Thursday, September 12, 2013

Physics of Acquaspazio #1


By Desiderius Papp Jr.

From the first time I was thrown in Acquaspazio, I immediately started to look the reality around and trying to understand the surrounding through my physics notion background. Since that moment, I started to observe macroscopic bodies and tried to understand the laws that rules their acts of motion. First of all I noticed that the motion in the Acquaspazio seems to be like the movement of a jellyfish in a viscous liquid, but it seems that the friction produced isn't attributable to any physical interaction known. In fact we discovered that the movement in Acquaspazio is produced by a Non-Standard Gravity which links bodies depending on their "mutual empathy". We call such Non-Standard Gravity as "Selective Gravity" because the close dependence on a sort of "Einfühlung". Therefore we define the act of motion in Acquaspazio as "Enjellyfish"  (from the syneresis between "enjoy" and "jellyfish"). 

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So now the question is: how to measure the intensity of such Non-Standard Gravity
We noticed that the bloom of the Coriandula Carnevalis (carnival-sparklers tree) can perceive the "emotional connection" between two objects and it reacts extending itself and glowing of a peculiar light made of lizards, namely the lizardlights. Due to this property we take the bloom as a tool for measuring the nonstandard gravity intensity (NSGI), and it takes the name of Coriandolometer.

Description of the experiment:
From an operative prospective it is possible to say that if a Coriandolometer linked between two objects emits lizard-light with a spherical wavefront, the NSGI is directly proportional to the intensity of the radiation emitted per lizard-light.

With this background of information we have performed an experiment directed to measure the NSGI between an ostrich and a dodecahedron, and show that this quantity remains constant for any kind of ostrich. The experiment is based upon the determination of the amplitude of the central maximum of the diffraction pattern, produced by the impact of the lizardlight wavefront against a massive colander. This quantity is divided by the mean number of the lizardiligh issued, which was determined assuming that we are dealing with a quasi-bosonic gas.

example: A

Figure (A) shows a schematic diagram of the apparatus. The fan activates the coriandolometer which starts to emit lizardlight in all directions due to the presence of the dodecahedron and the ostrich. Then the wavefront forms a diffraction pattern due to the impact with the colander's pinholes.
The biophotonic counter detects and records the intensity peak of the diffraction fringes, and with the aid of an entropy scanner we were able to collect information about the thermodynamics of the system inside the colander. This gives us all what we needed for an operative measure of the NSGI,  according to the formula:

 The measures have been repeated several times and show an unexpected but extraordinary result:   the gravity intensity remains constant even changing the boundary condition, and such result suggests that even the "mutual empathy" between ostrich and dodecahedron is always the same and independent from external factors.

Description of the instruments:
Massive Colander: This special colander has two purposes: to give the right insulation of the system, and to provide pinholes for diffraction studies. The mass of the colander can be estimated as three times the mass of the Great Pyramid of Giza.  

Biophotonic Counter: A particular detector able to collect data about the radiation of lizardlight. In this experiment the Biophotonic Counter was mounted on a circular slide in order to cover the entire perimeter of the colander and measure the peak of intensity of diffraction fringes. The angular velocity of the slide is comparable to a modern analytical ultracentrifuge. Its average is 1/6 of the angular velocity of a dentist drill, and for the NSGI-Experiment was set up at 131142.50 rpm with respect to the center of colander.


Entropy Termoscanner: it can collect a lot of data about the thermodynamics of the system. It's used to get the mean number of lizardlight emitted from the coriandolometer.  Before using the ET, you have to correctly calibrate it in a boiling pot of pasta in order to get the right measure. 

The Off-Set Knob: Not directly used in this experiment, but it's mandatory for Universal Security to put at least one Offset Knob in every labs in  Acquaspazio.
What we achieved was a better understanding of the forces that move the universe of Acquaspazio. We saw that the motion (referred as "enjellyfish") is a phenomenon that occurs by virtue of a Non-Standard Gravity which we have to explore a lot deeper. We refer to this NSGI as a "Selective Gravity" since we noticed that it's strictly depended to the "choice" of an object to move toward another. Therefore we assume that the Selective Gravity depends on a very large number of variables like position, time, weather conditions, starvation and the sleep condition of the subject,  and of course other interactions that occur simultaneously.
However what came out from the experiment is an unexpected result: it seems that the effect of the Selective Gravity remains constant in the case of interaction between the ostrich and the dodecahedron, whatever the boundary conditions are.
It's help us to define a new unit of measure for the intensity of the interactions in Acquaspazio's motion: namely the ODT (ostrich-dodecahedron-tie) which takes as reference the constant above.

Desiderius Papp Jr.