Tuesday, March 26, 2013

SVM Physical Pressure

In the Standard Vibration Model, physical pressure is the result of two or more non bonding Baryon's electron shells impact one another deforming the shell. The greater the impact the greater the deformity in the shell. This causes electrons to move across the shell in a non-uniform manner. This deformation also affects the rotation of the Baryon.

Gluon length is vital in pressure. The greater the pressure on the Baryon, the smaller the Gluons become to increase rotation speed. The less pressure on the Baryon, the Gluons grow in length slowing rotation. 
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