BOGUS FIELDS

Garbage In, Garbage Out…Get used to me trashing these fields!!! I do not trash your good renderings of their ridiculousness. Treat this like a sport; skeet shooting comes to mind.  WHIZZZwhrrrrr……………. >BANG<

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13 thoughts on “BOGUS FIELDS

  1. The DKS tangent field goes as r sin cos…. over a square of (r^2 + cos^2) I woulda thought to see a little strength in the 45 degree region, but WHATEVER, haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
    The quantity r^2 – cos^2 IN KERR COORDS is equal to Cartesian R^2 – 1… it works nicely describing a circle in CARTESIAN SPACE… where the radial field vanishes, ahhhh, we mathematicians love this term.

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  2. Everything looks nice in the far field !!! These fields fail to integrate adequately for energy total. I need to know exactly what yer program figures for color ‘density’ inside…I am sitting down to paper to look at the near-field of DKS squared, energy density. Be right back.

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  3. Oh boy, details, hmmmmm. I HAVE THE NEAR ENERGY DENSITIES. The ‘r’ in the numerator of tangent field kills it, except going out… DENSITY FROM THE RADIAL FIELD goes only as inverse cosine (^4). Thus IT IS SHELVED thruout the center region. AWRIIIIIIGHT.
    Get used to me trashing these fields!!! I do not trash your good renderings of their ridiculousness. Treat this like a sport; skeet shooting comes to mind WHIZZwhrrrr……..>BANG<

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  4. WILD… thanks !!! You are right, I am looking at the field IN KERRSPACE.m This is a very interesting lesson mostly in the geometry, knowing how the tangential field goes as sin cos, and is strong at 45 degrees IN KERRSPACE. It must involve also the red line of x-axis, but this is not so clear. I have a problem seeing the red line in the center. Tangential DKS field has ‘r’ in the numerator, and also goes away at the SPIN axis.

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  5. Steve I am confused because I thought you said one pic is only radial field. . . Analytically once we are near the x-axis, Kerr ‘theta’ is tied to x as x = sin (theta). Once when I was beating hard around the bush with Alexander Burinskii, I said, how do you write Cartesian radius??? He answered, interestingly, only: r^2 + sin^2 ,,, hmmmmm OK.

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