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space is light, and heat, and all other EMR


trevor borocz johnson
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Space is not only light but heat as well. As the space between atoms becomes less because of pressure in the core of a planet, the hotter it gets. So the stronger space is squeezed by gravity or energy, the stronger that area of space will be with all EMR energy including heat. 

The energy of gravity is a vacuum field that is hot. Because  a planet doesn't shed it heat off from its core, it would seem more evidence that space isn't a medium that is many of component parts like other medium's, however it does stretch.

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  • The title was changed to space is light, and heat, and all other EMR
 

Me thinks that the nucleus is very hot and the electron prevents gravity from drawing two nuclei together but when that does happen a wave of heat energy is released. When the nucleus cools down to a point where it now longer sheds heat, perhaps because the nucleus looses some sort of stored excitement, then the combination of weight and lack of energy pushing out causes a star's weight to collapse to the center which causes a different kind of fusion forming all matter. Perhaps the current warming period we are in can be explained by the physical earth warming from within and receding to the point we're at now. The Universal space medium has a certain temperature on it's own, it's not infinitely negative. I suppose the ratio of temperatures between empty space and extreme heat which come from the nucleus are the difference in density of the two, so the universe has an overall density. The more wiggle room there is the hotter it is for some reason. ,An electron's speed which is just a density of the universal medium spreading out, is definitely what blocks two nuclei from combining.

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So the universal medium is made of heat, which is a reflection of its density or wiggle room. I suppose friction may be responsible for the heat build up in different density's of the space medium. Light that pours energy through an electron shell illuminates the object's electron's while the remaining energy running through the shells turns into heat. Electron's have color because they vibrate at the frequency of a certain color. the rest of the energy is shed off as heat energy that is experienced from within the electron shell. It all depends on how thermal the object is if it absorbs the heat readily or reflects it. Anyways the more energy that can be stored in an electron shell the hard it is too break I imagine. But space is made of heat at a standstill. 

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Lights movement is because it is free density spreading out and not trapped like in the core of a planet. Energy digs into a nucleus's gravity field as deep as it can, this slows it down to a stop and the density of the wave is trapped. Vibrations over density cause different waves. These vibrations vary in wavelength due to the fact that the original outburst of stored energy is dense and pushes hard from behind the way all energy's are released but a lot of heat as that's what space is. So heat that is free spreads out in the universal medium, but if it is trapped in the earth at the core due to the collection of atoms that makes the earth its at a standstill. 

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Depending on the wavelength of the EMR the density that is the wave varies between troughs, Although these two varying density's are close in distance in energy waves, the equivalent two density's found in a nucleus's gravity field is far apart, So energy fills that region of the gravity field and is stuck at an equilibrium of its momentum energy forward and bouncing backward against the denser gravity field, Enough density in the form of energy can be stored in the electron shell to show the kinds of repulsion statistics they have for the topic.But the electron is energy at a standstill. 

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Here in the drawing the electron shell at 4 sits between two varying density's in a gravity field at 1 and 5. Between 1 and 5 is 3 which is just the topview of a wave at 2, showing varying density. The energy sits stationairy at 4 because its pushing in from 5 and 1 simultaneously. The electron is just a wave that is trapped so it is excess energy and still has momentum energy, the momentum energy is just stuck in the region of space between 1 and 5. The size of 4 may determine color, the wider it is the longer the wavelength. The electron shell may shine all colors at once but the dominating color is determined by the area of 4 which is dependent on the weight of the nucleus. 

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On 12/1/2021 at 8:27 PM, trevor borocz johnson said:

Space is not only light but heat as well. As the space between atoms becomes less because of pressure in the core of a planet, the hotter it gets. So the stronger space is squeezed by gravity or energy, the stronger that area of space will be with all EMR energy including heat. 

The energy of gravity is a vacuum field that is hot. Because  a planet doesn't shed it heat off from its core, it would seem more evidence that space isn't a medium that is many of component parts like other medium's, however it does stretch.

This isn`t correct.

If you research into the lava flows from a volcano then the stuff remains hot for weeks even when a crust has set. Now imagine how long it takes heat from the core of our planet to leak to the surface and then radiate out. Thats why the earths core remains hot despite our planet being several billion years old.

Space is neither light or heat. No one knows what exactly it is, but atomic particles it definitely isn`t. It lacks all of the qualities that make a particle.

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3 hours ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

Here in the drawing the electron shell at 4 sits between two varying density's in a gravity field at 1 and 5. Between 1 and 5 is 3 which is just the topview of a wave at 2, showing varying density. The energy sits stationairy at 4 because its pushing in from 5 and 1 simultaneously. The electron is just a wave that is trapped so it is excess energy and still has momentum energy, the momentum energy is just stuck in the region of space between 1 and 5. The size of 4 may determine color, the wider it is the longer the wavelength. The electron shell may shine all colors at once but the dominating color is determined by the area of 4 which is dependent on the weight of the nucleus. 

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Needs more crayon. Guess mom didn't buy more yet, sad.

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Those properties can exist within space but space is not those things—it is a vacuum.

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35 minutes ago, moonman said:

Needs more crayon. Guess mom didn't buy more yet, sad.

Space is the final frontier. The only thing we haven't been to is everywhere in space. Your mama so fat Moon She the 2nd frontier. 

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1 hour ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

Space is the final frontier. The only thing we haven't been to is everywhere in space. Your mama so fat Moon She the 2nd frontier. 

Wow, 5th grader jokes to go with 5th grader drawings. Appropriate!

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6 hours ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

Space is the final frontier. The only thing we haven't been to is everywhere in space. Your mama so fat Moon She the 2nd frontier. 

While that is true (not the guys mama part lol) space lacks all of the properties that atomic particles have.

For example its not quantified into discrete units, doesnt have spin, doesnt have a charge, etc, etc. Gravity is poorly understood (the least understood force in physics) and may not even be a force in the traditional sense.

What is known about gravity is its caused by time. Objects with more mass or energy have a slower flow rate of time relative to an observer. This causes things to fall towards each other. A mass like a planet does have higher pressure in its core, the core contains a lot of heat energy, but it isn`t believed to be drawn from any quantum source.

Heat is slowly leaking from our planet but due to its radius, and the amount of energy contained within, it will take billions of years before it runs cold. Also, the pressure at the centre is not enough to cause nuclear fusion. A planet at the very minimum needs to be six times the size of Jupiter for that to happen.

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8 hours ago, Cookie Monster said:

While that is true (not the guys mama part lol) space lacks all of the properties that atomic particles have.

For example its not quantified into discrete units, doesnt have spin, doesnt have a charge, etc, etc. Gravity is poorly understood (the least understood force in physics) and may not even be a force in the traditional sense.

What is known about gravity is its caused by time. Objects with more mass or energy have a slower flow rate of time relative to an observer. This causes things to fall towards each other. A mass like a planet does have higher pressure in its core, the core contains a lot of heat energy, but it isn`t believed to be drawn from any quantum source.

Heat is slowly leaking from our planet but due to its radius, and the amount of energy contained within, it will take billions of years before it runs cold. Also, the pressure at the centre is not enough to cause nuclear fusion. A planet at the very minimum needs to be six times the size of Jupiter for that to happen.

Could heat from inside the planet be causing the current break in the ice age we are in for past 10,000 years? ice ages are unexplained to but I ve never heard someone offer up that it's an increase in temp from the planet?

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8 minutes ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

Could heat from inside the planet be causing the current break in the ice age we are in for past 10,000 years? ice ages are unexplained to but I ve never heard someone offer up that it's an increase in temp from the planet?

There is no evidence the core is getting hotter.

There also isn`t scientific consensus that climate change is real. Scientists who dont agree with it are being prevented from airing their views, but 100s of them have both submitted reports to the UN and EU saying climate change isn`t real.

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2 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

There is no evidence the core is getting hotter.

There also isn`t scientific consensus that climate change is real. Scientists who dont agree with it are being prevented from airing their views, but 100s of them have both submitted reports to the UN and EU saying climate change isn`t real.

What's their evidence that it isn't real? What do the reports say?

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8 minutes ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

What's their evidence that it isn't real? What do the reports say?

Here is an article on the report that went to the UN https://www.aei.org/carpe-diem/there-is-no-climate-emergency-say-500-experts-in-letter-to-the-united-nations/

Two points off it I picked up off a news program were that there is natural warming going on, and that CO2 doesnt cause global warming. For CO2 in the air to cause warming it would need the earth below it to be accumulating more heat than is being lost out into space. It isn`t. 

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4 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

Here is an article on the report that went to the UN https://www.aei.org/carpe-diem/there-is-no-climate-emergency-say-500-experts-in-letter-to-the-united-nations/

Two points off it I picked up off a news program were that there is natural warming going on, and that CO2 doesnt cause global warming. For CO2 in the air to cause warming it would need the earth below it to be accumulating more heat than is being lost out into space. It isn`t. 

very interesting

 

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16 hours ago, moonman said:

Wow, 5th grader jokes to go with 5th grader drawings. Appropriate!

Do you think the drawing could be flawed?

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6 hours ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

Do you think the drawing could be flawed?

It's lines on a page, so by definition it's not flawed, it is indeed a drawing.

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4 minutes ago, moonman said:

It's lines on a page, so by definition it's not flawed, it is indeed a drawing.

haha! you are right on that one!

Is there anything you would add to make it better?

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Space always has a temperature, so space isn't unperturbed light but keeps a continuous heat from its density, the denser space is like in the nucleus or the core off a planet, the hotter. When two Hydrogen atoms form helium, they let out a burst of density or heat, weighing less in the end, and heating up the matter that is around. EMR is what we would expect heat to do and that is spread to area's of less heat. The nucleus is extremely dense or hot from matter within perhaps. So the universal medium is dense enough to allow light to travel through it at the speed that it does. A layman observation.

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I guess this begs the question why does heat at a standstill cause gravity? 

I'd say squeezing is energy exertion, like squeezing your muscles, and the squeezing force on the universal medium by the nucleus pulls us in to the planet.

So the vacuum like effect of gravity is heat at a standstill squeezing an area of space.

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