant of pi as that of circumference divided
by diameter.
So the speed of light as a mathematics constant is Meridian strips x
number of strips
divided by the number of meridian strips fitted on associated
pseudosphere is the speed of
light constant.

Now I do not throw away the idea of 1/8 having a role in this, because
the 5f orbital
of plutonium atom has 8 lobes and I have a hunch that those 8 lobes
also
confirms the speed of light constant for the Schrodinger Equation.

Archimedes Plutonium
http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium/
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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