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KP_PC k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Fri Oct 3 17:32:17 EST 2003


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"`Other Dimensions? She's in Pursuit'
By DENNIS OVERBYE

Published: September 30, 2003"

http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/30/science/30MARI.html

It's not necessary to invoke dimensions greater
than three.

It's in Tapered Harmony that, if it looks like a
quantity of energy is 'going away', it's be-cause
that energy is just 'winking-out' of =observability=
as its ephemerance [freedom to move] increases
beyond a threshold, and the energy 'just' returns to
the UES.

This's all Testable.

Iff physical reality is as above, an Observable increase
in the quantity of applied energy that's required to
produce the 'usual' 'particle'-collision dynamics will
occur.

This's be-cause, when energy returns to the UES,
the UES 'pressure' local to that 'event' augments,
which 'bolsters' all local SSW<->UES harmonics'
energy-'containment' dynamics.

I'll be surprised if all the data necessary to Verify
this position has not already been collected at
Fermilab and.or CERN.

The only 'difficulty' is that a continuous stream of data
is Necessary. You can't 'pick-and-choose' as the folks
at Fermilab are doing - or you'll miss the thing that
you want to observe - the 'instantaneous'-but-exceed-
ingly-fleeting augmentation of collision stability [which
will be Observable as an 'instantaneous' event-decrease.

Get it?

The dynamics are roughly-analogous to what happens
when one gets into one's car on a cold morning, drives
off without allowing the engine to warm-up, and stomps
the accelerator - the fuel-air mixture often becomes too-
rich, and the engine loses power briefly.

The diminution of detector events is analogous to this
be-cause the local UES is 'too-rich' :-]

Should be easy to see in already-recorded data [unless
the continuous stream has been tossed-out - no problem -
record a continuous stream]. All that's required is to crunch
the data looking for fluctuations in the decay-product
'volume'.

ken [K. P. Collins]







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