Saturday, May 14, 2005

Dark Energy tears steel to shreds?

Beautiful presentation! Dark energy instabilities ripping apart metal? Or is it simply conventional electrostatic energy? That's a question. :-)

I am putting our paper together in Super Cosmos. I brought it up to date recently. I think I sent you the pdf before I left San Francisco.

Nothing like hard evidence to show that maybe

Guv + /\zpfguv = 0

/\zpf = |Vacuum ODLRO||Anyon ODLRO|cos(argVacuum ODLRO - argAnyon ODLRO)

has consequences just like

E = Mc^2

But even more powerful? You can't always understand a seemingly innocuous set of symbols by simply looking at them.

On May 13, 2005, at 7:46 AM, Ken Shoulders wrote:

A paper by Ken Shoulders entitled "EVOs And The Hutchison Effect" will be presented at the 2005 Conference on Cold Fusion to be held at MIT on May 21. A 1 MB .PDF file showing some of the graphics slides to be used in that presentation can now be downloaded from:


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