Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Gravity is an easy way to dismiss chemistry

To a physist, the dust surrounding the sun coalesed through gravity a little heat and poof a planet is formed. Simple right.

But what happened to chemistry; Bonding of molecules, magnetoelectrodynamics, plasma and so many other issues. Physist rarely incorperate known chemical interactions into their models. Chemistry introduces too many problems into physics models. So it has its own field.

Gravity dismissed Electromagnetism in much the same manner. It is said by mainstream physists that solar weather has little effect on the earth or its inhabitants.

This model describes the interaction of gluon density and how baryons produce bosons to interact with other baryons. This model describes all the interactions required for a baryon to affect the baryons around it.

The rules of this model show a net attempt to attain symmetry but through baryonic interaction symmetry is never attained.

A baryon expresses information about itself by using bosons. The Z Boson transfers electric information to and from electrons.

The W+/- Boson is magnetism. The W+/- has one other interaction with photons. This is called the Zeeman Effect. This effect stops a photon if the W+/- is powerful enough and pulls the photon to the Electron.

The photon expresses information about temperature and spectra. It uses wavelength, frequency and rotation to produce this information. Spectra is everything on the frequency except what the emittor is not and the magnetic fields the photon passed through.

A new problem. CMEs travel through space creating a MACH speed. So much for the vacuum of space!

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