Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Electron minimum/maximum read/write

The electron has a minimum and a maximum temperature, frequency, wave length that it can read or write. If any of these exceeded then the electron cannot read or write the information.

So if there are photon wave that have frequencies that are below the electron threshold, this means that the photon wave has travel too far and it temp is to low, or it has been modified by other fields that would extend the wave length.

For maximum temperatures electrons cannot exist. For example those black holes that I described http://aaronsreality.blogspot.com/2008/10/black-hole-flares.html

The temperature for the black body object referred to as a black hole exceeds 15000k. This temperature is to high for atoms to fully form. When the temperature drops below 5200k electrons can release photon waves.

In conclusion a photon that has a wave length that is too long will have a temperature that is too low for the electron to read. Even the largest atoms cannot read a wave length that is larger than the atom electron path.

An antenna is a series of atoms that allow an electron to pass along the length of the antenna to read the long wave length. Some wave lengths are so long that they will pass around the solar system. These photon waves are so cold that they seem unnoticeable. But if you built an antenna large enough you would register them. They would be read.

If the temperature is too high, the electron cannot form.
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