Re: OT UFOs on Larry King Live next Wednesday
- From: "John Scheldroup" <jschel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2005 11:04:13 -0500
"Cliff" <Clhuprich@xxxxxxx> wrote in message news:03uid1hpvjdbt5h554v9nln5aac395e8l6@xxxxxxxxxx
> On Sat, 16 Jul 2005 12:31:45 -0500, "John Scheldroup"
> <jschel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>Tunnel 'A' becomes point 'B' virtually in the same moment by quantum.
> In such cases, perhaps they always were.
Well then if were here were their, virtual is the only way to fly! so how'd they do that <g>
Yes, but I do try to figure about these other things to do with particle-wave duality
and this applies to quantum tunneling.
Now just how to get moments of travel between star to star minus any space or time continuum.
There is a subject matter called FTL frontal velocity but this is not tunneling, excluding
it as it would apply to vector quantities in velocity, I don't think there is velocity going-
on here either otherwise we couldn't go 10kmph and stop on a dime <g>.
We must say that virtual gravitons could have a non-relative virtual paradox and that real
gravitons distort space-time and this is not at all what we want, space and time must not even
know were home. <g>
One or two interesting things to pick out of these paragraphs,
"Virtual gravitons pass between two objects even when there are no gravitational waves
present (for instance, when the masses are at rest), so it really isn't correct to say that gravity is a wave.
"In a similar manner, when a massive particle is at rest, it is surrounded by a static gravitational field
(a static curvature of spacetime, no waves) . If another massive particle encounters this field, it
experiences a force that can be described in quantum terms as an exchange of virtual gravitons by
the two masses. On the other hand, if a massive particle is accelerated, its gravitational field is 'shaken'
to produce a gravitational wave that spreads out through spacetime from the particle. The energy and
momentum of that gravitational wave are carried by real gravitons."
When d-wave Cooper-pairs are injected in a superconductor that can sustain s-wave pairing, d-wave pairs are
subject to transition to s-wave pairs and energy is irradiated by means of gravitons.
We show that in s-wave to d-wave type superconductor (SDS) junctions in an equilibrium condition no
net gravitational wave energy is emitted, on the other hand under non equilibrium conditions a net gravitational
wave energy is emitted by the junction.
A full theory of SDS junctions could be developed by considering the tunneling of Cooper-pairs
through this spin junction, nevertheless we focus our attention in the observation that the tunneling
process, which is almost instantaneous, must be accompanied by the emission of gravitons as
shown by Halpern for direct s-d transitions in atomic systems, to further support the idea we may
also invoke a conservation principle for the quantized angular momentum.
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