Mysterylights Group Message 0147

Subject: Re: about Kelvin
From: "ozestrange" <ozestrange@...>
Date: 12 Mar 2002 05:49


Thank you very much for the technical breakdown.

all the best


> dear mike,
> here is short description about measurement Kelvin degree.
> I'm goint to mentioned other topics from you,as time permits.
> If we develop a measurement sample profile together about Kelvin, 
we can understand better. The subject is the creation of a 
measurement profile, similar profiles can be created always.
> We both know the Kelvin degrees of sunlight or sun . And also we 
know that sunlight includes many light and colour spectrums inside. 
So, we have a serious resource !.
> If we display (with good quality technical photo) sun with a filter 
showing only red or yellow(just a sample), the high density (d max) 
areas (in the picture,each colour) are equal to Kelvin degree of 
sun.These values can be found by measuring the voltage values of 
colours with a transparent film spectral photometer.So we can obtain 
a %99 reliable sample profile.
> The last thing to do is formulate and compare the spectral values 
of the other obtained photo, masked with the same colour filters, 
with it's original. It is shortly like this; but as I said, special 
measurement profiles can be obtained with many methods. These are the 
methods excluding the well-known applications of equipments and 
techniques told above, and new application techniques developed by 
us. It is a very complex subject. It is needed to have many various 
reliable half tone film reproductions done.To provide their 
reliability is a subject of another occupation and calibration or 
entering the formulas to the measurement equipment need some other 
> We, TUVPO, have got some of such measurement profiles prepared 
before. None of the profiles can be sold out, they are prepared for 
special necessities.
> The ALPs can be determined as a result of such complicated 
processes. But like a simple resource (sun) as told above, cannot be 
found any measurement profiles (skalas)where in the ALP studies. The 
most considerable part is the preparation of a detailed profile of 
various light resources.For instance when gasses are burned (or 
trigerred electric), they form some various colours and different 
profiles are prepared for every other gas as methane and radon. The 
light which is appeared when electric energy is discharging also has 
a different profile.TUVPO had developed piezoelectric measurement 
profile specially.
> I guess you know that I am having trouble as I am telling these to 
you in English, because I am trying to un use technical terms as much 
as possible.
> I can say that preparing such profiles takes most of our time. The 
measurement process is the last and the least part of the whole 
process. At the same time we use these datas in UFO observations too.
> As a result, I am a UFO related person, so do TUVPO.
> The ALP study is a team-work and many scientists' (in various 
branches) participation is needed. However, this team unfortunately 
cannot exactly come together. maybe an international team can be 
establish someday. ?
> regards
> E.Erkmen
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