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Topic: factor of 10^6 for energy of nuclear events compared to chemistry
events #1451 New Physics #1801 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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 plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com Posts: 7,938 Registered: 3/31/08
Re: factor of 10^6 for energy of nuclear events compared to chemistry
events #1451 New Physics #1801 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Sep 4, 2013 1:31 PM

On Wednesday, September 4, 2013 12:17:52 PM UTC-5, Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
> In the below, the first link of chemical bond to nuclear bond is in distance where the factor 10^6 comes up, and in the second link of chemical bond to nuclear bond is in time where the factor 10^6 again reappears. But now I want a third link of chemical bond to nuclear bond in that the energy involved in transformation of chemical bond versus nuclear bond should also have a factor of 10^6.
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> We see this energy link in the fact that one of the highest temperatures reached is in chemistry of the Maxwell Equations of the plasma of a lightning bolt strike versus the temperature of the surface of the sun.
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> Using Wikipedia as source under "temperature", they list Sun's visible surface 5,505 C and lightning bolt strike as 28,000 C and CERN's proton vs nucleus collisions as 10^12 C
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> So, if the Maxwell Equations are the only explanation to every phenomenon that goes on, that is, everything that happens is just the Maxwell Equations, then this factor of 10^6 must appear in terms of distance, in terms of time, and in terms of energy.
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> So that the lightning bolt strike is Maxwell Equation energy and the CERN proton collisions is Maxwell Equations energy
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> In that Wikipedia source they give the peak emittance wavelength of black-body radiation
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> Lightning Bolt's Channel 28,000 C 100 nm (far ultraviolet light)
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> CERN's proton vs nucleus collisions 10^12 C 3*10^-7 nm (gamma rays)
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> So for the third link we have this:
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> Now here is the 10^6 factor:
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> lightning electron flow                     100 nm
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> __________      proportional to         _________
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> nucleus proton flow                         3*10^-7 nm
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> That reduces to this when we cross multiply:
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> 10^-6 lightning energy = nucleus proton energy
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Sorry I was typing too fast and it should read like this for which I changed in the original with a (sic) sign:

That reduces to this when we reduce to lowest terms and multiply :

10^6 lightning energy flow = nucleus proton energy flow