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Clutter Freak

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Jul 25, 2022, 3:32:35 AMJul 25
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Dollar has only gotten weaker by 35% in one year and already the only aspect of life in USA that enjoyed relative immunity against CH shortcomings is now affected!

Corporations!

If Cro-Magnon traits hit corporations too, what is there left to stop big disasters, I wonder. It is too late for me to bother with this right now (I've got to get some rest and hit out to work tomorrow, i.e. in 4 hours) but I just read in the news that the Iranian ace who built the car making plant for Tesla in Texas so fast, and literally from scratch, is now being pushed out of Tesla for some bogus excuse they have searched and searched and found to come up with :-(

Jealous motherfuckers, that's what they are. "Jim Pennino"s.

You CH dimwits don't understand such minds as Omead Afshar's even if it's banged hard on top of your heads; but, still I'll give the opportunity for you to try your luck. Here is an interview with Afshar a few years back at the occasion of a UC Irvine alumni gathering which he gave. See if you can figure him out! Hehe :)

He is fast. Things he says are dense. Too fast and too dense for the ACOB of a CH to process. But every concept he utters is a jewel for those who can process them! Even personally I experienced and discovered some of them myself. So good luck with that for you dimwits.

When I see the front rows of the audience it is just as if a few cats are sitting calm to study a human. Good luck with them as well :-) Hehe :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY1KYFtGSGw



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Clutterfreak

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Jul 26, 2022, 12:11:09 AMJul 26
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Where the hell is the subject line of my message?..

I created the message on groups.google site, and now I see
somebody has replaced my subject line with the letter "Q" ..

Slightest, .. even slightest control you give to others in
anything usenet results in fascism coming out of their every
motherfucking soul's nature, and showing itself!

Fucking "Jim Pennino" pests have some sort of control on
groups.google which they should not have been given to.





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Archimedes Plutonium

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Jul 26, 2022, 12:21:31 AMJul 26
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uestion Putin, how many of your 6,000 missiles are rust buckets like your artillery in Ukraine, while the West's 6,000 missiles are electronic and precise. 5 Sarmat Russian missiles aimed at Beijing and pulverize it, no wonder the Chinese need a Spacestation.. but we will pulverize....
On Monday, July 25, 2022 at 2:32:35 AM UTC-5, Clutter Freak wrote:

Russian ICBMs aimed at Beijing. Tell Putin, we are ready to push nuclear buttons to where every Russian city and Chinese is a pile of ash// And for every missile launched on Ukraine, one is sent to Moscow// Science Council Rules Earth

In the news _yesterday_ was that Russia and Ukraine sign a deal to transport grain to hungry nations. Today is the news that Russia bombs those shipments.

So, well the only way to talk to a bully like Putin is to tell him whatever he button pushes, the West responds in kind. The 6,000 rust bucket missiles of ICBMs that Russia has is no match for the 6,000 ready and able ICBMs the West has.

And for every missile strike on Ukraine, a like kind is sent to bomb Moscow, St.Petersburg, Volgograd.

Every bully in the world is treated this way, for it is the only effective treatment that stops the ignorant bully.


Key is to tell Xi, that if a nuclear exchange takes place, all major Chinese cities are ash piles. For Putin is past crazy, but there is immense hope that Xi has still a rational mind, enough to pull Putin from the brink.

Putin is going to push nuclear buttons, no matter what.

And the West needs to target every large Russian city and Chinese city, including North Korea. Pakistan and India need to target China.

I am betting on the fact that the superiority of electronics of the West weapons, ICBM, is so vastly superior over Russia's ICBM. That in an exchange, 1/2 or over 1/2 are duds of Russia.

The West needs to revamp all targets to be large cities, just as Russia is doing in Ukraine-- destroying cities. It is foolish for a ICBM to target a military base, a silo or military installation. For it is people who build ICBMs and not ICBMs build more ICBMs.

The West needs to make it clear to Xi, as Putin escalates, China will be destroyed completely if Putin pushes buttons.

Sanctions are meant to make a country not powerful to become a threat and sanctions are meant to depose a dictator by his own people. But economic sanctions on Russia should have been applied in 1950 and never withdrawn, and so Russia would never have become this ominious in power and threats. Same applies to China and move all manufacturing back to the West.

Putin will push buttons, regardless, and so it is fitting for the West to state quite clearly to Russia, we are ready for your button pushing, and that every missile strike into Ukraine, you will receive a like missile strike on Moscow, St Petersburg or Volgograd.

The Cuban Missile Crisis was solved by Kennedy making the threat of a maritime blockade. Kennedy talked to Eisenhower before he decided to install the blockade. But here we have the opposite situation in 2022, where Putin is making threats and the West being cowards. Kennedy, the good guy made threats and the world is better off. Putin the bad guy is making threats and the West is cowards.

For Putin will push the nuclear buttons before he is gone from Earth. When you meet a bully, you push back equally as what the bully inflicts. The Bible comes in loud and clear on bullies-- an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.

Putin will push nuclear buttons, anyway. For you can see it in a treaty on Friday to ship food grain, and broken on Saturday with a missile attack.


The West is in sad state of mind ever since 1950. They knew Russia had ICBM building program. They knew Russia was constantly a enemy of the West, yet they never sanctioned Russia until 2022, far too late. If the West had sanctioned Russia in 1950 as they did in 2022, Russia would not be a bully saber rattling threatening the entire planet.

As for China, the idiot Nixon open door trade, where they sell us cheap hammers and screwdrivers, all the more and better to drop bombs on the USA in the future. Nixon the president with no logical brains, not a single marble of logic, much the sames as 90% of the posters in sci.physics. Much like Trump, and what Nixon and Trump have in common, is that the USA is such a great nation, that even fools with no logical brains can aspire to and become president of the USA, even though they have no logical marbles upstairs. It is not that we should thank Nixon or Trump for being president, to the contrary, they should thank the American people for tolerating such idiocy for 4 years in office. You have to be a "great nation" to let trash like Nixon and Trump in the oval office, and for the USA to survive such 4 years of waste and abuse of power.

So, if the USA had bright logical leadership, every thing would have been done to
1) recognize our enemies
2) economically sanction our enemies and watch them grow weaker and weaker ( we cannot buy their goods, but they can buy ours)
3) form defense alliances such as NATO and make that organization larger and larger.

If that had been done instead of the loudmouth fools wanting Chinese goods to make money, but forgetting, they will drop bombs with their riches.

Then we would not be in this ugly precarious situation of a crazy madman in Russia who could start a nuclear war that would set back humanity over a 1,000 years in the dark trying to recover, and no chance of a permanent colony on Europa for our Sun has gone Red Giant Initiation Phase, and threatens to extinct and throw into oblivion all the life on Earth.

So we let a crazy madman control some 6,000 ICBM missiles.

And we face the ugly situation of his threats on pushing the buttons if he does not get Ukraine.

Well, he is so crazy, that he will push the buttons regardless. Can Xi talk him out of it? I doubt it.

And so the West must do what Kennedy did. Threaten Russia. Kennedy threatened Russia in the Cuban Missile Crisis with a shipping blockade into Cuba.

This is what the West needs now-- threaten Russia, with pushing the nuclear buttons. Tell Russia, every missile strike into Ukraine is met with a missile strike on Moscow, or St.Petersburg, or Volgograd or other cities.

If Putin pushes nuclear buttons, sadly, there goes world war 3. But Putin will push regardless of Ukraine, for he is that old and that crazy and insane of a man, that the only thing he knows and likes is "bombing". Bombing is how he got into office, and bombing is what he will do the last day he is on Earth.

Xi maybe able to stop Putin, and we all can hope Xi comes to some common sense, but as up to now, Xi is acting just as crazy and insane as Putin. It needs to be well explained to Xi that if Putin goes nuclear, that every big Chinese city is wiped off the map. I do not think Xi understands that. I suspect Xi is living in a foggy bubble where he thinks Russia and the West are destroyed and Xi and the Chinese Communist party is there for the clean up and the domination of the world-- what is left of it. Xi is rather dumb to much extent for he loves Russia for stealing Outer Manchuria, yet he hates the USA for making China rich. So, well, can we get Xi to remove Putin? I suspect not. For he lives in that fantasy of China untouched and China cleans up after the rest of the world is a ash wasteland.

So, the West, after it is seen on 22July of a treaty to let food grains out of Ukraine and the very next day 23July, Russia bombs the shipping, is time for the West to take a new role a new strategy. Call up Putin and tell him we are ready willing and able to push nuclear buttons for which every Russian and Chinese city because a ash pile. And every missile strike in Ukraine is met by a missile strike upon Moscow, St. Petersburg and Volgograd and Vladivostok.

The bully has gone too far....

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Archimedes Plutonium

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Question Texas A&M physics dept Girish Agarwal, Glenn Agnolet, Alexey Akimov, and others.
Why is the Clutterfreak account not unplugged with ongoing Iran sanctions. Why let this propaganda idiot flood and pollute newsgroups like sci.physics, flood them day in day out, with their unending chatterbox spam? There is never any physics in a Clutterfreak post and he should be unplugged. Please help in removing this propaganda spamming imbecile from sci.physics. He says he is posting from Texas.

> > Texas A&M physics dept
> > > Artem Abanov, Tom Adair, Girish Agarwal, Glenn Agnolet, Alexey Akimov, Roland Allen, Meigan Aronson, Bill Bassichis, Katrin Becker, Melanie Becker, Alexey Belyanin, Siu Ah Chin, Gregory Christian, Darren DePoy, Steven Dierker, Nelson Duller, Bhaskar Dutta, Ricardo Eusebi, Alexander Finkelstein, Lewis Ford, Rainer Fries, Ed Fry, Carl Gagliardi, John Hardy, Philip Hemmer, Dudley Herschbach, Jeremy Holt, Teruki Kamon, Helmut G. Katzgraber, Robert Kennicutt, Che-Ming Ko, Olga Kocharovskaya, Vitaly Kocharovsky, Jaan Laane, David Lee, Igor Lyuksyutov, Lucas Macri, Rupak Mahapatra, Jennifer Marshall, John Mason, Peter McIntyre, Dan Melconian, Saskia Miodszewski, Nader Mirabolfathi, Dimitri Nanopoulos, Donald Naugle, Casey Papovich, Valery Pokrovsky, Christopher Pope, Ralf Rapp, Grigory Rogachev, Joe Ross, Alexei Safonov, Wayne Saslow, Hans Schuessler, Marlan Scully, Egin Sezgin, Alexei Sokolov, Louis Strigari, Nicholas Suntzeff, Winfried Teizer, David Toback, Kim-Vy Tran, Bob Tribble, Jonelle Walsh, Lifan Wang, Robert Webb, Michael Weimer, George Welch, Wenhao Wu, Vladislav Yakovlev, Ping Yang, Dave Youngblood, Aleksei Zheltikov, M. Suhail Zubairy,

Girish Agarwal, Glenn Agnolet, Alexey Akimov, ever ask the question, which is the atom's true electron-- muon or 0.5MeV particle which AP says is the Dirac magnetic monopole while the real electron is a muon stuck inside a 840MeV proton torus doing the Faraday law. In fact so stupid is this list of so called physicists that they went through life believing the slant cut in single cone is a ellipse, when in reality it is a Oval of 1 axis of symmetry for the cone has 1 axis of symmetry but ellipse requires 2 axes of symmetry. The minds of all these so called physicists are not good enough to be doing physics. In fact, so stupid in science and math are all these people that when told in High School or College that a slant cut in single cone is a ellipse, they believed it, and believe in it to this day without so much as ever questioning the idea that a single cone and oval have just 1 axis of symmetry while ellipse requires 2 axes of symmetry, and yet many on this list were awarded science prizes. Maybe for ignorance of science but not for truth of science.

> > 1) think a slant cut in single cone is a ellipse when it is proven to be a Oval, never the ellipse. For the cone and oval have 1 axis of symmetry, while ellipse has 2.
> > 2) think Boole logic is correct with AND truth table being TFFF when it really is TTTF in order to avoid 2 OR 1 =3 with AND as subtraction
> > 3) can never do a geometry proof of Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and are too ignorant in math to understand that analysis of something is not proving something in their "limit hornswaggle"
> > 4) too stupid in science to ask the question of physics-- is the 1897 Thomson discovery of a 0.5MeV particle actually the Dirac magnetic monopole and that the muon is the true electron of atoms stuck inside a 840MeV proton torus doing the Faraday law. Showing that Peter Higgs, Sheldon Glashow, Ed Witten, John Baez, Roger Penrose, Arthur B. McDonald are sapheads when it comes to logical thinking in physics with their do nothing proton, do nothing electron.

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W. Gilbert Clark, John Cornwall, Robert Cousins, Eric D'Hoker
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Huan Huang, Eric Hudson, George Igo, Per Kraus, Alexander Kusenko
Thomas Mason, George Morales, Warren Mori, Steven Moszkowski
Christoph Niemann, Kumar Patel, Roberto Peccei, Claudio Pellegrini
Seth Putterman, B. Regan, James Rosenzweig, Joseph Rudnick
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Tai Wu, Amir Yacoby, Susanne Yelin, Xi Yin

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> > Layers of error thinking physics Re: 2-Comparative Analysis of failures of Logic with failures of Physics// one thinks 3 OR 2 =5 with 3 AND 2 = subtraction of either 3 or 2, while the other thinks proton to electron is 938MeV vs .5MeV when truly it is 840MeV to 105MeV
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> > Physical Review Letters: Proton Mass
> > Yi-Bo Yang, Jian Liang, Yu-Jiang Bi, Ying Chen, Terrence Draper, Keh-Fei Liu, Zhaofeng Liu
> > more and more layers of error thinking physics
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> > Mark Barton, PhD in Physics, The University of Queensland, physicist with National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
> > Answered Aug 26, 2013 · Author has 8.7k answers and 10.3m answer views
> > None at all - he was a raving nutter.
> > Richard A. Muller, crank at Berkeley
> > Jennifer Kahn, Discover, science hater
> > Eric Francis Coppolino, newsreporter hatred of science, George Witte, St.Martin's Press science hater
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> > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author)
> >
> > Preface: This is AP's 151st book of science published. It is one of my most important books of science because 1st year college physics is so impressionable on students, if they should continue with physics, or look elsewhere for a career. And also, physics is a crossroad to all the other hard core sciences, where physics course is mandatory such as in chemistry or even biology. I have endeavored to make physics 1st year college to be as easy and simple to learn. In this endeavor to make physics super easy, I have made the writing such that you will see core ideas in all capital letters as single sentences as a educational tool. And I have made this textbook chapter writing follow a logical pattern of both algebra and geometry concepts, throughout. The utmost importance of logic in physics needs to be seen and understood. For I have never seen a physics book, prior to this one that is logical. Every Old Physics textbook I have seen is scatter-brained in topics and in writing. I use as template book of Halliday & Resnick because a edition of H&R was one I was taught physics at University of Cincinnati in 1969. And in 1969, I had a choice of majors, do I major in geology, or mathematics, or in physics, for I will graduate from UC in 1972. For me, geology was too easy, but physics was too tough, so I ended up majoring in mathematics. If I had been taught in 1969 using this textbook that I have written, I would have ended up majoring in physics, my first love. For physics is not hard, not hard at all, once you clear out the mistakes and the obnoxious worthless mathematics that clutters up Old Physics, and the illogic that smothers much of Old Physics.
> >
> > Maybe it was good that I had those impressions of physics education of poor education, which still exists throughout physics today. Because maybe I am forced to write this book, because of that awful experience of learning physics in 1969. Without that awful experience, maybe this textbook would have never been written by me.
> >
> > Cover picture is the template book of Halliday & Resnick, 1988, 3rd edition Fundamentals of Physics and sitting on top are cut outs of "half bent circles, bent at 90 degrees" to imitate magnetic monopoles. Magnetic Monopoles revolutionizes physics education, and separates-out, what is Old Physics from what is New Physics.
> >
> > Product details
> > • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09JW5DVYM
> > • Publication date ‏ : ‎ October 19, 2021
> > • Language ‏ : ‎ English
> > • File size ‏ : ‎ 1035 KB
> > • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
> > • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
> > • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Print length ‏ : ‎ 386 pages
> > • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Best Sellers Rank: #4,874,333 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
> > ◦ #526 in Electromagnetic Theory
> > ◦ #1,321 in Electromagnetism (Kindle Store)
> > ◦ #9,546 in Electromagnetism (Books)
> >
> >
> >
> > #2-5, 174th published book
> >
> > TEACHING TRUE PHYSICS, 2nd year College
> > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author) Kindle Edition
> >
> > Preface: At the moment this is a physics book for 2nd year College. But as the months and years go by I intend to convert it into a textbook of about 200 to 300 pages. It is mostly about thermodynamics for in my own college education 1968-1972 at University of Cincinnati, I took physics thermodynamics in the 2nd year (if memory has not failed me).
> > Cover-Picture: Is a iphone photograph of the Chemistry textbook I used at UC 1968-1972 with my own paper cut-outs of magnetic monopoles. Pictured are 4 bent circles, bent at 90degrees from diameter and each bent circle is a individual magnetic monopole.
> >
> > Product details
> > • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09TKL4HMC
> > • Publication date ‏ : ‎ February 27, 2022
> > • Language ‏ : ‎ English
> > • File size ‏ : ‎ 675 KB
> > • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
> > • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
> > • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Print length ‏ : ‎ 41 pages
> > • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> >
> >
> >
> > #2-6, 177th published book
> > TEACHING TRUE PHYSICS, Architecture of Atoms, 3rd year College
> > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author) Kindle Edition
> >
> > Preface: I come to teaching physics for 3rd year College as the Architecture of Atoms. My writing style will be prose-narrative, until I add on exercise problems and convert it into a textbook. The 1st year College, has to be the equations and laws of electricity and magnetism. For the primal-axiom over all of physics is-- All is Atom, and atoms are nothing but electricity and magnetism. The 2nd year College is thermodynamics. And now the 3rd year College physics has to teach the Architecture, the geometry of the inside and exterior surface of the atom. One of the greatest faults, misery, and anti-science teaching of Old Physics is their denial that subatomic particles have to be something more than tiny balls tiny spheres that do-nothing, perform nothing, function as nothing. That the proton and neutron and true electron=muon, has to be matter with a function and purpose and design and task and job. This is a year of physics teaching of the architecture of the atom.
> > Cover Picture: A iphone photograph of my book chemistry book, a long time favorite of mine of CHEM ONE, 2nd edition, Waser, Trueblood, Knobler, 1980, and page 307 of that book. Why this page? Because it was instrumental in my discovery of the true Architecture of Atoms. Not many professors of chemistry or physics dive into the Shrodinger Equation that results in a meaningful teaching of "matter waves". Matter waves are the heart of understanding the geometry of Atomic Architecture.
> >
> > Product details
> > • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09VFH9QST
> > • Publication date ‏ : ‎ March 12, 2022
> > • Language ‏ : ‎ English
> > • File size ‏ : ‎ 823 KB
> > • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
> > • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
> > • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
> > • Print length ‏ : ‎ 74 pages
> > • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> >
> >
> >
> > #2-7, 178th published book
> >
> > TEACHING TRUE PHYSICS, Architecture of Light Waves & Energy, 4th year College
> > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author) (Kindle edition)
> >
> >
> > Preface: This is 4th year College Physics and the important ideas of physics to learn as last year undergraduate school is the architecture and geometry of the Light Wave & Energy in physics. This is New Physics and not Old Physics. New Physics is defined as physics that knows and uses the true electron of atoms is the muon stuck inside a 840MeV proton torus and doing the Faraday law, creating new electrical energy that is storaged in the neutrons of atoms until they grow from 1eV into 945MeV and then create a new higher atomic numbered atom or emitted as radioactivity. Old Physics mistakenly identified the electron of atoms as the 0.5MeV particle that AP calls the Dirac magnetic monopole. In 3rd year College we studied the architecture of the interior of atoms. In 4th year College we study the architecture of Light Waves & Energy.
> >
> > The template book for 4th year College is Feynman's 1985 book of QED.
> >
> > Cover Picture: Is my iphone photograph of the template book for this book. Feynman's 1985 QED, quantum electrodynamics, showing my plastic toy model of DNA and my cut-outs of 4 bent circles that each bent circle represents one magnetic monopole. I arranged the monopoles into a single strand of a cycloid wave.
> >
> > Product details
> > • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09W58XGDW
> > • Publication date ‏ : ‎ March 21, 2022
> > • Language ‏ : ‎ English
> > • File size ‏ : ‎ 824 KB
> > • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
> > • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
> > • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Print length ‏ : ‎ 66 pages
> > • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > #2-9, 161st published book
> >
> > PHYSICSOPEDIA -- List of 137 fakes and mistakes of Old Physics// Student teaches professor Kindle Edition
> > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author)
> >
> > Last revision was 24Apr2022. This is AP's 161st published book of science.
> >
> > Preface:
> > A Physicsopedia is a book of the overall assessment and evaluation of the state of the art of Physics. It is like a report card. It is a total view of the science and a judgement of the science, both of the past, present and the direction forward into the future. Its greatest use is to alert readers and people in science of what is wrong with their subject, and as a ancillary use, to alert students what to avoid in college as a waste of time.
> >
> > It is not in alphabetical order but mostly, rather, has a ordering of what is most important at the start and only at the very very end. For there is no index.
> >
> > Physics is the most important hard science for every other science is a specialized part of physics. And Old Physics has three key huge mistakes that this book addresses. The true theory of the Universe is the Atom Totality, not the Big Bang which is a ridiculous theory. The true electron of atoms is not the particle of 0.5MeV which turns out to be Dirac's magnetic monopole, while the true real electron of atoms is the muon of 105MeV which is stuck inside a proton torus of 8 rings of 840MeV. This causes another huge mistake, for a mistake in physics usually has a cascade effect of more and more mistakes. When we take the true electron of atoms is the muon, means the Sun and stars shine not from fusion, but from that muon thrusting through the proton torus in a Faraday law of electricity and magnetism producing electrical energy. So our Sun shines from the Faraday law, not fusion. And this implies the Sun has gone into Red Giant phase with a solar radiation increase of 0.005% yearly increase. That implies all life on Earth is in danger of going extinct as the Sun becomes more and more Red Giant, and unless humanity moves out to Europa, humanity goes extinct.
> >
> >
> > Product details
> > • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09N18QPP1
> > • Publication date ‏ : ‎ December 3, 2021
> > • Language ‏ : ‎ English
> > • File size ‏ : ‎ 1139 KB
> > • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
> > • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
> > • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
> > • Print length ‏ : ‎ 82 pages
> > • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
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> > | /
> > | /
> > |/______ x
> >
> > More people reading and viewing AP's newsgroup than viewing sci.math, sci.physics. So AP has decided to put all NEW WORK, to his newsgroup. And there is little wonder because in AP's newsgroups, there is only solid pure science going on, not a gang of hate spewing misfits blighting the skies.
> >
> > In sci.math, sci.physics there is only stalking hate spew along with Police Drag Net Spam of no value and other than hate spew there is Police drag net spam day and night.
> >
> > I re-opened the old newsgroup PAU of 1990s and there one can read my recent posts without the hassle of stalkers and spammers, Police Drag Net Spam that floods each and every day, book and solution manual spammers, off-topic-misfits, front-page-hogs, churning imbeciles, stalking mockers, suppression-bullies, and demonizers. And the taxpayer funded hate spew stalkers who ad hominem you day and night on every one of your posts.
> >
> > There is no discussion of science in sci.math or sci.physics, just one long line of hate spewing stalkers followed up with Police Drag Net Spam (easy to spot-- very offtopic-- with hate charged content). And countries using sci.physics & sci.math as propaganda platforms, such as tampering in elections with their mind-rot.
> >
> > Read my recent posts in peace and quiet.
> > https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!forum/plutonium-atom-universe
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Question Artem Abanov, Tom Adair,Texas A&M physics dept and others. West has sanctions on Russia and Iran, why not include Usenet in those sanctions that they can "read only" but not post their endless mindless b.s. propaganda and lies. Unplug Clutterfreak from science newsgroup, and if feeling lenient, let him post his b.s. spam to say alt.talk.iran or talk.iran, for he never has any physics.
Why is the Clutterfreak account not unplugged with ongoing Iran sanctions, surely those sanctions allow Usenet sci. heirarchy to unplug spamming propaganda nutjobs. Why let this propaganda idiot flood and pollute newsgroups like sci.physics, flood them day in day out, with their unending chatterbox spam? There is never any physics in a Clutterfreak post and he should be unplugged. Please help in removing this propaganda spamming imbecile from sci.physics. He says he is posting from Texas.

Archimedes Plutonium

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China's Xi giving Russia the Yellow River -Q-uestion Artem Abanov, Tom Adair,Texas A&M physics dept and others. West has sanctions on Russia and Iran, why not include Usenet in those sanctions that they can "read only" but not post their endless mindless b.s. propaganda and lies. Unplug Clutterfreak from science newsgroup, and if feeling lenient, let him post his b.s. spam to say alt.talk.iran or talk.iran, for he never has any physics.

Kibo Parry M on China's Xi giving Russia the Yellow River.

Kibo on CCP Xi, giving Putin's Russia Inner Manchuria, give them more Rivers in addition to Amur and Ussuri rivers for China needs more Drought, drought drought and give Russia the Yellow River while at it, so China can love Russia more and hate USA for making China rich, hate the USA even more.

On Thursday, September 1, 2022 at 5:34:22 PM UTC-5, Michael Moroney wrote:
>since you are a nobody of math, you have no say
over who gets shuffled off to anywhere. If anything, since you are an
even bigger math failure than even WM, it is you who should be shuffling
off, to sci.illogical, if anywhere.

Kibo, did the CIA give you the goofy name Michael Moroney? Wouldn't Bill Burns be more elegant?

Kibo Parry Moroney in 1997 blows his CIA cover-- to the entire world, mind you---
Re: Archimedes Vanadium, America's most beloved poster
>> In article <5nefan$i06$9...@news.thecia.net> kibo greps <ki...@shell.thecia.net> writes:
> >

Kibo, why is the Iranian Clutterfreak still allowed to pollute and brainwash, when Iran is under sanctions should apply to his Usenet access.

AP> Why is the Clutterfreak account not unplugged with ongoing Iran sanctions, surely those sanctions allow Usenet sci. heirarchy to unplug spamming propaganda nutjobs. Why let this propaganda idiot flood and pollute newsgroups like sci.physics, flood them day in day out, with their unending chatterbox spam? There is never any physics in a Clutterfreak post and he should be unplugged. Please help in removing this propaganda spamming imbecile from sci.physics. He says he is posting from Texas.

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On Monday, September 5, 2022 at 10:36:45 AM UTC-5, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 9/5/2022 4:45 AM, Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn wrote:
> > Jim Pennino wrote:
> >
> >
> >> Heavy ions that are spherical when at rest should assume the form
> >> of "pancakes" or flat disks when traveling nearly at the speed of
> >> light.
> >
> There's the smart aleck Pennino again, peeping through. He thinks he can
> speak for physics.
>
> None of you morons here (and quite possibly in relativity forum as well)
> know your relativity.
>
> Already since 1950s it became known that spherical objects, regardless
> of their speed relative to an observer, will look spherical to that
> observer.
>
> We even solved this as an exercise in our relativity course :)
>
> Hey, Pennino, I know you feel like shit in my presence, do you know why
> I know that? Because that's what brings you inside this forum. You're my
> groupie.
>
> I also know it because even a low IQ specimen like you understands that
> learning physics and in this case relativity in a Negro College or
> equivalent where you studied, is different from learning it from classes
> of its world-wide master :)
>
> You know what to do when I speak to you directly, Pennino, don't you :)
> Do that now! Finger yourself. "Hanson" will understand it perfectly.
>
> For those who're reading this, check out W. Panofsky's remark on how he
> accidentally stumbled on this fact when he sat and did the math. Or do
> the exercise yourself and prove that's the case.
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