суббота, 21 ноября 2015 г.

09. THE HEAT

09. THE HEAT

From everyday experience, as well as from observations of scientists we know that the heated and radioactive chemical elements emit "heat". Let's examine what is meant by the term "heat".
Approximately speaking, "the heat" - that's all that heated and radioactive chemical elements emit.
1) Second, the heat - it's the ether itself emitted by particles with the Fields of Repulsion Fields in the composition of the heated element. Thus, the ether emitted by a chemical element (its Field of Repulsion) - this is the first component of the “heat”.
2) First, here are the elementary particles of varying quality, which were part of a chemical element before it began to disintegrate during the heating process. Emitted elementary particles can be regarded as the second component of the "heat". Emitted elementary particles emitted mainly represented by particles forming the peripheral layers of the chemical elements. As you already know, the peripheral layers of chemical elements usually consist of radio, microwave, infrared and visible photons. These are particles of higher levels of the Physical Plan.
Here it should be noted that the radioactive decay of heavy elements occurs as a result of a natural very big degree of transformation of the quality of elementary particles produced in the process of gravity. I.e. the cause of radioactive decay is also the process of increasing of temperature. More detailed about the process of radioactive decay we will talk separately.
Not coincidentally, in the beginning, giving a definition of "heat", we use the expression "approximately". The fact that the elementary particles can be emitted not only as a result of heating of the chemical element, of which they are part. Elementary particles can be emitted due to the appearance in them in relation to another element the Force of Attraction larger than the total Force of Attraction to their own element. In other words, the emission of particles is due to the attraction to another element. Particles emitted in this way can also be considered as the second component of "heat". Although the mechanism of the emission in this case is somewhat different than in the case of emission of the heated element.
And now we return to the consideration of the emission process of both components of the "heat" of heated chemical elements.
In the composition of any chemical element there are elementary particles with the Fields of Repulsion. However, not every chemical element has the total, manifested outwardly the Field of Repulsion.
In the world around us in the universe there are different types of chemical elements - with Fields of Attraction (of various magnitudes), with Fields of Repulsion (of various magnitudes too) and neutral.
Let’s take, for example, the chemical elements, which are and out of the process of heating (out of additional transformation) have the Fields of Repulsion. The presence at them the Fields of repulsion is explained that in their composition the particles with Repulsion Fields are dominated. Amount of ether emanating from them is enough and to "ensure" the particles with Fields of Attraction in the composition of these elements and to emit ether outside. Representatives of this type of elements are typical non-metals, which at normal conditions are gases. We can say that such elements in normal unheated state emit "heat" – i.e. ether, a Field of Repulsion. If we will heat such elements, the amount of emitted ether ("heat") will be greatly increased. And there occurs a rapid expansion of the substance - "explosion".
However, most existing elements at normal conditions have not Fields of Repulsion but Fields of Attraction of various sizes. Such elements must be heated in order in the particles with Repulsion Fields in their composition the magnitude of these fields increased. This would lead in the result of increase in the degree of heating (degree of transformation) to the appearance in these elements of Fields of Repulsion.
During the process of heating there occurs not only an enhancement of the Fields of Repulsion of the particles, but also a replacement of small in values Fields of Attraction by Fields of Repulsion. As a rule, the more is the number in the composition of a chemical element of particles with Fields of Attraction, and the larger the magnitude of these fields, the harder it is to bring an element into a state when it will have a Field of Repulsion, and it will begin to emit ether outside (one of the components of the “heat").
Thus, one component of the “heat" is ether emitted by a heated chemical element, and the other is elementary particles emitted by this element. Emitted elementary particles move by inertia, and therefore have during such movement the Field of Repulsion – i.e. emit ether. Thus, the second component of the “heat” is also ether, but moving along with its source - with the particle.
Both components of the heat if they meet on the path other elements heat them. And the process repeats itself ... The heated elements emit particles and ether, which heats encountered elements on the path, etc.
Elementary particles emitted by the heated elements form streams. These streams are the “electromagnetic waves”. Electromagnetic waves distributing in environments of chemical elements are gradually weaken.

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