Einstein@Home team grows

Bernd Machenschalk
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Topic 196268

Please give a warm welcome to Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein - whom you already know as moderator "Bikeman" - as the newest official member of the Einstein@Home project team!

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Einstein@Home team grows

You'll always be Bikeman to me Heinz. :) Congratulations!

Mike Hewson
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Way to go HB ! :-) Cheers,

Way to go HB ! :-)

Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter ...

... and my other CPU is a Ryzen 5950X :-) Blaise Pascal

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Welcome and congratulations!

Welcome and congratulations! :)

Jim Wilkins
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Welcome aboard . Hope you

Welcome aboard . Hope you keep your moderator duties also.

Bikeman (Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein)
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Hi! Thanks for the warm

Hi!

Thanks for the warm welcome in my new function. Yes, I will keep moderating the forum after joining the AEI. I hope I didn't neglect it too much lately while I was busy moving my household to a town closer to Hannover.

P.S.: Somebody should study the mysterious gravitational fields of basement storage rooms, attics etc...they do have a strong tendency to accrete useless stuff all by themselves (or did *I* really put all that stuff there?? hmmm....

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Donald A. Tevault
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RE: Hi! Thanks for the

Quote:

Hi!

Thanks for the warm welcome in my new function. Yes, I will keep moderating the forum after joining the AEI. I hope I didn't neglect it too much lately while I was busy moving my household to a town closer to Hannover.

P.S.: Somebody should study the mysterious gravitational fields of basement storage rooms, attics etc...they do have a strong tendency to accrete useless stuff all by themselves (or did *I* really put all that stuff there?? hmmm....

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From my own experience, I have to say that you are correct. A study of this sort would definitely be worthwhile.

Mike Hewson
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I think it's the Steady State

I think it's the Steady State Theory of Gold/Bondi/Hoyle/etc redux, which required some continuous creation of matter. Clearly they were looking in the wrong place ( far outer space ) .... :-)

Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter ...

... and my other CPU is a Ryzen 5950X :-) Blaise Pascal

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Oh! it's not special to the

Oh! it's not special to the institutes basement. We observe it here too. I'm. scared that div F : of matter flow field is >0. Entropy also.

Mike Hewson
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Per Wikipedia you need

Per Wikipedia you need roughly one hydrogen atom per cubic meter per billion years. Terrestrial nooks and crannies in this last century alone would thus easily account for half the known Universe ... hmmmm .... maybe it's not the Big Bang after all, maybe it's all just accelerating away from us. :-)

Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter ...

... and my other CPU is a Ryzen 5950X :-) Blaise Pascal

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