I just have called you by phone and gave you a brief summary about my request,
mainly about possible doppler deviation data of the JUNO Earth flyby on October 9th 2013.
I am an independent researcher in theoretical physics.
The reason for this request is to test a new theory about gravity which can show a possible violation of Einstein's Equivalence Principle
and some conclusions about mass/energy and the charge identity.
Have a look at for instance here
May be you can give me the contact data of a related scientist.
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am just giving you some more explanations:
The non-commutative gauge-field potential is just an effect which we may apply for a technology - it is not about the cause - Newton made a mistake assigning gravity to a fundamental force of nature - gravity is ultimately an intrinsic part of the quantum vacuum -- there is a lot more to say and a lot more research that we could publish but people do even not understand the most basic things such as that the photon can have a mass - the concept of mass is flawed anyway, the decisive part is to understand what is mass in view to energy - energy is a bad concept as well - and then to understand the following : --
Theorizing a speed of light is a bad concept because this can NEVER be a constant - the better concept would be theorizing a SPEED OF LIGHT THRESHOLD which is mediating and itself being mediated in view to the aboslute zero within a photonic (BH to photon bridge (BH <-> particle) mediation -- the maths (RIemann Zeta) is just giving an approximation:
...the universe is just a random constellation, there is no "outer" infinity but innner, infinity is mediated itself (think about Renormalization, Bjorken Scaling, QCD - Hadrons) AND mediates via QCD, for instance for
NASA and ESA didn't deliver the doppler deviation data by JUNO during the Earth flyby on October 9th, 2013. Moreover JUNO went into safe mode during the Government shut down and flyby manoever.
Hence no data, neither from ISON. The flyby anomaly is a test for a new theory about gravity so lets wait for JUNO's data in the Jovian system. There should be a deviation within navigation in the Jovian system.
Example by cancer research .....
now remember: you cannot kill cancer unless you kill the patient - mutation means life - as long as there is life there will be cancer and vice versa but you might try to kill the BELIEF in cancer - when it does not rule your thoughts and you eliminate some causes, which are mainly in the range of negative experiences, negative stress and a viscious circle after being declared not capable, being rejected and so forth, unless you are not living beneath a highly potential radioactive source and of coure a random factor and our virome .. in fact many factors .... an endless list .. but how does it happen that a factor is activated? this is the biggest mystery and i do not believe in just randomness or a monocausal factor.
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