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November 12, 2019

CATEGORY: Show Me the Physics! Video Contest (2014) [back]
TOPIC: Three body problem and Nonlocal Statistical Distribution Function by Vad Bobrovskiy [refresh]
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Vad S Bobrovski wrote on Aug. 8, 2014 @ 21:44 GMT
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The reality (the universe, etc.) contains objects, the number of which is arbitrary and probable and does not have to be an integer. To describe such real systems Vlasov’s Nonlocal Statistical Distribution Function is applied. All objects of a system involve a nonlocal collective cooperation with all objects within the same system or in other systems.

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Isabelle Strobel, freelancer


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Vad Bobrovskiy is a researcher in the Distant School CosmicMeteoTectonics. Passionate about new science frontiers since the University and postgraduating, Vad focuses on the achievements of nonlocal statistical mechanics theory by Vlasov and Vlasov-Everett Many-world conception. Isabelle Strobel is a freelance storyboard artist and animator located in the Los Angeles area. Throughout the years I have learned to work with a multitude of graphic design and animation softwares both in 2D and 3D but my main focus lies on telling the story with quick but expressive pictures.

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Vad S Bobrovski wrote on Aug. 16, 2014 @ 12:36 GMT
Dear Joe, thank you for your post which would act as a “throwing down the glove”. You stand on the ground of unique, unitary universe, but Descartes, …, Vlasov,.. Everett,… stand on the ground of Many Worlds. Then you have thrown the abstract glove into the 'dead and completely separate from ourselves' Cartesian matter.

Rene Descartes assumed a duality of universe. He proposed...

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Joe Fisher replied on Aug. 18, 2014 @ 16:46 GMT
Dear Dr. Bobrovski,

I am not offering you the opportunity to challenge my theorem by comparing it unfavorably to the incomprehensible musings of Descartes. He was just as ignorant if not more so than Newton and Einstein were.

There is not three, four, five or any number of abstract objects being manipulated mathematically in the one real Universe. There is an infinite number of real objects. Each one of these real objects has a real complete surface that is attached to a real sub-surface.

All surfaces have to travel at the same constant speed. You can verify this irrefutable fact for yourself by looking at your own body. You will note that your skin covers your body entirely. You will note that everybody has a surface skin. As all surfaces can only travel at the same constant speed, all the surfaces of animals, fish, reptiles, insects and microbes can only travel at the same constant speed.

The surface of an atom can only travel at the same constant speed as the surface of a star does. However, as the sub-surface of an atom –or a star, or you, has an attached sub-surface. An object’s sub-surface can only travel at a unique speed that is always less than the constant speed of surface. THIS IS WHY EACH ATOM IS ALWAYS IN A UNIQUE PLACE THAT WILL ALWAYS BE AT A UNIQUE DISTANCE APART FROM ALL OTHER ATOMS. THIS IS WHY EACH STAR WILL ALWAYS BE IN A UNIQUE POSITION AND WILL ALWAYS BE SET AT A UNIQUE DISTANCE APART FROM ALL OTHER STARS AND ATOMS. THIS IS WHY I AM UNIQUE, AND YOU ARE UNIQUE.

Thank you for responding,

Joe Fisher

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on Sep. 12, 2014 @ 05:15 GMT
Interesting..

Thanks for sharing this Vad.

Regards,

Jonathan

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Vad S Bobrovski wrote on Sep. 18, 2014 @ 22:25 GMT
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Foreword in

(p. 3 in (Rus) A. Vlasov Many-particle theory. Moscow-Leningrad, State publishing technical and theoretical literature (GITTL), 1950. 348pp. A. A. Vlasov, Many-particle theory and its application to plasma, Trans, Russian Gordon and Breach Science Publishers. Inc., New York, 1961.)



In the construction of the theory, three factors seemed to be the...

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Jonathan J. Dickau replied on Sep. 19, 2014 @ 00:23 GMT
This excerpt is helpful Vad...

It will assist me (and colleagues) in getting a better grasp of what you are talking about. As you point out; several of the best references are only in Russian, and my understanding of that language is pretty spotty, so any technical nuances would be beyond my ability to discern. Ergo for some of what you have cited; I would not know about this otherwise.

All the Best,

Jonathan

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Jonathan J. Dickau replied on Sep. 19, 2014 @ 03:37 GMT
I wish I could have read some of this before I rated your video Vad and Isabelle...

Now you have to hope some of the others will find it, and see the value of what you offer.

Thanks anyway,

Jonathan

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on Sep. 26, 2014 @ 00:56 GMT
I am hoping you will have time to rate and comment on my video..

Can the Mandelbrot Set help us understand the Cosmos?

Regards,

Jonathan

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Ian C Harris wrote on Sep. 27, 2014 @ 02:35 GMT
Loved the style of your video! It was very informative as well.

If you get a chance I'd really appreciate it if you gave our video a watch and rated it as well!

http://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/2189

Thanks in advance,

Ian Harris

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