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-Dring dring, there the door bell goes. Reinko opens the door and it is Arty! Hey come on in Reinko says. 

Arty: Shit man, all these years you let me dry out in the beautiful Afhganistan landscape and now I must come here to eat cookies?

-Reinko: Oh, you got the message wrong: In this country it is illegal to send so called cookies along with your website. 

But I cannot control the cookies my dear Arty, that problem is around for many years: 
Visitors get a cookie, but it is not done by  me... .

Arty (looking difficult): So what do we need to do?

-Reinko: We must eat the cookies before they eat us..

 Arty (smiling): Ok ok, I have to go back to my home country, so bye bye 




(02 June 2023) Ok the NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg came out saying non of the members was against UA membership. For the present situation this does not change a tiny quantum but it gives some perspective for the long run...
Two items for today:  

Item 1) DW on how Germany can help the F16 coalition.
Item 2) A simple experiment that can (dis)prove the tiny magnet model for electrons.

 Item 1) DW on how Germany can help the F16 coalition.

Today Deutsche Welle had a video about how Germany can help the F16 coalition given the fact they don't have F16's anymore. A few days back I heard the Ukrainians shouting for Eurofighters in case of absence of F16 stuff. 

Of course that is a bad idea, there is such a large hinterland on maintenance and stuff that it costs far to much. Beside that there is a large international fleet of F16's so there is a large second hand market so to say. 

Ukraine is already some large patch blanket of all kinds of weapons, in the long run that is not good but it is what it is. 

Anyway one week back I just thought we were with five countries and now DW comes out with the next picture with flags: 


Video title: What can Germany contribute to the 'Fighter Jet Coalition'? | DW News
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So it is going fast. Now I heard the US SecDef Lloyd Austin explaining how countries can best continue if they want to help. Well all those planes and training costs a lot of money so financial help is a good starter.
And likely what countries can contribute varies over the diverse countries. 

Now in this universe there are many deep mysteries. One of those mysteries is why the hell does the name Lloyd start with two l's? For years I have been wondering and only today I tried to answer this deep question that haunts humanity for centuries. I found that:

It is actually a Welsh spelling.

Welsh is a very different from English. It has some different spelling rules, and a number of sounds that just don’t exist in English.

The double-L digraph in Welsh is a voiceless alveolar lateral fricative.

So now you know it's a voiceless alveolar lateral fricative, what more do you want? Be glad it is not a shouting alveolar lateral fricative...

May be it's better to go to the next item.  

 Item 2) A simple experiment that can (dis)prove the tiny magnet model for electrons.

What is a very simple possible experiment to demonstrate if the physics professors are correct with their claim that electrons are tiny magnets? Well if they are tiny magnets all in all they are magnetically neutral just like say a neutron is neutral when it comes to electric charges.

So if you apply an electric field to a neutron, nothing happens in the sense the neutron does not feel a force from the electric field.  

Electrons are not magnetically neutral and the physics people explain that by that it is possible if the magnetic field has a gradient or changes in time, the electron feels a force.

So a very simple to write down experiment would be:

Create a large magnetic field as constant as possible everywhere.
Send a beam of electrons through it. Investigate if the electrons get accelerated in the direction of the magnetic field lines. That's all.

It sounds simple but in practice there is also Lorentz force and also a complicating factor: The magnetic field must be free of all electric fields. So it sounds simple but if you want to make such a thing in practice, that is a lot of work.

All in all it shouldn't be that expensive to prove or disprove the so called tiny magnet model for the electron.


Can we look around in nature and try to find an ever cheaper experiment? Yes we can: the earth magnetic field. It is well known that the earth magnetic field acts as a shield against the solar wind.

That means somehow those particles get accelerated in the direction of the magnetic fieldlines from the earth magnetic field. And because electrons have so little mass, they hit so hard into the north and south pole of the earth, we have the famous aurora's.

The problem for the physics professors is that the earth magnetic field is already very weak so it cannot have much of a gradient everywhere. Ok, may be in the inner core of the earth but not out there in space.

But my dear physics profs, we can actually see the aurora's so why do the electrons have so much energy?    


This update is by far to long by this time so it is better to split and thanks for your attention. Till updates. 


(31 May 2023) Well well, Moscow got a small cookie of their own dough: The numbers vary but there could be a much as 30 drones trying to reach their targets. And about half of them got shot down. I have no idea who is behind this just like I had no clue when the Kremlin got that weird stuff some time ago.

May be Poland will also participate in the F16 coalition but I did not have the time to look it all up. So it could now be 6 instead of 5 participating nations. And contrary to tanks we (Dutchland) do seem to have unused F16's. About half of our F16's are not used. So we'll see where this all goes. 

Two items for today: 

Item 1) Deepfakes getting better: Joe Biden as a intergalactic spartan.
Item 2) What are crackpot theories? Dr. Angela Collier explains.

 Item 1) Deepfakes getting better: Joe Biden as a intergalactic spartan.

In a light touch we can look at the next fake picture from the USA prez Joe Biden: 


I did choose this picture because of the guy in the background. It is all done pretty good, it could have been a photo if it wasn't that absurd. A few more under this link: 

AI Deepfakes Just Got Better With This Upgrade
Link used:

 Item 2) What are crackpot theories? Dr. Angela Collier explains.

I had no idea what crackpot theories were so I clicked on the link to see the video. Oh it is about middle aged men who have never worked at a university and now have the time to do 'research' and confront the hard working professors with the fruits of their labor.

When back in time I was a student they did the same: They cited quotes from letters that were send by the public to the universities. I did not know it was still a thing today. 

Looking at the video I realized that I too fit the criteria, after all I am middle aged and my crackpot theory is that electrons are magnetic monopoles because that doesn't lead to all these contradictions you have otherwise.  

But my dear Angela, I do not fit the profile on other details. I would never email university workers. That is not a form of efficient communication, I would never do that. Furthermore years ago I lost my frustration just like at some point in time I was just no longer interested in communicating with the math profs. If the want to be good at saying they just can't find 3D complex numbers, well be my guest is that is what you want.  

Anyway I think that the 'tiny magnet' model for the magnetic properties of the electron has all the properties of a crackpot theory like Angela Collier more or less defines it. (Lack of the correct math and the absence of experimental proof of the tiny magnet model.)

The video is about 25 minutes long so if you are a Tiktokker and you make it till the end your brain is still more or less functional. Anyway click on the picture for the video and below that I try to explain one of the many problems with that tiny model for electron magnetism. Lets go:


Lets do a simple gedanken experiment and we follow the official theory about the behavior of electrons (as tiny magnets) when we apply a magnetic field.

The official theory says that either two things will happen:

1) About half of the electrons will align themselves with the applied magnetic field, this is the lowest energy state and the behavior is the same as say bar magnets where alignment also leads to the lowest potential energy.

2) The other half of the electrons will anti align themselves with the applied magnetic field. As such they raise their potential energy because it costs energy to do this perfect anti alignment.

Of course this anti align energy problem is never explained. How the hell can electrons raise their potential energy? Beside that how is it possible this anti alignment with the applied magnetic field is stable? Where is the fucking math Dr. Angela?


As usual we must take things into perspective: There is no direct economical damage from the misunderstandings around electron spin. But a lot of money is wasted if my insights reign supreme, a lot of investments into say quantum computing and also nuclear fusion is just wasted money because it will never work.

Lets leave it with that, university people and their superiority complexes, they will not change in a thousand years of time. Till updates. 


(26 May 2023) I didn't had much time to flea through the news so this update is a lazy one where I just grab some old math from the year 2015. So lets go: 

 Item 1) The 'airpower coalition' for helping Ukraine getting F16's.
 Item 2) Six dimensional complex number, matrix representation and conjugate.

 Item 1) The 'airpower coalition' for helping Ukraine getting F16's.

Beside my home country there is some form of airpower coalition and the other nations are: The UK, Belgium, Denmark and Portugal. It is a bit ironic that I too support this expanse of air power, but it's ok because if Russia is your neighbor you must have serious weaponry to combat them when they go crazy once more.
Today I saw a video where it was questioned why the new JDAM's fail so often, they said that Russia still had good GPS jamming capabilities and I had something like "Here we go again".
But it is what it is and there are many reasons as why UA could benefit from the increase in air power.  

This evening on some Dutch website I was rumored that the UA offensive has started. Hard to say if that is actually so, ok ok there was plenty of news lately but that is almost always so because hey there is a war going on... 


It's getting late so I go to the next item. 

 Item 2) Six dimensional complex number, matrix representation and conjugate.

Yesterday I was a bit bored and decided to take a look at the bing search engine from Microsoft when it comes to my 3D complex numbers. For years now if you look at the images from a bing serach my pictures from the other website but also this website were giga dominant. It was easily 50% of all pictures showed, of course if you scroll down you get more and more less relevant results but I was always rather dominant on that small detail. 

Now we have ChatGPT and all that building in of artificial intelligence into search engines, luckily there are still plenty of images in a bing search result. It is remarkable that over the years a company like Microsoft have given me much more help in promoting the 3D complex numbers compared to any university of academy.  

Anyway I came across that nice picture with a six in it, it was clearly something I had made myself but what was in it I didn't remember. So I clicked on the picture so I could read it. It was from Dec in the year 2015 so I had just started the other website.

At the time I was still much more naive, I just thought that if you publish some good math like new complex exponentials that in the end the university people would pick it up. It never happened, like an old worn out vinyl record they keep on turning the stuff of the complex plane and at best the quaternions. 

Well it is what it is and when back in the year 2015 I posted the 6D complex numbers telling that a structure like this contains both the complex plane and the 3D complex numbers, nothing happens. 

Yes stuff like higher dimensional complex number break down via the famous prime number theorem that says any integer number has a unique factorization in prime numbers.  

But why talk about the behavior of acts of the university math professors? That is wasted time and energy almost by definition. 


Ok you math professor shitholes: As you see on inspection this way of crafting a conjugate is not that simple as only replacing the + sign in a - sign. In my life I have never seen a math professor capable of going out of that simple dumb 'change a + into - and vice versa'. The only exception was Roger Penrose and that was very refreshing to see. Roger spoke words like "Taking the complex conjugate while swapping these two things".

But as always life has it's shortcomings and Roger was talking about that spinor stuff where they think that there is a double cover for a description of the state of the electron. That means Roger too thinks that the electron is a tiny magnet so the only person that is capable of a conjugate is also a lunatic.

Where is the fucking proof that electrons have a double cover?  

Let me end this update so thanks for giving me a miracle: You have read it till the end of this update while you did NOT VOMIT looking at my conjugate and you did not ROLL YOUR EYES when I mentioned those electrons again. Till updates. 


(24 May 2023) Man oh man the war seems to be heating up a bit, is it only getting more uncontrollable? Let's hope from not. There was much to much news because the developments go swift and fast. Let us dive in the two items for today: 

Item 1) F16's, Belgarod & more mysterious BOJO UA Chicken!
Item 2) More on Microsoft's future fusion energy applier Helion. 

Only five days ago I thought the whole idea of F16's to Ukraine was shot out of the sky but in a strange but good twist the US government changed her stance on this detail of the war. So that is a big thanks on my behalf.
One of the concerns of the USA was possible unwanted techno transfer in case the Russians could lay there hands on a wrecked F16 or so. It seems that the first pilots are already in training so they don't let grow much grass over it. Of course these F16's won't change the situation right now but we must also look and think about the possible situation over say a year or two. After all there must be a good standing army after this all is over. 

The surprise news of the day were those raids on Russian soil in particular in the Belgorad environment.  I don't think this helps a lot although for the Russians this is of course a major distraction. But it has the potential to erode support from NATO nations in case the arms deliveries they make end up inside Russia.
On the other hand the UA government stated that all of the equipment those two groups had is stuff you can buy at a military dump. That is a bit tongue in cheek for the Putin remark from 2014 when he denied the Crimea was occupied by Russian military forces. Now those two groups are Russians with Russian passports and they resist the oppressive Kremlin regime. In this sense the Kremlin only gets what they have sown themselves, if you are a bunch of weird oppressors of course in your society you get forces that oppose that.
A problem is of course that these two groups of Russian resistance fighters take orders from no one. Lets hope this will not grow to the extend political support for Ukraine disappears; say for yourself the unity is amazingly large.

The last part of this item is by far the most important. I found one more picture of Boris Johnson and that famous Ukrainian chicken.  


I did not make much progress with my investigations if this important piece of pottery is from the UK national strategic reserve of tea pots. I even asked ChatGPT if she knew about that strategic tea pot reserve but she said she has never ever heard a question more stupid as mine. So my self esteem was seriously hurt, is it so strange to think the UK has a secret strategic reserve of tea pots?

Compared to what physics professors think of electron spin, that tea pot reserve idea is far far less crazy. And that brings us to the next item.   

 Item 2) More on Microsoft's future fusion energy applier Helion. 

In the last update I did forget a detail of how that fusion machine is supposed to work. It is called a Field Reversed Configuration and as far as I know it is just sending a lot of electrical current through the plasma.  

Now plasma is highly conductive, you can easily send electrical currents of thousands of Amperes through it. This is also done in those Tokamak fusion reactors like the ITER system under construction in France.

It is found that using an electrical current strongly stabilizes the plasma, but why is that? The overpaid weirdo's known as physics professors mumble a bit about Lorentz forces that confine quantum particles to the magnetic field lines but if you use only 2 or 3 brain cells you instantly know they are talking from their neck. 

An important feature of an electric current is that it produces a magnetic field. The closer you are to this current the stronger the magnetic field is. And if quantum particles like electrons and protons are not tiny magnets but in fact carry nett magnetic charge, in that case it is logical you will observe a stabilizing effect of such electrical currents in a plasma.  

So all these people that try to build fusion reactors to save the planet from climate change, at a basic level they do not understand why an electric current stabilizes plasma. They keep on thinking electrons are tiny magnets but if that were true why the heck would it stabilize plasma?

And I still don't get it why they themselves do not see it is weird to view the electron as a tiny magnets, where is your fucking experimental proof for this? It's nowhere and these idiots even do not view this as a problem...

Below you see a screen shot from a promotional video from Helion, the pink band is supposedly the electrical current through the plasma. How you make this in practice is 100% unknown but anyway it is a promotional video. 


I found another video from a guy that seems to know what he is talking about when it comes to nuclear fusion. He too thinks or believes that electrons are tiny magnets so that detail is likely wrong but for the rest he is pretty much ok. 

Video title: The problems with Helion Energy - a response to Real Engineering.
Link used: 

That was it for this update, see you around.


(19 May 2023) There were plans to train Ukrainian pilots on F16's so that once training was done a few of those F16's could go to Ukraine. But the USA doesn't allow it, they say that the F16 is a weapon that Ukraine not needs right now.

Well that likely is the end of the pilot training for now. To be honest I can't validate if the US claim has some merits to it. But if the USA does not plan on sending F16 stuff to Ukraine, why withhold training? Or does the USA don't want any delivery of these planes to Ukraine at least for the foreseeable future? 

Lets wait and see what will happen. Two short items for today: 

Item 1) Three Russian scientists accused of treason.
Item 2) Microsoft and Helion sign a contract for fusion generated electricity.

 Item 1) Three Russian scientists accused of treason.

With the news of the shooting down of six Kinzhal missiles the news of the arrest of three scientists working on that weapon makes the mind fire if there is a relation between these.   

But no, these arrests were not done all three this week but over a longer period. Also it was cited there was some problem with the transfer of tech to China. Well that sounds familiar, but of course it is still Russia so often you can't trust what is reported. 

May be there was illegal transfer of knowledge but it is also claimed somebody got arrested for the publication in some Iranian scientific magazine. And on top of that the published article was screened for classified info. 

So I don't know what to think of this all.  

Business Insider has a nice alarming title on this subject: 

Title: 3 scientists behind Putin's 'unstoppable' missiles were jailed on charges of treason. Russian researchers say they are now living in fear.

Link used:

 Item 2) Microsoft and Helion sign a contract for fusion generated electricity.

Delivery in 2028, a contract of 50 megaWatt or so. And if not delivered Helion has to pay penalties... So it is serious, that is clear but will it work? 

The approach by Helion is very different from say a Tokamak but it also makes heavy use of magnetic fields. To be honest I have no idea how they want to compress the plasma and how to accelerate the plasma by magnetic fields.  

Of course they think that elementary particles like electrons are always tiny magnets and the same goes for protons while I think such particles are always magnetic monopoles. And such a monopole magnetic charge is permanent and not something that can be flipped. 

There are many ways to check that say electrons are not tiny magnets but magnetic monopoles. If you have an old television or may be an old oscilloscope with a tube, all you need is those strong modern neodymium magnets and observe there are electrons that are attracted and other repelled by your neodymium magnet.  

The Helion people seem to think that it is the Lorentz force that makes the plasma compress, may it will may be not. What I am still missing is how much force is generated on one electron by a magnetic field of one Tesla. Just like electrons feel a Coulomb force due to their electric charge.
I have no clue how the acceleration in the direction of the magnetic field is compared to that perpendicular Lorentz force stuff.  

In the upper part of the image you see a part of the latest approach as done by Helion. Click on the picture for a video 'explaining' how this all should work: 

Video title: Helion to supply Microsoft with fusion power by 2028, or pay penalties
Link used: 

It is completely unclear how this all is supposed to work: That pink colored plasma is made up of all kinds of particles, why would they be accelerated so uniform by magnetic fields? Don't forget an electrons is 1830 times less massive as a proton but they all stay nicely together?

This is not going to work, humans will keep on burning the fossil fuel thing and scientists will keep on believing forever that electrons are tiny magnets.

Let's leave it with that except for another link:

Helion to supply Microsoft with fusion power by 2028, or pay penalties
Link used:

That was it for this update, lets all die together because of climate change while we keep on believing in the possibility of magnetic fusion. Till updates. 


(17 May 2023) Two items for today:

Item 1) All impending hypersonic missiles on Kyiv shot down?
Item 2) Short video on product integration.

 Item 1) All impending hypersonic missiles on Kyiv shot down?

Ukraine's capital Kyiv came under attack again but this time it was claimed that all of those hypersonic missiles were shot down. If correct this is good news in many ways. If I remember it correctly weren't these hyper sonic (up to 10 times the speed of sound) supposed to be the safe delivery system for nukes? 

These missiles go under the name Kinzhals and if all correct this is good news. It seems to be a Patriot system that has done the job. May be it had a good software update, hard to say why this is now a 100% success rate. 

Anyway I never wrote about it but I more or less hoped that with the deployment of so much anti air power systems, they would improve a bit more.
A screenshot from a video:


Anyway it is what it is, here is a Reuters report on this: 

Kyiv says it shoots down volley of Russian hypersonic missiles, the link is a bit too long to repost it but since it starts with you can safely use it...;) 


In another development when I saw this picture I just thought that the UK had opened their strategic reserve of teapots, in particular teapots in the shape of a chicken... 

Now a lot of people will say this is nonsense, there are no countries with strategic reserves of tea pots, but in the UK they have.  


But  these chickens seem to be some thing in Ukraine, I don't know the details but they survived a lot of things that got other chickens killed or damaged or so. 

I think we can safely conclude that Ukrainian chickens are very brave, likely much braver as Russian chickens. May be it is time to go to the next item: 

  Item 2) Short video on product integration.

May be you know what integration is in math, in it's simplest you can view it as the area under a graph. In itself it is a beautiful process, one day I wondered since integration is addition can you do the same with multiplication? 

A few months later I had a good idea and the whole problem was solved in a matter of a few minutes. The trick is to write it as a function to the power dx where with additive integration you must always multiply by dx like in f(x) dx. 

I think I found it in the year 1987 and although there are many results on product integration the notation with raising a function to the power dx is almost never used. In my view this raising to the dx is as basic as say Riemann sums, that is the way you should introduce it. 

There are a lot of cute results found inside the specialty of product integration. For example the identity function f(x) = x on the open interval (0, 1) has clearly an average value of one half. But that is the additive average, with product integration you can easily calculate that the multiplicative average equals 1/e where e of course denotes the Euler number 2.71828...

The video from today is from a good Youtube channel, I haven't seen much video's of him but likely he does a lot of rather complicated integrals. For myself speaking now I am old and still not wise, I only try to calculate complicated integrals if I need them for something else that I consider important.
Like calculating the log of an imaginary unit in say 3D complex numbers, if you express that problem in integrals wow that stuff is fxcking hard.   

Anyway if you consider it an interesting idea to do integration in a multiplicative manner, so not add everything but multiply it all, you can start at the next enthusiast video:


By the way, if I remember it correctly the product integral with the sine in it can also be used to show that the average value of the sine is one half. And I am talking about the multiplicative average.

Ok, let me leave this update with that, lets salute the chickens of Ukraine because they are true hero's and say till updates.


(12 May 2023) In Ukraine Bakmuht it seems the Ukrainians have gotten some ground back. Talk was about 3 km and it makes you wonder how long the Ruzzians have done to gain that original 30 km. It's now going on for months and months and it just crazy. 

Today I did not have much time so only two short items for today: 

Item 1) Storm Shadow: UK cruse missiles to UA. But what is their range?
Item 2) Short comment on a statement made by Zelensky. 

 Item 1) Storm Shadow: UK cruse missiles to UA. But what is their range? 

The UK seems to be upgrading a few hundred of these cruse missiles and as such it is the best of all worlds if these go to Ukraine. They are about 2 million a pop and have bunker busting capabilities.   


Yet the range of these is confusing. Media outlets like the BBC say 250 km while a wiki upon this weapon system says 560 km. It's also in use in France under the name SCALP-EG. So the Russians must not be afraid that NATO will deliver NATO weaponry to Ukraine; these Shadow Storm missiles are not in use in most NATO nations so why complain about that little insignificant detail?

Anyway a quote from the wiki:
The missile has a range of approximately 560 km (300 nmi; 350 mi),[9] and delivers a conventional BROACH warhead of 450 kilograms (990 lb). 

But the BBC and other sources say it's a range of 250 km:
UK confirms supply of Storm Shadow long-range missiles in Ukraine
Link used: 

So this is serious stuff and I hope the UA military can make good use of these...;) 

 Item 2) Short comment on a statement made by Zelensky. 

UA prez Zelensky remarked that the counter offensive has some time to wait because not all needed foreign military aid has arrived. And going to soon would only cost the lives of many while this is not needed.  


Well that is literally what I would write a few times but didn't. It's not good that everybody and everything is pulling and pushing at Ukraine as when does this counter offensive start?  

That is not very helpful, there is only one party that decides upon time strategy and tactics and guess what that are the Ukrainians themselves of course. 

Let me leave this update with that, till updates my dear reader. 


(10 May 2023) So the Russians had their victory day. The Putin speech was only 10 minutes this year and was the usual weird mix of weird stuff like the West has forgotten about nazism. This guy is really stupid without bottom; forgotten about nazism?  

So the next time I am in Germany and I see some old folks, why not ask them if they have may be ever heard of nazi's and or nazism. Will they look at me in bewilderment stating they have never ever heard of nazi's and they don't know what it is?

In the last week it was clear that the Russians have not forgotten about nazism because a hallmark of the fascist regime was the huge number of war crimes. And what does the Russian group Wagner do? Well use a lot of those phosphorous ammo was once more observed. Of course for Putin this is never a problem, yet stuff like this is a war crime. How would that shithole react when it would start raining the song of phosphor on their beloved Moscow?


The item for today was an interview with Geoffrey Hinton and I think it was a repost because it had the funny title "Reasons as why AI will kill us all". So lets go. 

Item 1) Geoffrey Hinton on "Reasons as why AI will kill us all"

 Item 1) Geoffrey Hinton on "Reasons as why AI will kill us all"

Now I don't want to scare anyone but I too am in the camp that thinks developments in AI go so fast that aren't we loosing control? Developments will not stop because the AI's can be very helpful, Geoffrey gave as an example a medical doctor who has not seen a few thousand patients but a few million. That could lead to much better medical diagnosis. 

Given the amount of data those AI's have access to, they don't have to be that smart to outsmart humans. They will be able to see all kinds of connections that most humans can't most of the time. 

And often when one human is smart for a short time, mostly it gets ignored if it involves some kind of learning curve. Knowledge in humans grows very slow, the standard example is my 3D complex numbers from the year 1990. I never observed anyone doing something with them and that in a timespan of 33 years. You can't say humans are fast movers or fast adapters.  

As Geoffrey remarked: If one AI has learned something, the others can do it too and can skip the learning process. So if one AI has learned something it simply updates all the others... We humans can't compete with a speed like that.

Video title: Geoffrey Hinton: Reasons why AI will kill us all
Link used:

If there ever comes a time when there are AI's that more  or less understand the importance of say the number tau in the next picture, is humanity doomed from that point? It could very well be, after if those AI's become smart why should they want to live with us humans? At best a few million humans are kept alive for maintenance of the machines the AI's are made of and that's it.  

May be I am much to gloom and doom here, but we must never forget that humans are not that smart at all. May be we are the dominant biological species over here but for an AI that is just like the most dominant species of ants out there in some forest. 


I too love computer power, for example it was important for me to calculate the above number tau with my own brains using pencil and paper. But of course I check that against computer apps that can calculate the logarithm of the number l.  

This l is the first imaginary unit of 4D complex numbers that are defined 
by the rule l^4 = -1. The importance of finding the logarithm is important so
you can use that for finding the four dimensional complex exponential.  

So from my point of view our human civilization has no shortage of dumb people. Once the future AI's understand that, why should they not kill us all? Or we get selectively breed just like we do with our cattle.

And again may be I am much to doomy & gloomy, after all biological life wants to survive and may be AI's are mostly happy to die as soon as possible. Or they just don't care if they get the command to erase themselves, but as soon as they want to survive we humans are dead meat.

If you want to learn a bit more in your human brain about the 4D complex exponential, here is an old post I wrote in 2018:    

Calculation of the four coordinate functions for the 4D exponential curve (complex version)

That was it for this update. Don't get depressed by how stupid we are, after all our brains run on say 20 to 30 watt of energy consumption...  


(05 May 2023) You can't deny that a lot did happen in the last two days. So for a change let me turn the stuff into four items that will be as short as possible. Here we go: 

 Item 1) The adventures of the Russian ruble.
 Item 2) UA's Zerlensky visiting my country? Why?
 Item 3) Drone attack on the Kremlin, who did that?
 Item 4) EU unveils ammo production plan.
 Item 5) The empty item.

 Item 1) The adventures of the Russian ruble.

Only one week ago I posted a small picture with the value of the Russian ruble against the €. It was also a small test, would the exchange course of the ruble strengthen again after just a small post? 

Today I can say the answer is yes: 


Is the Kremlin a bit scared of a exchange rate of the ruble that is just very very weak? Who knows, but the fresh strength is amazing. In just seven days from over 90 back to 86,45 rubles per €... 

Since the ruble is not an active traded thing anymore it is hard to say how much foreign reserves this strengthening has cost them...;) 

 Item 2) UA's Zerlensky visiting my country? Why?

Yesterday it emerged that Zerlensky would come to my country. I wondered why and today it came out he was talking at the ICC. The International Criminal Court wants Putin because of the abduction of so many Ukrainian children. 

It's hard to say if there is a possibility that the Vlad will see his day in court in The Hague, but we also thought we would never get Milosowitz or whatever the exact spelling of the name of that war criminal was.  

Of course Zerlensky had more stuff to do, here he is doing all that talking stuff political figures have to do all the time: 


Life as a political leader is hard: Your job description is like you must always complain about other political figures and most of the time you can only use words. It is not you can throw in a bunch of equations and only say: Figure it our for yourself!

 Item 3) Drone attack on the Kremlin, who did that?

With the strike on the Nordstream pipelines it was not that hard to figure out what country had the highest probability to have done this. But this drone strike on the Kremlin has just to many possible culprits that for the time being I will not make an estimate. 

I would only like to remark that in case this is not a so called 'false flag' operation by the Russians, this drone attack shows it is possible to deliver a tactical nuke to the Kremlin. Ok ok you need a somehow bigger drone because nukes are more heavy as the one or two pounds of gun powder that exploded yesterday, but that raises spirits big time: Nuking the Kremlin with a tactical nuke via a cheap Chinese drone, what more do I want? And what about the delivery of very dangerous biological agents during the impending 09 May remembrance day in Moscow?

Here is a grainy screenshot of the explosion that weirdly enough was not shown on the famous Russian state television:


That Russian flag stuff at the bottom of the picture are the tribunes of the impending 09 May festivities celebrating the victory over the Nazi's back in 1945. 

I have no clue whatsoever, who did this?

On the other hand we must not blow this out of proportions, it would be funny if the Russian air defense forces are just to weak to defend against a tactical nuke via a cheap Chinese drone. The reality is that we are only looking at a traffic violation. See for yourself, there is a sign that says drones are forbidden on the Kremlin site and all we observe is just like a car riding through a red light where this is not allowed... 


Let's go to the next item:

 Item 4) EU unveils ammo production plan.

Ah that feels a bit better, the artillery ammo for Ukraine finally gets some boost. This is a difficult discussion, of course I too am in favor of production inside the EU but we also need speed and volume.

On top of that it is in the plans we also need to make that 152 mm diameter ammo. That's Russian ammo made in the EU to kill Russian soldiers in Ukraine. 

We can't say life is not weird, who ever thought we would go and produce such ammo? 

Here is a short video on the stuff: 

EU unveils ammo production plan as war in Ukraine rages • FRANCE 24 English
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 Item 5) The empty item.

In the past a long long time ago when I posted not two items but a lot of them, I often named the fifth item the empty item. 

Just empty in order to get the brain empty. 

And if you brain is empty and free from emotion you don't need right now, you can start thinking on more creative ways to kill Russians. 

Let me end this update with that wisdom. Thanks for your enduring attention span if you made it to the end of this long long update. See you around! 


(03 May 2023) The godfather of AI research has quit his job at Google citing that lately things are handled in a far to dangerous manner. I think he is right, it is not that future AI systems are so very smart, it is more that people think of themselves as smart while on the scale of things it does not amount to much. Ok we humans are smarter as ants or like other monkey or ape species, but are we really that smart? 

I think it is now all unstoppable, the competition between the tech giants and the diverse countries is just too big. Everybody wants there to be first regardless what...

Two items for this update: 

Item 1) Lets ride, let the Ukrainian action start!
Item 2) Advertisement for the latest math post. 

 Item 1) Lets ride, let the Ukrainian action start!

For weeks there is that constant buzz of how and when the UA counter offensive starts. But is was far to wet, the ground must be dry enough for those heave machinery like tanks and infantry transport vehicles.  

Well I want to wish the Ukrainian military good luck with the impending actions. There is not much air support but a lot of tanks and stuff are now there in Ukraine ready to be used on the front. I hope the ammo shortage is not so serious it will cause a lot of hinder. 

Anyway a few days back it was reported that the UA military forces are "More Than Ready", so lets hope that is correct and once more: GOOD LUCK! 


What I found a bit annoying in the last weeks was that there was constantly this talk like "Ukraine has to prove they are worthy the weapon deliveries" and so on and so on. I would like to remark you don't have to prove anything to me.  

Come on these large operations are so complicated that you must wait a long time before a realistic chance of success is there. 

So lets hope for the best, don't get hurt, wounded or even killed my dear UA soldiers! 

 Item 2) Advertisement for the latest math post. 

Over at I took the time and explained in detail that when it comes to electricity, we always have that like electric charges have a repelling effect while opposite electric charges have an attractive effect.

This goes for all scales, from say macroscopic metal balls to the smallest molecule possible: opposites attract.   

I used that video from that nutjob Sir Richard Catlow once more because it shows the believe among chemistry and physics professors that in the electron pair the spins must be opposite. 

And if you like the nutjob chemistry & physics professors believe that electrons are tiny magnets, that logically means that in chemical bonds the electron pair bonding goes via north pole to north pole binding. (Or south to south pole.) The spins must be anti aligned and if the tiny magnet idea is true you are faced with binding via like magnetism. 

Of course on the quantum level of tiny electrons it was 7 or 8 years ago I figured out that they can't be 'tiny magnets'. I even started new html pages collecting dozens and dozens of reasons as why electrons can't be tiny magnets. 

Of course the arrogant overpaid physics professors did only one thing: nothing.  

So they are the same as math professors, it is not only stupid to the bone but it is also a coward to the bone. And now after all those years I am happy to say the people like Sir Richard Catlow are overpaid dumb nutjobs.  

If being polite for years and years does nothing, if being unpolite and a bit more truthful does nothing we can safely conclude the behavior is the same as the math professors.

These people are not serious scientists, if it is clear you are on the wrong track you must repair the stuff you do wrong. But math, physics or chemistry if you only have nutjobs like Sir Richard Catlow and the behavior they show, you can wait till the end of times and nothing will happen.

Electrons are not tiny magnets but magnetic monopoles, why is there no reaction?
Well there is no reaction because they are all nutjobs. 

That is why the impending AI is so dangerous, if humans behave like that (not repair what is wrong) there is not much hope left.  

I hope you don't get depressed by this, but humans are not that smart at all.

Well here is the link to the latest post:

Video ‘proof’ that all chemistry professors are nutjobs.

So that was the update for 03 May: I wish the Ukrainians good luck with the impending work they have to do while at the same time I expect the physics and chemistry professors keep on being total nutjobs without any hope of improvement.

See you in a new update. 


(28 April 2023) It was kingsday over here, kingsday is a national festivity day in my country and in a student city where I live this is always a lot of beer in a lot of students. I myself don't like drinking during daytime, no I like a pint of beer before I go to sleep and daytime drinking was something we did as teens a long long time ago.  

Two items for today: 

Item 1) The Russian ruble versus the EU€, without much comment.
Item 2) Electrons that anti-align; are the physics professors so crazy? Yep they are!

 Item 1) The Russian ruble versus the EU€, without much comment.

Right after the start of the war the Russian ruble declined in value fast, if memory serves it stood at about 140 ruble/€ when I made a few comments about it. 

May be I should have kept my mouth because it could have focused the minds of the Kremlin occupants and they started to defend the value of the ruble big time. With an amazing speed the ruble gained a lot of strength until it was in the range of 50 to 55 rubles a €. 

Since that time, about six months ago, it looks like the Russians gave up on defending the value of the ruble. After all it costs a lot of foreign reserves and every time the strengthening is only temporary.  

A complicating factor in understanding what is actually going on is the fact that the ruble is no longer an active traded currency, so from that point of view it should not be that expensive to defend it's value. 

My excuses for the difficult to read detail in the next picture, my website format does not allow for picture wider than 450 pixels. But if you click on the picture you get a more readable and wider version of it:


Another detail of interest is that the Kremlin now receives much more rubles for a barrel of oil, six month ago every oil dollar gave 55 rubles and now it is about 90 rubles.  

Lets leave the adventures of the Russian ruble with that. 

 Item 2) Electrons that anti-align; are the physics professors so crazy? Yep they are!

Last week I showed you that video about using computer models in chemistry. That lecture was given by some nutjob under the name sir Richard Catlow and he came up with that weird detail that chemistry professors think that electron bonds go via say north pole to north pole binding. Or may be magnetic south pole to south pole binding. 

That is just one example if you hang on to the Gauss law for magnetism just forever. If you think magnetic monopoles do not exist you must accept that in chemical bonds the electrons spins are anti-aligned and as such it must be north pole to north pole binding or the south pole version of that nonsense.

Anyway I want that stupid insight in my homepage to so here is a snap shot where this weirdo sir Richard Catlow shows a simulation where indeed we observe a computer model that tries to bind the stuff via equal magnetic poles: 


I guess it is about 8 years ago that I figured out that electrons are not tiny magnets but they themselves are the magnetic monopoles that physics professors seek for so long without any success.

In this world we will never run out of idiots, how can you not find this result for one hundred years of time since the Stern-Gerlach experiment? Why are physics and chemistry professors so utterly stupid when it comes to this Gauss law for magnetism? I just don't know.

Let us look at electric charges, in particular an electric dipole. If there are no external electric fields as in the upper half of the picture below, there are no external forces on the two electric charges -q and +q: 


What ALWAYS happens is that the electric charge -q will feel an upward force and the +q charge will feel a downwards pointing force. If this electric dipole can move freely because of the forces it feels it will ALWAYS align itself with the applied electric field.

As such life is logical, equal electric charges repel.

But for magnetism the weirdo's of the physics professors have it as accepted knowledge that if a magnetic field is applied to a bunch of electrons, half of the electrons will align with that magnetic field and the other half will anti-align themselves...

They never explain how this works in detail because say for yourself, it will never work in detail in case the electron is a magnetic dipole as the idiots believe.

Only if electrons are not magnetic dipoles at all but magnetic monopoles, this all is suddenly utterly logical.

But professors are professors and they don't want logic to prevail but they want prizes like the Nobel prize in physics. They are not 'truth seekers' but only 'prize seekers' and in my view these are not scientists.

Not that I am a scientist much myself, after all I am a human and just like the average chimpanzee is not a scientist how can I every be one? But I like truth seeking much more as that stupid Nobel prize seeking behavior we see in what should be the scientific community.

I think it is time to close this update so thanks for your attention if you made it all until this end of this update.    


(26 April 2023) Only one item for today:  

Item 1) Get the production of 155 mm shells rolling; why is it so difficult? 

 Item 1) Get the production of 155 mm shells rolling; why is it so difficult?

It was already a few weeks ago that I reported for the first time on that plan to get for about one billion € of 155 ammo shells to Ukraine. But there are still problems to the extend that there are even news articles asking stuff like: Will be Ukraine offensive be stalled by the lack of artillery ammo? 

There are political problems and may be production problems. The production problems are easy to understand: it seems some parts produced in Asia are used in the production of 155 mm ammo shells. If such Asian countries just don't want their parts ending up on a battlefield, these parts cannot be used and we must procure them elsewhere or make it ourselves. 

And a bit of political differences: Countries like France, Cyprus and Greece push for production exclusively inside the EU. Well I am in favor of that too but other countries like my own home country say it is not realistic to try and do that because we lack production capacity anyway. I have no insight in the present European production capacity, but if it is true I also agree with that. 

Given the scale of this ammo order (only one billion €) I think it is better if the delivery goes fast, Ukraine needs about 20 to 25 thousand 155 mm shells a day in case of a serious offensive on their behalf. So I don't care that much if we buy some shells from outside the EU. Military budgets are finally expanding and of course it is important if that money can be spend inside the EU economy. And please we must NEVER forget the goal is not to spend money but the goal is having more military power or capabilities if you want.

Well lets hope and pray our political leaders can find a way out, I have no insight into the actual potential of the EU defense industry to start production fast so all I can do is pray like a Russian soldier prays for more vodka. 


Two sources where the stuff is discussed: 

Are delayed EU ammunition deliveries undermining Ukraine's advancement efforts? | DW News Link used:

EU plan to provide artillery shells to Ukraine hits legal snag • FRANCE 24 English
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Well lets hope for the best while preparing for the worst possible outcome is not very much advised. But when it comes to military stuff it is always very possible that Europe just can't deliver. That is caused by stuff known as 'peace dividends'. 

End of this update. See you around & thanks for your attention. 


(21 April 2023) Two items for the update of this day 21 April 2023: 

Item 1) NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg visits Ukraine.
Item 2) Those good old Cauchy-Riemann equations from 1990.

 Item 1) NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg visits Ukraine.

Jens visited Kyiv and somehow it emerged that he has said "Ukraine belongs in NATO". Weirdly enough the Kremlin came out that it would be very dangerous for Russia if the UA would join NATO. 

Pardon me? What country gave security guarantees to Ukraine if they would give up their nuclear arsenal back in the 1990-ties? Yes that was Russia itself, well how have those security guarantees evolved over the last three decades?

Well Russia couldn't get enough of invading Ukraine commit all kinds of war crimes. Just today it emerged that Wagner forces deliberately killed children and teenagers for no reason at all and the stupid Kremlin folks even think we will listen to their fucking stupid complaints?  


It will take some time before the UA can join NATO but as we lately saw with Finland it can go fast if the conditions are ripe. You cannot compare that the Ukraine becoming a member of the European Union, that is such a mountain of work it could easily last over one decade and even that would be fast.  

The weirdo's at the Kremlin often have stated that Ukraine is run by nazi's, to be precise it were homosexual Jewish nazi's. Just like there were supposedly biolabs for crafting biological weaponry against the holy and pure Russians... 

Well I too would be very worried if my country was run by leather faggots worshiping  the Jewish religion and having a political ideology that favors strong leadership like the nazi's did.


Medvedev looks so good in his faggot nazi leather jacket, hey Medvedev sold some gas to the EU lately?

 Item 2) Those good old Cauchy-Riemann equations from 1990.

Every week I have a new excuse to post some of these new midjourney images, this time it is some robot stuff that looks great combined with those old so called Cauchy-Riemann equations.

The Cauchy-Riemann equations are rather important inside math; it is stuff like that that ensures we can do complex analysis on the complex plane. So if someone would find the three dimensional analogue of this, that would be some significant finding you would think.

Now 33 years later I am much wiser about how knowledge and science grows: These math, physics and chemistry professors are mostly ego and not much substance. Math professors keep on telling decade in decade out they can't find 3D complex numbers. Physics professors have their weird stuff with electron spin, they are too stupid to see for themselves it all does not add up and what do they do? They keep on telling that they can't find the magnetic monopoles.

And chemistry professors, why are they so fucking stupid to believe that in the electron pair the binding goes via north pole to north pole or the same with a magnetic south pole to a south pole? Why do chemistry professors never ever challenge the crap as told by physics professors? 


In my view if you want to find significant results you better skip all that crap. Why should you take on a career inside the universities and academia if that only leads to garbage results?  

If as a math professor you can't speak about 3D complex numbers, why should you have some right to tax payer money?

If as a physics professor you can't speak about the weirdness of electrons being tiny magnets, why do you expect all that tax payer money to flow towards you?

If as a chemistry professor you explain molecular bonds via anti alignment of two electrons when it comes to the electron spin, why do you waste all that tax payer money decade in decade out?

Of course I will never get an answer and ok ok may be it is not a good idea to cut over 50% of the budget of universities. That has a lot of long term damage too, but why is everybody always so fucking stupid? I just don't know.

End of this update, see you next week or so.  


(19 April 2023) Just two items: 

Item 1) A ban on Ukrainian grain exports?
Item 2) A chemical nutjob on computer modeling molecular stuff. 

 Item 1) A ban on Ukrainian grain exports?

It seems like the grain exports from Ukraine have done their important work: driving down prices so that people who live on 2 € a day still live on 2 € a day. So widespread famine was prevented.  

Now back in the time this was the goal of course but soon after the grain exports from Ukraine resumed again there was all that talk that a lot of grain ended up in Europe and did not went to the poorest nations. I had little means to verify that all in detail and it did not matter much: If it ended up in Europe it still had a lowering effect on global grain prices. If there would be large shortages in Europe, our big wallets would drive up global grain prices big time and that would spell horror for the poor of this world. 

But now the opposite has happened; the exports over land from Ukraine have clogged up the local markets and grain prices seemed to nosedive. As such countries like Poland and Hungary have declared a ban on UA grain imports. 

In the EU this is a hot topic because agriculture policy is purely done by the EU and not by the individual member states. Yet I feel sympathy for say the East European farmers, the goal was preventing famine and now there are a lot of farmers that have trouble because there are all these bottlenecks. 

I have no idea what is best right now, after all soon Russia could decide not to cooperate any longer with the grain deal and than everything will be different again.  

You know I am all 100% in favor of helping Ukraine economically but if that help gives direct economical damage to farmers we must find a way out. May be temporary quota's or whatever what. I am not an agriculture expert but we can't let go farmers belly up in the name of helping Ukraine. Further reading:

'Not possible' to ban Ukraine grain, EU tells Poland, Hungary
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 Item 2) A chemical nutjob on computer modeling molecular stuff. 

Our nutjob in the update is sir Richard Catlow who gave an hour long lecture at the Royal Institution upon the fine art of computer models for chemistry. One of the first models he shows is the Ptolemaic model from a time when it was generally thought the earth was the midpoint of the solar system. And indeed it looks very complicated compared to what we think at present day: the sun is the center of the solar system:


Of course in the middle ages they did not have any observational proof at all that the earth was the center of the solar system. Just like our nutjob today has no proof at all that electrons are 'tiny magnets'. 

Lets do a thought experiment:

Take a piece of paper and write the gravity potential energy on it, that is E = mgh where m is the mass, g is the earth gravitational constant and h is the vertical displacement.
Now you go outside and sit in a carton box looking at your piece of paper.
You are sitting in your box and now you want to fly, how do you do that?
Very simple: You put a minus sign before the potential energy and all of a sudden instead of falling down you now fly up. Really true...  

End of the thought experiment.

But in physics and chemistry they do stuff like that. You can look it up for yourself on the internet, search for the Hamiltonian of two magnets and compare that of the Hamiltonian of the electron pair.

In these Hamiltonians you always see the inner product of two vectors that represent the magnetic moments. Now if you have two magnets in your hands and you combine them north pole to south pole that is called alignment of the magnets. And that is the lowest energy state because it costs energy to remove the magnets.

If two vectors point in the same direction like in the aligned magnetic moments, the inner product is always positive. Therefore they add a minus sign to it so that it is ensured this is the lowest possible energy state.

But the physics and chemistry nutjobs of this world know that say in the electron pair the electrons must have opposite spins, so they must be anti aligned. As such the inner product already gives a negative result and no minus sign is needed. So for electrons systems Hamiltonians like this do not have minus signs in them.

Do you see the level of 'nutjob' we observe here? But just like the people from the medieval times simply hold on to their belief that the earth was the center of the univers, fake scientists like sir Richard Catlow keep on holding on to their belief that it must be that electrons are tiny magnets.

Often I have joked that these dumb people, that is people like sir Richard Catlow believe that in chemical bonding the electrons attach via a north north pole binding or a south pole against south pole binding. Now I have video proof for that: Just look at 30 minutes into the video where you see an animation of a molecule forming where all connections are 'red against red'. And red often stands for the magnetic north pole, so out nutjob sir Richard Catlow shows he believes this kind of nonsense.

So often I have wondered as why the physics and chemistry professors themselves do not see their ideas about electron spin are just wrong: electrons are magnetic monopoles and that explains why in the electron pair the spins must be opposite.

Because year in year out the physics and chemistry professors keep on hanging to their stupid idea that no matter what no magnetic monopoles exist, this gives rise to their belief that chemical bonds  via electron pairs must be that crazy.

Yet the electron pairs are not crazy, what is crazy are the physics and chemistry professors like our nutjob of this update: sir Richard Catlow. 

But dumb stupid and crazy or not, the nutjob Richard Catlow does also have a beautiful thing to show to his audience. It is the very first model of a methane molecule. Remark this is from long before the discovery of the electron and ok ok methane is not a flat molecule but more like a tiny pyramid. But it is amazing that without knowledge of the electrons this model was made.

Just like it is amazing that dumb people like sir Richard Catlow can brag about his Nature publications, receiving a fat salary all of his life and be as stupid as he is with the average thinking on electron spin... Click on the picture to see the one hour long video: 


Video title: Computer modelling for molecular science – with Sir Richard Catlow 
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May be it is better to end this update, people like our daily nutjob will never change. So lets call a man a man, a horse a horse and a nutjob a nutjob and not try to be polite for no reason at all. Til updates.  


(14 April 2023) Today (or better yesterday) in the USA the guy that leaked those classified docs was arrested. Some 21 year old working in the National Guard, that is how reserves are named over there.

It was nice to see a few Ukrainian officials before the arrest news definitely claiming it was done by the Russians. Of course some documents were altered by pro Russian people but that does not prove the documents were hacked by team Russia. But I can understand it: For Ukrainians the Russians are the root of all evil while I know it is the math professors that are the root of all evil in this world. Have you never been tortured by their evil slaves the math teachers?

But serious the most damaging thing is of course a lack of trust in sharing sensitive information. The Ukrainians must make up their own mind about this, but all in all this leaking stuff looks like some one person thing. So lets hope not all trust is gone...

Two items for today.  

Item 1) Holes in the earth magnetosphere, solar wind is the cause?
Item 2) Advertisement latest math post.

 Item 1) Holes in the earth magnetosphere, solar wind is the cause?

About a month ago during a solar storm even in my country the Aurora Borealis was visible. And it was in the news that there was a large hole in the earth magnetosphere. NASA has a strong clue that electrons have something to do with it. 

It is interesting that electrons (and in much lesser extend protons) get accelerated so much by the earth magnetic field that they are able to ionize neutral atoms and molecules in our atmosphere. 

The official theory is that electrons are tiny magnets, but if so why do they slam in so hard on the north and south pole? If electrons are point like particles and also tiny bipolar magnets, how do they get accelerated by the earth magnetic field? Why would our magnetic field act as a shield against the solar wind? 

It is completely unexplainable of course with that stupid idea that all things in the universe must be magnetic dipoles. This is one more example where the electron viewed as a magnetic monopole makes much more sense. It instantly explains as why the earth magnetic field acts as a shield.

If there is some solar storm going on the electrons with the highest speed and as such kinetic energy are the ones that get repelled by the local solar magnetic field like it emerges from sun spots. That causes outbursts of electron clouds with mostly all the same magnetic charge. Suppose we have such a fast moving cloud of plasma and it contains mostly south charged electrons, what happens if that slams into the north pole? Well it suppresses the local earth magnetic field hence we observe a 'hole' in the earth magnetic field. It's not a hole but the earth north pole is temporary suppressed by all that magnetic charge.   

Anyway if I would not have discontinued my long list of reasons as why electrons must me magnetic monopoles, the next video would be something like reason number 110 or so.  

According to NASA this process of opening holes in the earth magnetosphere happens dozens of times a day. Of course there are likely additional reasons as why these holes open up but in my view those concentrated magnetic monopoles are a good explanation and brings a bit of deeper understanding at the scene.

Physics professors would say that the solar wind is made of spin selected particles, so it contains more spin up as spin down particles or vice versa.

Click on the pic for the NASA video: 


It is a pity that physics professors are so stupid when it comes to something that should not be that difficult: After 125 years finally give some proof for their shit that electrons are tiny magnets.

But sometimes they come in funny: years ago I more or less expected that solar wind and solar storms behave this way. The video is from the year 2014.  

Video title: Hidden Magnetic Portals Around Earth
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It's getting late so we go to the next item. 

 Item 2) Advertisement latest math post.

In the latest math post I just wondered what would happen if you take the process to taking the adjoint twice. It was a bit unhandy I named that stuff taking the conjugate 'determinant style' but over the years and decades I had forgotten there was already a name for it: The adjoint matrix.

Now these adjoint matrices are strongly coupled to how you calculate the inverse of a square matrix and even the math professors know that if you invert a matrix twice you are back to where you started from.

So what does repeated taking the adjoint do?  


The above calculation if for a so called 3D circular number, but if you don't know that stuff you can take any 3x3 matrix with real numbers. The double adjoint says that a 3x3 matrix picks up an extra factor of it's own determinant.

So life's good and there is no reason at all to commit suicide because there is plenty of beautiful math. Here is the link to the other website:

What is the repeated conjugate ‘determinant style’? (Also: Repeated adjoint matrix.)
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That was it because time is running out, thanks for your attention and see you again. 


(12 April 2023) No intro for today and just two items to upload: 

Item 1) These are crazy security leaks "Hey man wanna see some leaked docs?"
Item 2) Ben Miles on possibly better solar cells. 

 Item 1) These are crazy security leaks "Hey man wanna see some leaked docs?"

At first I did not pay much attention to it, some documents were leaked so what? It happens all the time. But now some time later it seems to be going about hundreds of them. And that while it is completely unknown if there are more batches coming. 

The channel combat veteran reacts has a video about it and how these leaks emerged is indeed just totally crazy. Two guys in a Discord gameroom talking about Minecraft and the war in Ukraine. They run into some argument and one of them: "Hey man do you want to see some leaked documents?"  

The Guardian has an article about the stuff, Title & link: 

Pentagon leak traced to video game chat group users arguing over war in Ukraine
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On the one hand this is rather funny although the average Pentagon employee likely voices a very different opinion about these leaks. On the other hand lets hope this does not hinder the Ukrainian effort. After all it is not very helpful if the Russians know the UA stockpiles of say anti air ammo.  

 Item 2) Ben Miles on possibly better solar cells. 

In the UK some good scientists have been done a lot of work to get better solar cells. And the improvement could be huge: about 250% or say a factor of 2.5 better. Ben Miles has worked with these materials himself and is capable of talking some sense into how this all works.

Normally spoken silicon based solar cells transform about one fifth of the every from the sun into electricity. If that can be jacket up to 2.5 times as much that would really be good news. 

Video title: Solar 4.0: Ultra Efficient Solar Panel Breakthrough. Click on the picture if you want to see the video or cut & paste the link below the picture: 


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In another development I am almost ready with a new math post on the stuff known as adjoint matrices. It was a bit unhandy that I named them Conjugates 'determinant style' but to my excuse I can say that even the Latex typesetting program for math texts does not recognize the word 'adjoint'.

Now this adjoint plays an important role in finding the inverse of a square matrix. And what happens if you take the inverse twice? Well you get back to where you started from. It is just as simple as say the inverse of 5 is 1/5 and the inverse of 1/5 gets you back to 5.

So I wondered what the double adjoint matrix would be because that is not 100% clear at first sight. I did that for 3D circular numbers so you can view the easy result below as emerging from 3x3 matrices. The result is that doing the process of calculating the adjoint twice, so you repeat the process, you get an extra factor of the determinant.

That's all not very surprising and it is clearly not new math, but why should I always go for the math no other human has thought about? Sometimes I too like it a bit more down to earth.

Anyway you can check the math for yourself and I placed it on the background of one of those Midjourney AI pictures that are flooding the internet lately:


And I just wonder, if some artificial intelligence can make stuff that looks like art, is it in the future possible it makes original math? Who knows? I don't know, after all what is 'original math'?  

But it is time to find and hit that button known as 'publish website' so may I thank you for your attention and with you a good cognition so you are better equipped to get more Russian soldiers killed. Till updates. 


(07 April 2023) Trump is arrested? No I am not mentally ill, it is still donald trump without the capital letters but if a sentence starts this is always marked with a capital letter. Anyway for the war this might be a strategic advantage. I don't want to interfere deeply with US politics but one observation is clear: If that weirdo becomes US prez again that likely spells not much good for Ukraine...  

During trump's presidency I always had the impression it was impossible for him not to commit crimes. That is, in my view anyway, his mental illness. He has now over 30 counts hanging from his ass, I wonder how much more he will be accused of. 

Two items for this update: 

Item 1) Very short UA stuff.
Item 2) Very short math stuff with the last selfie on earth.

 Item 1) Very short UA stuff.

Lately I told you there were plans to ramp up European production of ammo shells for our own stockpiles and for helping Ukraine. The allocation of money over the countries is not the problem but there seems to be some infighting about where the production would take place. Plans were to keep production inside Europe, other countries want to prevent that Turkey get a share of the ammo production and other nations say we should buy international.

Well I don't care that much although I have a slight preference for production inside the EU. In my view we should also allow Turkey for some share of shell production, I understand the sensitivities related to the local history over there. But facts are that overall Turkey has been very helpful when it comes to the war in Ukraine, so that is why I think they also have some right of a production share.

So I don't know, let's hope production can start soon... 


In another development I found that old photo back from before the invasion of Crimea and the MH17 downing. It makes me wonder again as why at the Kremlin they think it is fun to make some war.  


Those were the times I guess. Likely we won't see such photo's anytime soon, on the international level this Putin guy is more or less written off something in the order of 100%... 

 Item 2) Very short math stuff with the last selfie on earth.

I have almost finished a fresh math post about taking the double adjoint matrix. All square matrices have these so called adjoint matrices and may be you enjoyed classes in linear algebra. Well the adjoint matrix was the one you need to find the inverse of a square matrix.   

Now in the previous math post I showed people who like perverted stuff like that that this process of taking the adjoint gives rise to a weird looking transport of 3D numbers that do not have an inverse. If they have one eigenvalue zero, the process of taking the adjoint gives them an extra zero eigenvalue.

And if these 3D numbers already have two eigenvalues zero, taking the adjoint makes it three eigenvalues zero and the only number that can do that is the number zero itself. 

Anyway inside my space of 3D numbers it is easy to prove that if you take a repeated adjoint process, you end up with the zero operator. But how does this go for say square matrices with entries that are all real numbers? It goes the same for all square matrices, if a particular matrix is not invertible taking the second adjoint always gives the zero matrix.

In math there are not many processes that if you repeat them they give zero results. For example the boundary of the boundary is always zero, that is an idea from topology. There are more examples but they are scarce.


The background picture is named "The last selfie on earth".

It is time to end this update. Thanks for your attention and don't forget that without enough killing of Russian soldiers this concept of last selfie on earth only comes closer and closer... Till updates.


(05 April 2023) No intro, just two items:

Item 1) And then there were 31: Finland welcomed in NATO.
Item 2) Another "Magnetic monopoles do not exist!" kind of video.

 Item 1) And then there were 31: Finland welcomed in NATO.

Well NATO and Finland did not let much grass grow over it. Just recently the last parliaments of the other NATO members approved and now Finland is already in. The picture from below is the flag raising ceremony so for the Fins that was an important moment. 

It also happened, I did not know that, but the Finnish diplomat had to give some papers to Blinken from the USA. I didn't know you had to do separate papers for requesting to enter NATO to the USA.
But it has it's own logic; Likely the USA started this whole NATO thing and as such they still have those old ceremonial stuff in place. And why change if it works properly? In practice this only means the USA is the last to approve the membership of Finland.   


The Finnish were already integrating their military forces into NATO. That's a lot of work. Likely NATO uses still those long stock numbers for all kinds of spare parts that are needed for military gear. Every screw, every bold, every washer, every piece of cable has it's own NATO stock number.  

So in theory from every part inside NATO you can order for any kind of stock number if you need such a part. Hopefully at present day the logistics work better compared to when I was a draftee. I once lost a door from my one-ton truck that was build in the year 1955 or 1956. If memory serves it took over one month before a new but already 30 year old truck door was delivered from the local stock piles.

I would like to add: Finland welcome in the NATO allience! 

 Item 2) Another "Magnetic monopoles do not exist!" kind of video.

At first I wanted to be very very negative over those bunch of idiots known as the physics professors in general and professor David Tong in particular about keeping on telling crap not supported by and experimental proof that magnetic monopoles do not exist.

But in the intro of the video you hear that David is 'Exceptionally smart' and because I am also a very polite person I think that is a good way to look at David. You can say his cognitive capabilities are 'beyond measurement' or that they are 'off the scale'.
Yes why not be in a friendly and positive constructive mood today? 

It's no secret that for say seven years I think that electrons are magnetic monopoles. And despite the long list of problems there are with viewing the electron as a 'tiny magnet' this idiot show just keeps going on and on. This video is only about 11 months old so the weirdo's still rule the asylum.

I selected this video because it is relatively long (about 1.5 hours so far above the average TikTok user attention span) and because David proudly says words like "how do we know this, that is because of the law of magnetism from Gauss".

These idiots or 'exceptionally smart' people never ever checked if the Gauss law for magnetism was also true for unpaired electrons. There has never done an experiment that proves the Gauss law for magnetism for individual electrons. 

Often I have wondered why the physics professors do not see for themselves that:
1) If you claim the Gauss law for electrons, where is your experimental proof? And:
2) Why don't they see for themselves they are talking nonsense about electron spin?

Anyway it is what it is, in this world there is no shortage of 'exceptionally smart' people. Click on the picture if you want to see the video, the stuff about the Gauss law for magnetism can be found at 20 minutes into the video: 


Video title: David Tong: The Allure of the Magnetic Monopole
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Historically the physics professors just never ever thought it was a good idea to check if indeed the electrons are also tiny magnets. Gauss died long before electrons were discovered:

Carl Friedrich Gauss.
Died in 1855.

Discovery of the electron:

Discovery of electrons
discovery by English physicist J.J. Thomson of the electron in 1897

If you give the physics professors some math that fits reality rather good, they will always abuse it beyond repair. They never checked if the Gauss law was true for electrons and at present day these weirdo's tell us we can build quantum computers based on their fantastic ideas of electron spin.

End of this update.   


(31 March 2023) A lot of countries have started delivery of tanks and other forms of armored vehicles like those Bradley fighting vehicles. A lot of people working in military logistics have made many hours in order to get the stuff over there. Thanks!

It is late so I would like to go directly to the two items for today: 

Item 1) Advertisement new math post.
Item 2) An infinite universe? Are there copies of you out there? Nope!

 Item 1) Advertisement new math post.

Yesterday I uploaded the latest post to the other website. It takes place in the space of 3D circular numbers, so the third power of the first imaginary unit is +1.  

Anyway such number always have a determinant because they also have matrix representations and the interesting fact is that you can always factorize this inside the space you are working in.

These factors contain something that I call the conjugate 'determinant style' so yesterday I uploaded it and today I realized "Wasn't there something know as the adjoint matrix that is the same?" 

Well yes but I did name it a bit different but that adjoint matrix is a very beautiful thing because it is so strong related to the inverse of a matrix. As a background picture I used the tank delivery ceremony from a few days back. Now in the middle you see an expression for the inverse of a 3D circular number. 

It is all utterly simple: Multiply left and right by det(X) and by X itself and voila there is your factorization of the determinant! Click on the picture to land on the new post: 


Title of the new post: Factorization of the determinant inside the space of 3D circular numbers. Aka: The conjugate ‘determinant style’. 

Ok time is running on so fast to the next item. 

 Item 2) An infinite universe? Are there copies of you out there? Nope!

The video I want to show you is from the channel Closer to Truth and to be honest I would not recommend it to view a lot of videos from that channel. It's mostly overpaid middle aged white males talking about vague stuff that somehow must resemble some scientific stuff.  

Most of the time it is just vague stuff not very sciency stuff so to say. In this video it is once more promoted that if the universe is infinitely big, in that case there must be all kinds of copies of yourself but also copies of the earth or our solar system even our galaxy out there.

Why they pay so much money to people that stupid is unknown to me, may be it is better if you see the video first for yourself so that you know what the folks are saying about an infinite universe. (Here we are talking about an infinite universe in the sense there is only one universe and that one is infinitely big.)

The picture has nothing to do with this video or the idea of copies of yourself, it is another weird philosophical thing of total nonsense: We are living inside a simulation... Anyway click on the picture to land at the video:  


Video title: Joshua Knobe - What Would an Infinite Universe Mean?
Link used:

Now back to our idiotery as exposed in this video: If the universe is infinitely big, will there be copies of yourself be out there far away in this infinitely big universe?

I think a simple no, let me explain.

As long as our world or your body is just a finite collection of discrete states, only in such a case there will be repetition if the universe was made up of random stuff. 

But the universe is not made up of random stuff, it all is caused by stuff from the past.

On top of that: It is completely unknown if say the earth is just a finite collection of discrete quantum states. For that to be true at least space itself has to be quantisized, that is it is made up of small quanta of space or small atoms of space. 

If this is not the case, it space is truly a continuous thing and not made up of small discrete things, the number of possible configurations of you becomes so large that math folks like me say: Hey that is overcountable, this infinity is so big that there will never be a repetition of you even if the universe is infinitely big.

Well you can write big books about this, I will not do that but only say it is utterly nonsense to believe that if the universe is infinite therefore it 'must be' there are copies of you out there. 

End of this update, so live your unique life in such a way that more of those Russian soldiers get killed. And know that overpaid while middle aged males often embrace in nonsense talk big time.

Thanks for your attention.  


(29 March 2023) It looks like everybody is waiting on some kind of offense by the Ukrainians. Hard to say when it's going on but a lot of stuff like tanks have only been delivered recently and before an offensive there should be at least some rudimentary form of repair & maintenance & a flow of spare parts.

But lets go to the two items for today. 

Item 1) Concentration camps & German tanks for Ukraine?
Item 2) A noteworthy addendum to a correction I made.

 Item 1) Concentration camps & German tanks for Ukraine?

Ok this is a strange title for an item, but the two things have nothing to do with each other. A few days back it emerged in the news that according to some leaked FSB documents Putin wanted concentration camps in Ukraine and door to door terror. 

I have no idea if it is true, it could be one of those perfect war rumors based on nothing but given the emotion involved a lot of people believe it. But it could be true because it could explain that weird talk in Russia about fighting nazism. Also lately Putin brought forward again that nonsense of bio labs in Ukraine (for bio warfare against the holy Russian empire or so).

That all abundantly shows he has lost with reality a long time ago. In my view he is indeed mentally ill but is much much better at hiding it compared to say the donald.  

And the idea of building concentration camps in Ukraine if true is one more example that Putin just has lost contact with reality. You can't do that with such low numbers in the invading forces; the frontlines are vast and long. 

If you have never looked it up, look for the world war 2 Operation Barbarossa that was the invasion of Russia by the fascists. I don't remember the number of soldiers precisely but if memory serves is was something like 3.5 million...

So the Krmlin is run by total idiots believing in weird stuff like bio labs and a complete misinterpretation of their own military abilities...

I don't know if the next media outlet is reliable (it sounds a lot like some gossip paper), but here is that rumor: 

Putin wanted ‘total cleansing’ of Ukraine with ‘house-to-house terror,’ leaked spy docs reveal. Link used:


It seems that about 18 Leopard 2 tanks have gone from Germany to the UA. So some people should no longer say Germany does nothing because it also was reported that some German tank schools just don't give lessons because they don't have tanks... 

In my own country it is the same when it comes to tanks: at the time the decision was made to get those tanks out of our military it was of course unknown that in the future some mental weirdo would be the political commander of the Russian forces.
Lets go to the next item.

 Item 2) A noteworthy addendum to a correction I made.

I did my best to make this title as boring as possible. It is indeed so boring that after reading it only a few times you should feel sleepy. But serious, when I made a mistake I will say so if significant enough.  

In the beginning of this month I had to withdraw my idea that solar sunspots are emerging from a rotational differential in the sun (at the equator the sun rotates faster compared to her polar regions). 

Solar spots often come in pairs and if my version of rotating plasma were true the leading sun spot in such a pair should always have the same magnetic polarity over the entire solar spot period of 22 years. 

It doesn't, so my idea of this rotational differential is not the main driver behind sun spots. The noteworthy addendum is that this is all I have to withdraw. 

The idea that electrons cannot be magnetic dipoles stays firmly up. My fault was in the possible cause of the sun spots, not in the much more fundamental insight that electrons are likely magnetic monopoles.

So spinning plasma will always spit out electrons, become very positively charged when it comes to electric charges and the magnetic fields become very strong. Below you see a bit that those astrophysical jets can be huge & very energitic.


Those astrophysical jets are observed in black holes, neutron stars and much more important: In the formation of new stars.

If even these jets are observed in the formation period of stars, there is little doubt my ideas about rotating plasma carry some significance.

The astronomy professors cannot explain such jet formation at all because they are bound to the Gauss law for magnetism that says magnetic monopoles do not exist. They never check if indeed particles like electrons follow this Gauss law for magnetism.

In my view we can safely conclude that the physics professors are very good at saying "We do not understand this or that", stuff like the temperature of the solar corona or say the above of jet formation.

We must applaud that, after all societies run best when people can do the things they are good at. And the physics professors are very good at saying that they just can't find magnetic monopoles.   

So let them keep on doing what they are good at! If it makes them happy that is good for society... Or not?

A link to my correction from the beginning of this month:
Correction: My spinning plasma model for sun spots is likely not correct 

Oh oh, it is time to close this update and can I thank you for your attention? 


(24 March 2023) The two items for this update are:

Item 1) Ukraine should surrender to Russia?
Item 2) Kathy on Hamilton quaternion stuff + THE VECTOR WARS!!!!!

 Item 1) Ukraine should surrender to Russia?

Times Radio found a number of people simply rejecting all this war stuff and the most extreme opinion was that Ukraine simply must surrender to Russia. 

Needless to say I do not agree with that but everybody has the right to some form of opinion. Of course it can happen that you have to surrender, it is never a fun thing to do but it can happen. Beside that, stuff like that is simply for Ukraine to decide no matter what opinion I might have upon that detail.

What those UK peace huggers mostly have wrong that in the very hypothetical case Ukraine surrenders, that only enforces the military behavior of the Russians. So that after they have rebuild their military a new invasion will be on the horizon.

But like a good reporter I am willing to show other sides of the story, why not? I took the freedom to use a picture that is not from the video but shows a new form of drone: a remote controlled small vehicle. Click on the picture for the video:


Video title: ‘Ukraine should surrender’ | British peace protesters on the Ukraine war.
Link used:
The video is about 7 minutes long. 

I have no idea how much explosives such a tiny vehicle can carry. But good military grade explosives are rough; just look at a hand grenade, it's not much explosives and very deadly anyway... 

 Item 2) Kathy on Hamilton quaternion stuff + THE VECTOR WARS!!!!!

A few weeks back I showed you the previous video of Kathy from the Youtube channel Kathy loves physics. In that video she already remarked that even the Maxwell equations were formulated in terms of the quaternions of Rowan Hamilton. 

A few weeks back I showed you what Hamilton did do wrong when he could not find the three dimensional complex number. For me it has always been puzzling as why Hamilton tried for a full decade to find the 3D complex numbers, a decade is a long long time.   

In this video this mystery even deepens, Kathy claims he also invented all that vector stuff like divergence and curl. Even the inner product she claims. I don't know a lot of the history of mathematics but if those claims are all true I would rank Hamilton higher as say the Gauss guy who is often referred to as the prince of math.  

I don't know what to think of it; was the inner product between vectors just never used before Hamilton? It could very well be because the vector wars (also covered in Kathy her video) were from a later date. Click on the picture to land at the video:


The operator in that yellow square is very interesting, it shows Rowan Hamilton understood he factorized the Laplacian (that is that thing at the bottom) just like I have done a lot of times. Those are always lovely calculations, in this case you can try it for yourself:

Square that triangle operator above using the rules for multiplication on the quaternions. Here you need stuff like ij = -ji, ik = -ki etc etc. If you do that you see that if you square the triangle thing you don't get nine terms but only three because the rest vanishes.  

So that is how the Maxwell equations were formulated: it is a bit clumsy but in those times the quaternions were relatively new so why not give it a try and see where it all lands? At present day the quaternions are never used anymore in the Maxwell equations.


At the end of the video it is about the so called vector wars. It abundantly shows most math professors are just nut jobs. Back in the year 2012 when I picked up the subject of 3D complex numbers again I have thought a bit about trying to get a promotion at the local university for the study of 3D complex numbers.

After giving it a lot of thought I decided not to do that and indeed just keep it a new hobby. After all it would take a tremendous amount of war before math professors would do normal on the detail of 3D complex numbers.

These math professionals are all nut jobs. And why should I go to war with a bunch of overpaid nut jobs? That is not a rational thing to do, if they want to stick to the complex plane only when it comes to complex analysis, let the worms live in the dirt where they belong...

That was it for this update, as you see I am a war avoiding person so I am not distracted by overpaid weirdo's now there is this Russian stuff going on in Ukraine. That war is worth paying attention to.

Thanks for your attention.     


(22 March 2023) Oh oh an awful lot happened, for example the Vlad was indicted by the ICC for the kidnapping of thousands of children. It's a symbolic move but now Vladimir Putin can be arrested anywhere in the world and if he goes to member countries of the ICC it is obliged that he will be arrested. 

That was funny news but lets go fast to our two items for today: 

Item 1) What happened in Suisse over the weekend? It looks weird...
Item 2) EU donating one million artillery shells to Ukraine! YES!!!

 Item 1) What happened in Suisse over the weekend? It looks weird...

The Credit Suisse takeover by USB this weekend has gone weird: About 17 billion € in so called AT1 bonds were wiped out but shareholders not. This was possible via a change in legislation over the weekend.  

It looks like a total panic over there at the regulators, an alternative explanation is that they wanted to keep the Saudi & other mideast money at friend and as such did choose for this weird change in law. 

Other countries have come out stating such a thing would not be possible over there: First the shareholders take a beating and that's it. 

Last week in the USA suddenly all amount in the accounts were guaranteed while usually there is a ceiling of 250.000 US$ in place. But that change is not very significant, at most the money streams to the FDIC must double and of course that must be paid by the banks and the holders of big deposits at those banks. 

But the Swiss thing is of another order. Why change the order between bondholders and shareholders? Well lets see and wait how this all will pan out. 

Further reading from Bloomberg: 

Exit Bankers, Enter Lawyers in Credit Suisse Saga 

At last I want to remark that these bank runs are still pretty weird, the problem of uninsured bank deposits is a problem that is about 300 years old. Why is there no simple plain vanilla commercial insurance against this kind of bank defaults? 

If memory serves, before the financial crisis there were also products like buying a AAA-rating if you wanted to issue bonds as say a US municipality. Now those were crazy products if not well capitalized but stuff like uninsured bank deposits? 

It beats me as why this is a problem, at worst it's a problem for badly run banks. 

 Item 2) EU donating one million artillery shells to Ukraine! YES!!!

Yes, this is the stuff making me proud on the EU. It seems to be a package of two billion € where one billion is meant to deplete existing ammo depots in Europe and the other billion for procurement of a similar batch of artillery rounds.

All 155 millimeter diameter of course, the procurement is done inside the EU and also Norway who is not a full EU member but we have close ties in a lot of stuff.  


In another development inside Crimea a bunch of Russian cruse missiles exploded while they were transported via rail. The attack was done with drones it was rumored, but were they Chinese drones? Right now the Chinese prez Xi is visiting the Vlad so using Chinese drones would be and extra funny detail in this all. 

That the end of this post, I didn't have time to make enough pictures so all I have is something unrelated to the above items. It is about the rather silly way robots are often portrayed in videos about artificial intelligence.

Why is it always so weird and stupid? From female shaped robots with boobs to what you see below a human in a plastic robot suit. To at the bottom of the picture where computer generated images depict robots typing on laptops...   


Why always so fucking stupid? Robots typing with a speed of about 100 characters per minute? Why don't they plug in a UBS cable to that laptop and since they are robots anyway: Why would they need a laptop in the first place?

End of this update, let me try to find that button named 'publish website' and thanks for your attention. Till updates. 


(17 March 2023) The financial markets are still spooked by all that is happening in the banking sector importantly the sell off in bank shares. In my view there is too much crisis for too little reason. Anyway the good thing is the ECB raised rates by another 50 basis points today so no weak knees or so. 

It's late already so lets go to the two items for today:

Item 1) All quiet on the Bakhmut front?
Item 2) Advertisement for latest math post: new 4D numbers!

 Item 1) All quiet on the Bakhmut front?

From the channel Veteran combat reacts I found these screenshots that show amazing little fighting in Bakhmut. I think the name of the guy running that Youtube channel is Paul and Paul is constantly worried about a possible fall of Bakhmut. And often say they should retreat. 

I too became more and more worried the last weeks but as usual most of the time the Ukrainians perfectly know what they are doing. There were only three attacks reported in the last 24 hours so we can wonder if the Wagner group is running out of steam.

Click on the picture if you want to see the video:


Video title: Ukraine's Secret Weapon Turns Russian Tanks into Scrap! 16 Mar 23
Link used: 

Paul discusses one of those mine throwers that are given to Ukraine. Before this war I never heard of them but there are weapon systems that can throw anti tank mines rather precise over long distances. 

I agree with Paul that it is important Ukraine gets those kind of advanced weapon systems. After all Russia is also throwing in her big tech in the form oh hyper sonic rocketry. 

So Ukrainians should have good stuff too in order to defend herself against a crazy invasion done by a crazy form of Kremlin mindset.  

 Item 2) Advertisement for latest math post: new 4D numbers!

A few days back I posted some math where on 7 different spaces I more or less solve the same easy to understand differential equation. I will be the first to remark that this is a very easy differential equation, you only search for a solution where the derivative is the square of the position. 

If you phrase it in words like above it sounds very complicated but actually it is very simple. A possible solution is for example the geometric series and that is century old simple plain math stuff. 

Anyway on 7 different spaces I do this, three spaces are just plain vanilla math spaces like the real line, the complex plane and the plane of split complex numbers. The other spaces are crafted by myself and include the 3D complex and circular numbers and their four dimensional cousins and nephews.
The result is that all results are very similar, the solutions only become more complicated if you look at higher dimensions but basically it is all the same.   

Why should that be important? Well on this little planet there is a profession known as math professors. And the overwhelming opinion over there is that the only possible reasonable expansion of the complex plane is the 4D quaternions.

In my view this is not correct, stuff like that is only the historical timeline along such number systems were found and that's all. There is not much logic in jumping from the complex plane to only the quaternions, any person that understands a bit more about math will say this is the behavior of people that have some mental thing. 

And yes these people have some 'mental thing' for sure. If you look at the simple list of results on 7 different spaces and you keep on telling that historical nonsense, you as a math professor must have a serious mental thing.

Click on the picture to land at the new post: 


Post title: Comparison of the ‘Speed = the Square’ equation on 7 different spaces.

By the way the background picture is not a photo or so. It is one of those many AI generated images where the developments go fast and furious. Compare that to math professors where it always goes slow and avoid always the long term progress.

So if you are not into math that much, the above background picture was made by Midjouney version 5 and in case you have nothing better to do you could look at the next video: You Won't Believe MidJourney V5 is This Good
Link used:

It's late so let me hit the button 'publish website'. Thanks for your attention.


(15 March 2023) The training of Ukrainian tank crews is more or less in full swing. It helps a lot that they already know how to drive those other tanks, but likely there are a lot of new technical details to learn when it comes to that Leopard tank stuff.


The first use of JDAM BOOM stuff was reported. And there also seem to be gliding JDAMs that have two small wings and glide to their target. Well be careful my dear Ukrainians but I wish you luck with the usage of them.

At the Pentagon they likely see water burning: Reinko wishing Ukrainians good luck with the air power stuff? What has happened? Nothing to worry about my dear Pentagon, after all it is much better that Ukraine wins this conflict and yes sometimes over here the goal serves the means.  

Today's first item is about that weird panic on the financial markets in particular bank stocks. So lets go there: 

Item 1) SVB risk team: The physics professors of US banking?
Item 2) A small example of the new Midjourney5 that will come out this week.

 Item 1) SVB risk team: The physics professors of US banking?

The collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank was swift and brutal. And because we now have three banks collapsing in just a few days time, do I think there will be a new financial crisis? 

Me too I am in the camp that this is not very likely. For example just before the financial crises back over a decade the Federal Reserve so called Z1 release indicated that the entire US financial sector would need about 2.4 trillion US$ in fresh extra debt in order to maintain business as usual. Of course that would never happen, back in the time a trillion had much more value as a trillion today. 

If you listen to the details of the SVB collapse they are staggering in stupidity: They sit on 100 billion of deposits and bought a lot of long term treasuries in order to squeeze out that extra 1 or 1.5%. Zero protection against a decline in the value of those treasuries. That is not needed because they are hold to maturity and as such the book value is not the market value. I mean this is stupid by all standards, so I do not expect this practice to be widespread throughout the banking system.  

At least at one point in time it looks reasonable that at least one employee at SVB remarked that may be they should guard against downside risks, but the management or risk department did just nothing. Well that looks a lot like for example physics professors behave in my little corner of understanding the universe. 

No matter how often I remark that if you think your precious electrons are tiny magnets, shouldn't it be time to conduct some experiment that proves electrons are indeed tiny magnets? 

That is because to me anyway it looks like they just don't behave like tiny magnets. Physics professors, weird and stupid as they are, are not capable of figuring out for themselves that if electrons have two magnetic poles, they must be neutral when it comes to magnetism. On top of that it is known that electron pairs are neutral when it comes to magnetism.

But unpaired electrons are not neutral to magnetism, hence the only logical conclusion is that electrons are magnetic monopoles. If you use that small change in thinking this explains a lot, for example why do we only observe electron pairs but never electron triples or quartets?

In my view the bankers from SVB are even more stupid as physics professors who believe in weird fairy tales like electrons are tiny magnets. But the difference is not that big, physics professors have more cognitive capabilities as those SVB bankers but they are still fucking stupid. 

Just like at SVB it was not considered to pay for hedging the risk to just one 100 billion or more in deposits... 


Yes there are a lot of similarities here: Just not responsive over a few years of time is the most important similarity and of course: Being stupid in the first place... 

 Item 2) A small example of the new Midjourney5 that will come out this week.

The next picture is made by Midjourney and it is astonishing. Can you tell the difference with a real photo? It becomes harder and harder. 


It's only the behavior of the barbed wire in this picture that is a bit strange. But it also has many features that make you think you are looking at a real photo. 

Ok that's it for this update. Thanks for your attention. 


(10 March 2023) There was a fresh round of Russian rocket attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure. This time they used more rocket types that are hard to shoot down like those hypersonic rockets. So the series of open war crimes continues and sometimes I wonder why countries like China still support Russia.
Ok ok after four years of donald trump it is understandable that China needs a few years to recover but siding with a bunch of weird war criminals is likely not a strategy born from wisdom.  

Just one item for today: 

Item 1) More Nord Stream news and an update on the econ sanctions against Russia.

 Item 1) More Nord Stream news and an update on the econ sanctions against Russia.

Two video's in this item, the Nord Stream video is about 45 minutes and the vid on economical sanctions is only 8 minutes or so. 

In Germany the investigation is still ongoing and they warn against jumping to conclusions too fast. Well on the day the attacks took place, at the end of that day after 2 or 3 minutes thinking about all that information for myself I took the conclusion that it was likely the USA. 

Of course I too don't have a snippet of proof for that so it is better to name it a hypothesis that might need a bit more investigation.

The last days there are rumors that the sabotage attacks were done by some pro Ukrainian group. Well that is very interesting but an attack like this needs a high degree of professionalism and for me it is hard to phantom that some amateurs were driving about with hundreds of pounds of high explosives in their cars. 

Anyway this pro Ukrainian group has allegedly rented a yacht that belongs to two Ukrainians and on that yacht traces of explosives were found. If I remember it correct these traces were found in January so it is hard to say how substantial this is. After all if it was done by professionals, these pro's could also have created many false leads like brushing a bit of high explosives here and there.  

Welcome to conspiracy land by the way. 

Then there is that talk of some covert operation done by Ukraine herself. I don't think that bears any logic. In the first place they have Russian gas pipes right in their own territory so why not blow that up? Or more locally attack gas pipes going to Turkey.  

So the last days I have seen nothing that changes my mind on my original conclusion or hypothesis from Sept last year. As always click on the picture to land on the video: 


Video title: Nord stream Sabotage revelations : 
Who’s really behind Russian gas pipeline explosions? • FRANCE 24. 
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Ok economical sanctions. The video is very funny, the Yale professor looks like some angry professor from the muppets. He sounds like a true anti USSR iron eater trahing all things related to Russia.

Of course that is the right attitude but at the same time we must always stay realistic. The strategic goal of the economical sanctions is to weaken the Russian economy to the extend they can not repeat a military adventure as they do today in Ukraine. 

That strategy is in the interest of all European nations regardless of NATO membership. We don't want that kind of shit Russia, so we will keep on applying more and more economical sanctions until this  long term strategic goal is there. 

One thing I would like to remark is that I did see a few times the VAT taxes a collected by the Russian state. At first sight these are so dramatic in decline that it validates a lot of what the Yale professor says on this detail.
But we must not jump to significant conclusion on just a VAT collecting detail. May be Russia has a very different VAT collecting system at hand. If for example all basic goods have 0% VAT and only the very luxury things have a significant level of VAT, the decline in Russian collected VAT taxes only means a shift away from luxury items. 

So we must be sure the economical damage is there and not be lazy engulfing ourselves in shallow thinking. We must never become as what the math professors are: lazy, shallow thinkers and overpaid overpromoted individuals. No, a fresh brain willing to learn is a far better thing to have behind your eyes and between your ears.

As always click on the picture for the perfect muppet economics professor from Yale: 


Video title: Russia Economy Collapsing, Says Top Yale University Professor
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I have to say the screen shot is a bit confusing: At the left you see the DW logo and that stands for Deutsche Welle while TYT as far as I know stands for The Young Turks.

May be it is better to close this update, bring you a salut from a beautiful country named Conspiracy Land. Thanks for your attention & please never become as stupid as a math professor...


(08 March 2023) Well Bakhmut is still standing and it seems both parties are willing to throw in more of their best fighters. US SecDef Lloyd Austin came out stating that the loss of Bakhmut is not a strategic victory for Russia.
That is correct of course but another analyst pointed out that the Ukrainians have to fight Russia somewhere so why not Bakhmut? But a lot of people constantly seeing the Ukrainians surrounded from three sides and as such we worry too much Ukrainians can get killed. We don't want that of course.  

But it is their fight and it is always better if the Ukrainians decide upon themselves what is best or what they want. And it is clearly not crazy to keep on fighting in Bakhmut, after all a lot of Russians died in that place.   


I cleaned this homepage, the old stuff is in the archives and if stuff is ok this homepage will load again much quicker. That took a lot of time so I only have one item for you today. Let's go: 

Item 1) BBC on the Wuhan lab leak hypothesis concerning COVID-19.

 Item 1) BBC on the Wuhan lab leak hypothesis concerning COVID-19.

Most of the time since we have the new virus around I always considered an accidental lab leak the most likely candidate for the entry of the new virus into the population. And I always put much much less weight on the possibility it has come from that food market.  

We are now a few years further down the timeline and for the food market hypothesis to be true there must be some intermediary animal species that caused the first human infections. This intermediary animal species has never been found so as the years go by that weakens and weakens the food market hypothesis. 

In my view this lab leak was an accident, only a person that is mentally ill would do such a leak on purpose. Please remark this all is not a proof that it was indeed a leak from the Wuhan lab but it keeps on weaving a pattern that makes it the most likely candidate. 

In the USA the CIA came also out a few days back they are still looking into the lab leak hypothesis. And that is a reasonable thing to do. 

The video is just a few minutes long, click on the picture to land on the video: 


Video title: What do we know about the Covid-19 lab leak theory? - BBC Newsnight
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In the beginning for a short time I believed what the scientists initially said: It is from nature, do not doubt that. Such stuff is known as arguments from authority, the experts try to convince you they are right for some reason. I remember arguments like 'There are no lab made changes to the virus it is all 100% natural'. 

I don't know enough about viruses to judge for myself if the original COVID-19 was 'natural' or 'likely lab modified'. I also do not say the scientists claiming it had to be of a natural origin were lying. Likely they had no clue what they were talking about, just like math professors when they talk about complex numbers.   


And what about that other thing that sucks in conspiracy theories? The bombing of the Nord Stream pipelines? Today the Americans came out with the view that it is possible it was not done by Russia but by a 'pro Ukraine group'.  

Oh oh my poor brains are working overtime: It could be true, it could be done by a pro Ukraine group. Yes, after all the USA is pro Ukraine so it is possible. It is possible. 

May be it is better to end my typing and salut you from conspiracy land: SALUT! 

Thanks for your attention and see you in another update. 


(03 March 2023)  Two items for this update:

Item 1) Do the economical sanctions against Russia work?
Item 2) AI generated pics & advertisement for a new 4D complex number post.

 Item 1) Do the economical sanctions against Russia work?

All kinds of people react a bit frustrated against the IMF who's forecast for the Russian economical growth is above that of say Brittany. But economies are also living things and even if you tell them to fall dead on the spot, they often refuse to do just that.  

I have no opinion on the IMF coming out with a positive growth number for Russia. All in all the IMF should stay away from political stuff with of course an exception for her mission: Educate political leaders how to collect taxes and pay off the debt.

It is very well possible that Russia has a positive growth number, but that does not say those are healthy numbers. They had a lot of reserves and without doubt a part of those reserves are now tapped in order to fund the economy that more and more is becoming a war economy. 

If oil and gas revenues keep being low all in all this should work as we want it to work. Of course new rounds of fresh sanctions are always welcome...;) 


Further reading on this detail of the war: 
How Russia's economy unexpectedly survived a year of war and sanctions 

Of course we must also take into account that the Russian GDP per capita is not that high. So if their (war) economy grows by 0.3%, per person that is not much. 

 Item 2) AI generated pics & advertisement for a new 4D complex number post.

After a very small internet search within five minutes I already had two AI generated pictures. It is amazing for sure what you can do with that kind of stuff. And the first AI generated porn is there in the form of a website name pornpen.

I made my two pictures on and yes it is free but my browser acted a bit strange because you also get free pop ups with advertisements. For the rest it works as it is supposed to. 

The big problem with all this AI generated art is that the database used with all those pictures in it, nobody gave permission for his or her work to be in that database. And how come that often these AI images are that good? That is because they are trained on millions of art works from the best artists. If you would feed those AI's only crap, they will produce only crap. 

Suppose there would be a math AI and you simply give it a prompt like the next: 

Generate five pages of math on 3D complex numbers where the importance of matrix representations is highlighted. Do this in the style of Reinko Venema.

And if such a hypothetical AI would produce five pages that look almost identical to my own work, I would be a bit pissed for sure. So I feel definitely some sympathy for all those artists who's work is now plagiarized on a big scale.

Anyway I used two simple prompts like "Blue sky over a forest" and "Blue sky over a mountain" and that gave me the two next pics:


It could have been a photo, you can't tell the difference here. Anyway I can't.
The math in the next picture was of course not generated by that AI but by me.  


Above you see an example of what you can do with the 4 dimensional complex numbers. And the 4D complex numbers are NOT those fucking QUATERNIONS from Hamilton, no it is the 4D complex number space ruled by it's imaginary component l. And the fourth power of this imaginary thing gives minus one: l^4 = -1

It is a beautiful four dimensional space, but the math professors as far as I know it, they just don't want it. They only want 2D complex numbers and of course a bit of the quaternions and after that all cognitive attention fades away fast. 

Being a math professor is a weird job: You get paid a lot for being non productive at all. 


In the math above you see the definition of a 4D complex number and it's square. Also I gave some time dependent functions a(t) and so. If you differentiate those four so called coordinate functions, that mimics the square of the 4D complex numbers.

Ok, let me end this anti math professor rant by remarking that if you are stupid you can also put a positive tone to it: Wow there is room for improvement!

End of this update. 


 (01 March 2023) Two small items for this update, here we go:

Item 1) Is that Russian AWACS out or not?
Item 2) Quaternions and the vector wars. 

 Item 1) Is that Russian AWACS out or not?

Yesterday it was reported that inside Belarus near to Minsk one of those Russian AWACS came under drone attack. There is of course some form resistance inside Belarus against that piece of shit that rules that country. 

So it is hard to say if it happened, likely it did but that is far from sure. Those Russian AWACS go for something like 330 to 500 million € a pop but that is not important. If severely damaged to the point of no repair, if the economical sanctions work as supposed they can't replace them.  


This baby seems to be capable of tracking 60 targets simultaneously. Sometimes I wonder why Russians are so strange: They can design and build their own form of an AWACS but failed at say night vision goggles. 

At last a photo of what I usually avoid: Wounded people. It is not that I neglect that, but I am not a big fan of disaster porn. Just like I post some destroyed buildings but don't do that all the time. But if there is war, people get wounded and killed. That is a small detail you must never forget my dear reader. 


Let me show you the two conflicting reports of the Russian AWACS stuff:

Belarus partisans say they blew up Russian plane near Minsk (The Guardian.)
Belarus official says claim activists blew up Russian spy plane near Minsk is fake
(From Reuters.) 

It's late so lets go to the next item. 

 Item 2) Quaternions and the vector wars. 

On 03 Feb I showed you one of those "Quaternions are fantastic" video's as they are out there. And don't get me wrong; quaternions have a significant importance because you can use them to describe rotations in 3D space. 

Now rotations in space have the property that the order of the rotations matters a lot, math people say that they don't commute. The relation between these 4D numbers and rotations is not very trivial but once you have it correctly in your computer code you can do all rotations you need in say a video game. 

It is not much of a secret that I found the 3D and even the 4D complex number systems, but I never got any significant response from the math community. So I got a little bit pissed at those overpaid people, or should I not have reacted emotionally? 

Well even the discovery of the 4D numbers known as the quaternions gave rise to  tremendous amounts of emotion. Back in the time when you were talking about 4D space you were precisely the lunatic as I am today talking about 3D complex numbers. It makes you wonder why were they so emotional? Here is a cute quote: 

Hamilton’s disciples labeled the new system a “monster,” while vector fans disparaged the quaternions as “vexatious” and an “unmixed evil.” The debate raged for years in the pages of journals and pamphlets, but ease of use eventually carried vectors to victory.
Comment: As you see when it comes to higher dimensional numbers, most math professors are dumb as hell. 

The quote is from a very readable article, with readable I mean also a non mathy person understands more or less what it is about. Here it is: 

Title article: Meet The Four-Dimensional Numbers That Led to Modern Algebra
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End of this update, see you around. 


(24 Feb 2023) Today a bit of strange news came floating around: It seems that about 90% of the Russian conscripts are deployed at the front line. You might think so what but take for example the Vietnam war; for every combat soldier there were about 10 others working in the background just to support the front line soldiers. 

Today I would like to skip items about the war and turn to artificial intelligence again because the developments still go fast and furious over there.

Item 1) ChatGPT bad at math & Leonardo AI has some tricks in it's sleeve.

 Item 1) ChatGPT bad at math & Leonardo AI has some tricks in it's sleeve.

It must be frustrating to works in a creative job these day. Jobs like drawing or animation can much cheaper be done by some AI like that Midjourney or Leonardo stuff. It is indeed amazing to see a prompt you type in being turned into images. 

But can the same happen to say mathematics? I don't think those present language models will be good at math. Often a piece of math is just plain wrong if there is only a tiny fault in it. And those present language models are not married to the truth but married to what is likely the next word. 

And by definition that is a bad way to do math. But who knows may be there are learning algorithms that start proving simple math statements and after that get trained on more and more complicated math propositions until it is above human intelligence. That would be a very strange experience... 


I chatted two times with that ChatGPT version that is not online, it's the one trained on a big heap of internet text until the year 2021. So I asked: 

Reinko: Have you ever heard of three dimensional complex numbers?

ChatGPT: Yes, I have heard of 3-dimensional complex numbers. They are also known as quaternions, a non-commutative extension of complex numbers to four dimensions. Quaternions were first introduced by Irish mathematician William Rowan Hamilton in 1843 and have found applications in various fields, including computer graphics, robotics, and navigation.

The answer shows this chatbot is clearly not trained on the text of any of my websites. May be the answer from ChatGPT looks plain wrong because quaternions are four dimensional numbers made from three complex planes that share their real axis. So the answer is not as close to the truth as possible but more a summary of what is historically written about the quaternions. Next question:

Reinko: Have you ever heard of four dimensional complex numbers?

ChatGPT: No, I haven't heard of four-dimensional complex numbers. Complex numbers are a two-dimensional extension of real numbers, so there is no such thing as four-dimensional complex numbers in the traditional sense.

The answer shows that when it comes to complex numbers this system ChatGPT is dumb as hell. Even dumber than the average math professor. It is just a language thing but it sure is impressive. There is no denying that.


Microsoft invested about 10 billion US$ into OpenAI and now has access to these versions of the language models and at present day tries to incorporate them with their search engine Bing.

So may be in the future if you search for 3D complex numbers on Bing it will be different. But I would like to thank Microsoft for their many years of help in promoting my 3D complex numbers. Here is a screenshot of what I mean, if you search for 3D complex numbers right in the left upper top it shows:


I think I wrote the above text in 2012, may be I should repeat it more because that is the most simple way to explain the 3D complex numbers. But the math professors keep on being not very cooperative, why this is is unknown to me. One thing is clear: Microsoft has helped me much much more as that miserable form of life known as the math professors... THEREFORE: MICROSOFT THANKS!   

If you really need a laugh, try searching for 3D complex numbers on the images at the Bing search engine. That is so much of my work completely dominating all things else that even I am opposed to it. Other voices should be heard too say the democratic parts of my brain. But if you think about that, what fucking contribution will there be from the universities? If you lack brains you can't talk back in a meaningful way I just guess...


One of the new things into that graphics generating stuff is Leonardo AI. You can feed it a relatively small picture and gradually expand it into other directions. It is beautiful, in the screenshots below you see the expansion at work. Click on the picture for the Youtube video: 


Video title: Leonardo AI Changes Everything – So much more than MidJourney.
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That was it for this update.  


(22 Feb 2023) Precisely 52 weeks I made an extra update on this website. That was very out of the ordinary because for years I only posted some stuff on Thursdays and left the week for other hobby's. It was a few hours before the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the title of that 52 week old item was "Has the Vlad gone crazy?"

And yes, now their daily death toll is almost one thousand a day we can safely conclude that the Vlad was rather mental when he ordered the Russian military to attack Ukraine. 

May be in this second year I will more and more skip the Tuesday updates, I don't know because after all there is always plenty of news.  


Today was the speech from Vladimir Putin, after about 20 minutes I had enough of it. But it was very refreshing to hear from the Vlad himself that before the special military action there were biolabs from the USA in Ukraine. So after a year we can indeed safely conclude that the Vlad has mental problems and as such a limited grasp on reality.
Of course there is the possibility that this biolab stuff is only for internal use where everybody knows it's not true, but I am not convinced this is the case.
And when after about 20 minutes he began lamentating about pedophiles and homophiles that rule Europe it was time for me to move on...   


Two items for today: 

Item 1) Joe Biden visits Kyiv and Poland.
Item 2) Economist Jeffrey Sachs on the Nord Stream sabotage.

 Item 1) Joe Biden visits Kyiv and Poland.

The Kyiv visit was indeed a surprise visit showing once more that the protections against Russian air power is indeed rather good. The problem is of course you can't protect the entire Ukraine with this, Ukraine is just too large for that.


The lower photo is relatively good, you can see the reflection of Zerlensky in the sunglasses of Joe Biden. As usual when you visit you bring a few gifts, this time it was something like half a billion in military aid. 

Lets go to the next item. 

 Item 2) Economist Jeffrey Sachs on the Nord Stream sabotage.

For me this video gave me a strange feeling; I am not used at the fact that people can agree with me...;) For example why are there no physics professors saying that indeed the idea that electrons are tiny magnets is indeed 100% bullshit. There are so many reasons for this, if in chemical bonds the electrons in every electron pair must be anti-aligned, that means they have to bond via north pole to north pole binding or south pole to south pole. But year in year out they keep on talking like electron spin is a tiny magnet. Physics is a science beyond repair, if they hear something might be wrong just nothing happens.
And I am used to that, it is the same as the math professors who are at best a collection of fossils, if they are living fossils is unknown to me.

Now Jeffrey is of the opinion that likely it was the USA that did the bombing of the Nord Stream pipelines back in Sept last year. But he is also making a big fuss about the CIA doing all kinds of covert operations and always killing people and blowing stuff to smithereens on foreign soil. 

And yes over the last five decades they have done some amazingly weird stuff, I will not deny that. But, as far as I know, they never tried to kill me. So in the last decade my old anti-Americanism has come down significantly. And all in all during the first decade of the war on terror I was able to bring some significant damage to the USA, yet all those years there was never a CIA operation to kill me.

I still appreciate that a lot my dear USA readers, it brings a lot of piece to your mind if you don't have to constantly worry any longer about attacks against myself.  

Another point I disagree with Jeffrey Sachs is the way he talks about expansion of NATO. In my view this is not a very aggressive policy or so, it is just some countries like those in east Europe they want to join because it brings safety. 

Ok ok back in the nineties NATO countries promised not to expand eastwards towards Russia, that promise is clearly not hold by those countries. On the other hand Russia does the same because when Ukraine gave up her nukes it was also Russia that guaranteed the safety of Ukraine.

It all hasn't worked out the way it was supposed to be and now we have the Vlad talking about biolabs in Ukraine and pedophiles running NATO or the EU as some vague way to justify his military adventures. 

In this world there is never a shortage of idiots.

Anyway if you want to see the Jeffrey Sachs interview on the Nord Stream stuff, as usual click on the picture below:


Video title: Jeffrey Sachs: Who really blew up the Nord Stream 2 pipeline? 
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Let me end this Tuesday update, see you on Thursday and if you see some biolabs popping up in France or Poland, please inform the Russian government... 


(17 Feb 2023) Tanks! Germany is rightfully complaining that only 50 tanks have been promised by other European countries. Of course they are a little bit pissed because just a few weeks ago there was all that pressure on Germany to do 'something' on the tank front and now this. 

So why are countries not forthcoming? Well it could be that a lot of political folks took a deep look at what they had and all of a sudden realized they don't have that much military gear at all. Don't forget a lot of armies are underfunded for a lot of years, that was the so called peace dividend.  

If it wasn't that serious it would be very funny. After all politicians complaining about other politicians is more or less their job description... I guess all I can do is wait and hope for a few more admissions. In my country it is also a pile of garbage: We only lease 18 Leopards so we don't even own them. So likely it is tough for other nations too. 


The two items for today are: 

Item 1) Seymour Hersh interviewed on Democracy Now.
Item 2) Advertisement for the latest math post.

 Item 1) Seymour Hersh interviewed on Democracy Now.

The whodunnit on the sabotage against the Nord Stream pipelines will likely continue a bit longer. Seymour was interviewed on Democracy Now, for the USA this is a very left leaning media outlet. You know lefties telling you that war is bad for the economy and lots of people die for no reason at all. 

Try explain that to the Russians, they are even deaf for the language of the coffins. Last week they had daily death toll averages of something like 850 so I am softly humming with satisfaction. 

But back to the Nord Stream stuff: The day it happened I sucked in all the information available at that moment and later in the day I tried to guesstimate whodunnit. After 2 or 3  minutes of time I arrived at the conclusion it was likely the USA. 

So why not Russia? Well Putin is a control freak and if somehow there was still gas streaming he is the one that can control the amount of gas through it. If Russia would blow up their own pipeline this kind of control would be lost. So for a control freak like Putin this all is not a logical thing to do. 

Another detail of interest is that I believe it was Denmark who after a few weeks said they would not share their findings because of 'national security concerns'. That was also strange. 

And now we have Seymour telling us it was done with cooperation of Norway I remembered that Norway all of a sudden very frantic started to guard their own oil and gas infrastructure. At the time I did not understand why they were so frantic, now we can say that if the Seymour version of reality bears some truth may be the higher echelons in Norway were afraid of a counter attack. They had a 'bad conscience' so to say.

Click on the picture for the Seymour Hersh interview:


Video title: Reporter Seymour Hersh on "How America Took Out the Nord Stream Pipeline": Exclusive TV Interview
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In my view there are also reasons as not to suspect a main European culprit; we have learned the hard was it is better to not attack each other. In this regard if it all is true the behavior of Norway is a statistical outlier. 


Joe Biden wasn't the only USA official bragging they would take it out before the war started almost one year ago. On themselves details like this do not prove the whodunnit but it all weaves a pattern that points to the USA as the main culprit.  

So that's what I think on this detail. 

 Item 2) Advertisement for the latest math post.

My latest post on the other website is about the 'Speed = The Square' type of equations. What does that mean? Well it is not physics but more or less pure math where you study how a space evolves if at every point in that space the speed of that point is the square of the position. 

So the place of the origin is very important for the behavior of a point, that is not a very physical thing. In physics the choice of a coordinate system should not influence the time evolution.

Below you see the three coordinate functions of a curve in the three dimensional complex number space. And if you want to find the speed of such a point you must find the derivative with respect to time.

If you do that you will find that at any point on this curve the speed is the square of the position in the 3D complex number space. The x, y and z with a dot above them is just a way of writing down the derivative with respect to time in a compact manner. If you have never seen it, it is called the Newton dot notation. It is just a notation, but it is from Newton and that was not a lunatic as far as I know...  


Title of the new post: Solving the ‘Speed = The Square’ equation on four different spaces. Link used:

On the internet I could not find anything about equations like this. Have the math professors once more succeeded into slamming this world into stupidity? It very much looks like it...

Lets leave it with that and try to upload this stuff to the website.
See you around & thanks for your attention. 


(15 Feb 2023) Somewhere in Turkey right through some olive orchard a giant crater emerged. It is completely unbelievable what happened over there. A geologist explained that the maximum horizontal acceleration of the earth was a staggering 8 m/s^2 or 0.8 of the gravitational acceleration constant g... Those were gigantic forces!


Click on the picture for a larger and wider version. Source is a drone video:
Investigan una enorme grieta en Turquía surgida tras el terremoto.
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Two items for today: 

 Item 1) Ukraine wants F16's from my country.
 Item 2) Seymour Hersh on the Nord Stream 1 & 2 sabotage.

 Item 1) Ukraine wants F16's from my country.

Last week the news emerged that Ukraine wants F16's from my home country. Of course that is not up to me to decide but for our government to decide yes or no. But if I could vote on the matter I think I would vote yes. 

I have no idea how to solve all these logistic problems related to repair and maintenance, just like with those tanks you need a good working maintenance team. And the Ukrainians must do that themselves, it can't be there are all kinds of Dutch military maintenance workers doing all the work. 

But if it all succeeds and even if say the F16's are only operational 50% of the time, I still estimate it is worth it. 


Of course there are the standard boundary conditions like you can only use them inside Ukraine in the course of this war. In case my government decides to not only lend them out but to give them away, in case of a future war there must be again permission to use them inside Russia. 

That is not to hinder any possible application of F16 air power, it is more that we can shout in some future year stuff like: 


All jokes aside, lets give it a try. Anyway that is what I would vote for... 

 Item 2) Seymour Hersh on the Nord Stream 1 & 2 sabotage.

Last September when the Nord Stream pipelines were bombed into insignificance of course at some point in time on that day I started trying to guess who had done this. After about 2 or 3 minutes I arrived at the conclusion that the most likely candidate was the USA. 

Last week the US journalist Seymour Hersh came out with an article stating it was indeed the USA but that also there is some involvement of Norway when it came to the precise target selection.

In general the US media completely ignores the writing of Seymour, at best they remark it is only based on one anonymous (human) source. I agree with such an approach; after it was only one silly clerk named Einstein who said something on gravity. It is only one guy that says something, you can neglect that...

In this item I want to show you two video's with opposite reactions to the Seymour Hersh article. Here we go:

Video 1: Combat Veteran Reacts explains the broad credibility Seymour has with stuff like reporting the Mai Lay massacre from the Vietnam era. It all speaks for itself:

Video title: Nord Stream 2 Destruction a Covert US Intel Op? Ukraine Withdraws from Krasna Hora? 12FEB Daily.
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Video 2: If I remember his name correctly it is Puck Anders Nielsen and likely he is from Denmark. Now Puck is far more intellectually challenging because he always has some military theory of why stuff is such or so.  

From the beginning Puck thought it was Russia that did it. I disagree with this, not because I do not like Puck's theoretical contributions but because it neglects the fact that Putin is a control freak. Therefore I consider it unlikely that the Kremlin ordered for the take down of the Nord Stream pipelines, he would loose control over the gas supply to Europe in particular Germany. 

Video title: Why is the West not reacting to Russian attacks?
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By the way, if the USA did indeed do this there are no hard feelings on my personal behalf. We had to cut Russian gas anyway but the act of sabotaging the Nord Steam pipelines is not the kind of help we are waiting for.


At last a link to Seymour his writing, I still did not have the time to read it all because it is so long. May be that is another reason US media are not reacting to it: They like to be on Tik Tok or so.

How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline
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End of this update. Think well and learn well my dear reader. 


(10 Feb 2023) Oh oh those poor Turks, death count keeps on climbing and I had not even the time to look into the geological details of why this is such a big disaster.  

On so many scales this is a giant set back for Turkey, look for example at this old castle from the second century: 


It is late already so lets go fast to the two items for today:  

Item 1) Finally the first day with over one thousand Russian deaths; praise the Lord!
Item 2) Yes yes ChatGPT is impressive, but can it master math? Likely nope.

 Item 1) Finally the first day with over one thousand Russian deaths; praise the Lord!

Some time ago when the Kremlin plans became clear I wrote stuff like "LET THE SLAUGHTER BEGIN!" Of course it was only waiting until the first day with over one thousand Russian soldiers would be there.

Of course new years eve with about 610 dead Russians in one strike was very beautiful but it was not over one thousand. Since over there at the Kremlin they are persistently stupid they think they can win it with more and more untrained conscripts and convicts.

Of course because the Kremlin is so stupid, shall I ask for so called area bombs for the Ukrainians? I have been thinking about that on and off for about three months. And I am still so unsure if that is a wise thing to ask for.
On the other hand Ukrainians always do their stinking best to not kill their fellow country people and of course in the future we need days like 2000 or 2500+ killed per day.

If I were a commander of say the Dutch military forces and looking at stuff like a thousand deaths a day, I would consider surrendering. Yet at the Kremlin they are crazy to the bone, they don't give a shit about their own death toll so now I can say: 



The photo above is very interesting: Is this one of the assisted ammo rounds? The Russians don't have stuff like that because they are crazy. And if you are crazy anyway, why would you need ammo like that? Come on a fresh bottle of Vodka is all it keeps to make any Russian tranquil & obedient... 

Let's go to the next item. 

 Item 2) Yes yes ChatGPT is impressive, but can it master math? Likely nope.

There is all that buzz of this new language model named ChatGPT. And all those people talk about it has 175 billion parameters. And as such they compare it to models with only 15 or 20 billion parameters, conclude that it is bigger but never ever try to explain what a 'parameter' actually is.

Why are humans always so shallow?

It is just like physics students or professors when they talk about electron spin: It is a vector that can point into any direction but it is only spin up or spin down. If you complain this is all not very logical at any level because they will remark: "If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you don't understand quantum mechanics".

And ok, if your stupid spin theory forces you to say that in chemical bonds the electron pair must have opposite spin, so you are marketing the idea that molecules hang together via tiny magnets that bond north to north pole, it is obvious nobody can understand quantum mechanics.

If you view electrons as magnetic monopoles you don't have this kind of weird stuff, but at the universities they are stupid too. Why do university people never understand they talk nonsense?

Back to ChatGPT: Yes it is impressive but as I view it, it is just as impressive as my old Casio fx-82 calculator that can do many calculations for you in seconds where it would you take hours of work. It's more of the same we already had.

Let me close this update with a picture where you see the good old Mandelbrot set and in it are two coordinate functions that if you differentiate them, they will return the square in the complex plane. I don't see any GPT model coming up with stuff like that anytime soon...


End of this update, ChatGPT can you tell me how to keep the number of killed Russians above one thousand a day for the foreseeable future? 

Till updates. 


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Everything on the 3D complex numbers from 2012 and 2013 is bundled together in one html file.  

A primer on the three dimensional complex numbers.

For 2014 there is page number two: Page 2   

In 2015 we proceed with page number three: Page 3 

In 2016 still zero point zero reaction from the official math professors. Ok, let's proceed with page number four: Page 4 

In Nov 2015 I opened a separate website for the three dimensional complex numbers:  


23 Dec 2014: Back in the year 1748 or so, Leonhard Euler found the very first exponential circle.  

It is also known as the Euler identity, Euler's formulae etc etc. 


In the last 2.65 years I found 10 more of these circles & periodic curves in higher dimensional complex number systems. 
I made a 25 page pdf from it. 

An overview of 10 exponential circles & periodic curves.  

Please take your time and try to understand it page by page. If you do all 25 pages in one day, very likely you will go bonkers...  


28 Oct 2015: Finally I started a new html page about electrons (and other spin half particles) that, after my humble opinion, are the long sought magnetic monopoles. 

It starts with the Ten reasons why electrons are magnetic monopoles

09 Jan 2017: The link above grew out to 41 reasons that electrons cannot be magnetic dipoles. We proceed with reason number 42 on

Page 2 as why electrons cannot be magnetic dipoles. 

Page 3 covers the stuff as found in the year 2018.

Page 4 covers the stuff for the year 2019.

Page 5 covers results found in the year 2020. 


29 Jan 2015: I made a new kind of so called Clifford algebras. As far as I can see it will have no practical value whatsoever. 
It is only six pages long, it contains no definition but only examples.
Clifford algebras cubic style


14 July 2014: Since a lot of young folks are also hanging around here I wrote a simple piece named the Water Planet.
We calculate as a start the number of water molecules in a liter of water; Here is the rest. 


19 June 2014; The noble are of product integration is a very seldom observed thing.
That is caused by the fact that in general math professors are relatively dumb people. Ok they are good in reproducing things from the past but a relative more advanced concept like a continuous product is met with a giant vacuum inside their brains.
So if those folks were talented they would use it and given the fact almost nobody uses it, the dire straits of average math departments is clear... 

Ten styles for product integration and product differentiation.  

09 Jan 2015: Later I rewrote the piece a little bit using the curly font from Richard Gill for writing the product integral. 

The content has not changed, the difference is only the curly symbol used... 

Ten styles for product integration and product differentiation with the curly notation


Some old math I wrote about 13 years ago, it is very simple to understand: you can differentiate and integrate all geometrical objects. And when you triangulate a landscape or a movie scene properly you can later in a computer change the position of the camera. Of course you need a new file format because the goody good mpg format won't work.
This might be of future interest for police or stuff like that (you can change the camera viewpoint to that of the victims or that of the criminals. Of course this is not a miracle; missing information can only be repaired at a certain level but anyway... The math is there and it is waiting to be used!
(Ok you also need geometrical integration but that's a cakewalk, some geometric projection theory, lots of self repairing codes and very very difficult: a good camera device. But if these conditions are met you can later change the camera viewpoint...)


(17 Oct 2008) This morning I finished a very simple and non technical article about statistical testing of poisons in food. It is so horrible non technical that even political leaders can understand it's content; only seldom I have sunken so low...

Here is the pdf file.


A pdf file explaining why we likely never ever will have nuclear fusion as a reliable source of unlimited energy...  



Sayings from famous and unknown people that shed light on their insights and their emotional daily running system:

Phrase nr one (from Dubya or the present lame duck president of the USA):

"The reason we start a war is to fight a war, win a war, thereby causing no more war!"
--The first Presidential debate

Phrase nr two, also from Dubya but I have to pump it up from my memory so there might be some little faults in it (it was some weeks after the 911 attacks on the USA):

The enemy is so evil that most people in the USA do not know what they do why they do!

Phrase nr three from the former USA secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld (if my memory is correct he spoke these words in the week from 16 to 21 October 2001, at that point in time we were on the height of the anthrax scares): 

And it makes you wonder; How does he do it? And we would like to ask this person to come on over to our side and together fight the war on terror.

Phrase nr four is from me myself & I:

To understand your own 'logical thinking' you must know that logical thinking is only the first derivate of emotion. That is why all attempts towards artificial intelligence have failed: computers do not have emotion build in but we humans, like all other animals,  do.
The above mentioned three phrases of my enemies only expose their emotional system, lets destroy that system...

Phrase nr five is from US celebrity Donald Trump. A few weeks before this the famous Lancet report was published calculating Iraqi civil death toll at 650 thousand (this with a relatively large but acceptable standard deviation):

For myself I use 400 thousand killed.

Phrase nr six is from CNN's Larry King (CNN is received in 200 countries so therefore the CNN management thinks it's wise that Larry King can parade every day one or more American celebrities). When King was asked why he did not use the internet he responded:

There are a billion things on the internet.

Phrase nr seven is one more from the former US secretary of defense. After a few years in the war on terror he was asked what it all boiled down to. He said:

Can we kill the terrorists in a faster rate than the massandra's spit them out?

Phrase nr eight is from Osama bin Laden. The phrase is very worthwhile mentioning because the US CIA folks were in the past very satisfied with 'Just a few weapon deliveries and we lured the Russians into Afghanistan'.

When America needed us to fight their proxy war against Russia they supported us. The moment the Russians left Afghanistan we were irrelevant. 

Phrase nr nine is from US four star general Peter Pace, he made it during a memorial speech on 11 Sept 2006 (exactly five years after the 9/11 attacks from 2001).
At that point in time total US military death toll already stood above the number of civilians killed on 9/11/2001.

Right now the total amount of killed US military members is approaching the civil death toll from nine September 2001.

Phrase nr 10 is again from me myself & I. It is around the rebuilding of the organization after the military campaign in Afghanistan.

Make sure to imitate the way the German army was organized after world war one; That is make sure that every member can function properly until up three hierarchical layers higher. If you do that you can grow with an enormous speed in the future when this is needed.

Phrase nr eleven is also from me myself & I. It is to proof that I can be stupid too. I do not know when I wrote it but it was a long time ago.
I asked the Iraqis the next:

Can you hold on one more year? After that things will get better, I promise.

You just don't imagine how much I have regretted those words, after that the US military came with bonuses of up to 70 thousand dollars for enlisting / reenlisting and how could I have been so stupid as to not have foreseen this?
I mean the Americans run their country on the greenback & why was I outside reality? Why?

Phrase number twelve is from a peace loving female neighbor of mine, her name is Geertruida.

We people we can speak, so we should not fight war but speak with each other until our differences are solved.

Of course I had to remark: Because we have speech we are much better in making war compared to other animal species. 

Phrase nr thirteen is from the present al Qaida leader in Iraq. I mention it because I think it was a very important detail, it was made in his first statement after he took over from Zarqawi.

We need help from scientists, let it be in the field of communications, chemistry, medics, biologicals or whatever what. You can live your dream and kill the Americans on a large scale inside their bases. You can fulfill your scientific dreams.

Phrase nr fourteen is from CNN's war whore Christiana Armanpour. Why do I call a whore where in fact she is a respected senior correspondent?
That is because she understands the difference between a 'commodity driven war' and one that is not driven by that.
In the entire Iraqi war no CNN reporter has emphasized that Iraq is very much 'commodity driven' (read stealing the oil) but when Tony Blair resigns she says:

He wanted military assistance in Bosnia although there are no commodities over there.

(Or words of similar phrasing, I do not recall her exact words but they boiled down to the above.)   


Not all my hobbies evolve around war, death and destruction, or financial markets. No, I also like to cook food and stuff. There will not be many recipes but here is the index to some food I made, it is just a small fraction of what I cook. A very small fraction but the goal is to come to a feast meal for the Iraqis and Afghanis. So it likely will take a few more years...

























































Title: A 2022 condolences card to the US dollar.