How to make informative blueprints Keshe could learn from any microcontroller datasheet very well...
You peeked my ear with that statement Gunther.
How many people that have visited this forum have actually designed and built a microprocessor in silicon as an ASIC?
I know of only one and he acquired 50 dollars from his instructor on a bet that this particular individual couldn't achieve the performance specifications set in the challenge.
So yeah, Keske technology is a little like that. Unless you rise to a certain level of proficiency, you're done before you even start. This stuff is way out there--we're talking on the level of looking into the soul of the creator. You figure it out and you'll be able to do what Stan Meyer did with your eyes closed and both hands tied behind your back.
I been wanted to put this out for a while now. Take the simple physics equation F = ma
Force equals mass times acceleration.
If I stick a permanent magnet on the refrigerator, there is clearly a force holding the magnet in place. The displacement of this object over time is zero--it does not move. The velocity is zero and remains constant. We definitely have a force and we definitely have mass, so the acceleration cannot be zero. But the object is not moving, so how can it be accelerating? Is it true that acceleration is the change in velocity over time? Then how can there possibly be a force?
Go dig in your physics books and tell me what I already know.
Now, let me put this on the table. All points
in time and space are connected. Notice I said points
. You can have a point in space and you can have a point in time
. Point that is, with three degrees of freedom, x, y & z.
Lets look at the units of acceleration, meters per second squared. Seconds, a unit of time, but in what dimensions? X? Y? Z? XY? XZ? YZ? Or how about all of them XYZ?
Let that sit a minute. Try and determine a configuration where acceleration remains constant even though there is zero displacement in meters. That is zero divided by some value <> 0. Go ahead, use all three dimensions of time. Show me how a stationary object exerts a force. If you can do this without bringing in Keshe's plasma physics, I'm all ears.