User talk:Geek3

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Thank you very much[edit]

I like your graphics.

Solo again[edit]

Dear Geek3,

I appreciate your attention with my proposals. you will have probably realized they are somehow bizarre. this is because mine is a brainstorming attitude, not always caring with standard thinking, rather than purely rational as the conventional scientific approach, 'cause I think if there's some solution to the nuclear fusion problem it will be an idea before and a fact afterwards with the corresponding scientific formulation, given that from my point of view new ideas don't seem to come from the simply mechanical application of the already known ones. creativity seems to me to be the intermittent flow of a third psychological factor not concerned with already known natural phenomenons only, but something that firstly see possible interrelations between them and then it looks for the way for their materialization in the form of a new phenomenon. from this point of view, it seems something that arranges known things in a different way to create a new thing. I have some ideas in mind, may be just so foolish as those I've shown to you till now, that I'd would like to study carefully to learn from them till the smallest detail rather than disregarding them at first sight as a worthless matter, but I feel totally unable to share and discuss them with you here in your talk page. I understand and respect your personal compromise with Wikimedia Commons to make all knowledges available to everybody. in fact, though I'm not a wiki user (at least by now), all my works are registered under Cretive Commons and GNU licenses, but I'd like to have something really consistent to share in this domain rather than experimental speculations only, though I totally agree in sharing online any interesting or provisional conclusion if possible someday. I'd like you to know how much I'd need to be able to manage with a software like yours. I've sought it on the net but I've found nothing so clear like your VectorFieldPlot and your Gallery of images. no matter it's 2D only, 'cause I think it's pretty enough for basic investigative purposes, since it's a very accurate program totally fit to visualize many possible speculations. please, excuse me for being so dare as to tell you I think you're using this software to simply reproduce already known magnetic interactions, 'cause I cannot but see a high potential in both your software and your personal knowledges on electromagnetism. I thank you sincerely again for the brief conversations we have had these days, but my mind is full of questions that I think I cannot resolve here. if you'd like to contact me by email, you'll find my address on the website at the end of my first message to you. it is not my personal mail, but a special account I created for this subject only. otherwise, thanks a lot for your kindness. I think you're one of those great guys who make the internet project something worth to work for.

best wishes


P.D. I've not undestood yet how to answer your messages here in your talk page without creating a new message!!! it's clear there's always something to learn.

a single subject-b[edit]

Solo again. thanks for your answer.

well, when I said “applying a high frequency AC to these magnets” I mean “an as high as possible frequency AC for the magnets”, though I must recognize I didn’t consider the inductance of the magnets as a hindrance. I’m sorry for the impreciseness, but I’ve read here and there that the inner poloidal coils in Tokamaks are fed by an alternating current, and some tests have been performed applying this type of energy input to this kind of toroidal reactors too. since these are “big magnets”, I thought the same alternating current could be used for the configurations I proposed in the webpage I sent you with my last post.

now I’d like to show you some technical details about the AC frequency and the B-field symmetry among other things. they are an appendix to the previous work. you can see them in the following webpage: there are mostly images and a few text only. of course, any comment from you about them would be highly valuable for me.

P.S. thanks for your advice about “standing on the shoulders of giants”, but my current possibilities to study their works are indeed much more limited than what I’d like it now, and I’m afraid these giants are already too big for me. this is one of the reasons why I’m addressing to you. however, if I’m being boring with my crazy questions, please, tell me. I’d never wish to waste your time nor abuse of your kindness.

Bug in VectorFieldPlot[edit]

Hi Geek3,

did you see my report in

Best regards,

Andi — Preceding unsigned comment added by And1mu (talk • contribs) 18:30, 27 November 2016 (UTC)


Optional —Preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 05:51, 30 October 2019 (UTC)

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Yours sincerely, GMGtalk 21:18, 20 February 2020 (UTC)

accessing File:Mplwp universe scale evolution.svg to change language to French[edit]

Looking at usage File:Mplwp_universe_scale_evolution.svg, the file at each country is in English (but the application of English isn't true at least of the originating sources i.e. Einstein was German) - the subject is globally relevant and of universal importance, so should be accessable to other languages in their own language for interpretation, but there isn't any edit function that allows a translation to be made to the file.


Diametakomisi (talk) 13:25, 5 March 2020 (UTC)

Luckily the image comes with its source code. So in order to create a translation, you save the code, edit the labels to any language, then execute the script, and upload the translated file with a new name, e.g. Mplwp universe scale evolution (language).svg. Alternatively one can carefully edit the svg source with a text editor to put the text in a <switch><g systemLanguage="..."> Tag, then upload it as a multilingual version. See Commons:Translation_possible/Learn_more#Multiple_translations_within_one_SVG_file. --Geek3 (talk) 15:34, 5 March 2020 (UTC)


Dear Geek3, I'ld like to use drawings af field lines made with VectorFieldPlot in a textbook on general physics for engineers. The book will be published this or next year by Hanser Verlag. Are there any requirements or restrictions to do so? Kind regards WEfitzroy — Preceding unsigned comment added by WEfitzroy (talk • contribs) 13:36, 6 March 2020 (UTC)

If you create your own custom images with VectorFieldPlot, those will have no restrictions. You can apply your own license. If you like, you can mention VectorFieldPlot as a reference. You can also come back to me if you have questions about specific field arrangements. --Geek3 (talk) 14:26, 6 March 2020 (UTC)

Why Gallery of Wigner distribution functions in Fock states page subsection Bosonic fock states?[edit]

As title, wondering why you added Gallery of Wigner distribution functions to this section such as File:Wignerfunction fock 0.png. Wigner functions are not referred to anywhere else in this article. Thanks! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Xunger08 (talk • contribs) 03:09, 17 March 2020 (UTC)

The Wigner function is one of the most illustrative ways to display Fock states. Those distributions are heavily used in physics and should also be available on Wikipedia. But you are right, maybe they should be referenced in the article, or there might even be a better suited article? --Geek3 (talk) 11:12, 17 March 2020 (UTC)

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