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'Simple Discovery' Leads to Aust Science Breakthrough - Australia


Science & Tech  (tags: australia, university, scientists, wollongong, carbon, solar cells )

Chrissy
- 4128 days ago - abc.net.au
Australian researchers have discovered a cheap and simple way to make sheets of carbon just one atom thick - a finding that has implications for a range of developments from solar cells to bionic ears.



   

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Daniel Barker (35)
Sunday February 3, 2008, 1:24 pm
Solar energy is about to explode. It started out at thousands of dollar a watt, then dropped to five dollars, where it stayed for many years. Recenlty it has passed the threshhold - a dollar a watt, (the company is Nanosolar) - which means it is cheaper than coal.

I suspect the glory days of petroleum and coal are beginning to end.
 

Penelope P (222)
Sunday February 3, 2008, 11:09 pm
Chrisssie this important congratulations . Would love to know if this relates to microchip technology was reading of a the size of an atomchip
 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Monday February 4, 2008, 5:46 am
They go to a lot of trouble and expense, to keep the people in the dark.
The data and technology, that you are being shown, is ANCIENT.
They are light years ahead in technology,
These are facts,
What ever "they" show, ..as..."new technology",...you can be sure, that it is at least, 20 to 30 years old.
Einsteins theories are intentionally mis-leading.(totally wrong)
They have computers the size of a grain of salt(well even smaller than that), that can be reached by satelite,
scalar, or micro wave, any where on this planet at any time.
They have anti,...so called,.."gravity", and inter-planetary space travel.
Doctor leads time travel research

Television's Dr Who popularised the time travel concept
Experiments aimed at unlocking secrets of time travel are being led by Aberdeen University.
Researchers are examining the fabric of space time and what science fiction authors refer to as the fourth dimension.

Dr Charles Wang will study the microscopic movement of atoms, which can be affected by the earth spinning.

He said: "This is a very interesting possibility which cannot entirely be ruled out by physics."

Television's Dr Who and the Back to the Future movies promised the concept of time travel.

If successful, the results will have a profound impact on our understanding of the fundamental nature of space and time in the universe

Dr Charles Wang
Aberdeen University

Albert Einstein said instead of considering space to be a shapeless vacuum it should be looked at as an object.

The theory is for something to exist it must have length, breadth and thickness, the three dimensions.

It must also have something else. An object exists from the moment it is created to the moment it is destroyed. In between those moments is the duration of time - the so-called fourth dimension.

..All this data,.. is related,..

I am trying to lay the information out, in hopes that someone will get the BIG,.Picture.

The picture is ,,,,H U G E..!
It seems very apparent, that unless its on mainstream media, it doesn't exist in some peoples minds.

Read the HAARP patent I put up, and try to understand,.... all,...the implications.

The reality that is being presented to the public, is ancient, in every way.
 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Monday February 4, 2008, 5:46 am
Dr Charles Wang
Aberdeen University

Albert Einstein said instead of considering space to be a shapeless vacuum it should be looked at as an object.

The theory is for something to exist it must have length, breadth and thickness, the three dimensions.

It must also have something else. An object exists from the moment it is created to the moment it is destroyed. In between those moments is the duration of time - the so-called fourth dimension.

..All this data,.. is related,..

I am trying to lay the information out, in hopes that someone will get the BIG,.Picture.

The picture is ,,,,H U G E..!
 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Monday February 4, 2008, 5:54 am
Time travel

It's one of the intriguing curiosities of the history of science that spacetime wormholes were actually investigated by mathematical relativists in great detail long before anybody took the notion of black holes seriously. As early as 1916, less than a year after Einstein had formulated his equations of the general theory, the Austrian Ludwig Flamm had realised that Schwarzschild's solution to Einstein's equations actually describes a wormhole connecting two regions of flat spacetime -- two universes, or two parts of the same universe. Speculation about the nature of wormholes continued intermittently for decades. What the pioneering relativists did establish, very early on, was that Schwarzschild wormholes provide no means of communicating from one universe to the other.

The problem is that in order to traverse an Einstein-Rosen bridge from one universe to the other, a traveller would have to move faster than light at some stage of the journey. And there is another problem with this kind of wormhole -- it is unstable. If you imagine the "dent" in spacetime made by a large mass such as the Sun, squeezed into a volume only slightly bigger than its corresponding Schwarzschild sphere, you would get an "embedding diagram", like Figure 1. The surprise about the Schwarzschild geometry is that when you shrink the mass down to within its Schwarzschild radius, you don't just get a bottomless pit, as in Figure 2; instead, the bottom of the embedding diagram opens out to make the connection with another region of flat spacetime (Figure 3). But this beautiful, open throat, offering the tantalising prospect of travel between universes, exists for only a tiny fraction of a second before it snaps shut. The wormhole itself does not even exist for long enough for light to cross from one universe to the other. In effect, gravity slams shut the door between universes. This is especially disappointing, because if you ignore the rapid evolution of the wormhole and only look at the geometry corresponding to the instant when the throat is wide open, it seems as if such wormholes might even connect, not separate universes but separate regions of our own Universe. Space may be flat near each mouth of the wormhole, but bent around in a gentle curve, far away from the wormhole, so that the connection really is a shortcut from one part of the Universe to another (Figure 4). If you imagine unfolding this geometry to make the entire Universe flat except in the vicinity of the wormhole mouths, you get something like Figure 5, in which a curved wormhole connects two separate regions of a completely flat Universe -- and don't be fooled by the fact that in this drawing the distance from one mouth to the other through the wormhole itself seems to be longer than the distance from one mouth to the other through ordinary space; in the proper four-dimensional treatment, even such a curved wormhole can still provide a shortcut from A to B.

Or at least, it could if the wormhole stayed open for long enough, and if passage through the wormhole didn't involve travelling at speeds faster than that of light. But this is not the end of the story of hyperspace connections. A simple Schwarzschild black hole has no overall electric charge, and it does not rotate. Intriguingly, adding either electric charge or rotation to a black hole transforms the nature of the singularity, thereby opening the gateway to other universes, and makes the journey possible while travelling at speeds less than that of light.

Adding electric charge to a black hole provides it with a second field of force, in addition to gravity. Because charges with the same sign repel one another, this electric field acts in the opposite sense to gravity, trying to blow the black hole apart, not pulling it more tightly together. Rotation does much the same. There is a force, in either case, that opposes the inward tug of gravity.

Although gravity still tries to slam shut the door opening to other universes, the electric field, or rotation, holds the door open for travellers to get through. But there is still a sense in which this is a one way door; you could not get back to the universe you started from - - you would inevitably emerge into another region of spacetime, usually interpreted as another universe. What goes in one end (the black hole) comes out of the other end (sometimes dubbed a white hole). Turning around to go back the way you came would require travelling faster than light.

Until Sagan made his innocent enquiry about wormholes to Thorne, this was the nearest the mathematicians had come to describing a plausible traversable, macroscopic wormhole.

New speculations, encouraged by Sagan's wishful thinking and developed by the CalTech researchers and others, suggest that it might indeed be possible to construct traversable wormholes artificially, just as Sf writers have been telling us for decades, given a suitably advanced technological civilization.

 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Monday February 4, 2008, 5:56 am
"They", tell you it might be possible,... it has happened 30 years ago...

....NO Joke..
 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Monday February 4, 2008, 6:01 am
There are documents, confirming all I say, and they will be intoduced, as I ...have the time,..I guess.
 

Scott Shaubel (816)
Monday February 4, 2008, 6:15 am
Nikola Tesla, Montauk (the secret time travel project).
ALL,...Nik Tesla's, hidden discoveries,.. more than, 1,200 patents,(USA military has developed most)

R E A L I T Y,...........not even close to what "they" ,.. have you believe.
 
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