Thursday, 31 January 2013

Over "The Horn Antenna Ver. 2.0" for WMAP-Map and The Speed of the Magnetic Field

The Idea of "The Horn-Antenna Ver. 2.0":
It's my suggestion that a new "horn-antenna" is set up as a digital pick-up without the "horn"-antenna shape, and that this gets programmed to open and close parts of the pick-up of WMAP signals so that a consistent pattern can be presented digitally. That is, it's my suspicion that the horn-shape distorts the WMAP of the Universe somewhat and that I think this needs to be investigated the way I describe here, as new set-up. It should be noted that the shape of the "horn-antenna" also precedes the essential part of the computer age.
I therefore write this to you now so that new designs can be worked out and a new "Horn Antenna Ver. 2.0" can be set up. I also happen to know about the new WMAP satelite that investigates possible differences between Earth data and (outer-)space data. Still, though, I think this new design should be necessary, even if it may cost a bit of money.
Design therefore, reiterated: a new pick-up antenna, in the electro-magnetic spectrum of the old horn-antenna, but set up digitally, without the horn-shape so that data gets collected in a different way and that one works the collected signals intensely and accurately so that a spherical (any approximation accepted) or other shapes accepted as well, just that the data enters the presentation correctly.

Comment on "the Speed of Magnetic Field":
The theoretical impossibility for Graviton by my writing makes "the speed of the gravity field as matter of magnetism" instant, necessarily.
But the thing is, there may be two kinds of magnetic fields. One that's induced by electromagnetic forces and one that's the property of matter itself. This former may have the speed of light and the other is, as above, instant.
However, the electro-magnetically induced field by electro-magnetic generator may also have the nature of "ball-on-ball-principle" and thus be instant too. This is yet to be determined, to my knowledge, at least!
(I just mention the book of Stathis Psillos that's named "Causation and Explanation" (2002), not that I bother to cite the very page or anything right now, only to say that "I know about it".)

(Remark over the tech-eyes as criminal relation and violation of my privacy: this work has been completed 15:06 CET on 2013-01-31 before being published first on Facebook several hours later.)

1 comment:

  1. I've made a "Humean" move on causation and deferred it to the sciences for identification rather than "copying from sciences" and tabbing it "philosophy and causation", so to speak. In a sense, this causes me to take a negative/pessimistic view on causation in relating to philosophy. Cheers!