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Don't forget the option to enable flash

May 31 2018 01:03:02


Don't forget that this website uses flash if flash is available in the browser. The website looks better with flash but most browsers do no longer have flash enabled by default. You can enable flash within your browser's settings for a better viewing experience. I will eventually convert all the flash animations to html5 but that will still take some time.

New page about how scale levels interact

May 10 2018 21:18:37


I've added a new page about the interaction between large and small scale levels, which is a subject that is also brought forward on other pages such as the page about temperature and the page about the color spectrum. The page describes several ways in which movement at a larger scale level can create a reactional movement at a smaller scale level, or even the other way around. You can click on the image below so it will bring you to that page.

New page about movements

Mar 09 2018 14:24:31


 

Different forms of movement that a vortex can exhibit were previously mentioned on the 'More About Vortices' page, but they were only mentioned briefly with short descriptions. I removed that text from the page and created a new page with a more elaborate description of each form of movement and with new images. If you click on the image above it will open the new page.

The convolute vortex

Nov 13 2017 13:42:54


The convolute is a type of rotational vortex that I mentioned in the concept pages on the page about the pulsars. Because this vortex is another example of an s-bridge, I decided to add the vortex to the main pages instead of the concept pages. I've also added two more examples of the convolute. You can click on the image below and it will take you to the page named 'More about Vortices'.

A Blue Whirl

Nov 08 2017 18:51:09


Scientists from the University of Maryland discovered a previously unobserved type of flame which they published in an online paper on August 4, 2016, in the peer-reviewed journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The phenomenon looks quite similar to an amplipole. It might be the same vortex type or it is one that is closely related to an amplipole. I've added this example on the page where the amplipole is described. You can click on the image on and the correct page will open.

 

Name changes for vortex types

Nov 06 2017 20:38:30


The cappellon is now called the capillion
The revotron is now called the revodome
The gown is now called the exoduct
The Huygens belt is now called the hyperbelt
The solacone is now called the hyperkone (pronounced 'hypercone')
The corona pole is now called the amplipole

I've also added an explanation to each vortex type about the origin of the name, the reasons why those names were chosen. You can find the explanations along the pages where the vortex types are described. There you can also find the reason why I decided to discontinue the name 'Huygens belt', which was not an easy decision.

Experimental concept for a high altitude airship

Oct 28 2017 00:43:24


Balloons can reach very high altitudes, the highest of any form of non-rocket propelled transportation, but they're not able to climb above a certain limit. By looking at how one or two particular types of vortices move, I was able to come up with a concept for a new method of air transportation, one that could possibly allow humans to reach altitudes beyond the maximum balloon altitude. Click on the image below and it will bring you to the correct page within the concepts section of this website.

Rocket engine nozzle design concept

Oct 03 2016 01:41:13


I got a new idea for a space rocket nozzle design that could improve the efficiency of the launch system. The idea comes from the trail of light seen in Kazakhstan on 30th June 2010 and a similar phenomenon seen in Severodvinsk, 20th January 2011 and October 2nd 2015 at Cape Canaveral. I've added a new page titled 'Building a Better Rocket' and I've added the page to the concept pages in the science section. Click on the image below to open the page.

The onefield

Aug 11 2016 23:34:20


I was thinking for some time about changing the name for the universal wave-field. Aether is a word that also refers to some other theories, which can be both classical or modern theories, that do not show that many similarities with the infinity theory. There are still many sources that use the same general meaning for the word aether as found in the infinity theory, but the word is for some reasons problematic. I've decided to rename the wave-field to 'the onefield' and therefore I've now removed all instances of the word aether from all the pages and replaced them with the new name.

Connections with one or more steps missing

Aug 08 2016 15:14:16


When two vortices of a different type connect to one another, then usually these are two vortices that connect because they're two subsequent vortices within the sequence, that share the same characteristics at the end of one vortex and the start of the other vortex. But in some more rare cases a connection occurs where one vortex in the sequence is skipped, but the other two vortices still connect while not being subsequent vortices in the list of vortices. I've added two examples of this on the page titled 'More About Vortices'. You can click on the image below and it will take you to that page.

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