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tetrahedrons have interesting application Hi Jess- Tetrahedrons do have interesting applications. The geometry of space-time (Schwarzschild metric) may be represented as a tetrahedron. Please see my
Richard
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Re: fundamental properties of matter Hoping for a speedy healthy outcome. I've had some neurological issues myself, mostly having to do with hearing and vision, but nothing permanent so far.
JessT
Nov 11, 2011
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fundamental properties of matter Hi Jess Sorry I have not joined you for a while. I had a stroke a few months ago, however I am recovering now. The following is a little off topic however I
Richard
Nov 11, 2011
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Re: Bottom of Pacific Ocean has billions of tons of rare earth metal Wow, that's quite a news story! It's amazing to me that just about everything about it is positive. Not so much for poor China though as you point out. It also
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Jul 4, 2011
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Bottom of Pacific Ocean has billions of tons of rare earth metals http://news.yahoo.com/huge-rare-earth-deposits-found-pacific-report-000045557.html Guess China ain't gonna corner the market after all... Jess Tauber
JessT
Jul 3, 2011
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Do traditional period endings have something to do with circles and I was just looking over Eric Scerri's piece 'How good is the quantum mechanical explanation for the periodic system'
JessT
May 29, 2011
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Fine Structure Constant and polygons Ok, been working on more atomic relations. On the Wiki page for the Fine Structure Constant ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fine_structure_constant ) one finds
JessT
May 20, 2011
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Update on ADOMAH Periodic table I have a good news to report regarding ADOMAH Periodic Table. 35,000 copies in English and French. Please, see email below from publisher. Best Regards, Valery
V."Larry" Tsimmerman
Apr 20, 2011
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More Double (Triangular) Trouble Rationalization of double triangular number differences between idealized orbital filling benchmark numbers: Level 0 [__0 diff.2 Level 1 [__2___0 diff 6 Level
JessT
Apr 20, 2011
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simplified EFE Hi Jess. I am a little off topic again. The Einstein Field Equation (EFE) may be simplified. A tensor may be substituted by a ratio of stress and a scalar may
Richard
Apr 12, 2011
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Re: Triangular numbers and the nucleus This is the Leftmost-Leftmost system, which is that of most of the magic numbers that we usually think of in the nuclear system: 258- 184= 74= 72+2 184- 126=
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Apr 6, 2011
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Triangular numbers and the nucleus The nuclear shell filling pattern can be idealized as blocks somewhat analogous to what is seen in the electronic system, but organized differently. Thus
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Re: Special Velocities Who can say what is still yet to be discovered? The other day people announced a more precise value for the Hubble expansion of the universe- 73.8 (+/-2.4)
JessT
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Special Velocities Hi Jess The following is a little off topic however I hope it is of interest to the group. The speed of light in a vacuum (c) is unique, it is assumed to be
Richard
Mar 24, 2011
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Re: The latest buzz- now, a periodic table for flies, no less Classification of minerals, plants and animals predates the classification of the chemical elements by 100 years or so. Idea of classification of chemical
Valery
Mar 22, 2011
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The latest buzz- now, a periodic table for flies, no less http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/03/110314152919.htm So, which quantum number codes for antennae? JT
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Mar 21, 2011
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New bond theory Hi, The Periodic System of the Elements and Periodic Tables based on it are still the base for research and systematization. That this is relevant is my New
Aco
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New form of geological sulfur http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/02/110225091019.htm Jess Tauber
JessT
Feb 28, 2011
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Re: Gimme more.... I know that for myself, having the reference already to tetrahedral numbers and the Phi-convergent series helped prime me to look for or notice such patterns
jess tauber
Jan 18, 2011
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Re: Gimme more.... Great observation, Jess. Just want to clarify that Jess is referring not to the Atomic Numbers, but to the "Distances" from the ends of the periods of Janet's
Valery
Jan 17, 2011
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Gimme more.... So, I've desperately been wracking my brains trying to work out a system for the higher Fib-like series within the periodic system, trying this and that, every
JessT
Jan 17, 2011
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Re: Nucular Majick By the way, Larry, good catch on the group membership. I hadn't any inkling when I first posted. I'm still examining proton and neutron counts in stable nuclei
JessT
Jan 3, 2011
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Re: Nucular Majick Yes, 54 is Xe. I've jumbled elements symbols vs. at.no.'s more than once. Like HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey, 'my mind is going'. Please stop pulling memory
JessT
Jan 3, 2011
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Re: Nucular Majick Jess, I would like to add that Fe, that forms group with Ru, Os and Hs, although not quite magic, has extremely stable nucleus and serves as the border line
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Jan 3, 2011
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Re: Nucular Majick Happy 2011! I've been delving a bit again into nuclear magic, and have come up with a number of new things, some of which I'll post later. For now, I just want
JessT
Jan 3, 2011
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Re: Atomic Weights of 10 Elements on Periodic Table About to Make an Did they call it "new periodic table"? It is not new. Its layout is at least 105 years old. It is representative of inertia in science. All they did, updated
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Dec 16, 2010
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Atomic Weights of 10 Elements on Periodic Table About to Make an His http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/12/101215133325.htm
JessT
Dec 16, 2010
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Re: arsenic for them is as good as phos phor us Still, it is interesting that this works at all. We have good numbers of substitutions that will work in terms of metals in metalloenzymes, alkali and alkaline
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Re: arsenic for them is as good as phos phor us It is good to know that at least some bugs have backbones. NASA is now in a business to make some people feel good about themselves. Space exploration is their
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arsenic for them is as good as phos phor us Hope all of you are doing well. Some of you may have heard about the NASA announcement about the Mono Lake bug that can substitute arsenic for phosphorus in
JessT
Dec 2, 2010
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