Thursday, April 23, 2009

Variables Involved in Baryonic Motion

δDn= δDp+(ΔδM+ΔδE+ΔδT)

Where:

δDn = Baryonic density of object, not effected by dark matter boundaries.
where δDp Previous baryonic density of object = (δMET)/(1/2bcSin(A))
where a,b,c are the lengths of Gluons
where A,B,C are the angles between Gluons at the Quarks

δM = Magnetic field (W Boson) emitted from and read by Baryon. The W Boson is related to the rotational speed of the Baryon. In the case of uud, the 2 u quarks spin in a cone shape around the d Quark. The center of this cone is the rotational axis. The faster the spin the more intense the W Boson. The Voltage = the rotational speed.

δE = Electric field (Z Boson) emitted from and read by Baryon.
The uu rotational plane is perpendicular to the Z Boson field . The down quark lies on the rotational axis and is the direction of charge.

using Density Function Theory Introduction
ABCs of DFT
(DFT Wiki)

δT = Temperature field (Photon) emitted from and read by Leptons (Electrons) of the Baryon.
using Planck's spectral black body equations
u(v,T) = (8πhv^3/C^3)(1/e^(hv/kT)-1)
u(λ,T) = ((8πhc)/λ^5)*(1/e^(hc/λkT)-1)

This occurs during one spin of the object.
Equilibrium state:
t01 = beginning of vibrations entrance to the Dark Energy Ruleset.
where
Work state:
t11 = change period of Baryon. Application of work equations.
where δD= δDp+(ΔδM+ΔδE+ΔδT)
Equilibrium state:
t02 = beginning of vibrations entrance to the Dark Energy Ruleset.
where δD = (δMET)/(1/2bcSin(A))
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