Thursday, July 27, 2006

EVOS as stringy black holes

But for strong short range gravity G* ~ 10^40G(Newton)
It gives a consistent picture with interior /\ ~ -(10^-13 cm)^-2 with positive ZPF pressure, w = -1 i.e. negative ZPF energy density inside the shell of charge.
Do we need extra space dimensions from string theory for this? Could be.
On Jul 27, 2006, at 7:37 AM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:


Ken Shoulders is old USG weaponeer who worked with Hal Puthoff - he is a Tom Edison/Tesla type guy - we are talking on-the-shelf small EVO devices here - more than theory. It's operational lab stuff that Hal Puthoff is very interested in. Hal's theory is wrong, mine is right on target - I explain old problem of stability of electron as well as EVOS in one swoop + origin of weak force scale.

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From: Jack Sarfatti
Date: July 27, 2006 7:26:17 AM PDT
To: Ken Shoulders

Subject: EVOS as black holes

If G = Newton's Weak-Long-Scale G they are not.
If G* = Strong-Short-Scale G they are.

In Newton's G

Gm/c^2 = 10^-56 cm

In strong G*

G*m/c^2 = 10^-16 cm weak force scale

An EVO of 10^12 electrons has gravity radius of 10^-4 cm.

If N electrons are on a shell of radius r in a single layer

N(h/mc)^2 = 4pir^2

10^12(10^-11)^2 ~ 10r^2

10^-9 ~ r^2

r ~ 10^-4 cm

So that works.

Also as I show in Super Cosmos you need exactly G* ~ 10^40G to glue the electrons together into the EVO from the interior positive zero point energy pressure with negative zero point energy density inside and a very weak positive dark energy density outside the shell consistent with observation. Puthoff's EVO model is opposite and is wrong.

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