Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The phenomenon of retarded potentials

Nikolay NOSKOV

1940...2008
The engineer of control of the nuclear reactor, Institute of nuclear Physics, National Nuclear Center, Republic of Kazakhstan
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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: 
 
Where:
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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