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After 9 months

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by drezy, Nov 15, 2017.

  1. drezy

    drezy New Member

    This site has some older thinkers with great neuroplasticity that I appreciate.

    Obviously, just reading and digesting the blogs here help a ton. I also try to occasionally do self assigned experiments in looking at (or listening to) things differently in order to remain nimble.

    Digging for observable symmetries or similarities often leads to odd places.

    Just try listening to this aurora recording at 0.25 speed(click on the little gear icon and set it) and not think about
    1. Whales @ 2 octaves up
    2. Someone speaking a foreign language from way down a long tube
  2. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Does anyone want to read how F*cked up a business contract with a mitochondriac partner looks like?
  3. caroline

    caroline Moderator

  4. Inger

    Inger Silver

    me too :)
  5. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Alright I've got to collect some info and finish writing it up the I'll explain it.

    At 4:39AM last night my main goal was not to crap myself. Imagine the following happening 4 feet from your window in the early morning.

    I've loved living near the fox family. Last night was an exception.

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  6. drezy

    drezy New Member


    Wait... My surface belongs outside!
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  7. Jenelle

    Jenelle Evolving

    I just missed one of my practice questions for state board exam because the "correct" answer was that we are supposed to teach older adults to spend 15 minutes in the sun 2 days per week.
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  8. Inger

    Inger Silver

    seriously...? :eek:
  9. Jenelle

    Jenelle Evolving

    It sounds like a joke, doesn't it? But sadly I'm quite serious.
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  10. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Wow. That is so sad, really sad. How can something go so wrong :thumbsdown:
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  11. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Maybe the billing dept. realized that too much time in the sun causes the elderly to regain cognitive function and start looking closer at the bill.
  12. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Past drezy, remember when you besmirched our good name by conflating the properties of a BEC and fermonic fluid?


    It turns out you didn't pay enough attention in 11th grade chemistry class when you first learned Pauli's exclusion principle:


    The bosons can condensate in the same quantum state! Half spin fermions must occupy different states.

    If you forget this lesson ever againWolfgang Pauli will slap you in the face:
    Does he look like he'll put up with any nonsense?
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  13. How does a molecule made of both kind behaves in a magnetic field?
  14. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Boson = light = magnetic field has no real effect on it.

    Fermion = electrons and protons

    Both are affected by magnetic fields but in different ways.

    A fermion is a particle that follows Fermi–Dirac statistics. These particles obey the Pauli exclusion principle. Fermions include all quarks and leptons, as well as all composite particles made of an odd number of these, such as all baryons and many atoms and nuclei. Fermions differ from bosons, which obey Bose-Einstein statistics.

    A fermion can be an elementary particle, such as the electron, or it can be a composite particle, such as the proton. According to the spin-statistics theorem in any reasonable relativistic quantum field theory, particles with integer spin are bosons, while particles with half-integer spin are fermions. So, H+ has a 1/2 quantum spin state and deuterium has a +1 number.

    H+ and D have different magnetic moments so they act differently in a magnetic field.

    This raises an interesting problem..........

    Does deuterium act like a boson because of its different quantum spin number?

    What does this mean and imply?

    How much do you know about OAM?

    How does OAM link to energy and information in Quantum Thermodynamics?

  15. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Bonhomme de livre:
    Tu devrais dormir

    Do not forget to add your half spin states to come to an odd or even count for atoms or molecules.

    Prof Wolfgang Ketterle will explain some of the behavior of bosonic atoms here:


    Since it's observational science the whole video is worth viewing for anyone delving into the science:

    My curiosity is wild but I've tried to be somewhat parsimonious with my Q&A time(I appreciate that many people have more serious issues) and have tried my damnedest to build upon what Doc pointed me to and some extracurricular study. That is what got me to study Halton Arp, a closer look at Dirac and negative energy, Jayant Narlikar, and Ketterle.
  16. drezy

    drezy New Member

    As my own nighttime clock ticks down I realize that 2019 is a very good year for me to be grateful and appreciative.

    My father and I didn't interact as much as we should have by his own estimation but the man built me a treehouse and rope swing on both of the properties that we lived on.

    As a kid I spent a huge amount of time outside and it's largely due to the structures that my dad built for me.
  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Here a bosonic show for you given at the wrong time of the day.

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  18. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    So is a BEC or Fermi-Dirac system a "fractally-based optical ring resonator"?? -----Is life's Mandelbrot set and optical ring resonator??

    Do atoms in us absorb light but yet emit a frequency of light that is greater than the light we absorbed?

    And if this is so, is this how atoms are cooled to slow down to take advantage of quantum mechanical abilities in light we cannot observe well at macroscopic levels to do things we just do not expect?

    Is this why ALL living cells emit ELF-UV light?

    At the 11:30 mark Ketterle makes the error I expected him to make.............why is physics in trouble?

    How light operates in a lab is not how it works in us.


    Could it be described as a "fractal optical ring resonator" that does some of the most interesting and unexpected things to light in order to build multiple quantum computers and machines throughout our cells?

    The title of the article below is "Physicists Built a Machine That Breaks the Normal Rules of Light".

    The article should have read, when you change the environment light is in you uncover non-linear effects around light that life has figured out how to take advantage of for 3.8 billion years. I think physicists perspective of what they think light really is, IS THE PROBLEM today in biophysics. We do not know it all yet about light and the more we learn the better people will do in medicine that uses light as the main prescription to get people well using quantum biology.

    Physicists have assumed time-reversal symmetry is how light acts in all environments. Anyone who is alive knows we cannot live our lives in reverse. This should be really solid EXPERIMENTAL proof that you do not understand all the nuances light offers. The arrow time is a reflection of how light operates in a living system when it is captured and used. This is what gives things an arrow of time.

    Their first assumption stated is thus, if you were to play a tape of light's behavior forward and then backward, you would see it behave in the same way moving in both directions in time. This is called time-reversal symmetry. Outside of life do we have data that shows non-living systems can alter time reversal symmetry? If we do, this means your perspective about light and CIRCADIAN biology is DEAD WRONG.

    When will they learn that cells/tissues are "fractally built optical ring resonators" that contain topologic insulators codified magnetically in DNA that must be hydrated by water made from the mitochondrial matrix to get these effects in the living state? When will they learn that the mitochondrial matrix powers these loops using sunlight?

    When will they realize the sunlight becomes a laser used to cool atoms to make a BEC to make a fractal optical ring resonator?

    I wonder how long it will take?


  19. I have a feeling that this is going to be really important in order to understand where Jack's going next.
  20. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    basic blocks of nature, any object have constituents:
    protons, neutrons, electrons

    they have even or odd number of constituents

    even are called bosons
    odd are fermions

    fermion (pairs) behave as bosons

    lithium(6) have (3protons, 3neutrons, 3electrons)
    {pair of two lithium(6)} = boson

    1 electron=fermion
    2 electrons=boson-----> this is how superconductivity works

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