These are my discoveries and writings on the fractal economics, markets, cosmology, quantum mechanics, and other. I say fractals are everywhere and everything, and it is more interesting finding what is not fractal. From the fractal I have developed theories of the following. Classical (marginal) Economics; A fractal interpretation of QM. The de Broglie Wave function is the demand curve. Inflation: both cosmic and monetary. The infrared atmosphere. Unifying QM with 'large scale'. Pi in nature.
Where: Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by guests Dara O Briain, Professor Tony Ryan and Dr Gabrielle Walker to discuss the ever-hot topic of climate change. They take a forensic look at the evidence that the climate is indeed changing, how we know that we are responsible, and what can be done to stop it. The scientific willing may be there, but is the political will finally catching up?
1)How can it be oxygen and nitrogen do
not absorb or emit infrared radiation when (in the next chapter of my physics
book) it is said ‘no substance does not radiate infrared’?
2)Would a molecule of oxygen in the
vacuum of space, in the sun, absorb IR (heat)? If not why not?
3)Why do we only use thermoelectric
thermopile detectors (as John Tyndall used in his 1859 experiment) when if we
used also Raman spectrometers ( the
complement to IR/thermoelectric spectrometers) we would see clearly the
predicted vibrational modes of oxygen and nitrogen at 1556 and 2330cm-1 respectively (right
within the IR range of the EMS)?
4)Why don’t we use CO2 as a heat
trapping gas as it is said to be? We could put it in double glazed windows. If
it is good enough for the climate, it is good enough for my house.
5)If I were to start a crowd funding
project to research the heat trapping
potential of CO2 (as an insulant) would you indorse my project? Put your
support, or your money where your mouth is?
6)Why haven’t any animal evolved to use
CO2 to trap heat like they do water vapour?
7)If CO2 changes climate; why doesn’t
it factor in meteorology- directly? Why
don’t pilots measure it? They measure water, and air pressure and temperature –
not any greenhouse gases as far as I know.