Supernova From Experimentation At Fermilab

Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by Paul W. Dixon, Feb 28, 2001.

  1. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    It seems to me that the education of psychologists is much too narrow these days. They should really stick to psychology and stop trying to discuss physics, don't you think?
     
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  3. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    SUPERNOVA FROM EXPERIMENTATION AT FERMILAB

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    Many, many thanks for everyone's most kind actions in this tragic concern.

    As noted on the first page of this thread, and also cited more recently, the standard cosmological model shows a potentially infinite number of universes forming in a pre-existent de Sitter space. Thus,
    it is unnecessary to invoke the creation of a false vacuum via high-energy physics experimentation but rather to create a breach in the large potential barrer towards an already existing de Sitter space which is topologically cobordant at every point in our continuum. The release of these energies in our continuum, please review the values posted Page 1 of this thread, are sufficient to generate a monopolar Type Ia supernova.

    One of my professors in graduate school spoke only of the rotation of n-variables in n-dimensional space. Alas, graduate school in psychology had very little to do with psychology and mostly with mathematics and theories derived from physics. The degree is a doctorate in philosophy, Ph.D., with some specialization in an area in psychology. In graduate studies, there is now offered a Psy.D. which is a doctorate in Psychology. This we believe will help those students who do not want to become researchers and wish to practice clinical therapies of a psychological nature.

    Every child, now and for all future time will thank you for most kind
    efforts on their behalf.

    All best wishes,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  5. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    <i>Alas, graduate school in psychology had very little to do with psychology and mostly with mathematics and theories derived from physics.</i>

    They must do things in a strange way over there in Hawaii.

    <i>The degree is a doctorate in philosophy, Ph.D., with some specialization in an area in psychology.</i>

    I am somewhat familiar with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, as it happens.

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  7. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    SUPERNOVA FROM EXPERIMENTATION AT FERMILAB

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    Many, many thanks for everyone's kind actions in this most tragic concern.

    Please access the most recent Accelerator Update for this news of the greatest energies to date of some 15.98E30 luminosity at the world's highest energy collider now with some 2 TeV. This a new record of energies found on our planet! How much further this can continue before creating a transition and thus releasing a supernova on our planet, solar system and host of nearby stars is uncertain. There is, however, increased probability of creating this transition towards de Sitter space with increased energetics in the ring at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

    All the children now and for all time will thank you for your kind actions on their behalf.

    All Best Wishes,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
    Supernova from Experimentation
     
  8. daktaklakpak God is irrelevant! Registered Senior Member

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    I wonder if you get any support from these kind of web postings.
     
  9. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many, many thanks for your most kind actions in this tragic concern.

    In a very strange way, the proper word is, is, "okashi," which means something like strange and horrible at the same time, the scientists at Fermilab are those who are providing the greatest support for this hypothesis of sufficient energies forming a breach in the potential barrier towards de Sitter space thus generating a Type Ia Supernova. The stated goal of the research at Fermilab is to create as many interesting events, i.e., quark generation, as possible. To do this the most logical and safest thing to do is to continue at the level of luminosity, particle generation, and energetics, around 2 TeV. This will accomplish the stated goals of the research though it may take a while longer. What is now being carried out at Fermilab is a steady ramping up of luminosity to now the new record of 16.4E30 luminosity at some 2TeV. They are, therefore, bound and determined to test this hypothesis of generation of Type Ia supernova via highest energy physics experimentation. As the emittance, the diameter of the particle interaction is constrained to only nanometers, the focus of these vast energies towards the breaching of the potential barrier towards de Sitter space is being accomplished in the most effective manner possible! This, indeed, is most frightening and strange.

    All the children will always thank you for your most valiant efforts on their behalf.

    Every Best Wish,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  10. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    Luminosity is a measure of particle interaction, specifically the chance that a proton will collide with an antiproton. The higher the luminosity, the greater the chance of quark production. To achieve high luminosity you place as many particles as possible into as small a space as possible. When the two beams of protons and antiprotons are brought together it's called a squeeze.
     
  11. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many, many thanks to everyone for their actions in this most tragic concern.

    The current accelerator update provides the news that the luminosity as described above is now at 18.31E30. To quote from this page, "This is another Run ll luminosity record." It may be noted in this connection that the increase in luminosity coupled with the focus of the beams to yield maximum proton antiproton collisions provides for those optimun conditions necessary to breach the potential barrier towards de Sitter space thus creating a Type Ia supernova.

    Thus with energies of this magnitude, as described in earlier portions of this thread, particle physics enters into the realm of relativistic cosmology. In the paleontological (fossil) record, most of the species seen there have become extinct. Where are we headed?

    All the children will thank you for your most kind efforts on their behalf.

    All best wishes!

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
    Supernova from Experimentation
     
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  12. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many thanks to everyone for your most kind efforts in this tragic concern.

    As indicated in the recent Accelerator Update at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, the luminosity has been increased to 19.6E30 at some 2TeV with the luminosity of continuous operation in the CDF of some 15.5E30. These values, with the focus of the energies of ongoing collisions within some nanometers diameter, are optimum conditions for breaching the classically defined potential barrier towards de Sitter space. This would then release the force of a Type Ia Supernova upon our planet earth, the solar system and a host of nearby stars. None will survive this vast catastrophe.

    The increment in energies has been in the order of some + 1.5 magnitudes since the beginning of Run II at Fermilab. This is an enormous increment in energies at this level of collisional energetics. We are thus plunging blindly into the unknown with the fate of all mankind hanging in the balance.

    All the children now and for all time will thank you for your kind efforts on their behalf.

    All best wishes,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
    Supernova from Experimentation
     
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  13. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    All kind thanks to everyone for your prompt actions in this most tragic concern.

    We may refer to the BBC News Online of Monday 9 April 2001 in a quotation from Professor Michael Witherell, Director of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory regarding the research at Fermilab whre he states," We can look forward to the excitement of seeing new physics results. We can't predict what nature has in store for us. All we can guarantee is the opportunity for discovery."

    Clearly, even though there is at the time of this quote the prospect of working with energies basically equivalent to those found at the time of the 'Big Bang," i.e. the point origin of our universe, and what is in store for us is unknown, there is no sense of caution or prudence in this statement. Challenging the unknown in nature must always include the possibility of potential danger or you are doomed from the outset. Also, to quote from another Fermilab scientist, "I will be shocked and dissapointed if don't have at least one major discovery." We thus have the major dilemma of those scientists exploring the outer limits of our energy envelope in that they feel compelled to continue with their researches within the matrix of socio-historical necessity regardless of the fate of mankind!

    Let us call a halt to this research before it is too late and we all perish in a vast cataclysm.

    All the children now and forever will thank you for your kind efforts on their behalf.

    All best wishes,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  14. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many thanks to everyone for your kind efforts in this most tragic concern.

    The Accelerator Update at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory has indicated that the CDF is running at higher levels of energetics with the values now at some 18.5E30 luminosity at approximately 2TeV after the initial value of some 19.5E30 luminosity. Thus, if there is variation in energetics of de Sitter space, this variation could yield a transition towards de Sitter space at any time with the same values present in this great series of energies of Run II now in use in the accelerator.

    It is clear also with a survey using Google as the search engine that those energetics of Type Ia Supernovae generation are not in correspondence with the computer models of the deflagrations actually observed. A careful reading of these findings is necessary to see how far these models are from the actual event. Thus for example:

    http://.uchicago.edu/ricker/research/type1a/data/html

    If there is possiblility for concern of our being in the outer fringes of astronomical supernova generation, as now indicated in the New Scientist magazine, should we not be much more concerned about the possibility of generating a supenova in our own backyard?

    All of the children now and for all time will thank you for your kind efforts on their behalf.

    Every best wish,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  15. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Hey, Paul.

    You've been on about this for years now. The energy keeps getting higher, but there's still no supernova. Rather disappointing, really.

    Do you have a firm prediction for when the Big Bang will happen?
     
  16. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many, many thanks to everyone for their kind interest in this most tragic concern.

    During the current two weeks down time at the Fermi National Acclerator Laboratory, additional work is being done to cool the colliding beams thus producing a narrower and more focused area of collisional interaction been the protons and antiprotons. Where these energetics are at the level of energies seen at the point origin of the universe, i.e., the "Big Bang," the probability for penetrating the potential barrier towards de Sitter space is made greater by this increased focusing of energies. Thus, even though the exact threshold for penetrance towards de Sitter space yielding an empirical experimental verification for the generation of Type Ia Supernovae is not known, it may be expected that this current work at Fermilab will increase the likelihood of verification of this hypothesis. Under this postulation, therefore, we may assume that the generation of a Type Ia supernova is imminent through highest-energy physics experimentation (with current "improvements" underway) at Fermilab.
    Please note: this accelerator update is found on the Fermilab National Accelerator Laboratory Webpage under Fermilab today.

    All the children now and for all time will thank you for your prompt actions on their behalf.

    All Best Wishes,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
    Supernova from Experimentation
     
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  17. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many thanks for everyone's kind thoughts and assistance in these most tragic concerns.

    We may think of high-energy physics as a cosmic mouse-trap. Only those species with enough intelligence and also in this case enough concern for other members of the species and for that matter all other species within that particular ecosphere are both alert enough in their grasp of relativistic cosmology and ethical enough to survive. Will we as a species pass this test, avoid the cosmic mouse-trap, and survive?

    All of the children, now and for all future time, will thank you for your kind efforts on their behalf.

    All best wishes,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  18. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    All thanks to everyone for your most kind attention and prompt action in this tragic crisis.

    The schedule at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Update on the Fermilab Lab Webpage under, "Fermilab now," indicates that the condensed (chilled) beam with greater focus is scheduled to come on line latter tonight. Again, it is clear that with a classically defined breaching of the potential barrier towards de Sitter space, that this greater focus provides for a higher probability of forming a transition towards de Sitter space, thus releasing the force of a Type Ia Supernova upon our planet and solar system.

    Please, therefore, contact Fermilab immediately if you are at all concerned about this possibility.

    All the children now and for all time will thank you for your kind actions on their behalf.

    All Best Wishes,

    Yours sincerely,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  19. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    All thanks to everyone for their very kind and prompt action in this tragic concern.

    The observation of other planetary systems much like our own is now being brought forward through obervational astronomy. The possibility of other lifeforms developing towards a technological expertise sufficient to build high-energy physics experiments may no longer seem as far-fetched as it did some years ago when even the possibliity of finding planets around other stars was considered quite fantastic.

    The central hypothesis, therefore, is that Type Ia Supernova, which may be used as standard candles in observational astronomy are generated by high-energy physics experimentation such as is now being carried out at Fermilab. Let us not further verify this hypothsis by generating our own Type Ia supernova!

    All the children now and for all future time wll thank you for your most prompt actions on their behalf.

    All Best Wishes!

    Yours sincerely,


    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  20. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many thanks to everyone for their kind actions in this most tragic concern.

    Should we not create a supernova by breaching the potential barrier towards de Sitter space, then we would have refuted the most respected and tested theories of Albert Einstein and Willem de Sitter in relativistic cosmology. Do we wish to continue with this foolhardy plunge into the unknown in a vain belief that the laws of physics will somehow be suspended during the course of this experimentation?

    All the children will thank you for your kind actions in these matters.

    All Best Wishes!

    Yours sincerely

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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  21. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    <i>Do we wish to continue with this foolhardy plunge into the unknown in a vain belief that the laws of physics will somehow be suspended during the course of this experimentation?</i>

    Could be fun....

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  22. John Devers (AVATAR) Registered Senior Member

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    Well I see you can name drop as in this quote below,

    "then we would have refuted the most respected and tested theories of Albert Einstein and Willem de Sitter in relativistic cosmology"

    Do you know what energy densities they provided in their calculations?

    Do you know what their "tested theory" says and what figures they gave?
     
  23. Paul W. Dixon Registered Senior Member

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    Many, many thanks for everyone's kind actions in this most tragic concern.

    Please review the post of 03 - 04 - 01 10:00 AM of Paul W. Dixon where the references are cited for Gott, R. (1982) Creation of open universes from de Sitter space, Nature, 295, 304 - 307., and Waldrop, M. M. (1982) Bubbles upon the river of time, Science 215, 4536, 1082 - 1083. From these figures cited therein the value of 1.6 x 10 to the 126th power electron volts per cubic centimeter can be derived for de Sitter space. This concentration of energy is more than sufficient to create a Type Ia Supernova. This post is found about midway in Page 1 of this thread.

    The current luminosity now cited in the Accelerator Update at
    Fermilab is 16.64 E30 at some 979.66 GeV. With the increased focal powers now derived from the chilling of the beam, the concentration of energies in a classical sense is now greater than previously evidenced thus increasing the probability of forming a transition towards de Sitter space by breaching the large potential barrier found at each point in the continuum.

    All the children now and for all future time will thank you for your kind actions on their behalf - and may God have mercy on our souls.

    All Best Wishes,

    Paul W. Dixon, Ph.D.
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