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New movie - 'Defend Arindam!'
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Dr. Jai Maharaj
2014-05-30 00:47:22 UTC
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In article
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/science-moves-step-closer-t....
[
[ So the martians existed after all!!!
[
[ Wonder what more tricks the oil industry will pull out to
[ stop the hydrogen economy.
[
[ Looks like they are getting a bit worried that the
[ hydrogen economy will take off after all.
[
[ They need not worry. =3DA0Graceful degradation of old
[ technology has been going on for centuries. =3DA0In any case,
[ they have already made a lot of money, polluted the
[ planet, screwed up the environment, made lots of wars,
[ etc.
[
[ Cheers,
[
[ Arindam Banerjee, holder of an Australian patent relating
[ to the Hydrogen Transmission Network, that will cure the
[ world of its present ills, simply by providing a constant
[ flow of energy via hydrogen transmission through lossless
[ pipes from difficult to reach sources, to multiple
[ destinations. =3DA0Hydrogen from solar, wind, etc. via
[ electrolysis will replace high voltage power lines,
[ within 1-4 decades. =3DA0Hydrogen made from water, will be
[ turned again into water, so there is no loss of hydrogen
[ at all.
Are you actively marketing the HTN patent? - Jai Maharaj
I don't know the first thing about marketing anything,
and I have no money nor any good contacts in this line.
The WB Govt has at long last shown some interest in the
Hydrogen Economy, and I have been asked to prepare a
project proposal. =A0Without any fee, of course. I have
made a very lovely energy flow diagram in one page, to
show the scope, and allowed the WB Govt to make use of
the novel ideas there for the good of the people of
India, gratis.
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
I am sure that there are experts in Melbourne who can
help market your patent. There appears to be a lot of
activity in the energy industry in the Pacific region. Is
the flow diagram you created visible online? Dhanyavaad
for your gift to Bharat.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
A casting director has started sharing her wisodm. She is
looking into various scheduling aspects of the project.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
Wow, if I get the chance to play myself maybe I could
make some money. I have had some small success in my
amateur theatrical sideline recently. For the very first
time, I repeated a performance on stage! It was no mean
achievement, for my gentle soul to play the role of a
genocidal Pakistani army officer fluent in Bengali,
English, Urdu and Bangaal . Playing myself, now, will be
quite easy for me and I don't know how easy it will be
for anyone else. Plus, 10% of the going rate for
mediocre Hollywood actors, will be more than good enough
price to hire my dirt-cheap self.
It's good that you have an acting resume; I will pass on
the information. I met a vacationing actor-actress couple
this morning and learned about their various projects.
The general drift I got from the conversation is that the
prevailing air in Hollywood is one of frustration.
Original material and new talent are urgently sought.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
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On Monday, August 26, 2013 4:13:05 PM UTC+10,
Hollywood Is in Trouble, and We're All Going to Pay
By Isaac Chotiner
New Republic
August 12, 2013
It's been a tough summer for the film industry. A number
of high profile films have tanked at the box office, and
even Steven Spielberg=97the man commonly assumed to have
birthed the blockbuster era=97is predicting the "implosion"
of Hollywood. (As a side note, earlier this month Heather
Havrilesky had a good piece on why Spielberg is not to
blame for the industry's blockbuster mentality.)
Spielberg's theory is essentially that a studio will
eventually go under after it releases five or six bombs
in a row. The reason: budgets have become so gigantic.
And, indeed, this summer has been full of movies with
giant budgets and modest grosses, all of which has
elicited hand-wringing about financial losses, the lack
of a quality product (another post-apocalyptic thriller?
more superheroes?), and a possible connection between the
two. There has been some hope that Hollywood's troubles
will lead to a rethinking of how movies get made, and
which movies get greenlit by studio executives. But a
close look at this summer's grosses suggest a more
worrisome possibility: that the studios will become more
conservative and even less creative.
http://www.newrepublic.com/article/114265/hollywood-deep-trouble
Oh, dear. So how is it going for the movie about me?
Is that going to be scrapped now?
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
No I don't think so. Our team continues on with great
enthusiasm! As far as Hollywood is concerned in general,
I am sure that wise ones will learn from the errors made
in the past.
By the way, any idea what the "system" has done with your
post with all those "=20"s above in the quoted portion?
(I have now deleted them. February 23, 2014)
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
"So, let's say you are a Hollywood executive surveying
this scene. What do you take away from it? The first
lesson is that foreign grosses can save a crappy movie,
especially one with action. But you already knew that. So
what else? The most sanguine possibility is that you look
over this roster of dreck and decide to make fewer
derivative and dumb movies."
http://www.newrepublic.com/article/114265/hollywood-deep-trouble
And it applies more to financiers than anyone else, for
they are the ultimate greenlighters of movie projects.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
The following is a copy of my post from "the Case for Quantum"
The case against quantum is that quantum has only one card
in its rolodex which says 'E=3Dmv0*c^2' proving perfect with
no momentum issues...
[ No, e=mcc has nothing to do with quantum theory. Quantum
[ theory says energy travels in packets. Mathematically,
[ that amounts to e=hv, where h is Planck's constant and v
[ is the frequency of radiation. So, a radio wave of
[ frequency 100Hz actually is a series of energy quanta,
[ each of energy quantity 100h. btw h is a very small
[ number. The main argument that I like against quantum
[ theory is what happens when we have DC, that is where
[ v=0. By quantum theory there should be no energy
[ transfer from source to sink, but such is not the case as
[ all electrical engineers will inform you. Besides,
[ quantum theory does not account for how dimensions of
[ antennas account for energy transfer - only for certain
[ dimensions the energy transfer is effective, otherwise
[ the energy is bounced back to the source. Antenna
[ dimensioning for efficiency (this is more effective at
[ microwave and higher frequencies) is based upon
[ electromagnetic field theory (there has to be aether for
[ this to happen). e=mcc stuff basically says that the
[ universe is screwed up (twisted incredibly) all the time
[ in infinite ways to infinite sources and sinks of
[ radiation. Believe it, or not - or rather better believe
[ it, if you want acceptance in modern elite circles and
[ not get hounded out of employment.
[
[ Cheers,
[ Arindam Banerjee
I believe that to be true, and is one of the driving
elements in the backstory of my screenplay "Defend
Arindam" (working title). And the aether: one had better
call it "Higgs field" these days to be accepted by the
Nobel elite.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
http://tinyurl.com/JaiMaharaj
On Sunday, February 23, 2014, in article
El Dorado
This one I got from the video store, a western starring
John Wayne. As I remember he is the of the greatest US
icons, who got top honours from their parliament. I
rather like John Wayne - he was big and handsome, looked
slow and stupid but wasn't so when it mattered, and put
principles over money. Is this a classic western? Rather
good!
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
Sticking to one's principles is what makes a great person
even greater. Another such Hollywood personality was
Charlton Heston (1923-2008). He will be honored this year
with a U.S. postage stamp bearing his picture.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
http://preview.tinyurl.com/JaiMaharaj
Scientists achieve reliable quantum teleportation for
first time

Einstein is wrong? That's the potential outcome of a
quantum mechanics study as scientists race to disprove
his views on entanglement.

By Nick Statt
CNET
cnet.com
Thursday, May 29, 2014

NASA's Eleanor Rieffel discusses the challenges of
working on quantum mechanics in a video for Google's
Quantum Lab.

Screenshot by Seth Rosenblatt - CNET

Albert Einstein once told a friend that quantum mechanics
doesn't hold water in his scientific world view because
"physics should represent a reality in time and space,
free from spooky actions at a distance." That spooky
action at a distance is entanglement, a quantum
phenomenon in which two particles, separated by any
amount of distance, can instantaneously affect one
another as if part of a unified system.

Now, scientists have successfully hijacked that quantum
weirdness -- doing so reliably for the first time -- to
produce what many sci-fi fans have long dreamt up:
teleportation. No, not beaming humans aboard the USS
Enterprise, but the teleportation of data.

Physicists at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, part of
the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands,
report that they sent quantum data concerning the spin
state of an electron to another electron about 10 feet
away. The results can be replicated accurately 100
percent of the time, the team said.

Thanks to the strange properties of entanglement, this
allows for that data -- only quantum data, not classical
information like messages or even simple bits -- to be
teleported seemingly faster than the speed of light. The
news was reported first by The New York Times on
Thursday, following the publication of a paper in the
journal Science.

Proving Einstein wrong about the purview and completeness
of quantum mechanics is not just an academic boasting
contest. Proving the existence of entanglement and
teleportation -- and getting experiments to work
efficiently, in larger systems and at greater distances -
- holds the key to translating quantum mechanics to
practical applications, like quantum computing. For
instance, quantum computers could utilize that speed to
unlock a whole new generation of unprecedented computing
power.

Continues at:

http://www.cnet.com/news/scientists-achieve-reliable-quantum-teleportation-for-the-first-time/

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

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Dr. Jai Maharaj
2014-05-30 03:51:33 UTC
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In article
In article
In article
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/science-moves-step-closer-t....
[
[ So the martians existed after all!!!
[
[ Wonder what more tricks the oil industry will pull out to
[ stop the hydrogen economy.
[
[ Looks like they are getting a bit worried that the
[ hydrogen economy will take off after all.
[
[ They need not worry. =3DA0Graceful degradation of old
[ technology has been going on for centuries. =3DA0In any case,
[ they have already made a lot of money, polluted the
[ planet, screwed up the environment, made lots of wars,
[ etc.
[
[ Cheers,
[
[ Arindam Banerjee, holder of an Australian patent relating
[ to the Hydrogen Transmission Network, that will cure the
[ world of its present ills, simply by providing a constant
[ flow of energy via hydrogen transmission through lossless
[ pipes from difficult to reach sources, to multiple
[ destinations. =3DA0Hydrogen from solar, wind, etc. via
[ electrolysis will replace high voltage power lines,
[ within 1-4 decades. =3DA0Hydrogen made from water, will be
[ turned again into water, so there is no loss of hydrogen
[ at all.
Are you actively marketing the HTN patent? - Jai Maharaj
I don't know the first thing about marketing anything,
and I have no money nor any good contacts in this line.
The WB Govt has at long last shown some interest in the
Hydrogen Economy, and I have been asked to prepare a
project proposal. =A0Without any fee, of course. I have
made a very lovely energy flow diagram in one page, to
show the scope, and allowed the WB Govt to make use of
the novel ideas there for the good of the people of
India, gratis.
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
I am sure that there are experts in Melbourne who can
help market your patent. There appears to be a lot of
activity in the energy industry in the Pacific region. Is
the flow diagram you created visible online? Dhanyavaad
for your gift to Bharat.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
A casting director has started sharing her wisodm. She is
looking into various scheduling aspects of the project.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
Wow, if I get the chance to play myself maybe I could
make some money. I have had some small success in my
amateur theatrical sideline recently. For the very first
time, I repeated a performance on stage! It was no mean
achievement, for my gentle soul to play the role of a
genocidal Pakistani army officer fluent in Bengali,
English, Urdu and Bangaal . Playing myself, now, will be
quite easy for me and I don't know how easy it will be
for anyone else. Plus, 10% of the going rate for
mediocre Hollywood actors, will be more than good enough
price to hire my dirt-cheap self.
It's good that you have an acting resume; I will pass on
the information. I met a vacationing actor-actress couple
this morning and learned about their various projects.
The general drift I got from the conversation is that the
prevailing air in Hollywood is one of frustration.
Original material and new talent are urgently sought.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
In article
...
Well, this is hearing about the movie about me, "Defend
Arindam!" after quite a while.
I post in this thread on an "as and when . . ." basis.
It will never make profit of course, it it actually was
ever made and released. I would bet upon it making a
spectacular financial loss.
The word "profit" has many meanings in Hollywood.
On the other hand, if Jai et al wrote a Hindi movie
script titled "Sonia Number 420" then given the mood of
the times it will be a super-duper mega hit. Sizzling
cabarets to begin and end with!
"Shri 420" was a huge hit. A "420" movie about her would
be topical and a hit. Perhaps BJP could finance it
instead of the usual Bollywood money men sitting in Arab
countries. I would title it "RSVP 420" or "420 RSVP"
("char sau bees RSVP" rolls off my tongue easier).
RSVP = Rahul, Sonia, Vadra, Priyanka.
I could play the role of Narendra Modi there. My hand is
up! Shashi Tharoor could play the role of Shashi Tharoor,
suave villain.
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
Heads up, casting directors!

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

http://bit.ly/QZgR5C
Dr. Jai Maharaj
2014-08-03 01:08:39 UTC
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In article
In article
In article
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/science-moves-step-closer-t....
[
[ So the martians existed after all!!!
[
[ Wonder what more tricks the oil industry will pull out to
[ stop the hydrogen economy.
[
[ Looks like they are getting a bit worried that the
[ hydrogen economy will take off after all.
[
[ They need not worry. =3DA0Graceful degradation of old
[ technology has been going on for centuries. =3DA0In any case,
[ they have already made a lot of money, polluted the
[ planet, screwed up the environment, made lots of wars,
[ etc.
[
[ Cheers,
[
[ Arindam Banerjee, holder of an Australian patent relating
[ to the Hydrogen Transmission Network, that will cure the
[ world of its present ills, simply by providing a constant
[ flow of energy via hydrogen transmission through lossless
[ pipes from difficult to reach sources, to multiple
[ destinations. =3DA0Hydrogen from solar, wind, etc. via
[ electrolysis will replace high voltage power lines,
[ within 1-4 decades. =3DA0Hydrogen made from water, will be
[ turned again into water, so there is no loss of hydrogen
[ at all.
Are you actively marketing the HTN patent? - Jai Maharaj
I don't know the first thing about marketing anything,
and I have no money nor any good contacts in this line.
The WB Govt has at long last shown some interest in the
Hydrogen Economy, and I have been asked to prepare a
project proposal. =A0Without any fee, of course. I have
made a very lovely energy flow diagram in one page, to
show the scope, and allowed the WB Govt to make use of
the novel ideas there for the good of the people of
India, gratis.
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
I am sure that there are experts in Melbourne who can
help market your patent. There appears to be a lot of
activity in the energy industry in the Pacific region. Is
the flow diagram you created visible online? Dhanyavaad
for your gift to Bharat.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
A casting director has started sharing her wisodm. She is
looking into various scheduling aspects of the project.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
Wow, if I get the chance to play myself maybe I could
make some money. I have had some small success in my
amateur theatrical sideline recently. For the very first
time, I repeated a performance on stage! It was no mean
achievement, for my gentle soul to play the role of a
genocidal Pakistani army officer fluent in Bengali,
English, Urdu and Bangaal . Playing myself, now, will be
quite easy for me and I don't know how easy it will be
for anyone else. Plus, 10% of the going rate for
mediocre Hollywood actors, will be more than good enough
price to hire my dirt-cheap self.
It's good that you have an acting resume; I will pass on
the information. I met a vacationing actor-actress couple
this morning and learned about their various projects.
The general drift I got from the conversation is that the
prevailing air in Hollywood is one of frustration.
Original material and new talent are urgently sought.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
In article
...
Well, this is hearing about the movie about me, "Defend
Arindam!" after quite a while.
I post in this thread on an "as and when . . ." basis.
It will never make profit of course, it it actually was
ever made and released. I would bet upon it making a
spectacular financial loss.
The word "profit" has many meanings in Hollywood.
On the other hand, if Jai et al wrote a Hindi movie
script titled "Sonia Number 420" then given the mood of
the times it will be a super-duper mega hit. Sizzling
cabarets to begin and end with!
"Shri 420" was a huge hit. A "420" movie about her would
be topical and a hit. Perhaps BJP could finance it
instead of the usual Bollywood money men sitting in Arab
countries. I would title it "RSVP 420" or "420 RSVP"
("char sau bees RSVP" rolls off my tongue easier).
RSVP = Rahul, Sonia, Vadra, Priyanka.
I could play the role of Narendra Modi there. My hand is
up! Shashi Tharoor could play the role of Shashi Tharoor,
suave villain.
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
Heads up, casting directors!
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi Om Shanti
Related:

NASA: New "impossible" engine works, could change space
travel forever

By Jesus Diaz
Gizmodo
Friday, August 1, 2014

Until yesterday, every physicist was laughing at this
engine and its inventor, Roger Shawyer. It's called the
EmDrive and everyone said it was impossible because it
goes against classical mechanics. But the fact is that
the quantum vacuum plasma thruster works and scientists
can't explain why.

Shawyer's engine is extremely light and simple. It
provides a thrust by "bouncing microwaves around in a
closed container." The microwaves are generated using
electricity that can be provided by solar energy. No
propellant is necessary, which means that this thrusters
can work forever unless a hardware failure occurs. If
real, this would be a major breakthrough in space
propulsion technology.

Obviously, the entire thing sounded preposterous to
everyone. In theory, this thing shouldn't work at all. So
people laughed and laughed and ignored him. Everyone
except a team of Chinese scientists. They built one in
2009 and it worked: They were able to produce 720
millinewton, which is reportedly enough to build a
satellite thruster. And still, nobody else believed it.

Now, American scientist Guido Fetta and a team at NASA
Eagleworks - the advanced propulsion skunkworks led by Dr
Harold "Sonny" White at the Johnson Space Center - have
published a new paper that demonstrates that a similar
engine working on the same principles does indeed produce
thrust. Their model, however, produces much less
thrust - just 30 to 50 micronewtons. But it works, which is
amazing on its own. They haven't explained why their
engine works, but it does work:

Continues at:

http://sploid.gizmodo.com/nasa-reveals-new-impossible-engine-can-change-space-t-1614549987?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_twitter&utm_source=gizmodo_twitter&utm_medium=socialflow

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

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Dr. Jai Maharaj
2014-12-01 03:28:48 UTC
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Two posts by Arindam Banerjee, dated Sunday, November 30, 2014:

Post 1:

[ Subject: Repost of my original article debunking the
[ basis of the e=mcc nonsense
[ From: Arindam Banerjee <***@gmail.com>
[ Message-ID: <900fbc55-80ad-4799-a2d1-***@googlegroups.com>
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:32:07 -0800 (PST)

https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!original/alt.philosophy/ksZ-z6K592s/T0VCIi8RwNgJ

Post 2:

[ Subject: A reminder, why e=mcc et al is total nonsense
[ From: Arindam Banerjee <***@bigpond.com>
[ Message-ID: <76efde87-df07-41ce-aecd-***@googlegroups.com>
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:42:25 -0800 (PST)

https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!original/soc.culture.indian/zEgNYZg9I5w/Of8bz1iXDh0J

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

http://preview.tinyurl.com/JaiMaharaj
Dr. Jai Maharaj
2015-01-28 21:20:32 UTC
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[ Subject: Repost of my original article debunking the
[ basis of the e=mcc nonsense
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:32:07 -0800 (PST)
https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!original/alt.philosophy/ksZ-z6K592s/T0VCIi8RwNgJ
Post by Dr. Jai Maharaj
[ Subject: A reminder, why e=mcc et al is total nonsense
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:42:25 -0800 (PST)
https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!original/soc.culture.indian/zEgNYZg9I5w/Of8bz1iXDh0J

Related:

With innovators from around the globe digging in, moon
travel may be only 20 years away

By Vivek Wadhwa
Venture Beat
venturebeat.com
January 26, 2015

Five teams competing for the $30 million Google Lunar
XPRIZE have just been awarded a combined $5.25 million
for meeting significant milestones in developing a robot
that can safely land on the surface of the moon, travel
500 meters over the lunar surface, and send mooncasts
back to the Earth. A tiny startup from India, Team Indus,
with no experience in robotics or space flight just won
$1 million of this prize. It stood head to head with
companies that had been funded by billionaires, had
received the assistance of NASA, and had the support of
leading universities.

The good news is that governments no longer have a
monopoly on space exploration. In two or three decades,
we will have entrepreneurs taking us on private
spaceflights to the moon. That is what has become
possible.

What has changed since the days of the Apollo moon
landings is that the cost of building technologies has
dropped exponentially. . . .

Continues at:

http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/26/with-innovators-from-around-the-globe-digging-in-moon-travel-may-be-only-20-years-away/

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

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Dr. Jai Maharaj
2015-01-29 02:00:10 UTC
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[ Subject: Repost of my original article debunking the
[ basis of the e=3Dmcc nonsense
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:32:07 -0800 (PST)
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[ Subject: A reminder, why e=3Dmcc et al is total nonsense
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:42:25 -0800 (PST)
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NYZg9I5w/Of8bz1iXDh0J
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With innovators from around the globe digging in, moon
travel may be only 20 years away
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By Vivek Wadhwa
Venture Beat
venturebeat.com
January 26, 2015
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Five teams competing for the $30 million Google Lunar
XPRIZE have just been awarded a combined $5.25 million
for meeting significant milestones in developing a robot
that can safely land on the surface of the moon, travel
500 meters over the lunar surface, and send mooncasts
back to the Earth. A tiny startup from India, Team Indus,
with no experience in robotics or space flight just won
$1 million of this prize. It stood head to head with
companies that had been funded by billionaires, had
received the assistance of NASA, and had the support of
leading universities.
=20
The good news is that governments no longer have a
monopoly on space exploration. In two or three decades,
we will have entrepreneurs taking us on private
spaceflights to the moon. That is what has become
possible.
=20
What has changed since the days of the Apollo moon
landings is that the cost of building technologies has
dropped exponentially. . . .
=20
=20
http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/26/with-innovators-from-around-the-globe-d=
igging-in-moon-travel-may-be-only-20-years-away/
=20
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
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https://groups.google.com/group/alt.fan.jai-maharaj
If they will use rockets to get there, then it will be horrible pollution a=
ll the way to the moon and back. As things are, we are perennially covered=
by the cloud of crap exited by the astronauts in their spacecrafts. Any d=
ecent space endeavour should be first directed to cleaning the cloud of cra=
p that permanently hovers over our heads. I suppose, this is the highest p=
oint of achievement of einsteinian science with its attendant relativistic =
"morality".
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
Scientists needs to have better regard for morality and
suffering.

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

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With innovators from around the globe digging in, moon
travel may be only 20 years away
=20
By Vivek Wadhwa
Venture Beat
venturebeat.com
January 26, 2015
=20
Five teams competing for the $30 million Google Lunar
XPRIZE have just been awarded a combined $5.25 million
for meeting significant milestones in developing a robot
that can safely land on the surface of the moon, travel
500 meters over the lunar surface, and send mooncasts
back to the Earth. A tiny startup from India, Team Indus,
with no experience in robotics or space flight just won
$1 million of this prize. It stood head to head with
companies that had been funded by billionaires, had
received the assistance of NASA, and had the support of
leading universities.
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The good news is that governments no longer have a
monopoly on space exploration. In two or three decades,
we will have entrepreneurs taking us on private
spaceflights to the moon. That is what has become
possible.
=20
What has changed since the days of the Apollo moon
landings is that the cost of building technologies has
dropped exponentially. . . .
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http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/26/with-innovators-from-around-the-globe-d=
igging-in-moon-travel-may-be-only-20-years-away/
=20
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
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https://groups.google.com/group/alt.fan.jai-maharaj
If they will use rockets to get there, then it will be horrible pollution a=
ll the way to the moon and back. As things are, we are perennially covered=
by the cloud of crap exited by the astronauts in their spacecrafts. Any d=
ecent space endeavour should be first directed to cleaning the cloud of cra=
p that permanently hovers over our heads. I suppose, this is the highest p=
oint of achievement of einsteinian science with its attendant relativistic =
"morality".
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
Scientists need to have better regard for morality and
suffering.

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

http://preview.tinyurl.com/JaiMaharaj

(Corrected.)
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Indian researcher challenges Newton's law

PTI
The Times of India
timesofindia.indiatimes.com
June 4, 2003, 11:32 a.m. IST

Kolkata: An Indian research technologist in Australia has
challenged Newton's First Law of Motion and called for a
revision of the classical theory in the light of modern
technology.

An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology,
Kharagpur, Arindam Banerjee, working for Telstra in
Melbourne, has contended in his recently published book
'To The Stars!' that contrary to the hitherto accepted
theory, an object can actually be moved without
application of any external force.

"Central to my new theory is the proposal that our
understanding of Newton's First Law of Motion should be
revised," the 47-year-old research technologist said.

Using his unconventional theory, Banerjee has described
in a technical paper, what he calls, a design for
'perpetual motion machines' which can generate energy
without burning any kind of fossil fuel or any
radioactive process.

The Internal Force Engine, which Banerjee has designed,
never runs out of power because it is 'self charging'
without the need for any external source of energy.

"It is a machine derived from energy internal to the body
and can achieve unlimited kinetic energy within a short
span of time, using much less energy obtained from
external sources like a battery," he said.

The balance energy generated thus is free and could be
produced indefinitely if a feedback loop is created in
the system, Banerjee contended.

The technologist has created an eletromagnetically moved
Internal Force Moved Body (IFMB) which demonstrates that
objects can be made to move from rest without friction,
without expelling mass at high speed (as in rockets) or
without any externally applied force, thus violating
Newton's First Law of Motion.

Through a series of complex cycles inside a hydraulic
system that channelise oppositely directed kinetic
energies inside it, Banerjee's highly technical IFMB
produces ever increasing velocity with each cycle with
'no upper limit' to the velocity that it can reach.

Though his theory is based on the assumption that our
present understanding of the Law of Conservation is
flawed, Banerjee added that certain new concepts arising
out of his own postulations would have to get firm
footing first.

"For instance, the concept of 'internal force', 'internal
force moved body' and 'velocity addition' as proposed in
the new theory would need innovations in the fields of
electromagnetic and hydraulic systems," he said.

Successful implementation of the concept, fortified with
designs and mathematical derivations, could mean a
gradual elimination of the conventional sources of energy
(fossil fuels) ensuring a pollution-free environment, the
technology expert said.

The theory could also be used to describe the principles
for the design of interstellar spacecrafts using the
perpetual motion machine, Banerjee pointed out.

"Designing an engine that delivers more power than it
takes to run has been a dream for all engineers. This
concept has the potential to create a portable, cheap and
no-noise machine to propel even huge systems," he said.

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PTI
The Times of India
timesofindia.indiatimes.com
June 4, 2003, 11:32 a.m. IST
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Kolkata: An Indian research technologist in Australia has
challenged Newton's First Law of Motion and called for a
revision of the classical theory in the light of modern
technology.=20
=20
An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology,
Kharagpur, Arindam Banerjee, working for Telstra in
Melbourne, has contended in his recently published book
'To The Stars!' that contrary to the hitherto accepted
theory, an object can actually be moved without
application of any external force.=20
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"Central to my new theory is the proposal that our
understanding of Newton's First Law of Motion should be
revised," the 47-year-old research technologist said.=20
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Using his unconventional theory, Banerjee has described
in a technical paper, what...
The fundamental philosophical issue here is, is it better to write as well =
as one wants to, and remain unknown or rather unprized accordingly; or win =
the great-great prizes for literature (or anything else) that are obtained =
via manipulation. I suppose, when talent is not the issue at all, money am=
ounting to show of talent on a filtered basis is, this issue is a non-issue=
for all except the one who writes or thinks as well as he wants to.
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
There can be a fine line between greed and ambition.

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
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[ Subject: Repost of my original article debunking the
[ basis of the e=3Dmcc nonsense
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:32:07 -0800 (PST)
https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=3Den#!original/alt.philosophy/ksZ-z6K592s/T0VCIi8RwNgJ
Post by Dr. Jai Maharaj
[ Subject: A reminder, why e=3Dmcc et al is total nonsense
[ Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 18:42:25 -0800 (PST)
https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=3Den#!original/soc.culture.indian/zEgNYZg9I5w/Of8bz1iXDh0J
With innovators from around the globe digging in, moon
travel may be only 20 years away
By Vivek Wadhwa
Venture Beat
venturebeat.com
January 26, 2015
Five teams competing for the $30 million Google Lunar
XPRIZE have just been awarded a combined $5.25 million
for meeting significant milestones in developing a robot
that can safely land on the surface of the moon, travel
500 meters over the lunar surface, and send mooncasts
back to the Earth. A tiny startup from India, Team Indus,
with no experience in robotics or space flight just won
$1 million of this prize. It stood head to head with
companies that had been funded by billionaires, had
received the assistance of NASA, and had the support of
leading universities.
The good news is that governments no longer have a
monopoly on space exploration. In two or three decades,
we will have entrepreneurs taking us on private
spaceflights to the moon. That is what has become
possible.
What has changed since the days of the Apollo moon
landings is that the cost of building technologies has
dropped exponentially. . . .
http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/26/with-innovators-from-around-the-globe-digging-in-moon-travel-may-be-only-20-years-away/
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi Om Shanti
If they will use rockets to get there, then it will be horrible pollution
all the way to the moon and back. As things are, we are perennially covered
by the cloud of crap exited by the astronauts in their spacecrafts. Any
decent space endeavour should be first directed to cleaning the cloud of crap
that permanently hovers over our heads. I suppose, this is the highest
point of achievement of einsteinian science with its attendant relativistic
"morality".
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
Scientists need to have better regard for morality and
suffering.
Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi Om Shanti http://preview.tinyurl.com/JaiMaharaj
(Corrected.)
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o Spinning craft would deploy 10-20 electrically charged
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o Each would be one millimetre thick but extend about 12
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o This creates the 'E-Sail,' which repels protons in
solar wind to create thrust

o This could bring spacecraft to the edge of solar system
in just 10 years

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The Internal Force Engine - my replies to negative comments

By Arindam Banerjee
Sunday, April 30, 2017
Back in 2000, I had posted a formula showing a new mass and energy relationship
in this newsgroup.
Despite tremendous adversity, I have persisted with my research and the
following links show the results of my recent experiments, along with their
analysis and theories.
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Sorry, but I don't usually follow links from here.
If you want to discuss your ideas here, please post them here.
Otherwise your post is just spam.
Respectfully,
ed
Actually I have been posting my ideas for the past 17 years to many newsgroups
including this one.
Since the interaction was not conclusive, I have spent a lot of time and effort
to make the videos.
The first four minutes of any video will give the information you require.
They are expected to lead to more viewing.
In any case, the new physics shown by my experiments and their analysis as
will be found by the videos is that the Lorenz force does not have a reaction.
This means that we can make spaceships which can accelerate indefinitely.
Since my effort was to make myself clear what I posted was not spam.
It is necessary to see the videos to come to an understanding about the workings
of electrodynamics - it is clear that the Maxwellian approach is validated.
This will no doubt lead to an upheaval in physics in due course, but science is
always provisional.
Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
I can't imagine why you think that experimental protocol is remotely
convincing.
It is not a matter of imagination for any scientist. He or she has to do the
experiments and find out.
You clearly affect the position of the pendulum when you're
preparing to release the rod.
No. I take care that I do not. I release both my hands at once for both the
current and non-current cases. There are videos showing this in IFE-3.
The videos clearly show you displacing the pendulum from its neutral
position. If you cannot see that, then you're deluding yourself.
No I am not. I am doing the same experiment with or without the current and
finding out how much the pendulum swings back. That should be obvious to
anyone. "Displacing the pendulum from its neutral position" is a perfect
non-issue. It is displaced exactly the same amount for the current and non-current cases.

That is so because all I do is to place the same armature on the rails in the
same way for both cases.

What is important is to note how much the pendulum swings back
for the non-current and current cases done one after the other.

In the current case the armature goes out with a higher momentum which can be found out and its value is presented in the video.

In the non-current case, it goes out with a lower momentum and that value is
found out and presented in the vidoe.

So the swingback of the pendulum should be higher for the current case as
the armature ejects with a greater momentum.

But this is not the case! And this is the great discovery. The Lorentz force
or electrodynamic force that accelerates the armature does not have an equal
and opposite reaction. Thus Newton's third law is violated.

Because...
In the current case when the armature goes out with a greater momentum the
swingback is comparable to the swingback in the non-current case. Where is
the reaction to the extra acceleration, or extra force given to the armature
by the electricity?

It does not exist. The Lorenz relation has no reaction, exactly as predicted by
itself and for that reason hated by Einstein et al who went to go and invent
special and general relativity and quantum theory to kick out the aether theory.

Which is very good news, for as I go on in my videos, we can make new motors
that can take us to the stars and to the moon and back within a day or two.

Also, we throw out a good deal of classical physics as well such as the laws
of thermodynamics which are now obsolete.

Great!

*****
The following experiment has not been shown in the videos, but I have done it and mentioned it in the videos:
Now to further illustrate prove my abovementioned point, I have increased the mass of the armature by putting in lead. This increases its weight.

This for the non-current case makes it exit with different momenta depending
upon the weights of the armature.

I did the experiment with hollow armature; filled with sand; filled with sand
and lead.

For the non-current cases, the swingback was always proportional to the
momentum.

And for the current to non-current cases, there was no such correlation. In
every experiment that I did, going on for months (from October 2015 to Dec 2016)
I never found any reaction to the Lorentz force. I have done literally dozens
of tests with various parameters involved. Then I checked it by placing the
system of wheels. A lack of reaction should make the system go forward more
in the current case - and this is what happened. Thus I made the amoeba of the
first internal force engine!

I don't see how any honest person can say that I am deluding myself. I am
instead dispelling the delusions of the physics world, and finding thus a
new effect in physics that is as vital as the discovery of fire and the wheel.

People can check out and judge for themselves from:


IFE - 1 Ground Experiments


IFE - 2 Experimental setups


IFE - 3 Pendulum experiments


IFE - 4 Evolution of spaceship


IFE - 6 Spaceship Design
I have
done the experiment many times and always got the null result so far as reaction
to the force giving the extra force to the armature is concerned. In other words
the law of conservation of momentum is violated when the armature is accelerated
by the current. There is no reaction to the force accelerating the armature,
and this is a new and most profound discovery. However this is predicted by
the Lorenz relation, where the force depends entirely upon the induced magnetic
field and the current through the conductor.
It certainly isn't predicted.
Ampere's equation wollowed Newtonian physics for electrodyamic
force: had the terms i1 and i2 meaning there had to be equal and opposite forces
acting on the currents; but in the Lorentz relation there F=Bil meaning that
there is only the magnetic field and the current causing the force thereby
predicting there is no reaction force. This is made clear in my video film:


IFE - 8 New Physics


The current through the rest of the
circuit creates a field which acts on the current through the rod. But
the current through the rod also creates a field, and that field acts on
the current flowing through the rest of the circuit. You can't pick and
choose which bits of the circuit to analyse.
Science does not stop! There is no limit to its expansion, but political
people are always there to try their best to hinder progress. I jolly well can
pick out bits of the circuit to analyse, and I am hardly the first one to
do so in this subject. Railgun theory has been around for ages, and I have
extended that as shown in the link below.

So that is exactly what I do. I find that when a bit of the circuit moves as
is done then there is no reaction to the electrodynamic force accelerating
it. This is as such not a new observation - my research work dealt with reaction
in rail guns and there is a great deal of controversy on this subject.

The analysis of this circuitry, is done in the following video:


IFE - 7 Anti-Gravity

It is rather mathematical and breaks new ground. But I have tried to make it
as simple as possible.

So what happens is that as the circuit is not geometrically static, the normal
field equations have to be modified. The resulting effect is what we may
popularly call anti-gravity, but that is evident when we find that there is
no reaction to the Lorentz force, and manage to push the system up by violating
the first law.
The experiment can be repeated by anyone. It is a
most important experiment leading to a discovery as important as fire or the
wheel. When it is repeated by someone else (honestly of course) then the same
effect will be found.
Why would anyone bother, when you've failed to do the experiments
properly?
Your dismissive attitude is political I believe. I have made very many
painstaking experiments and honest people should have no difficulty in following
them. I hope they also go through this correspondence! You have shown NO
evidence that I have done the experiment improperly.

Science depends not just upon honesty but also curiosity. If there is no one
around who is both, then science must stagnate for the moment.

It's not as if there was ever any a-priori reason to think
there'd be an asymmetry between the rod and the rest of the wiring. Why
would the universe have an interest in differentiating between them? Any
reasonable scientist would tell you to come back when you've improved
your technique.
I have made myself perfectly clear with sound and solid experiments, backed
by data, maths, analysis, research... If there are no good scientists around
to understand them it is my misfortune certainly, but the world's misfortune
very very much more.
The use of a pendulum and inclined track just confuses the issue.
No. Not at all. The pendulum experiment shows that there is no extra reaction
to the force imparted by the electricity to the armature when it ejects with
greater velocity. This shows a new effect, that the Lorentz force does not
have a reaction just as is predicted by the Lorentz relation. This validates
Maxwellian electrodynamics, and brings back the aether as the means for the
propagation of electromagnetic waves. So many deep issues are clarified by just
this one experiment.

The trolley experiment shows how with the lack of reaction to the electrodynamic
force the whole system can be made to move forward with the application of
high current. In other words, Newton's first law is violated and we have a
new physics as shown in the video film

http://youtu.be/VA9LUwqMhxY
IFE - 8 New Physics

So the trolley experiment and the pendulum experiment are mutually supportive.
They are both validated by theory and the results of the experiments.

Well, this all makes things clear doesn't it.
A much
more compelling demonstration (assuming the lack of actual fraud) would
be one where the track was horizontal, and mounted on smooth rollers on
top of a smooth base.
There is no end to experimentation. My experiments are done with the view that
any honest person can do them with very little cost. Given the hostility that
I have faced for the last 18 odd years for my new ideas in physics, I had to
do all the work myself spending my own time and money.

Gravity is the same for both the non-current and current cases for the
inclined plane trolley experiment. In the non-current case it moved by a
certain amount. For the current case just after it moved by a further amount
The greater the current, more the extra distance travelled. Friction naturally
caused it to stop for the current case - with no friction it would have kept
on going but without throwing out mass. This of course means that with internal
force we can break the first law of motion and can have continuous acceleration
that has no limit.

Yes it would be nice to do this experiment in outer space where there is no
friction and we could see how the whole system, when the current is on, keeps
on going on and on for ever as inertia is violated. Maybe that experiment
will be done one day. But on Earth, it was necessary to use gravity to move
the armature down the plane. What we can see without any doubt is that when
there is current the whole system goes a greater distance meaning that there
is extra force upon it; which is happening without throwing out mass like a
rocket.
Release the rod mechanically using a mechanism
mounted on the track to obviate any risk of inadvertent movement, and
watch what happens. If you're right about the lack of reaction, the rod
should head off in one direction, but the track should stay still.
Honest people who will repeat my experiments will ipso facto not be frauds, so
such complicated mechanisms are not necessary. They will use their own good
hands to release the armature without playing any tricks. And then they will
verify the effect that I have discovered and proved, namely that the Lorentz
force does not have an opposite reaction

You do not mention that for your experiment to prove my point
the tracks have to be placed on a perfectly frictionless surface.

Getting a perfectly frictionless surface is impossible or very difficult so
the pendulum experiment was devised to check the quality of reaction to the
firing of the armature using high currents.
But then, we know that's not what would happen.
That is what would happen, if there is friction. It will behave just like any
gun. The bullet would go, and the gun would remain as it is fixed to the
ground.

Cheers,
Arindam Banerjee
Sylvia.
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