Monday, July 20, 2015

How Temperature Affects Magnetism through Nuclear Dynamics.

This is the logic of how a hot air balloon rises in this model. Atom C is hotter than atom D.

On a single Baryon, a Hydrogen Atom, this is atom D. A Photon emitted from another Baryon C is collected by the W+/- Boson, magnetism of D. This process of stopping a Photon in motion is called the Zeeman effect. The W+/- Boson induces a Z Boson. Between the W+/- and the Z Boson is the Electron. The result of this process is Photons can now hit Electron. Previously Electrons would be to small to hit Photons and Photons are too small to interfere with electrons. Photons are too fast to hit something moving at the speed of electricity. This is the process of collecting the Photon from Baryon C and preparing the information for the Baryon D.

Our Photon has hit the magnetic field and is now converted to electric information. This is carried to the Baryon (atomic core) via the Z Boson. The Z Boson connects to the rotating Baryon at the Tau where the 2 similar Gluons are intertwined and rotating. The example the Tau decreases the length of the Gluons. This causes the Baryon to increase angular rotation momentum. In this example Gluons in Baryon D would now increase the rate of angular momentum. Now Baryon D would show a higher temperature.

Now the Muon on the opposite Gluon emits changes to the W+/- field. This is dependent upon the new angular momentum. 
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