Radiation has nonlinear qualities.
This may be observed in the current output of various types of
detectors. (I observed it in the current of a neutron detector.)
As a result our estimates of the impact of low level radiation
may have significant errors.
|The Physical Constants
A simple exercise with the fundamental
constants of physics has some unusual implications about the
universe itself. A quick approximation
with a few basic concepts from physics may tell us why.
|The Force Constants
||New elements were discovered when the periodic table showed natural
organization. Quarks were discovered by a similar means. Might an
unknown force be discovered by
this manner also?
|The Lorentz Transformation (Relativity)
The Lorentz transformation can be easily shown to fit into a
wave equation. Is this mathematically trivial or physically significant?
You decide. Does this demonstrate
Einstein used gedanken (thought) experiments based in relativity
to challenge quantum theory. Can quantum gedanken experiments
challenge the limits of relativistic theory? Do you think these
challenges are valid?
|Are Cars Waves? (Quantum)
Wave equations can be utilized to analyze traffic
Engineers: The distribution of incomes resembles a low
pass filter. Look to see if you can figure out what causes
the corner income. Also try to determine why the roll-off drops
at higher incomes.
I created real-time software to read, filter and scale analog
signals, and control an I/O panel menu using an indirectly
addressed data structure approach. Many beginning programmers
find indirect addressing difficult. Here's an overview.