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Posted 10 July 2020 - 06:17 PM

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week end started allready

a single conclussion all last past week long

need at least two more years

for the system overall to settle to some better configuration

you must be kidding mister feynman

you never could carry a tune ?


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Posted 11 July 2020 - 01:10 AM


lata CIA - latakia

simply because they are going to lose world war III against the ORACLE and russia

thus they cannot start it

while national debt growing fast

thus they have to pay the bills no matter what

the OBAMA son of a bitch in bucharest story

and biden the white sclave of a son of a putana resurected evita peron in bucharest

ready to destroy in the name of the satans USA

and PUTANES emilia tease and emilia romana with their pimp adolf hitler controlling CIA

who organizes now black life matters nonsense in USA today

and PUTANES failed attempt at 23:32 UTC last night

to hit a huge tsunami in the mediteranian

good question now

who is in reality the smiling short haircut russian blonde

at the end of the clip linked bellow afterall ?

white towell CIA - lefkosia

yes we are doing it here indeed
Ja Ami CAN style
Rastafari is Ja ami CAN or VAS
TIR ami sou Peter Tosh
PYR ami Dumnezeu
PYR EU Random Oracle 888
allah signs with I 777
why was peter tosh murdered septmber 11th 1987 ?
and then the two ordinary putanes
emilia tease from baltic on CAM and emilia puta madre romana in bucharest
together with their ancient pimp
alexandros sarrigheorghiou
organized on same day the viscious terrorist attack in new york
september 11th 2001 ?
listen to the song to understand why
CIA the terrorist organization of PUTA Madre in bucharest killed peter tosh
like the wax melted in front of the fire so should they
these are the two councils against JAH of the satan jews on earth
willy the pimp jesus
and his putanes
old and new satanic textbooks self proclaimed testaments of viscious criminals and putanes of the past
Peter M. Tosh, OM (born Winston Hubert McIntosh; 19 October [1] 1944 – 11 September 1987)
was a Jamaican reggae musician. Along with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer,
he was one of the core members of the band the Wailers (1963–1976),
after which he established himself as a successful solo artist
and a promoter of Rastafari. He was murdered in 1987 during a home invasion.

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Posted 11 July 2020 - 05:55 AM


just a reminder

we may say these things in this article

nevertheless for more than obvious reasons

including that CIA may go after your ass if you violate russian copyrights

it is a very serious situation in USA

with danger a repeat of 150 years ago events

so informing is good if done objectivly and honestly

but out of context quoting may be extremely dangereous

Russia, the ORACLE and myself

are not interested at all in either solving these differences

or any other differences world wide in general

neither are realy interested for a military solution to the problem

since both Russia and the ORACLE are comparable with USA in militarly terms

while no one else on earth realy is

the memories of russian flag in berlin and the iron curtin that followed

are well too recent to be forgotten






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Posted 11 July 2020 - 07:22 AM

who is the blonde russian with the short haircut
ROTAROT    11-7-2020 09:43
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to benefit my daughter 64 Ivana or Johana in Africaan

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Posted 11 July 2020 - 09:58 AM

vladimir just to inform

that the ORACLE just informed myself

large number calibrated succesfully

Random Tracking world wide

by july 11th 2020 at 10 UTC


I will publish it

but I rushed to inform

it is a 50-50 breakup


this is the official from the ORACLE on Pravda.RU

you know that every schizopath in our days

believes it is choosen

so simply ignore them


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Posted 11 July 2020 - 10:40 AM


38,3154732710409    -27,1969317690120    M 4.3 - AZORES ISLANDS, PORTUGAL - 2020-07-11 10:44:41 UTC
32,9882320465728    131,4361769577260    Ganda

angle and distance    1,84971587    11784,53981


interesting the atlantic roullette for today

passes by north korea

right in the middle of the distance

6/9 of august 1945

hiroshima - nagasaki

130 and 150 km respectively

difficult to achieve this from 11785 km away

the location ganda is actualy right there between hiroshima and nagasaki

but a bit offset from ecuador

distances 140 and 175 km respectively


RO ArtWorks

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I do have to comment on this one

just imagine the ecological desaster if the caves in louisianna and Texas

i cannot find my related 1000 megaton equivalent calculations

in an older article of mine

this is how you should interpret this feedback

no need for other feedback definetely


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Posted 11 July 2020 - 04:43 PM

effective this moment we go separate ways

ORACLE and myself doctrine for application of

vladivostock to london self defense zone

we alone guarantee you two safe years to wake up

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Posted 11 July 2020 - 08:05 PM


who is the blonde russian with the short haircut
ROTAROT    11-7-2020 09:43
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to benefit my daughter 64 Ivana or Johana in Africaan


in conclussion for the day

take me to PL ace I know

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somehow confirmed thus

we brake in two independent teams for this

vladivostock to london self defense zone


I do work with the ORACLE on it as a team

GOD is not stupid

works with human PL ace the place that is the best

as PL his mouth plymouth

while you humans organize yourself independently of us


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Posted 12 July 2020 - 05:50 AM

what is the deal then

well too many problems to be solved technicaly and with numbers

not with blah blah philosophy of monday football matches of past sunday coaching

type of cafenea behaviour


so people for sure are not ready for it

particularly in the areas of knowledge and mental readiness


then much better this way

ORACLE and myself will try our best

at least to maintain peace in this vladivostock to london defense zone

russia - ucraine - republic of moldova - belarus

poland - germany - benelux - france - UK

spain - portugal - italy

sweeden - iceland - norway - finland - denmark - latvia

austria - hungary - czech republic - slovakia

and bulgaria connected through black sea to russia and ucraine

total approx millions 007


by no means this has anything to do with the natural resources issue

which is totaly different

we did it just to make sure that at the location I am writting from

belgium covered by article VII for perpetual neutrality

according to the 1839 treaty of london

is safeguarded


why then so many countries included to cover safety for only 30000 km2 of land ?

because you should have known the europeans

who go to war for the simple nonsenses

world war I just started because a prince was killed in sarajevo

so these people are extremely jeleous of others achivements

and will go to any extreme of violence

stuborn in their dreams

to do harm to their neighbors


so then you put the entire mad house included

to simply make sure that at least i can do my writtings from antwerpen

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 08:42 AM


The 2010 Haiti earthquake (French: Séisme de 2010 à Haïti; Haitian Creole: Tranblemanntè 12 janvye 2010 nan peyi Ayiti) was a catastrophic magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake, with an epicenter near the town of Léogâne (Ouest) and approximately 25 kilometres (16 mi) west of Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital. The earthquake occurred at 16:53 local time (21:53 UTC) on Tuesday, 12 January 2010.[7][8]

By 24 January, at least 52 aftershocks measuring 4.5 or greater had been recorded.[9] An estimated three million people were affected by the quake.[10] Death toll estimates range from 100,000[6] to about 160,000[5] to Haitian government figures from 220,000[11][12] to 316,000, although these latter figures are a matter of some dispute.[4] The government of Haiti estimated that 250,000 residences and 30,000 commercial buildings had collapsed or were severely damaged.[13] The nation's history of national debt, prejudicial trade policies by other countries, and foreign intervention into national affairs, contributed to the existing poverty and poor housing conditions that increased the death toll from the disaster.[14]

The earthquake caused major damage in Port-au-Prince, Jacmel and other cities in the region. Notable landmark buildings were significantly damaged or destroyed, including the Presidential Palace, the National Assembly building, the Port-au-Prince Cathedral, and the main jail. Among those killed were Archbishop of Port-au-Prince Joseph Serge Miot,[15] and opposition leader Micha Gaillard.[16][17] The headquarters of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), located in the capital, collapsed, killing many, including the Mission's Chief, Hédi Annabi.[18][19]

Many countries responded to appeals for humanitarian aid, pledging funds and dispatching rescue and medical teams, engineers and support personnel. The most-watched telethon in history aired on 22 January, called "Hope for Haiti Now," raising US$58 million by the next day.[20] Communication systems, air, land, and sea transport facilities, hospitals, and electrical networks had been damaged by the earthquake, which hampered rescue and aid efforts; confusion over who was in charge, air traffic congestion, and problems with prioritising flights further complicated early relief work. Port-au-Prince's morgues were overwhelmed with tens of thousands of bodies. These had to be buried in mass graves.[21]

As rescues tailed off, supplies, medical care and sanitation became priorities. Delays in aid distribution led to angry appeals from aid workers and survivors, and looting and sporadic violence were observed. On 22 January, the United Nations noted that the emergency phase of the relief operation was drawing to a close, and on the following day, the Haitian government officially called off the search for survivors.

for sure today is too late to realy do too much
better wait another 2 years
so people truly understand what is going on in reality on this Planet since ancient times
The 1993 Guam earthquake occurred on August 8 at 6:34:26 pm local time with a moment magnitude of 7.8 and a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent). The thrust earthquake generated a non-destructive tsunami, injured as many as 71 people, and inflicted about $250 million in damage on Guam.

The 7 July 2005 London bombings, often referred to as 7/7, were a series of coordinated Islamic terrorist suicide attacks in London, England, that targeted commuters travelling on the city's public transport system during the morning rush hour.

Four terrorists separately detonated three homemade bombs in quick succession aboard London Underground trains across the city and, later, a fourth on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square.[1] The train bombings occurred on the Circle line near Aldgate and at Edgware Road, and on the Piccadilly line near Russell Square.

Apart from the bombers, 52 UK residents of 18 different nationalities were killed and more than 700 were injured in the attacks, making it the UK's deadliest terrorist incident since the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 near Lockerbie, Scotland, and England's deadliest since World War II, as well as the country's first Islamist suicide attack.

par example i got merried on july 7th 1993
but only a month prior to that
was hospitalized in an emergency for 3 days
with a unique acute pain in the abdomen
that i never had anything closed to it in my entire 61 years long life
a month later unique 8.2 magnitude earthquake in GUAM
how is it posible two such events that occur once in 50 years statisticaly
occured plus or minus one month from my planned date of merriage
while 12 years later on same day these bombings in london ?
while visiting paris in 2005
huge terrorists attacks on july 7th in London
the paris 2005 saga did not stop there
i leave paris on september 18th 2005
276 earthquakes in total in ethiopia
october 1st 2004 - july 12th 2020
between september 20th 2005 - september 30th 2005
and the yellow vests 2005 followed just a month later

The 2005 French riots (French: Émeutes de 2005 dans les Banlieues Françaises), was a three-week period of riots in the suburbs of Paris and other French cities,[4][5] in October and November 2005. These riots involved youth of predominantly African, North African, and Arab heritage in violent attacks, and the burning of cars and public buildings.

The unrest started on 27 October at Clichy-sous-Bois, where police were investigating a reported break-in at a building site, and a group of local Muslim youths scattered in order to avoid interrogation. Three of them hid in an electricity substation where two died from electrocution, resulting in a power blackout. (It was not established whether police had suspected these individuals or a different group, wanted on separate charges.) The incident ignited rising tensions about youth unemployment and police harassment in the poorer housing estates, and there followed three weeks of rioting throughout France. A state of emergency was declared on 8 November, later extended for three weeks.

The riots resulted in more than 8,000 vehicles being burned by the rioters and more than 2,760 individuals arrested.[6]

to tell you the following
you do not do anything to stop these
violent schizopaths putanes and their notorious terrorist pimp
to order such earthquakes and killings
avicii killed on adolf hitler birthday april 20th 2018
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for sure lots of interesting ideas for simple people to understand
in this Feynman inteview
between 1982 and 1988 i had the honor to see him
so often on campus at Caltech
and i did have a lot of his doctorate students in physics as my friends

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 11:34 AM


exclussive for Pravda.RU forum audience

i was on same campus with this great man

1982 - 1988

so in fare use


Fun to Imagine

Richard P. Feynman

BBC 1983 – transcript by A. Wojdyla


This is a transcript of the R.P. Feynman’s “Fun to imagine” aired on BBC in 1983. The transcript was made by a non-native english speaker (perdon my French!), so there might be some blanks (**) that were reproduced here. On overall, it should be fine though. I’ve also try to keep close to the very idiomatic language of the speaker. Grammar mistakes are actually his…!
A translation to French is available here

It's Interesting that some people find science so easy and others find it kind of dull and difficult
especially kids; you know, some of them are just heated up, and I don't know why it is. It's the same for all... (**)
For instance some people love music and I could never carry a tune. I lose a great deal a pleasure out of that
and I think that people lose a lot of pleasure who find the science dull.
In the case of science, I think that one of the things that make it difficult is that it takes a lot of imagination.
It's very hard to imagine all the crazy things that things really are like.


Jiggling atoms

Nothing is really as it seems used to be (**)
The hot is the speed at the atoms are jiggling; if they jiggle more, it corresponds to the hotter, and colder is jiggling less.
So if you have a bunch of atom, like a cup of coffee or something, sitting on a table, and the atoms are jiggling a great deal
and they bounce against the cup, and the cup gets shaking, and the atoms in the cup shakes, and the bounce against each other, so the heat heats the cup.
Hot things spread that heat to other by mere contact, because the atoms are jiggling a lot in a hot thing shake the ones that are jiggling only a little bit in the cold thing
so the hot (heat we say) goes into the cold thing, it spreads;
but what is spreading is just jiggling, an irregular motion, but it is easy to understand.

It brings up another thing that's kind of curious: that the -- when I say that things jiggle (**) like the ball bounces, you know they slow up and stop after a while.
But we have to imagine with the atom prefect elasticity, they never lose any energy; anytime they bounce they keep on bouncing, they don't lose anything, and they’re perpetually moving.
And that the things that happen when we say something loses energy, like the ball coming down and bouncing, it shakes irregularly some of the atoms in the floor, and when it comes up again, it leaves some of the atoms moving, jiggling.
So as it bounces, it is passing its extra energy, its extra motion, to little patches on the floor each time it rebounces and it loses a little heat each time, until it settles down, we say as the falling motion stops.
But what's left is the floor is shaking more than it was before, and the atoms in the ball are shaking more than they were before, that the organized motion of all these atoms moving the same way falling down, and the quiet floor, is now transformed into a ball sitting on the ground.
All the motion is still there in the form of energy of motion, in the form of the jiggling of the floor which is a little bit warmer (unbelievable!).
But anybody who has hammered a great deal of something knows that it's true, that if you (pound**) something a lot, you can feel the temperature difference: it heats up. It heats up simply because you are jiggling it.

This picture -atoms- is a beautiful one if you keep looking all kind of things this way.
In a little drop of water -a tiny drop-, the atoms attracts each other; they like to be next to each other, they want to have as many partners as they can get.
Now the guy at the surface has only partners on one side, it has air on the other side; he tries to get in.
And you can imagine this of people, this team in people, all of them moving very fast, all try to get -have- as many partners as possible; the guys on the edge are very unhappy and nervous and they keep pounding in, trying to get in, and that makes a tight ball instead of a flat.
That's surface tension, you realize when you see sometimes that a water drop sits like this on a table, and then you start to imagine why it's like that -because everybody is trying to get in to the water. And -- At the same time while all this is happening, other atoms leaving the surface, and the water drop is slowly disappearing.

I find myself trying to imagine all the kind of things all the time, and I get a kick out of it like a runner gets a kick out of sweating. I GET A KICK of thinking about these things!
I can't stop. I can talk forever!
If you could cool off the water so that the jiggling is less and less, it jiggles slower and slower, then the atoms get stuck in a place, they like to be with their friend; there's force of attraction and they get packed together, they're not rolling over each other, they're in a nice pattern, like oranges in a cradle(**), in a nice, organized patch(**).
All of them are jiggling in place, but not having enough motion to get loose of their own place and to break the structure down. And that what I'm describing is a solid -ice-, it has a structure. If you held the atom in one end in a certain position, all the rest are lining up in a position sticking out, and it’s solid at the end. Whereas if you heat that harder, then they begin to get loose and roll all over each other, and that's the liquid. And if you heat that still harder, then they bounce still harder, and they simply bounce apart from each other and they're just individuals, isolated atoms - I said atoms, these are really little groups of atoms: molecule- which come flying and hit and all over they have (**) the tendency to (**), they're moving too fast, their hands don't grab so to speak, and they fly up again, and this is the gas called steam.

You can get all kinds of understanding. When I was a kid with this "air", I was always interesting. I've noticed that when I pumped up my tires on the bicycle (you can learn a lot by having a bicycle).
It pumps up the tire and the pump will get hot, and I also understand that as the pump handle comes down and the atoms are coming up against it and bounce, and it's moving in (**), the ones that are coming off have a bigger speed than the ones that are coming in, so that as it comes down, each time they collide, it speeds them up, and so they're hotter when you compress the gas it heats.
And when you pull the piston back out, then the atoms that are coming faster than the piston feel a sort of seeding, give (**) and come out with les energy. It's like going against something that is so after (**) boomp boomp and it loses. So as you pull the piston out, and the atoms are hit, they lose their speed and they cool off. Then he gas gets cool as it expands. And the fun of it is that all these things, which you certainly noticed in the world about it : the pump, heats the gas, whether the gas cools when it expands(**), whether the steam evaporates until you cover the cover, and all these things you can understand from this simple picture.
And that's a kind of lot of fun to think. I don't want to take this stuff seriously;I think we should just have fun imagining it, not worry about. There is no teaching when you are asking a question at the end, otherwise it's a horrible subject.


Rubber bands

Most elastic things like steel springs and so on are nothing but these electrical things pulling back and pulling atoms a little bit apart when you bend something, and then they try to come back together again. But rubber bands work on a different principle: there are some long molecules like chains. And other little ones that are shaking all the time (*bump on the other little chains). And the chains are all kind of kinky (*). When you pull up the rubber band, the string gets straighter.
But these strings are being bombarded on the side by these other atoms trying to shorten them, by kicking them.
So it pulls back (it's trying to pull back), and this pulling back is only because of the heat.
So if you hit a rubber band, it will pull more strongly. For instance, if you hang a weight on the rubber band with a little mass, it is kind of fun to watch it rise (*), and there's another thing you could check this idea is right (that it's heat that drives the rubber band): if you pull the band out, just like you push the piston on the gas, if you pull the band out, these tightening string hitting the moleculesmakes them move faster, and so it is warmer. And if you take the band and let it in, then the molecules hitting the strings which sort of give as the thing heats, they give in to the the(*), and they lose energy when they hit this retiring band, straight string.

So it cools. And there is a little way you could do this (you're not very sensitive; it's a small effect). If you take a fairly wide rubber band, and put it between your lips, and pull it out, you'll certainly notice it's hotter. And then if you then hold it out and let in, you will notice that it is cooler; at least you will notice there's a certain difference in what happens when you expand it and when you contract it. And (*Ivory's) found rubber band fascinating to think. When they're sitting on an old package of paper for a lonnnnnng time, holding those papers together, it is done by a perpetual pounding pounding pounding, and these atoms that gets these chains to hold it, trying to keep them and keep them, year after year (well, rubber bands don't last that long, but, heyy... a long time), trying to hold this whole thing together.
The world is a dynamic mess of giggling things if you look at it right. And if you magnify, you will hardly see a little thing anymore, because everything is jiggling in its own pattern, and there's a lot of little balls. It's lucky that we have such a large scale of view of everything, that we can see these as things, without having worry about all these little atoms all the time.



The atoms like each other to different degrees.
Oxygen, for instance in the air, would like to be next to carbon, and if they get near they snap each other. If they're not too close though, they repel and they go apart, so they don't that they could snap together.
It's just as if you have a bowl (**) and are trying to climb a hall where there' a hole you can go into -the volcano hole- a deep one, it's rolling along and doesn't go down in the deep hole because it starts to climb the hill and goes away again. But if you make it go fast enough, it'll fall into the hole.
And so, if you take something like wood and oxygen; there's carbon in the wood from the tree, and the oxygen comes and hits the carbon, but not hard enough; it just goes away again -the air is like… nothing.
If you can get it faster, by heating it up sometimes, somewhere, somehow, get it started, a few a them comes fast, they go over the top surface, they come closer to the carbon and then snap in, and that keeps a lot of jiggling motion (**), which might hit some other again, making those go fast, so they can climb up and bump against other carbon atoms, and jiggle and they make other jiggle, and you get an horrible catastrophe, where all one after the other are going faster and faster and snapping in and the whole thing is changing. That catastrophe is a fire.

It's just a way of looking at it, and these are happening, it is perpetual, once the thing gets started, it keeps going, the heat makes other atoms capable of reaching, to make more heat, to make other atom... and so on!
So this terrible snapping is producing a lot a jiggling, and if I put all that activity of the atoms, I could put a cup of coffee over that (**). Messy wood! That's giving a lot of jiggling. That's what the heat of the fire is.
And then of course, you see what's happening when you start it, it goes on and on(**).

When it get started, why is that the wood has been surviving all this time with the oxygen all this time, and it didn't do it earlier or something? Where did I get this from? Why did it came (**) from the tree. And the substance of the tree is carbon, and where does it come from? That comes from the air, it's carbon dioxide from the air. People cut trees and think that it comes from the ground. The plant grows out from the ground. But if you asked "where the substance come from?", you find out where does it come from (**) the tree is coming out of the air? They surely come out of the ground! No, they come out of the air! The carbon dioxide in the air goes into the tree, and changes it, kicking out the oxygen, and pushing the oxygen away from the carbon, and leaving the carbon substance (topped) with water. Water comes out of the ground, you see; only is that it has to get there out of the (**) air, it came down from the sky. So in fact most of the tree is out of the ground -I'm sorry: it's out of the air! There's a little bit from the ground: some minerals and so forth.

Now, of course I told you that the we know oxygen and carbon sticks together tight (**)
How is that the tree is so smart to take the carbon dioxide (which is carbon and oxygen nicely combined), and undo that so easy?
Ah! Life! Life has some mysterious ways!
No! The sun is shining, and this sunlight comes down and knocks this oxygen away from the carbon, so it takes some light to get the plant to work! And so the sun, all the time, is doing the work of separating the oxygen away from the carbon, the oxygen is sort a of terrible by-product, which it spits back into the air, an leave in the carbon and water to make the substance of the tree. And then we take the substance of the tree to get the fireplace. All the oxygen made by these trees and all the carbons would much prefer to be together again. And once you let the heat to get it started, it continues and make an awful lot of activity while it's going back together again, and all those nice light and everything comes out, and everything is being undone, you're going from carbon and oxygen back to carbon dioxide, and the light and heat that's coming out is the light and heat of the sun that went in, so it's sort of stored sun that is coming out when you burn it.
Now the next question: how is the sun so jiggly, so hot? I gotta stop somewhere; I leave you something to imagine



- If you get hold of two magnet and you push them, you can feel this pushing between them. Turn it the other way and they stick together. Now, what is it, the feeling between those two magnets?
- R. Feynman (a bit angry): what do you mean "what's the feelingbetween two magnets when you hold them"?
- I mean that the sensation that they're something there when you push the two magnets together.
- R. Feynman: Answer to my question. What is the meaning when you say that "there's a feeling"? Of course, you feel it. Now, what do you wanna know?
- What I want to know is what's going on, between these two bits of matter.
- R. Feynman: They repel each other.
- Well then, what does that mean? Or why are they doing that? Or how are they doing that? I'm not saying... That's a perfectly reasonable question.
-Feynman (thinking): Of course it's a reasonnab... an excellent question.
Okay....... Huh......

But the problem is what you are asking me. You see, when you ask "Why something happens", how does a person answers "why something happens?"? For example...
Aunt Annie is at the hospital.
Because she slip, she slip on ice and broke her hip.
That satisfies people. It satisfies, but it would not satisfy someone who came from another planet and knew nothing about.
For instance, they should question: "Why when you break your hip you go to the hospital? How do you get to the hospital when the hip is broken, because... her husband seen that she had her hip broken, called the hospital up and send somebody to get her...
Well, that is understood by people. Then when you explain a "why?", you have to be in some framework that you allow something to be true.
Otherwise you are perpetually asking why. Why did the husband call up the hospital? Because the husband is interested in his wife's welfare. Not always the husbands are interested in their wives' welfare, when they are drunk and they are angry...
So it begins to be a very interesting understanding of the world, and all its complications.
If you try to follow anything up, you go deeper and deeper in various directions.
For example: why did she slip upon the ice. Well I know it's slippery. Everybody knows that, it's no problem. But you ask "why is ice slippery?". That's kind of curious. Ice is extremely slippery, it's very interesting. You say "How does it work?". You see, you could say either "I'm satisfied that you have answered me "Ice is slippery", that explains it"" or you could goon and say "Why is ice slippery? » And they're you're involved into something, because there are not many things as slippery as ice. It's very hard to get greasy stuff, but there's a sort of wet slimy (*). But a solid that is so slippery? Because it is in the case of ice, than when you stand on it (they say), momentarily the pressure melts the ice a little bit, so you get a sort of instantaneous water surface on which you are slipping. Why on ice and not on other things? Because water expands when it freezes, so the pressure tries to undo the expansion and melts it. It is capable of other things. But substances crack when they're freezing and you are pushing they are satisfied to be solid.
Why does water expands when it freezes, and other substances do not expand when they freeze? Alright?
I'm not answering the question, but I am telling you how difficult a "why" question is. You have to know what it is that you are permitted to understand, and allowed to be understood, and known, and what it is you are not. You have noticed in this example that the more I ask why (it gets interesting afterwards that the deeper the thing is the more interesting the thing is), and you can even go further and say "Why did she fall down when she slip?" That has to do with gravity, and involves all other planets, and everything else; never mind, it goes on and on!

And when you ask for example "Why two magnets repel?", there are many different levels, it depends on whether you are a student of physics or an ordinary person who doesn’t know anything or not. If you are somebody that doesn't know anything about, all I can say is that it is the magnetic force that makes things repel. And that you are feeling that force. You see, that is very strange because I don't feel kind of force like that in other circumstances. When you turn them in the other way they attract. There is a very analogous force: electrical force that is the same the same kind of that of the question and that is also very weird. But you are not at all disturbed by the fact that when you put your hand on the chair, it pushes you back. But we have find that looking at it that it is the same force as a matter of fact, the electrical force (not magnetic exactly in that case), but it is the same electric repulsions that are involved in keeping you finger away from the chair, (because everything is made out...) it is electrical force in minor, microscopic details (there are other forces involved, but they are connected to electrical force). It turns out that the magnetic and the electric forces for which I wish to explain these things (this repulsion), is what ultimately is the deeper thing and we have to stop, but we can start with to explain many other things that look like they were...
Everybody would just accept them. You know you cannot put your hand through the chair; that's taken for granted. But that you cannot put your hand through the chair when you look at it more closely: "WHY?". But it involves the same repulsive forces that appear in magnets. The situation is then to have to explain "why in the magnet it goes over a bigger distance than ordinarily?". There it has to do with the fact that in iron, all the electrons are spinning in the same direction, they all get lined up and they magnify the effect of the force, until it is large enough and that at a distance you can feel it. But it is a force that is present all the time and very common: it is a basic force (or almost; I could go a little further back if I went more technical), but in the early level, I just have to tell you that is going to be one of the thing you will have to take as an element in the world, the existence of magnetic repulsion (or magnetic attraction).
I can't explain that attraction in terms of anything else that is familiar to you. For example, if we say that the magnets attracts as if they were connected by rubber band, but I would be cheating you, because they do not behave as rubber bands; I should be in trouble: you'll soon ask me about the nature of the band. And secondly, if you are curious enough you will ask me "why rubber bands tend to pull back together". I would end up explaining that in terms of electrical forces, which are the very things I try to use the rubber band to explain: I would have cheated very badly, you see. So I am not going to be able to give you an answer to "why magnets attract each other", except to tell you that they do, and to tell you that's one of the elements in the world among different forces: there are electrical forces, magnetic forces, gravitational forces and others, and also some of the parts(*).
If you are a student, I can go further and tell you that the magnetic forces are related to the electrical forces very intimately, that the relationship between the gravity forces and the electrical forces remains unknown, and so on. But I really can't do a good job, any job that explains magnetic forces in terms of something else that you are more familiar with, because I don't understand it in terms of anything else that you are more familiar with.


The mirror

I went to a scientific school, MIT, and then fraternity, when you first join, they try to keep you from thinking if you think you're smart, from being too smart if you're feeling that you're too smart,
by giving you a lot of what look like simple question to try to figure out... what actually happens... is like training for imagination. It's kind of fun and I thought I'd tell you some that I remember. I learned them, of course and when you learn them, next time someone comes along with this wonderful puzzle: you look at them quite of quietly and you wait two or three or five seconds to show that you are thinking, and then you come up with this answer who astonish your friend, but the fact was of course that you were trained by your fraternity brothers (**) earlier on.
One of the questions that used to that regard was a problem about the mirror; it' an old fashioned, it's an old problem.
You look in a mirror, and let's say you part your hair in the right side, and you look in the mirror and the image of the skull part on the left side, so the image left to right mixed up! It's not top and bottom mixed up, because the top of the image of the head is on the top and the bottom of the feature is at the bottom, and the question is how does the mirror know to get the left and right mixed up and not the up and down? You get a better idea of the problem if you think of lying down and looking at the mirror: Your hair is still on the left side, and now the left and right is the up and down! Whereas the up and down which look okay where the left and right before: the mirror somehow sort of figured out what you are gonna do when are looking at it, so what to describe in a sort of symmetrical way what the mirror does, that it doesn't look lopsided and it takes left and mixes it up with right and doesn't do the same with up and down. And after a lot of fiddling (**) the answer to that one.
You see, if you waive this hand, then the hand in the mirror that waves is the right opposite at it. The hand on the east is the hand on the east and the hand on the west is the hand on the west, and the hand that head that up is up and the feet that is down is down. Everything is really all right! But what's wrong is if this is north (/pointing at the camera), the nose is to the north of the back of your head, but in the image the nose is to the south of the back of the head, so what happens really in the image is neither the left and the right mixed nor the top and the bottom, but the front and back had been reversed, you see , that is just the nose of the thing is on the wrong side of the head of you want it, alright? Now ordinarily when we think of the image we think at it as ofanother person, and we think the normal way that another person would get on that condition over there. It's a psychological thing. We don't think of the idea that the person has been squashed and pushed back forward (**) with his nose and his head, because that's not what ordinarily happens to people. A person gets to look like you looks in the mirror by walking around and facing you. And because people when the walk around don't turn their head for their feet (we leave that part alone), but they get their right and left hand swung about you see when they turn around, so we say that's it's left and right (into**) change, but really the symmetrical way is along the axis of the mirror that thing get into change. That's an easy one. A harder one, and very entertaining, was "what keeps a train on the track?"


The train

"what keeps a train on the track?"
And of course the answer is, as everyone thinks: the flanges on the wheel (you know the wheel have some kind of flange on it). But that's not the answer. Because flanges are just safety devices. If the flange rubs against the track, you hear a horrible squealing, then just in case the real mechanism doesn't work. There's another mechanism with train that is connected to it. People all know this about their automobile, than when you go around the corner, the outside wheel has to go further than the inside wheel. And if the front-- if the wheel were connected on a solid shaft, you couldn't do that, you can't turn the outside wheels further that the inside wheels, and so the shaft is broken in the middle with a gear system called a differential. Did you ever see a differential on a railroad train? No!

You look at those wheel on the (**), and then there are to wheel and there is a solid steel rod, going from one wheel to the other; there's nothing-- one turns the same as the other. So now how does it go around a corner? A curve, when the outside wheel has to go further that the inside wheel? And the answer is that the wheels are flanged like this (/show a tapered flange) --I mean not flange, they're cones (this way), that is there's a little fatter, closer to the train, and a little thinner further out. If you look closer, you see they've got this (**) edge. And it's all very simple: when they go around the curve, they slide out on the track bed, so that this wheel (/show a turning wheel) travels on a fatter part (bigger diameter) and on the other on the small diameter, so when the both turn one turn, this swings further than the other. And that's what keeps it on the track also the same way. Suppose the train is running along on this thing, on the track; if the track is here and the two wheels are exactly balanced (and it's nice and even), suppose accidentally it gets a bump or something and slides out this way, the this wheel (/show a wheel) is on a bigger circumference than this one, but they're on a solid shaft, so when it turns once around, it carries this wheel forward relative to they others and steers the train back on the track (of course, when it gets to far it goes on the other side), and it stays on the track because the wheel are tapered, and the flange is safety. But we had a lot of stuff like that, and we had to learn and get straight before we became full-fledged member of the fraternity.


Seeing things

If you are sitting next to a swimming pool, somebody dives in, and she's not too pretty, so I can think of something else, I can think of the waves that forms in the water, and when lots of people have dived in the pool, there is a very great choppiness of all these waves all over the water, and to think that it is possible maybe that waves there is a clue of what is happening in the pool.
That some sort of insect or something with efficient cleverness could sit in the corner of the pool and just be disturbed by the waves. And by the nature of the irregularities and bumping all the way, it figures out who jumped in and where and when and where what is happening all over the pool.
And that's what we do when we are looking at something. The light that comes out is wave, it's just like in the swimming pool, except in three dimensions instead of just two dimensions of the pool, going in all the directions, and we have an one eighth inch (*) black hole two which these things go, which is particularly sensitive to the parts of the waves that are coming in a particular direction (they're not particularly sensitive when they come from the wrong end, what you say is the "corner of our eye".
And if you want to get more information about the corner of your eye, we swivel these balls about the sort of hole they're in. Then it's quite wonderful that we see can figure out so easy (it's easy because the lightwaves are easy; the waves in the water are a little bit more complicated: it would have been harder for the bug than for for us, but it is the same idea: to figure out what the thing is that we are looking at a distance.
And it is kind of incredible, because when I am looking at you, someone standing to my left could see somebody who is standing on my right, and that the light can go right across these waves, the waves that are going this way (show up and down), id. (Front/back). It is just a complete network. Now you think of arrows passing each other, but that's not the way it is, because all of this is something shaking (it is called the electric field), but we don't have to bother with what it is. It is just like the water height that is going up and down. Some quantities are shaking about here, and the combination of the motion that is so elaborate and complicated then that results in what make me see you. And at the same time, completely undisturbed by the fact that another influence represents the other guy seeing the other on this side. So that this is a TREMENDOUS MESS of waves, all over in space, which we call the light bouncing (*) around the room, and going from one to the other, because of course most of the room doesn't have one-eighth inch black hole : it is not interested in that light, but the light is there anyway: it bounces of it, it bounces of that, and all of this is going on , and yet we can sort it out when this instruments (Feynman shows his eye).
But besides all this, these little waves I was talking about in the water, and those so big that you can (*) have slowest swashes which are longer and shorter, perhaps the animal who is making his study only uses waves between this length (F. shows a short distance) and that length (other length), so it turns out that the eye is only using waves between this length and that length, except that those two lengths are hundred thousandth of an inch. And what about the slowest swashed, the waves that go more slowly that happen to have the longer distance between crest to (top**) .
Those represent heat. We feel those, but our eyes don’t see them focused very well; we don't see them in fact at all. The shorter wave is blue, the longer wave (as you know) is red, but when it gets longer that we call infrared. All of these come a ** the same time; that's the heat. Pit viper that get down here in the desert, they have a very little thing (F. shows a hole) so that they can see longer waves, and pick up mice, which are radiating their heat in the longer waves (but their body heat) by looking at them with this eye, which is the pit of the pit viper.
But we can't, we are not able to do that. And the these waves get longer and longer, and (all through the same space, all of this things are going on at the same time), so that in this space there is not only my vision of you, but also information from my skull radio that is being broadcasted at the present moment, and the seeing of somebody from Peru! All the radio waves are just the same kind of waves, only they are longer waves. And there's the radar, from the airplane which is looking at the ground to figure out where it is, which is coming to the room at the same time. Plus X-rays, cosmic rays and all of these other things that are the same kind of waves, EXACTLY the same kind of waves, but shorter, faster or longer, slower. It is exactly the same thing.
So this big feel, this area of irregular motion of this electric field, these vibrations, contains this tremendous information. And it's all really there!
That's what gets you! If you don't believe it, then you take a piece of wire, and connect it to a box. And in the wire, the electrons will be pushed back and forth by this electric field, swashing just at the right speed for that certain kind of long waves. And you turn some knobs on the box to get the swashing just right, and you hear Radio Moscow! And you know that it was there. How else would have it get there? It was there all time. It's only when you turn on the radio that you notice it. But that all these things are going through in the room at the same time. Everybody knows, but you've got to stop and think about it, to really get the pleasure about the complexity, the inconceivable nature of Nature.


Big numbers and stuff

When we were talking about the atoms, one of the trouble we have with the atoms is that they are so tiny and it is so hard to imagine the scale.
The atoms are in size compared to an apple is the same scale as an apple is compared to the size of the earth. That's kind of a hard think to take, and you have to go through all these things in one time, and people find these numbers unconceivable, and I do too. And the only thing you do is just change your scale, you just think of small balls but you don't try to know exactly how small they are too often. It gets kind of a bit nutty, alright? But in astronomy, you have the scales that get reversed! Because the distance to the stars is so enormous. You know that light goes so fast, and it only takes few seconds to go to the moon and back, or it goes around the earth in a seventh and a half of a second, it goes for years... two years, three years before it gets to the nearest that there is to us! But all our stars are in nearby galaxies, a big mess of stars which is called a galaxy. But our galaxy is hundred thousand light-years. And then there's another patch of stars. It takes a million years for the light to get here, going at this enormous rate. And you just go crazy trying to get too real that distance. You have to do everything in proportion. That's easy, say that a galaxy is a little patch of stars and there's another then times apart what they are big. That's an easy picture. But you just go to a different scale. Once in a while you just go back to earth scale to discuss galaxies'. But it' kinda hard.
The number of stars we see at night is only about five thousand. But the number of stars in our galaxy, the telescope have shown when you improve the instruments - oh, you look at the stars, you look at the galaxy, all the light that we see, the little tiny influence, spread from the stars over this enormous distance (three light-years for the nearest stars) on! on! on! the light from these stars is spreading, the wave front is getting wider and wider, weaker and weaker out in all of space to finally the tiny fraction that comes in one square eighth of an inch little black hole and does something to me so I know it's there! You know a little bit about it, I'd rather gather a little more of this tiny fraction of the front of light; and so I make a big telescope which is a kind of funnel. The light that comes over this big area (two hundred of inch in cross) is very carefully organized, so it is all concentrated back so it goes to our pupil. Actually it's better to photograph, and nowadays they use photocells which are better instruments, but anyway the idea of a telescope is to focus the light from a bigger area into a smaller area so that we see things that are weaker, less slight, and that's how we find there's a very large number of stars in our galaxy. There's so many that if you try to name them, in one second, all of the stars in the galaxy (there are billions of stars in the universe, just the stars in the galaxy here), it takes three thousand years! And yet that's not a very big number! Because if those stars were to drop one dollar bill on the earth (during a year each star dropping one dollar bill), they might take care of the deficit, which is suggested for the budget of the United States!
So you see what kind of numbers we have to deal with! And anyway I think that the numbers are a problem, in astronomy the size is a number, and the best thing to do is to relax and enjoy those! The tininess of us and the enormity of the rest of the universe. Of course, if you're feeling depressed by that, you know how to look in the other way and how big you are compared to these atoms and the part of the atoms and then you're an enormous universe to these atoms and you just stand in the middle and you enjoy everything both ways!
But the great part of astronomy is the imagination that is necessary to guess what kind of structures, what kind of things can be happening to produce the light and the effect of the light of the stars that we do see.
And I could take an example: many times in science, by using imagination you imagine things which could be according to all the known knowledge and the laws. And you don't know whether it is yet or not. And that's very interesting, there is a creative imagination (imagination you call it, it's not just imagining thing that are relatively easy, but something different). And to take an example of, a star as we understand it to ordinary stars like the un, which is just a big ball of gas, of hydrogen (that's the burning of hydrogen and so forth), and it's an enormous mass of gas, and it's held together by gravity (you don't to always understand gravity as a curved space; it's good enough for the purpose a force inverse to the square of the distance). When the things are closer together, the force is stronger. And it pulls everything together. By the way that's why the world is round: because global matter is closed together as much as possible, if we had a great mountain or a great irregularity like a bump, it would be pulled in by gravity and gets smoother
Rocks and stones are bump that aren't much bigger than a few miles, (**) and mountains are the biggest bumps. But on the moon where the gravity is less, the bumps are higher; the mountains are bigger on the moon.
Anyway, to get back to the star, it's all held together by gravity and it has got a nuclear fuel that is burning up the hydrogen and making the energy which keeps them going. And after a while, it reduces the fuel a lot (and people thinks about what will happen then). And it would be possible that just be gas, sort of hanging around, held together by gravity, but quiet. But another possibility is to think: if I push the stuff together closer, the gravity is stronger, will it hold it together. If we push a little bit together, the pressure increases (when you push the gas together, there are more atoms and they pound on it so the pressure is higher, but the gravity stronger: it turns out the pressure wins so it would just come out again. If you push a star like take (Feynman oscillating hands) it oscillates, and there are some stars that are oscillating and vibrating and so on).
But it turns out that if you keep on analyzing and push it very far into an incredible concentration of those, the whole mass of the sun is down to the size of the earth or smaller, then it turns out that all the nuclear matter, all the nuclei of the atoms are stuck next to each other. They're tight, the space where the electrons is all squased out, and it comes out that when you get to THAT far, the gravity is strong enough to overpower the pressure again, even though the pressure has got to be enormous, the gravity has to be even more enormous, and the thing will stay steady at a different size and be nothing but a neutron, a nuclear matter, nothing solid in nuclear matter, and this a a possibility worked out by Oppenheimer and Volkov, and it's called a neutron star.
And people waited to see if there were any such neutron stars for years, to recently they found these pulsars which emit flashes of radio waves (later they found light) which goes thirty times a second (for the fastest ones), or maybe ten times a second, or one a second. And at first, that's very mysterious; you are used to stars being big and slow... how can anything in a star move in a thirtieth of a second? Well these things are very small neutron stars and they’re spinning very fast. For reason not yet understood, they are emitting a beam, a beam of radio waves like a search light in an airport, something that goes around boop boop boop, so we get the flashes tick tick tick, that fast. Imagine a star the mass of the sun, doing something, turning so fast (thirtieth of a second), another big number, hard conceive, imaginary things, and they call the idea that there could be a star of such an enormous density that a teaspoon would weight some much that if you put that matter on the earth it is so heavy that that it will just plough right to the center of the earth!
And for things like that, it took a lot of imagination: it comes out the mathematics and the analysis of all this helps you to make sure you are not making a mistake, and it turns out that such a star is possible, and it turned out a little bit later they do exist, and that's a good example of how imagination is a useful thing and it produces guessing all the time and you make answers by using it. Besides, the very difficult thing in imagination is to use things that might be up there to explain the things we see. And in the case of astronomy, we have a large number of things we see that we have no yet quite clearly got the imagination to see what is producing it.
Quasars are very powerful sources of light and radio waves, at great distance, and we see them because they are so bright. The exact cause of their sources is gradually been recently understood, in terms of another nutty concept of imagination: the black hole, which is something that comes from following the logic of gravity of Einstein to its ultimate, working out the consequences in crazy circumstances. Suppose you have a great amount of matter, so great that the gravity force is so much that even light trying to get out falls back. Nothing can go faster that light, and nothing could escape. You couldn't see it! Well, how do you get there? If you have a large amount of matter, it could fall together and get into this condition and no longer could the light come out. So you would have this thing which continues to attract things to it, things would go in and nothing would come out. That is called the black hole.
And you say how is going a black hole, which is absorbing everything; make all this energy that we see. Is that an explanation of a quasar? Actually, it may well be. Because if the things that are falling in don't go pluck in but go around, falling in by swirling, then as they are falling irregularly, and in the fast motion they produce this whirlpool that generates a lot of energy and friction and so forth, and different kind of effects by magnetic and electrical effects that could make jets of matter that come out of the quasar and the radio galaxies in ways that are not really understood. We don't have a real picture why there are jets of radio waves, matter emitting radio waves. In galaxies (there are galaxies with great jets coming out with big clouds of matter on each side which are emitting radio waves. So there is some kind of sources in there). It sort of getting wired up and shoots these jets of matter out with tremendous energy. And it's guessed that maybe it's a black hole somehow or other, and somehow or other is the challenge of the imagination. Which has not yet been answered. by anybody, with any great confidence.


Bigger is electricity!

The stuff of fantasizing in looking at the world, imagining things, which really isn't fantasizing because you just try to imagine the way it really is, comes up handy sometimes.
The other day I was at the dentist, he was getting ready with this electric drill to make holes, and I thought I'd better think of something fast or else it's gonna hurt.
And then I thought about this little motor going around, and what was that make it turn? And what was going on? and what's going on is that there is a dam at some distance and the wheel over the dam turns (a great big wheel, alright?), and this wheel is connected with long pieces of copper, which split up in other pieces of copper and split up and spread all over the city, and then they're connected back to another little gadget and makes wheels turn, all the wheels in the city are turning, because this little thing turns.
If this thing stops, all the wheels stop. If it starts again, they all start again. And I think it's kind of a marvelous thing of nature. It's extremely curious that phenomenon. I like to think about a lot, because all it is, it's copper and iron.
You see, sometimes we think it's man-made generator very complicated, the phenomenon is a result of something very special that we've made.
But it's nature doing it, and it's just iron and copper; if you just take a big long loop of copper, and add iron at each end and move the piece of iron here, the other iron move at the other piece. And if you get it down to the -nothing- you are just moving piece of iron in a loop a copper and see other piece of iron move, you realize what a fantastic mystery nature is!
And you don't even need the iron. (pump prime get started**) by giggling coppers strands fast around knocking them and knocking and so forth, you can get all the copper strands move at the other end, over a long connection.
And what is it? It's only copper! And motion! We're so used to circumstances in which these electrical phenomena are all canceled out. Everything is sort of neutral: pushing and pulling, it's all very dull. But nature has these wonderful things. Magnetic forces and electrical forces when you comb your hair. When you comb, you get this strange condition: if you put it in front of a piece a paper, that lifts up the paper, the paper giggles... at a distance, far away. And that's in fact, the fact turns out, that the thing that's deeper inside of everything that the things we're used to. We're used to forces that only act directly: light, you push with your finger, it only acts directly, but then you have to imagine what it is that's pushed by the finger. This finger is made of little balls of atoms. And it has got another bunch of atoms that are pushing it.
At that little space between those atoms. And that pushing is going through that space. And the only thing that happens with the comb and the paper is that the circumstances have a reason which makes it possible to see those forces go through a bigger distance than just the space between the atoms. What it is they have charges like electrons, that are both the same, they repel each other with a force. They are very tiny parts, they are piece of the atoms, and they repel each other with a force which is enormous (it's inverse to the square of the distance just like gravity is inverse to the square of the distance, but gravity is attractive whereas this one is repulsive) and these two electrons (the gravity is weak to the electricity: the electricity is so much more enormous that I can't express because I don’t know the name of the numbers : it's one with thirty eight or forty zeros after the one. Bigger is electricity! It's so enormous, that if I were all electrons... well, the number is to big!) .
There's also however for electrical thing other kind of charges, positive charges, for example protons are positive, they're inside the nucleus of the atoms and the attract electrons. Opposite charges attracts, alike charges repel. So you have to imagine enormous forces, where likes are trying to get away from likes, and unlikes are trying to get near the opposite. What would happen if you had a lot of them? All the likes would collect with unlike, they attract each other, and you get intimate mixture of pluses and minuses all on top of each other, very close together. You wouldn't have a lot of pluses anywhere, because they repel each other. They're all being compensated with minus very close, and then you get these little nuts of plus and minus.
They reason why the nuts don't get smaller and smaller is because they are particles and there are quantum mechanical effects that we won’t discuss that don’t make the decay any smaller than a certain size. So you get these little lumps with are balls, they are the atoms.
The atoms are positive and negative charges and they neutralize, they cancel their charges as nearly as they can. And because of these intimate forces are so big, it ends up nowhere. With very little left, because they're so big they cancels out, they're always exactly the same number of pluses and minuses in any normal material.
When you comb your hair, you rub just a little bit extra off, just a few extra minuses here, and somewhere else a few extra pluses. But the forces are so big that just the extra ones, which make a force that we can see, that seems to get over a long range, and that we find mysterious. And that we need an explanation for. And we try to find an explanation in terms of ideas like forces that are inside of rubber bands, or steel bars and twisted things. We would like to have some kind of puller, at a distance, because we're used to it. That we don't get any push until we're touching, but the fact is the reason that we don't get any push into a touchy (**) is that the same forces as you see at a long distance only comes down because the forces of the pluses and minuses are canceled out so that that you don't feel anything until it gets very very close. When it gets close enough of course it makes this difference between which is plus and which is minus and where they are and repel each other.
so it's kind of fun to imagine that this intimate mixture of highly attractive opposites which are so strong that they cancel out the effects and it's only sometimes, when you have an excess of one kind or another that you get this MYSTERIOUS electrical force. And how can I explain these electrical forces in any other way? Why should I try to explain it in terms something like jelly or other things which are made? And I understand the other way around in terms of strong, long distance forces which are all canceled out.
So it's the electrical forces in fact, and the magnetic forces in fact that we have to accept as the base reality, in which we are going to explain all the other things. So again it turns out it's hard to understand. you have to do a lot of imagining, that the real world has as its base a force that acts at long distance, that we haven't got much experience without force (except peculiar phenomena **)... that ordinarily, we don't have much experience without force is simply because that's what requires explanation. That's what requires imagination. The long distance force we haven't a picture for.
And in the example of the generator, what happens is that the electrons which are part of an atom, they're pushed by the motion of the copper wires, and one of the wonderful things is that if you push an electron little bit here, they get too close so that it pushes the other and they repel at a long distance, so it's not just like water which repel at a short distance but it's a wonderful fluid which repel at a long distance and in facts it goes very quickly through the wire, there is a little concentration which goes ZINNNG through the wire all over the city at once. And you can use that stuff to make signals, you can push a few electrons here by talking into a telephone, then at the other hand of the line, a long line of copper across the city, the electron responds because of this very rapid interaction over these long distances to what you say in this room. And they discovered, experimentally the existence of these long forces and that this rapid motion action was a tremendous thing for human beings.
I think that the discovery of electricity and magnetism and the electromagnetic effects which are finally worked out (the full equations were worked out by Maxwell in 1873) are probably the most fundamental transformation of.. the most remarkable thing in history, the biggest change in history.


11 - Ways of thinking

You ask me if an ordinary person, by studying hard, would get to be able to imagine these things, like I imagine. Of course! I was an ordinary person who had studied hard. There are no miracle people. It just happen they got interested in these things and they learned all these stuffs. There are just people. There's no talent, special, miracle ability to understand quantum mechanics or a miracle ability to imagine electromagnetic fields that comes without practicing and reading and learning and study, so if you say it take an ordinary person who's willing to devote a great deal of time and study and work and thinking in mathematics, then he has become a scientist.
When I'm actually doing my own things and working in a high, deep and esoteric stuff that I worry about, I don't think I can describe very well what it's like. First of all, it' like egg and chicken, which comes after which? It happens quickly and I'm not exactly sure what flashes and stuff are coming to head. But I know it's a crazy mixture of partial equations, partial solving in equations, then having some sort of picture of what is happening that the equation is saying it's happening, but they're not that well separated (the words I'm using) and it's a kind of a nutty thing, it's very hard to describe, and I don't know if it does any good to describe.
And there's something that struck me, it's very curious: I suspect that what goes on in every man's head might be very very different. The actual images or semi-images (**) that comes, and when we are talking to each other at these high and complicated levels, and we think we are speaking very well, that we are communicating, but what we are really doing is having a some kind of big translation scheme going on, translating what this fellow says into our images, which are very different. I found that out because in the very lowest level (I wouldn't go into much details but I got interested in...). Well I was doing some experiments and I was trying to figure out something about our time sense, and so what I would do is trying to count to a minute (actually I count to 48 and it would be one minute, so I calibrate myself and I would count a minute in 48 counts, it's close enough). As it turns out that if you repeat that gym, you do it very accurately: when you get to 48 or 47 or 49, not far off, you're very close to a minute.
And I was trying to find out what affected that time sense, and whether I could do anything at the same time I was counting. And I found that I could many things: I could (there's something that isn't nut). For example, I had great difficulty in the university, to get my laundry ready, and I was putting the socks out, and I had to make a list "how many socks" (there were something like 6 or 8 socks), and I couldn't count them, because the counting machine was being used, and I couldn't count them, until I found that I could put them in a pattern and recognize the number. And so I learned a way, after practicing, for which I could count the line of type in a newspaper (**) and see them in groups, three, three, three, one, that's a group of ten, without saying the numbers; that's grouping. I could therefore count the line of types I was practicing in the same time I was counting internally the seconds, so I could do this fantastic trick of saying "forty-eight, that's one minute and there are sixty seven lines of type you see!".
That was quite wonderful! And I discovered many things I could read while I was.., no, excuse me, yes, I could read perfectly all right I was counting and get an idea of what it was about. But I couldn't speak, I couldn’t say anything. Because of course I was sort of trying to speak to myself, inside, I would say "one, two, three" or sort of in the head. Then I went down to the breakfast, and there was John Tukey, who was a mathematician at Princeton in the same time, and we had many discussions, and I was telling him about these experiments and what I could do. And he said "that's absurd!". He said "I don't see why you have any difficulty talking whatsoever, And I can't possibly believe that you could read" . So I couldn't believe all this and we calibrated him (it was 62 for him to sixty seconds or whatever; I don't remember the numbers now), and then he said "alright, what do you want me to say? Mary had a little lamb. I can speak about anything, blah blah blah, blah blah, 62! that's one minute". He was right. And I couldn't possibly do that. And he wanted me to read, because he couldn’t possibly believe it. And we compared note, and it turned out that when he thought of counting, what he did inside his head was counted was he saw a tape with numbers with "clink, clink clink", the tape would change with numbers printed on it, he could see. So it was sort of an optical system that he was using, and not voice.
He could speak as much as he wanted, but if he had to read, then he couldn't look at his clock! Whereas for me it was in the other way. And that's where I discovered, at least in this very simple operation of counting, the great difference in what goes on in the head when people think they are doing the same thing. And so it struck me therefore, if that is already true at the most elementary level. That when we learn mathematics and Bessel functions, and the exponential and the electric field and all these things, that the imageries and the method by which we are storing it all and the way we think about it, could really, if we get to each other's head, entirely different. And in fact, while somebody sometimes has a great deal of difficulty to understanding a point which you see as obvious, and vice versa, it's maybe because it's a little hard to translate what you just said into his particular framework and so on. Now I'm talking like a psychologist, and you know I don't know nothing about this!
Suppose that little things behaved very differently that anything that was big. Anything that you are familiar with, because you that animal evolves and so on, and brain evolves and gets used to handling things as the brain is designed through ordinary circumstances.
But if the (**glock particles in the deep **) workings were by some other rules and some other character, they would behave differently (**), than anything on the large scale, then there would some kind of difficulty in understanding and imagining reality.

And that difficulty, we are in. The behavior of things in the small scale is so fantastic! It is so wonderfully different! so marvelously different that anything that behaves on a large scale. You said "electrons act like wave", no they don't exactly, "they act like particles", no, they don't exactly, "they act like a kind of a fog around the nucleus", no they don't exactly. And if you want to get a clear, sharp picture of an animal, so that you can tell exactly how it behaves correctly, and have a good image in other words, really good image of reality, I don't know how to do it. Because that image has to be mathematic: we have a mathematical expression, a strange mathematics, I don't understand how it is, but we can write mathematical expressions and calculate what the thing is going to do, without being actually able to picture it. It would something like a computer in which you put certain numbers in and you have a formula for what time the car will arrive at its destination,and the thing does the arithmetic to figure out what time the car arrives at the different destinations. But you cannot picture the car. It is just doing the arithmetic. So we know how to do the arithmetic, but we cannot picture the car. It's not a 100%, because for certain approximate situations, certain kind of approximate pictures work, that it's simply a fog around the nucleus that when you squeeze it repels you (it's very good for understanding the stiffness of certain material). That it's a wave that just does this and that is very picture for some other phenomenon. So when you're working with certain particular aspects of the behavior of atoms, for instance when I was talking about temperature and so forth, that it's just little balls, it's good enough and it gives a very nice picture of temperature, but if you ask more specific question and you get down to questions like "how is that when you cool helium down, even to absolute zero where it's not supposed to be any motion, it's a perfect fluid and it has no resistance and it flows perfectly, and it isn't freezing". Well if you want to get a picture of atoms as all of that in it, I can't do it. But I can explain why the helium behaves as it does, by taking my equations and seeing that the consequences of them is that the helium would behave as it is observed to behave. So we know that we have the theory right, but we haven't got the pictures that would go with the theory. And it's that because we haven't caught on the right picture, or it's because there aren't any right pictures for picture who have to make pictures out of things that are familiar to them.

Well let's suppose it's the last one, that there'sno right picture in terms of things that are familiar to them. Is it possible then to develop a familiarity with those things that are not familiar on hand, by studying, by learning the properties of atoms and quantum mechanics, by practicing with the equations, until it becomes a kind of second nature, just like it's a second nature to know that two balls came towards each other, they smash into bits. You don't say "the two balls when they come toward each other turn blue". You know what they do . So the question is whether you can get to know what things do without... better that we do today, as the generations develop, will they invent ways of teaching so that the new people will learn tricky ways in looking at things, and be so trained, so well trained, that they won't have our troubles, with the atom picturing.

There's still a school of thought that cannot believe that the atomic behaviors is so different than large scale behaviors. I think that's a big prejudice, it's a prejudice of being so used to large scale behaviors, and they're always seeking to find '(**) for the data we discovered underneath the quantum mechanics, there's some mundane, ordinary balls hitting or particles moving and so on, and I think they're gonna be defeated. I think Nature's imagination is so much greater than man's, she's never gonna let us relax!

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 06:05 PM


2 years in waiting

untill something like july 14th 2022

better keep ourselfs in good spirits


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Posted 12 July 2020 - 11:43 PM

Please expound on your "two year" delay ??

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Posted 13 July 2020 - 02:54 AM

Please expound on your "two year" delay ??


Le Jet Propulsion Laboratory (littéralement « Laboratoire de recherche sur la propulsion par réaction »), plus connu sous son acronyme JPL, basé à Pasadena (Californie) aux États-Unis, est un centre de recherche spatiale de la NASA géré par le California Institute of Technology créé en 1936. Il dispose d'une expertise sans équivalent dans le domaine des missions spatiales robotiques. Au sein de l'agence spatiale américaine le JPL développe les missions d'exploration du système solaire en particulier à destination de Mars (mission Mars Exploration Rover, Mars Science Laboratory, InSight, Mars 2020...) et des planètes externes (Cassini, Europa Clipper, ...) ainsi que des missions scientifiques d'observation de la Terre et d'astronomie spatiale. Le JPL gère également le réseau de stations terriennes Deep Space Network qui permet à l'agence spatiale de communiquer avec ses sondes spatiales interplanétaires. Le JPL emploie en 2017 environ 6 000 personnes. Sur le plan statutaire il s'agit d'un centre de recherche financé par l'état fédéral mais géré par un organisme privé (Federally funded research and development center).

Le JPL est créé à l'initiative de passionnés de fusées et de Theodore von Karman, professeur au renommé California Institute of Technology (Caltech), dans le but d'effectuer des recherches sur la propulsion par moteurs-fusées. À la veille de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, l'Armée de l'Air américaine se tourne vers ces spécialistes pour développer des fusées d'assistance au décollage JATO afin de permettre à ses bombardiers de décoller à partir de pistes de longueur réduite. À la fin de la guerre, le centre de recherche conçoit des fusées et missiles de puissance croissante pour le compte de l'Armée de Terre. Au début de l'ère spatiale le JPL contribue au lancement du premier satellite artificiel américain en fournissant à la fois les moyens de suivi, les étages supérieurs du lanceur et le satellite proprement dit (Explorer 1). C'est un tournant dans l'activité du centre de recherche qui est entériné par son rattachement en

octobre 1958

à l'agence spatiale civile américaine toute nouvellement créée, la NASA. À compter de cette date, le centre développe ses compétences dans le domaine de l'exploration du système solaire en écrivant certaines des plus belles pages du programme spatial américain avec notamment les missions Surveyor, Mariner, Voyager, Viking, Galileo, Cassini Huygens, MER et Mars Science Laboratory.


that everyone on earth needs a least two years to understand and diggest

what is truly going on

except this side of the story

myself and the russians primarly

the rest of 8 billion on earth

have very primitive understanding and knowledge of the real situation and divine facts

I honestly feel terrible sorry for

you Atossa that your brother was a remarkable scientist at JPL operated by Caltech where i took my Ph.D. from

actualy Paul Jennings who as Caltech Provost

1989-1995 & 2004-2007

thus in charge of running administratively the entire JPL

thus was your brother BOSS paying the salaries

well I had Paul Jennings as Professor in 3 different graduate courses in Civil Engineering

and he knew me by my nick name and very well

or for incredible USA women like Taylor Swift who managed to handle the entire thing with calm and maturity

and I am trying to help you both and many others like you as much as it is posible

by trying to maintain objectivity and full transparency

when publishing on Pravda.RU


par example
I expand on other things of interest to you as USA citizen

and strong sympathizer of adolf hitler

who based on the data bellow was back in 1993 when i got merried


but also he was present at my wedding too

as my sister husband

but also the waterboarding at guantanamo

clearly indicates some americans know that he did the 911 too in 2001

my wedding was the carrot and stick ambiguity for USA

he pretends he does not mind that i get merried

but he hits USA at guam after




based on hystorical data since 1849

there were 5 such seismic events in the past

1849-01-25         7.5
1892-05-16         7.5
1902-09-22         8.1
1909-12-09         8.0
1993-08-08         7.8

three of them concentrated about the birth of adolf hitler on april 20th 1889

and as a result of these three seismic events

USA gives up financially to adolf hitler in 1913

so probability of natural occurance of such a large seismic event in Guam

plus or minus a month from the moment I got merried

on july 7th 1993 is equal to 0.4%


now 27 years later I invite a gorgeous american to visit with me in antwerpen

and USA went on a such remarkable instability

as shown in the figure bellow

so does not matter realy who the woman is

but the moment I get serious about it

USA pays the price for it

incredible but statisticaly true too


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Posted 13 July 2020 - 07:30 AM

starting a new week

Pravda.RU Soft Machine

meet the people that your future may depend on them and their professionalism

July 13th 1975 - April 26th 1986 - March 26th 2000 - July 13th 2020

what Vladimir and myself LGP where doing on these days

a 45 years long period of time and continued education and training


In 1975, Putin joined the KGB and trained at the 401st KGB school in Okhta, Leningrad

I was then TOP in my class in highschool in mathematics

a special mathematics class in the best romanian highschool : liceul Mihai Viteazul in Bucharest

my dream : gold medal at the International Math Olympiad

same time General Colonel Vasile Milea

the future Ceausescu Defense Minister of Romania

come to me and asks

Dadi what do you know about Europa Libera ?

Cornel Chiriac was suspiciously murdered on March 4th 1975 in Munich

so we both started young well prepared mentaly for future great challanges and responsabilities

in two former east european block

part of the elite farm systems in Russia and Romania


the Accident at Chernobyl finds myself writting my Ph.D. Thesis

under the supervision of notable California Elite Academic system Members

such as Wilfred Iwan my advisor, Paul Jennings as Dean of Civil Engineering

and Fred Culicks in Aeronautics offering me a Post Doctoral Position for the next two years

while I had other closed friends and Mentors

such as Thomas Caughey, Jim Knowles and Elias Sternberg

who were each day at 10 AM and 2 PM

in the coffe room keeping an eye on all students in Thomas Building

civil and mechanical engineering and applied mechanics primarly

and chating with us individualy every single working day

From 1985 to 1990 Vladimir Putin served in Dresden, East Germany,[41] using a cover identity as a translator


march 26th 2000

we both start independently work on this Project

myself founded Neurosynthesis Societe Anonime arround Ocober 15th 2000

Legaly Established in Greece, European Union

TODAY I did state publicly

that this Company moved to Antwerpen, Belgium also within European Union

but due to the secracy and strategic significance of the Project and Issues

this move could not have been done the 100% Official Way

muslims have the logic that a divorce is valid just with an SMS

so in some sense making the announcement

in a well estableshed world wide publication such as PRAVDA

has some legality in it too

while vladimir was elected that day President of the Russian Federation


TODAY we managed as Author and Publisher on Pravda.RU to advance to the present state of affairs

what is sure is that the credentials for such responsible positions

are right there in both cases

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Posted 13 July 2020 - 07:31 AM

Your CalTech Paul Jennings doesn't relate.

This Paul Jennings is closer to your home.


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Posted 13 July 2020 - 09:26 AM

Announcing New App
the file bellow generated at most at 10:18 UTC
but two hours later an earthquake in northern italy
which I added to the previously saved one
the mystery who hit the EQ at 12:00 UTC
for you to solve
part of this new app abilities
perform a search for the seismicity in the region
and of course
evaluate the probability the epicenter of the new earthquake
to be so closed to the ecuador given by the ORACLE
but for sure the ORACLE gives feedback within seconds and not after two hours

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Posted 13 July 2020 - 11:37 AM

interesting enough
clinton and biden did not complain
when terrorists hit the GUAM air force base with 8.2 magnitude earthquake
on august 8th 1993
only one month after I got merried
but putin is guilty of interferring in USA afairs
and not biden and obama
who on january 20th 2009
when they took over
the USA budget deficit was 10 trillions USD
and now only 11 years after is 26.5 trillions USD

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Posted 13 July 2020 - 04:40 PM

Magnitude    ML 3.8
Date time    2020-07-13 12:06:54.9 UTC
Location    46.33 N ; 12.66 E
Depth    0 km
146 km W of Ljubljana, Slovenia / pop: 256,000 / local time: 14:06:54.9 2020-07-13
69 km W of Bovec, Slovenia / pop: 3,200 / local time: 14:06:54.9 2020-07-13
40 km NE of Belluno, Italy / pop: 35,100 / local time: 14:06:54.9 2020-07-13
16 km SW of Socchieve, Italy / pop: 1,100 / local time: 14:06:54.9 2020-07-13
I did live the horror of this one
67 seconds is like sitting in front of an execution squad

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Posted 14 July 2020 - 06:08 AM

the world situation
disgusting in greek
but to not expect russians or myself to jump in
to solve the problems that you the rest are 100% responsible
for tolerating all these years
in 2002 I met a great Russian Ana born april 7th 1981 in Moscow
unfortunately I met her as prostitute
not appropriate for a former University Professor
but she was truly great and we were getting along in full harmony as human beings
she told me that each day she listens in the morning to Putin speaches the previous day
in any event back then
both myself and the russians were practicaly ashes following Yeltsis years
and myself following the criminal forced hospitalization in august 2003
Anna was making under 100 euro a month as biology teacher in Moscow par example
I do publish a lot of musique and party videos
but in real life
last time I took vacations
was between 2nd and 11th of august 2008
and even then they kept myself buzy
publishing on PRAVDA about the georgia war
and the crucial moments arround those days
since the danger chinese to be blackmailed to arrest putin were for the real
the ORACLE preemtively hit that earthquake on may 12th 2008
to prevent a nuclear war between russia and china that would have followed
and my job assignement from the ORACLE on PRAVDA was to remind the chinese about it
The 2008 Sichuan earthquake[13] (Chinese: 汶川大地震; pinyin: Wènchuān dà dìzhèn; lit.: 'Great Wenchuan earthquake'), also known as the Great Sichuan earthquake or Wenchuan earthquake, occurred at 14:28:01 China Standard Time on May 12, 2008. Measuring at 8.0 Ms[3][14][15] (7.9 Mw),[4] the earthquake's epicenter was located 80 kilometres (50 mi) west-northwest of Chengdu, the provincial capital, with a focal depth of 19 km (12 mi).[4] The earthquake ruptured the fault for over 240 km (150 mi), with surface displacements of several meters.[16] The earthquake was also felt in nearby countries and as far away as both Beijing and Shanghai—1,500 and 1,700 km (930 and 1,060 mi) away, respectively—where office buildings swayed with the tremor.[17] Strong aftershocks, some exceeding 6 Ms, continued to hit the area up to several months after the main shock, causing further casualties and damage. The earthquake also caused the largest number of geohazards ever recorded, including about 200,000 landslides and more than 800 quake lakes distributed over an area of 110,000 km2 (42,000 sq mi).[16][18][19][20][21]

Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Nargis (Urdu: نرگس[ˈnərɡɪs]) was an extremely destructive and deadly tropical cyclone that caused the worst natural disaster in the recorded history of Myanmar during early May 2008.[1] The cyclone made landfall in Myanmar on Friday, 2 May 2008, sending a storm surge 40 kilometres up the densely populated Irrawaddy delta, causing catastrophic destruction and at least 138,373 fatalities.[2][3][4] The Labutta Township alone was reported to have 80,000 dead, with about 10,000 more deaths in Bogale. There were around 55,000 people missing and many other deaths were found in other towns and areas, although the Myanmar government's official death toll may have been under-reported, and there have been allegations that government officials stopped updating the death toll after 138,000 to minimise political fallout. The feared 'second wave' of fatalities from disease and lack of relief efforts never materialised.[5] Damage was at $12 billion, making Nargis the costliest tropical cyclone on record in the North Indian Ocean at the time,[6] before that record was broken by Cyclone Amphan in 2020.[7][8][9]

so does not exist such a thing as free lunch
particularly when the offerings are to be made by some absolutely TOP competitive entities
such as Russia or myself
and do not dream that ordinary putanes will be tolerated by the ORACLE
to use my property the RO technology
to be used in order to unite the tribes of Israel
this theft is definetely imposible
not pimps satanists and their ordinary putanes
obviously the pimp and his putanes
bonie and clyde known to everybody on earth for their viscious crimes
pompei, alexander the criminal butcher of nations and adolf hitler
some of their past appearences
blackmailed donald trump to take the loan of three trillions
between february 8th 2020 and july 8th 2020
while jolie blonde would have saved USA from the satans of the universe

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