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comment Are units of angle really dimensionless?
Well then you are, ironically, closer to solving the problem than you think. How were you doing your geospatial coordinate conversions? What conversions were you doing?
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revised Are units of angle really dimensionless?
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answered Are units of angle really dimensionless?
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comment GEN3's 10nm-30nm Contiuum Radiation Measurements
GEN3 Partners conducted the experiments at CfA. Apparently they retained the services of Alexander Bykanov as PI for both the empirical and post-hoc theoretic analysis aspects.
Apr
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comment GEN3's 10nm-30nm Contiuum Radiation Measurements
So these results are either unique or they provide grounds to investigate a criminal conspiracy to commit fraud?
Apr
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asked GEN3's 10nm-30nm Contiuum Radiation Measurements
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asked Energy Per Dry Ice Mass Required By de Laval Expansion of Air?
Apr
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comment Polarized Coherent Beam Hits a Polarizer Off-Polarization Angle While Varying Distance?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Apr
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comment Polarized Coherent Beam Hits a Polarizer Off-Polarization Angle While Varying Distance?
I should have said "the fractional changes in wave number between the initial and final positions of the second polarizer"
Apr
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comment Polarized Coherent Beam Hits a Polarizer Off-Polarization Angle While Varying Distance?
I don't see why saying "the standard model" implies only high energy. '...the Standard Model is sometimes regarded as the "theory of almost everything".' en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Model
Apr
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comment Polarized Coherent Beam Hits a Polarizer Off-Polarization Angle While Varying Distance?
The second polarizer would know where it was relative to the first by the wave number between the two.
Apr
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comment Polarized Coherent Beam Hits a Polarizer Off-Polarization Angle While Varying Distance?
I don't necessarily expect there to be a position dependence. This is just an experiment that is somewhat cheaper than say aLIGO or the LHC, hence might not demand as much in the way of theoretic justification. However, having said that, it would be interesting to know what the Standard Model says should happen and then test this prediction the way, for example, everyone knows GR is true but large amounts of money are spent testing it nevertheless.
Apr
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revised Polarized Coherent Beam Hits a Polarizer Off-Polarization Angle While Varying Distance?
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asked Polarized Coherent Beam Hits a Polarizer Off-Polarization Angle While Varying Distance?
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accepted G4v Gravitational Wave vs General Relativity vs LIGO Observation
Apr
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comment Aharonov Bohm Effect Interaction Energy Interpretation: $\vec E_m = -∇Φ - D\vec A/Dt$?
This is a further elaboration of my question's premise: That the conclusion is in conflict with mainstream physics. Reiterating the end of my OP: This question is not the same as asking, "Why is the conclusion... in conflict with mainstream theory."... There is either a problem with the interaction energy interpretation of the ABe, or there is a problem with the steps taken in reaching the above conclusion from the interaction energy interpretation of the ABe.
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revised Aharonov Bohm Effect Interaction Energy Interpretation: $\vec E_m = -∇Φ - D\vec A/Dt$?
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revised Deriving Konopinski's Operational Definitions of Scalar and Vector Potential
Link to the paper.
Mar
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revised Aharonov Bohm Effect Interaction Energy Interpretation: $\vec E_m = -∇Φ - D\vec A/Dt$?
Link to the derivation from the conjugate momentum.
Mar
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revised Aharonov Bohm Effect Interaction Energy Interpretation: $\vec E_m = -∇Φ - D\vec A/Dt$?
Further constrain the question.