Surely dark energy and or EM has some relevance to the big bang? What do you think of "inflation"?
Yes you are basically right about the stealth aircraft, except the sources are more diverse, commercial AM, FM, TV, UHF TV, other radars and GPS etc. This stuff tends to be classified, but your are looking for tiny disturbances or distortions in strong signals plus noise, plus subtleties about beam steering, beam locking, phase conjugate noise reduction, how to distinguish between direct signal and the scattered signal, not to mention the humungus computer power etc. If it were as easy as you make it appear it would have been done years ago and by more countries, a bad choice of test on my part. It turns out, according to some of my colleagues, that I have met Brian P Schmidt the Nobel Laureate you alerted me to, and I’ll probably be meeting him and shaking his hand again at the official opening of our astronomy and science centre TRAC, in the next month or two, which will house some of his gifted f1 Schmidt cameras and lots of our other astro, radio astro, and physics stuff. he is the Vice-Chancellor & President of Australian National University, BS Phys, BS Astro, AM Astro, PhD Astro
But guess what? I will not be pedelling my crackpot piffle to him because my old dad told me, never look a gift horse in the mouth.
"And just so there is no misunderstanding, I have nothing against modern EM theory, it works fine in many applications just as Newtonian gravitation still is good enough for calculating orbital elements of solar system objects besides Mercury".
Wow what a put down, I’m proposing something much stronger than that, namely that EM is to replace QM, by knocking down, one by one the fundamental pillars of QM, starting with the “photon”, then “entanglement” etc.
I suppose you think the laser and the FET transistor are a result of some QM research, wrong! I’m sure we have discussed these two items before, and you criticized my lack of experience with the CN editor, with no comment about the content, I will have another attempt at the history of the transistor and the laser, mainly for the benefit of viewers who may learn something at least about history if not physics. The pop science apologists can criticize, ignore or engage.
I do get a lot of views but few engage?
Edited by bcgilbert, 26 November 2020 - 08:46 AM.