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Author Topic: Soft Particle Physics  (Read 40560 times)

Offline rha8b

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #45 on: October 09, 2008, 12:17:31 AM »
This energy not only comes from our star, but all stars which are visible to us.  This energy passes right through us on the surface.  But when it hits the ground it begins slowing down.  It might pass miles into the ground, but eventually it slows down to the point that it coalesce into matter.  This energy from space gets into our planet and turns into matter.  Over time these energies accumulate and new matter grows deep with in our planets. 

Hey z.monkey,
Not trying to be contradictory, but I stumbled across this thread and have a question regarding your original post.
According to Eisenstein's mass–energy equivalence formula, energy and mass are essentially different forms of the same thing, so yes, the two can be converted from one state to another. However the mass-energy equivalence formula states that E = MC^2, in other words, the tiniest piece of matter is a hugely condensed amount of energy (the basic principal behind atomic and nuclear explosions). This is due to the phenomenal speed of light (the constant C). This also means that for energy to be converted to matter, humongous amounts of energy need to first be present. Does your soft-particle theory entail such large quantities of energy 'coalescing' beneath the earth's surface? My understanding of the system would say that, yes the energy arrives from outer space, and may 'burrow' beneath the surface, but wouldn't the energy dissipate rapidly into the surrounding rock and earth, far before enough could accumulate to convert itself into matter?

Not trying to be difficult, just trying to understand,
Thanks for your feedback,
-rha8b

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #45 on: October 09, 2008, 12:17:31 AM »

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #46 on: October 09, 2008, 02:03:30 AM »
Howdy rha8b,

Yes, soft particle physics has an explanation for the addition of large amounts of energy, time.  The accumulation of matter coalesced from soft particles take long periods of exposure to a star.  The longer the planetary body is exposed to sunlight the more mass it will have.  As this mass increases the gravity increases the pressure on inner layers generating energetic transmutations of matter into increasingly more dense matter.  All forms of matter are created in this process.  Beneficial elements that are light and support life form close to the surface where there is little pressure to form the atoms.  The coalesced soft particles aren't being forced into the molecules.  But, under the ground minerals and metals grow because this pressure exerted by the higher energy photons is causing a transmutation of elements into heavier elements.  When you remove minerals and metals from the ground they quit growing.  Heavy metals are instances where a pocket of matter has been undisturbed for a very long time.  It has grown so dense that it has too many protons and neutrons, but not enough electrons to go around.  The conventional explanation for radiating materials is that there is nuclear decay and the radiating material must be creating this energy.  This is not so.  The radiating energy is from super light, but that's another topic...

This time period to form elements depends on the mass of the planetary body.  The larger it is the faster elements will grow.  Also it depends on the energy coming into the system where the elemental growth is to occur.  The intensity of the mother star of the star system is going to determine the amount of energy the planetary body is receiving.  If it is a binary star system the forming of elements could be considerably faster.  The time required to grow a whole planet full of matter could take on the order of hundreds of millions to billions of years.  Here it is, right under your feet just like that.  We guarantee your order in less that a billion years or its free!  Ding, it's done....

Edit:  Energy comes in at the speed of light, round about, also...

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« Last Edit: October 09, 2008, 02:30:02 AM by z.monkey »

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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #47 on: October 09, 2008, 09:13:56 AM »
Thanks z.monkey, greatly appreciated.
I did wonder if the time constant was what allowed the energy to accumulate, however I was uncertain about it.
Thanks for clearing that up, I look forwards to following the developments of this thread.
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Re: Soft Particle Physics
« Reply #47 on: October 09, 2008, 09:13:56 AM »
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