concurrence of Fusion Barrier Principle with total-ionization Chapt13.40072 Strong Nuclear force as a chemical bond leads to total-ionization #504 New Physics #624 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
May 9, 2012 10:58 AM
Re: concurrence of Fusion Barrier Principle with total-ionization Chapt13.40072 Strong Nuclear force as a chemical bond leads to total-ionization #504 New Physics #624 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
May 9, 2012 10:58 AM
On Tue, 08 May 2012 13:57:29 -0700, Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
> Chapt13.40072 Concurrence of Fusion Barrier Principle with total- > ionization > > There is probably a better word to use than concurrence, but it is the > best I can think of at this moment. The idea here is that of compliance > or concurrence or agreement. > > The Fusion Barrier Principle is the idea that if all of physics comes > from axioms that has > all of chemistry plus the Maxwell Equations, for if you had chemistry by > itself would be chemistry, but if you add the Maxwell Equations (include > Dirac Equation) on top of all of chemistry you end up with all of > Physics. And the fusion-barrier principle is the realization that the > Faraday law packs more energy than does the Coulomb law. The Coulomb law > versus the Faraday law, if Faraday law has 1 unit of energy then the > Coulomb law has 2/3 unit of energy at best. A tokamak is a machine that > uses the Faraday law to control every aspect of the machine and the > fusion that occurs needs to overcome the Coulomb law, but the Coulomb > law is always 2/3 energy while the Faraday law is always 1 unit of > energy. The proof simply realizes that a sphere inside a enclosing > cylinder is 2/3 volume or 2/3 surface area. > > Now we ask, with our new insight of what the Strong Nuclear Force is, > for it is a chemical bond of proton to neutron, much like the metallic > bond that rhenium atoms have for other rhenium atoms for its boiling > point is so huge. So we ask how is the Fusion Barrier Principle > understood and explained in terms of this Strong Nuclear Force between > proton and neutron as a chemical bond? It is explained that at very hot > plasmas, such as in tokamaks we reach a level of heat inside that plasma > that it begins to split apart the nucleus of atoms and returns them into > being hydrogen ions rather than the fusion into helium. There is a level > of heat that deuterium or tritium rather becomes hydrogen ions rather > than forming helium. > > So that is the concurrence, of where Faraday's law packs 1 unit of > energy and the Coulomb law at best packs only 2/3 unit of energy, versus > the particle view, where > at a certain temperature and heat of plasma, the deuterium and tritium > are more prone to disintegration into hydrogen ions rather than fusing > to become helium. > > Archimedes Plutonium > http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium > whole entire Universe is just one big atom where dots of the > electron-dot-cloud are galaxies
I remember back when you were Ludwig, and you announced your name change.
The problem is, back then there were still a few real scientist in sci.physics. Now there are some real wackos that make you look... ... absolutely credible.