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bprager
Posted: Mar 31 2011, 05:31 PM


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That could be a disappointing to Häuser & Dröscher:
Pioneer Anomaly Solved By 1970s Computer Graphics
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bprager
Posted: Mar 31 2011, 05:35 PM


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Sorry hiccup in the matrix. (I double posted by accident.)

This post has been edited by bprager on Mar 31 2011, 05:37 PM
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gdaigle
Posted: Apr 1 2011, 03:53 AM


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That could be a disappointing to Häuser & Dröscher:
Pioneer Anomaly Solved By 1970s Computer Graphics


Actually, Hauser & Dröscher pointed to EHT as a possible explanation for the anomalous data in the Gravity Probe B results, not Pioneer. If the newly discovered explanation for the Pioneer Anomaly is born-out then it removes some of the support for MOND and for Modified Inertia. MOND is a competing theory to EHT, as is Modified Inertia due to a Hubble-scale Casimir effect. So this new research actually works to eliminate support for alternatives to EHT, though it does not give EHT any direct support. MiHsC also cites flyby anomalies as supportive data, so it's not out of the game yet... but is it still favored by Tajmar over EHT?
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bprager
Posted: Apr 1 2011, 03:25 PM


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QUOTE (gdaigle @ Apr 1 2011, 03:53 AM)

Actually, Hauser & Dröscher pointed to EHT as a possible explanation for the anomalous data in the Gravity Probe B results, not Pioneer. 

O yes, you are right. My bad!
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Posted: Apr 1 2011, 05:12 PM


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There is a simple prosaic explanation for the Pioneer "anomaly":

http://arxiv.org/abs/1103.5222

I never thought there was anything special about the Pioneer anomaly.
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Posted: Apr 2 2011, 02:13 AM


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Interesting. I had not noticed that the study was co-authored by Orfeu Bertolami, his third on the Pioneer anomaly.

Bertolami co-authored an ESA-funded study with Tajmar in 2004 on hypothetical gravity control. The study was under a contract from ESTEC, the European Space Research and Technology Center of ESA. Acknowledgements within that study included Clovis de Matos, who would later co-author the "breakthrough" study with Tajmar.

Another interesting intersection, Dr. Hauser headed the Aerothermodynamics Section at ESTEC from 1988-1992. It appears to be a very close-knit physics community pioneering this groundbreaking work.
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Posted: Apr 2 2011, 02:13 AM


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QUOTE (kurt9 @ Apr 1 2011, 05:12 PM)
There is a simple prosaic explanation for the Pioneer "anomaly":

http://arxiv.org/abs/1103.5222

I never thought there was anything special about the Pioneer anomaly.

That's nice. I've been following since John Anderson, and peers, first brought it up. Post it somewhere besides this thread so somebody will read it.
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Posted: Apr 3 2011, 06:43 AM


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dear all;
so far there s no SPESIF 2011 conference proceeding on the AIP website...
http://proceedings.aip.org/
Is it true it was canceled??
... only found this source:
AIP Cancels SPESIF!!!@ http://www.alienscientist.com/
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does anyone know if that is accurate??
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Posted: Apr 3 2011, 11:08 PM


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QUOTE (gravitophoton @ Apr 3 2011, 06:43 AM)
dear all;
so far there s no SPESIF 2011 conference proceeding on the AIP website...
http://proceedings.aip.org/
Is it true it was canceled??
... only found this source:
AIP Cancels SPESIF!!!@ http://www.alienscientist.com/
blink.gif
does anyone know if that is accurate??
thanks.
g.

It wasn't cancelled. Someone posted a video of Hauser's presentation.
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Posted: Apr 4 2011, 09:54 AM


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QUOTE (Mindrust @ Apr 3 2011, 11:08 PM)
It wasn't cancelled. Someone posted a video of Hauser's presentation.

wink.gif not the conference, of course it took place. i meant the publication published by AIP , just like the one of Spesif 2010
http://scitation.aip.org/proceedings/confproceed/1208.jsp

and Spesif 2009
http://scitation.aip.org/proceedings/confproceed/1103.jsp.

It looks as if there s none for 2011... Is there any other publication of this years Spesif ??
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g.

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New evidence of physics beyond the standard model?
LHC Locking In on New Elementary Particle
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Posted: Apr 6 2011, 04:13 PM


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QUOTE (Jossarian @ Apr 5 2011, 01:34 PM)
New evidence of physics beyond the standard model?
LHC Locking In on New Elementary Particle

This is the paper for it.
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Very interesting. 145 GeV is above anything I've ever heard in the context of EHT.

As Dröscher and Hauser posited in their Aug 2009 paper, the inertial masses of e0, μ0, τ0 (the electron, muon and tauon, the three neutral leptons that they initially proposed as candidates for dark matter) were assumed to be close to their charged lepton counterparts, i.e., 0.511 MeV/c2 for electrons, 105.66 MeV/c2 for muons, and 1.78 GeV/c2 for tauons.

More recent calculations by Dröscher and Hauser indicate that dark matter particles are still in the form of neutral leptons but decay from z0 bosons of the weak interaction and should have a mass in the range of 40-45GeV/c2. This is more consistent with projections by other researchers but well below 145 GeV. 145 GeV is almost twice that predicted for WIMPs (75 GeV).
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Posted: Apr 19 2011, 12:32 PM


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Drs. Hauser and Dröscher's paper presented at SPESIF 2011 is now available on the arXiv server: http://arxiv.org/abs/1104.3247
The title is: "Physics of Extreme Gravitomagnetic and Gravity-Like Fields for Novel Space Propulsion and Energy Generation"
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