Navigation in Local Spacetime For Engineers – Introduction

One of the classes I was assigned at UCF, was "Chemistry For Engineers".  It was a cut-class for the School of Engineering - which had no chemical engineering degree path.  The faculty of the School hoped that an assistant professor in Chemistry would be the scapegoat or fall "person", for cutting their own frosh engineering …

Some Thoughts on an Issue of Causality and Digital Data Revisited

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, except as noted by Dr Kenneth Michael Beck (Revised 02JUN19) If for two data sets (e.g., hexadecimal encryptions) which maybe reduced (conserved) to two binary data sets, one located in the reference frame of the observer and the other data set in a unspecified frame, [This is just Emma Noether's famous test …

NASA Deep Space Navigation goes back in time to a simpler, bureaucratic past or does it? “NASA Conned in a spoof?”

A typical chip-scale Cesium (Cs) Atomic Clock available for service at $1500 a pop in 2011 Deep Space Atomic Clock   The Deep Space Mercury Ion (Hg+) atomic clock is much bigger. To my minds eye, it seems "less simple". From NASA Goddard: "For 20 years, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, has been …