1. There appears to be a/some transformer explosion this morning in SF ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q60mT2TPsOc ).
2. There is a large Earth-facing coronal hole on the sun with slowing solar wind ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBfuTP8_3NU&list=UUTiL1q9YbrVam5nP2xzFTWQ ), where the coronal hole HCP (Heavy Coupled Plama) flow can be enough to trigger storm weather patterns (like the storm occurring today in SF Bay Area), and where the slowing solar wind can trigger a sudden magnetic impulse that can blow out transformers.
3. I have a privately circulating manuscript which details the mechanisms here to substantial initial degree.
4. It appears that the co-occurrence of transformer failures with bad weather could possibly be correlated effects of a common previously unidentified cause: HCP.
Posted by limitstomaths on December 11, 2014
Lao Tzu opens his “The Classic Book of the Way and its Power” (the “Tao Teh Ching”) with:
“The way that can be spoken is not the real Way. The name that can be named is not the real Name.”
About 2,600 years later, a scientific argument explains why this is true.
The paper, “Limits to Maths” — available here (*) — compels rethinking the work of Cantor, Godel, Russell, Turing and many, many others, by compelling the rethinking of the consistency of number (as accepted by current orthodoxy). What emerges is a nuanced aspect of the scientific worldview in which any scientific mathematical model has a horizon of validity (based on infinitary limits) outside of which the model can no longer be valid.
(*) if affordability is an issue, please email me and we can work something out. Btw, this paper was researched over several years’ spare time (adding up to many thousands of hours study!).
Posted by limitstomaths on June 13, 2012