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  1. Identification of Wave Regularities According to Statistical Data of Parameters of 24 Pulsars

    PM, Mazurkin
    The method of identification is shown on the example of tabular these measurements of six parameters at 24 pulsars. The equations of a trend and oscillatory indignations on the basis of steady laws on the generalized wave function in the form of an asymmetric wavelet signal with variables of amplitude and the period of fluctuation are received. On the remains it is possible to receive a set of microfluctuations and to bring identification to an error of measurements. Schedules of components of the generalized model of a wavelet signal allow to see visually a picture of mutual influence of all six parameters of pulsars. On...

  2. Identification of Wave Regularities According to Statistical Data of Parameters of 24 Pulsars

    PM, Mazurkin
    The method of identification is shown on the example of tabular these measurements of six parameters at 24 pulsars. The equations of a trend and oscillatory indignations on the basis of steady laws on the generalized wave function in the form of an asymmetric wavelet signal with variables of amplitude and the period of fluctuation are received. On the remains it is possible to receive a set of microfluctuations and to bring identification to an error of measurements. Schedules of components of the generalized model of a wavelet signal allow to see visually a picture of mutual influence of all six parameters of pulsars. On...

  3. Identification of Trends and Wave Regularities according to Statistical Data of Fluctuations of Mass of Glaciers

    PM, Mazurkin
    The method of identification is shown on the example of tabular data of measurements of six parameters of subgroup of EEE on fluctuations in 2013 at balance of mass of 2528 glaciers of Earth. The equations of a trend and oscillatory indignations on the basis of steady laws on the generalized wave function in the form of an asymmetric wavelet signal with variables of amplitude and the period of fluctuation are received. Schedules of components of the generalized model of a wavelet signal allow to see visually a picture of mutual influence of all six parameters of subgroup of EEE at fluctuations of mass of...

  4. Identification of Trends and Wave Regularities according to Statistical Data of Fluctuations of Mass of Glaciers

    PM, Mazurkin
    The method of identification is shown on the example of tabular data of measurements of six parameters of subgroup of EEE on fluctuations in 2013 at balance of mass of 2528 glaciers of Earth. The equations of a trend and oscillatory indignations on the basis of steady laws on the generalized wave function in the form of an asymmetric wavelet signal with variables of amplitude and the period of fluctuation are received. Schedules of components of the generalized model of a wavelet signal allow to see visually a picture of mutual influence of all six parameters of subgroup of EEE at fluctuations of mass of...

  5. New Near Open Set In Topological Space

    MEL, Sayed; FHAL, Mansour
    The aim of this paper is to introduce new class of near open sets namely, $b^*$-open set. And studs same of their properties, also we study the relation between this class among this classes. Also, we introduce some topological properties and we shall study same of their properties.

  6. New Near Open Set In Topological Space

    MEL, Sayed; FHAL, Mansour
    The aim of this paper is to introduce new class of near open sets namely, $b^*$-open set. And studs same of their properties, also we study the relation between this class among this classes. Also, we introduce some topological properties and we shall study same of their properties.

  7. Matlab Source Code for Species Transport through Nafion Membranes in Direct Ethanol, Direct Methanol, and Direct Glucose Fuel Cells

    JH, Summerfield; MW, Manley
    A simple simulation of chemical species movement is presented. The species traverse a Nafion membrane in a fuel cell. Three cells are examined: direct methanol, direct ethanol, and direct glucose. The species are tracked using excess proton concentration, electric field strength, and voltage. The Matlab computer code is provided.

  8. Matlab Source Code for Species Transport through Nafion Membranes in Direct Ethanol, Direct Methanol, and Direct Glucose Fuel Cells

    JH, Summerfield; MW, Manley
    A simple simulation of chemical species movement is presented. The species traverse a Nafion membrane in a fuel cell. Three cells are examined: direct methanol, direct ethanol, and direct glucose. The species are tracked using excess proton concentration, electric field strength, and voltage. The Matlab computer code is provided.

  9. Call to Repel the Physical Theories of the 20th Century

    P, Sujak
    In this paper, the substance of gravity and inertial forces is debunked. The substance of mass is recovered. The nature of time in physics is revealed. The reality of the double-slit experiment is revealed. This paper shows that Quarks and Higgs boson hardly exist. This paper documents that, for past four hundred years, there is no distinguished physicist who would not have recognized the exist-ence of the ether. It shows that filling the space of the Universe with swirling ether is all that is needed for the self-evolution of the Universe. It further provides an overview of the opposition of the physicists against the mainstream...

  10. Call to Repel the Physical Theories of the 20th Century

    P, Sujak
    In this paper, the substance of gravity and inertial forces is debunked. The substance of mass is recovered. The nature of time in physics is revealed. The reality of the double-slit experiment is revealed. This paper shows that Quarks and Higgs boson hardly exist. This paper documents that, for past four hundred years, there is no distinguished physicist who would not have recognized the exist-ence of the ether. It shows that filling the space of the Universe with swirling ether is all that is needed for the self-evolution of the Universe. It further provides an overview of the opposition of the physicists against the mainstream...

  11. Polignac's Conjecture with New Prime Number Theorem

    Sha, YinYue
    There are infinitely many pairs of consecutive primes which differ by even number En.Let Po(N, En) be the number of Polignac Prime Pairs (which difference by the even integer En) less than an integer (N+En), Pei be taken over the odd prime divisors of the even integer En less than √(N+En), Pni be taken over the odd primes less than √(N+En) except Pei, Pi be taken over the odd primes less than √(N+En), then exists the formulas as follows: ¶ Po(N, En) ≥ INT {N × (1-1/2) × Π (1-1/Pei) × Π (1-2/Pni)} - 1 ¶ ≥ INT {Ctwin × Ke(N) × 2N/(Ln (N+En))^2} -...

  12. Polignac's Conjecture with New Prime Number Theorem

    Sha, YinYue
    There are infinitely many pairs of consecutive primes which differ by even number En.Let Po(N, En) be the number of Polignac Prime Pairs (which difference by the even integer En) less than an integer (N+En), Pei be taken over the odd prime divisors of the even integer En less than √(N+En), Pni be taken over the odd primes less than √(N+En) except Pei, Pi be taken over the odd primes less than √(N+En), then exists the formulas as follows: ¶ Po(N, En) ≥ INT {N × (1-1/2) × Π (1-1/Pei) × Π (1-2/Pni)} - 1 ¶ ≥ INT {Ctwin × Ke(N) × 2N/(Ln (N+En))^2} -...

  13. A Viscosity Hypothesis – That the Presence or Absence of Viscosity Separates Relativistic and Quantum Systems Based on the Simplest Possible Theory of Everything

    M, Lawrence
    A simple framework for our universe in which the basic constituents act as a background upon which actions by composite particles, composed of those same constituents in motion, act and whose presence or absence from volumes give rise respectively to relativistic and quantum systems. Where the background exists, all composite particles experience energy loss in motion due to viscosity and a maximum velocity and where the background does not exist, there is no energy loss in motion and no maximum velocity. The framework is based on the simple premises of the one size of fundamental building block, the meon, two types of energy, one composite...

  14. On Discretizations of the Generalized Boole Type Transformations and their Ergodicity

    AK, Prykarpatski
    There is studied an analytical discretization of the generalized Boole type transformations in ℝn and their ergodicity properties.The fixed points of the corresponding finite-dimensional stochastic Frobenius-Perron operator discretization are constructed, the structure of the related invariant measures is analyzed.

  15. Back to Galilean Transformation and Newtonian Physics Refuting the Theory of Relativity

    MN, Eisenman
    This paper refutes the theory of relativity. Previous attempts by others were based on pointing at contradictions between corollaries of the theory of relativity and reality, often called paradoxes. The main point of this article is to indicate and correct the error that led scientists at the turn of the twentieth century to formulate the faulty theory of relativity. In one of his lectures the late Professor Itzhak Bar Itzhak Z”L (Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa Israel) compared physicists and engineers by means of an equation. ¶ Engineer=Physicist + common sense ¶ Wherefrom it follows that: ¶ Physicist=Engineer - common sense ¶ As we shall demonstrate below,...

  16. Mathematical Issue in Section 2 of 'On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies'

    M, Makanae
    In Albert Einstein’s first published work, ‘On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies’, he introduced a set of equations, namely $t_B−t_A=\frac{γ_{AB}}{c−v}$ and $t′_A−t_B=\frac{γ_{AB}}{c+v}$ which have the form ‘time=distance/velocity’, as a part of the conclusion of Section 2. In these equations, Einstein implied that an event in a moving system viewed from within that moving system differs from the same event viewed from a reference stationary system. This perspective became the fundamental basis of the special theory of relativity (STR). ¶ However, considering Sections 1 and 2 of Einstein’s paper using practical examples and numerical values, we find that an inconsistency is caused by using ‘relative speed’ as...

  17. Three Examples of Unbounded Energy for $t\gt0$

    VMD, Santos Godoi
    A solution to the 6thmillenium problem, respect to breakdown of Navier-Stokes solutions and the bounded energy. We have proved that there are initial velocities and forces such that there is no physically reasonable solution to the Navier-Stokes equations for, which corresponds to the case (C) of the problem relating to Navier-Stokes equations available on the website of the Clay Institute.

  18. The Meaning of “Pi” in the Hebrew Scriptures

    P, Cusak

  19. Pisot-K Elements in the Field of Formal Power Series over Finite Field

    H, Kthiri
    In this paper, we will give a criteria of irreducible polynomials over $\mathbb{F}_q[X]$ where $\mathbb{F}_q$ is a finite field. We will present an estimation for the number of the Pisot-k power formal series, precisely we will give their degrees and their logarithmic heights.

  20. Solitonic Model of the Electron, Proton and Neutron

    P, Sladkov
    In paper, which is submitted, electron, proton and neutron are considered as spherical areas, inside which monochromatic electromagnetic wave of corresponding frequency spread along parallels, at that along each parallel exactly half of wave length for electron and proton and exactly one wave length for neutron is kept within, thus this is rotating soliton. This is caused by presence of spatial dispersion and anisotropy of strictly defined type inside the particles. Electric field has only radial component, and magnetic field - only meridional component. By solution of corresponding edge task, functions of distribution of electromagnetic field inside the particles and on their boundary surfaces were obtained. Integration of...

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