
Re: Cosmic Blackbody Microwave Background Radiation proves Atom Totality and dismisses Big Bang Chapt 3 #151; ATOM TOTALITY
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Jun 10, 2010 3:30 AM


Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > II. Cosmic characteristics and features; support > Chapter (3) uniform blackbody 2.71 K cosmic microwave background > radiation and Dark Night sky: Olber's Paradox fully answered > > I no longer remember in which edition that I had the Blackbody Cosmic > Microwave Background Radiation as the top supporting piece of evidence > but then thought otherwise. In the case of Wegener with Continental > Drift theory, > he had to wait for the top evidence of the seafloor spreading. I > believe the top evidence > for the Atom Totality theory, right here and now, is the blackbody > microwave radiation. > It is impossible for the Big Bang theory to explain that one single > outstanding piece of > factual data. > > What I am trying to do with DeBroglie is show how the electrons of the > 231Pu Atom > Totality form a cavity, a electron cavity or box and where the Coulomb > Interactions > of the Atom Totality creates this 2.71 K microwave blackbody > radiation. > > The book LA THERMODYNAMIQUE DE LA PARTICULE ISOLEE > (OU THERMODYNAMIQUE CACHEE DES PARTICULES) > (btw, I like that title with the word "cachee" > and obviously this book is written in French and it is > one of the > greatest books ever written. It is truly amazing of > the dazzling genius > of Debroglie to have anticipated so much in advance) > written by > Debroglie, 1964, considers the relativistic > fluctuations of mass of > subatomic particles such as the protons, electrons. > And then associates > temperature with a relativistic statistical mechanic. > > > I am following Debroglie's intuition, except > replacing relativistic > mass fluctuations with statistical quantum > fluctuations of the Coulomb > interactions for a plutonium atom in order to derive > an intrinsic > associated temperature for an electron cavity, which > is simply the > space occupied by an electron of 231 plutonium atom. > Let me use 95!/2 or either 232!/2 as the "Coulombic > states" and with > this large number of statistical interactions, I > propose to find an > intrinsic temperature for the 94th electron of an > isolated plutonium > atom. > From pages 94101, Debroglie works with the formula > 1/T = dS/dL > where T is temperature, dS is the derivative of > entropy with respect to > the lagrangian L which is kinetic energy of a system > minus the > potential energy of that system. Debroglie derives > the formula m_0cc = > kT_0 , then where M_0 is proportional to the factor > e^(S/k) as M_0 = > m_0 thus the entropy is proportional to the Boltzmann > factor > e^(M_0/m_0), thence 1/T = e^(M_0/m_0)/ d L. Now > taking the idea of a > neutron of a neptunium atom radioactively growing to > transform into a > plutonium atom in which the term d L is very close to > 1 by the factor > (neutron/neutron)  ((proton + electron)/neutron). > So 1/T = > e^(188/186) K/1 which is 1/T = 1/e^(188/186) K. So > the thermodynamic > of the isolated plutonium atom or the blackbody > temperature of a > plutonium atom is e^188/186 K which is the value of > 2.74 degrees > Kelvin. The presently determined value by the COBE > satellite for the > cosmic background microwave temperature of the > observable universe is > 2.735 + 0.06 K. I assert that it is not coincidence > that the value for > the cosmic background microwave radiation temperature > of 2.7 is close > to the value of the number "e" in maths.
Reality check: would this numerology have given the same answer 56 billion years ago when the CMB was closer to 5 K? Or was e different back then? What about 10 billion years ago when it was even hotter?
 Mike Dworetsky
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