Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The phenomenon of retarded potentials

Nikolay NOSKOV

The engineer of control of the nuclear reactor, Institute of nuclear Physics, National Nuclear Center, Republic of Kazakhstan

This is amazing. Thanks again to Curt Youngs for directing me to this man's work. 

I am reading his work and it is difficult at best. He understood something very important. I am going to be evaluating his work for some time. I am starting with "The phenomenon of retarded potentials"

His work affirms what I have been discussing. He understood longitudinal waves.   

This is a piece of that paper. Near the end. 
"Simulating the process of retarded potential on a moving test body [24] with the help of three variables: the velocity of the body, the force of interaction and the distance between the bodies, I have determined that the retarded potential occurs non-uniformly, in an undulatory fashion. It means, that the motion of bodies under the influence of a force (electrical or gravitational fields, atmospheric or liquid pressure differentials or others) occurs with longitudinal oscillations. The average velocity of a body driving with oscillations is a phase velocity.
The logical goal is finding out the direct or inverse proportionality of length of the oscillations for all three variables that lead to the expression: 
length of oscillations;
H = Factor of proportionality
= phase velocity of a body
R= Distance between test and central bodies
F(R) = the law of interaction"
And that is just the beginning. 

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