General Science and Philosophy

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[5] viXra:1112.0050 [pdf] replaced on 2014-06-10 06:07:16

Related Images from the Rendlesham Forest Ufo Event and Two Crop Formations

Authors: William C. Treurniet
Comments: 30 Pages. This revision includes a second image obtained from the expanded Rendlesham Forest data set.

This article demonstrates that the 1980 Rendlesham Forest UFO event, the 2002 Crabwood crop formation, and the 2010 Wilton Windmill crop formation are all logically connected. Each event yielded a set of binary data which was decoded using a single image decoding algorithm discovered in part of the Wilton Windmill data set. Remarkably, four meaningful images were decoded from that data set by ordering the data bits in different ways. One image shows a bipedal figure with one arm raised. Another shows the same figure in a different pose with the other arm raised. A third image shows a face with large ears as in a drawing of a bunny in a child's book. A fourth image shows what appears to be a child riding a tricycle. The data set from the Crabwood formation was decoded as a bipedal figure extending a three-fingered hand in greeting. Finally, the data set from the UFO encounter in Rendlesham Forest was decoded as the profile of a small animal and of people performing some activity. Evidently, a plan was devised before 1980 to deliver the encoded images, and to allow them to be revealed only in 2010 when the decoding algorithm would be provided. The anomalous flight technologies reported by witnesses at Rendlesham Forest, the extraordinary methods and technology required to construct the Crabwood formation, and the extremely complicated way that images were encoded in the Wilton Windmill formation, are evidence that an agency with exceptional capabilities orchestrated the events. The symbols of greeting in the images and other benign content convey the message that a meeting is anticipated and that we should not fear it. This further implies that the meeting will be with non-terrestrial entities, else the message would be trivial.
Category: General Science and Philosophy

[4] viXra:1112.0036 [pdf] submitted on 2011-12-11 05:22:24

Uncertainty Relations as Consequence of the Lorentz Transformations

Authors: V.N. Matveev, O.V. Matveev
Comments: 11 Pages.

It is believed that the uncertainty relation of momentum and coordinates, as well as the uncertainty relation of energy and time in practice are not observed in the macrocosm. The objective of the work at hand was to demonstrate the existence of general physical uncertainty relations that extend to macrobodies. A macroscopic object consisting of a rod equipped with a pair of synchronized clocks and a macroscopic object in and of itself performing the function of an ideal physical clock are examined. General physical relations are directly derived from Lorentz transformations for the case of the object's one-dimensional motion (along the X axis) – the uncertainty relation of the object's x coordinate and the projection of its impulse along the X axis, px, and the uncertainty relation of the object's observation time, t, and its energy, E. The relations take the form: ΔpxΔx ≥ H and ΔEΔt ≥ H. The H value in the relation has action dimensions and is dependent upon the precision of the object's clocks and/or upon the properties of the physical clock. Despite the interpretation of the concept of uncertainty being different from that in quantum mechanics, the relations derived in the limiting case with ideal physical clock take the form of ΔpxΔx ≥ h and ΔEΔt ≥ h, where h is the Planck constant.
Category: General Science and Philosophy

[3] viXra:1112.0018 [pdf] replaced on 16 Dec 2011

Reminiscences on the End Of the Hope for Primates in Space

Authors: Paul J. Werbos
Comments: 19 Pages. draft for comment. This version adds a paragraph on the current situation.

This paper addresses the question of whether humans will ever be able to settle space in an economically sustainable way and, if there is still hope of this, where the greatest hope may lie. It reviews key developments of the last 40 years relevant to this issue, such the space shuttle, the National Aerospace Plane, the Russian Ajax effort, nonlinear control challenges, challenges of developing a "skin" to withstand re-entry, current space programs around the world, and key markets for using such vehicles, such as energy from space and space manufacturing.
Category: General Science and Philosophy

[2] viXra:1112.0013 [pdf] submitted on 2011-12-06 09:53:41

Realities Out of Total Simultaneity

Authors: Ir Wilhelmus P.C.M. de Wilde
Comments: 9 Pages.

After the wall of Planck reality as we perceive that “NOW” no longer exists, we are entering a “fifth” dimension the TOTAL SIMULTANAIETY , called TS , we pass the limits of causality at the quantum scale. This non causal side of TS can be “reached” on every point of our 4 dimensional universe, every quantum of the universe has the diameter of 1.616252 x 10^ -33cm, singularities only exist in our consciousness. The other limit of causality is the local speed of light c, where time stands still so there is no more before and after. In TS all information of all parallel universes and multiversity constitution is simultaneously present and available, our consciousness is able to align points out of this TS and so create the observable analogue universe that we are aware of. The totality of information from other universes (also partly observable by other consciousnesses) is influencing our linear causal deterministic universe, the origin of gravity , dark matter and the dark force possible emerge from here. The Big Bang is an imaginary non existing point in the TS area. Inflation is avoided by projecting inflation time into the area after the Wall of Planck, uniformity in the structure of space-time is so guaranteed. Our mind with its 100 billion neurones is able to cope with infinities because it has parallels with the qualities of TS. By entanglement we created our own baryonic universe.
Category: General Science and Philosophy

[1] viXra:1112.0001 [pdf] submitted on 2011-12-01 21:12:19

Problems of Science Research and Technical Progress

Authors: Alexander Bolonkin, Shmuel Neumann
Comments: 15 pages

At the present time the USA’s Federal Government spends enormous sums of taxpayer money for Scientific Research and Development (R&D). How to best organize this vast governmental activity, how to best estimate its ultimate utility and profitability (real and potential), how to best increase efficiency of innovation and production, how to best estimate the worth of new discoveries and innovations, how to properly fund R&D of new concepts and innovations, and how to correctly estimate their results are all complex and pressing questions that require answers for further industrial progress and scientific improvements. These are critical macro-problems which because of its scope have evolved into new macro-systems that require a new approach for successful planning of scientific research. The authors consider these major-system problems and offer many remarkable innovations in organization, estimation, suggestions for entirely new research efficiency criteria, development, new methods for assessments of new ideas, innovations in science and industry, and new methods in patenting technology. These suggestions are based largely on the personal experiences of one of the authors, A.A. Bolonkin who worked for many years within the USA’s Federal Government entities (scientific laboratories of NASA, Air Force), and USSR and USA universities and industry.
Category: General Science and Philosophy