Saturday, October 10, 2009


This is where I am going to put links to Datasets from spacecraft and satellites. I am going to analyse the data in reference to the Standard Vibration Model described here.

The first project will be to analyze Mercury's orbit using all available data. I would like help in this project. I would also like to show the analyzed data here in an application for blogger in 3d.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Ummmm, Plasma

VASIMR (Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket)

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Detecting Gravity

The detection of gravity should have been one of the simplest things scientists to detect. It should have been detected by the large particle accelerators. It should have needed to be accounted for in other findings.

Scientist have yet to find any evidence of gravity! Let me restate that. THERE IS NO GRAVITY!

Gravity should have messed up any experiment using a laser trying to define atomic measurements standards. These laser detection systems that measure changes in atoms should have had errors created by the distance function of the earth and sun gravitation. Every day there should be a modifier to account for the gravity of the sun in relation to the position of the earth. When you get down to this level of accuracy, minor changes mess things up. And Gravity should have messed up these experiments.

So, more anecdotal evidence showing the failure to detect gravity.