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CAN ENERGY OF AN ATOM NUCLEUS/CORE CHANGE?

 
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PostPosted: 21.09.2009 8:57    Post subject: CAN ENERGY OF AN ATOM NUCLEUS/CORE CHANGE? Reply with quote

CAN ENERGY OF AN ATOM NUCLEUS/CORE CHANGE?




About 13.8 billion years ago universe -as we see it - had its energy
very densely formed. Nowadays the same energy is way more than less
condensed.

There is no reason to doubt that same phenomenon couldnt
effect on the very same energy that the nucleus of an atom has!

Nucleuses of atoms had accordingly changed for less dense energy.
Concomitantly expanding atom nucleuses have radiated their energy in a
form of waves which have nature of electrons and particles.

Electrons confront energy-waves from the adjacent atom nucleuses and
interact with them. At this point new electrons are born in to them
which create changes of pressure into energy-waves that they confront
etc.

After the interaction electrons continue towards nucleus of an atom,
make the nucleus explode their energy to that very same direction where
that electron came. Because of that the expanding nucleus trembles to
opposing direction and so forth.

All the time particles move through and past atom nucleuses which also
change to less dense energy and radiate their energy in waves. Quarks ?
fuel up? i.e. absorb this ?raw-material? (energy) all the time and so
the recycling of the energy continues.

After some period of time energy of the quarks energy can change at
which point quark has won?t have any of that energy which it earlier
had?

It raises up the question, Does for example cores of the atoms in old
buildings switched their energy upon a time, hence there wouldn?t be
any of that energy which the building had just after the construction?




Stars and planets are like big ?fish traps? or ?fish nets? which
absorb more and more of that same ?raw material? (energy) which from
everything around us constructs. In the same time they change to
contain less and less dense energy.

Three dimensional expansion creates a pressure which in other
hand creates all the expanding objects radiate themselves i.e.
energy in waves which have the character of different energy concentration etc.

Density of the eternal energy changes in the eternal space, which will
never change!
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PostPosted: 21.09.2009 9:12    Post subject: CAN ENERGY OF AN ATOM NUCLEUS/CORE CHANGE? Reply with quote

1. CAN ENERGY OF AN ATOM NUCLEUS/CORE CHANGE?

About 13.8 billion years ago universe -as we see it - had its energy very densely formed. Nowadays the same energy is way more than less condensed.

There is no reason to doubt that same phenomenon couldnt effect on the very same energy that the nucleus of an atom has!

Nucleuses of atoms had accordingly changed for less dense energy. Concomitantly expanding atom nucleuses have radiated their energy in a form of waves which have nature of electrons and particles.

Electrons confront energy-waves from the adjacent atom nucleuses and interact with them. At this point new electrons are born in to them which create changes of pressure into energy-waves that they confront etc.

After the interaction electrons continue towards nucleus of an atom, make the nucleus explode their energy to that very same direction where that electron came. Because of that the expanding nucleus trembles to opposing direction and so forth.


2. All the time particles move through and past atom nucleuses which also change to less dense energy and radiate their energy in waves. Quarks ? fuel up? i.e. absorb this ?raw-material? (energy) all the time and so the recycling of the energy continues.

After some period of time energy of the quarks energy can change at which point quark has won?t have any of that energy which it earlier had?

It raises up the question, Does for example cores of the atoms in old buildings switched their energy upon a time, hence there wouldn?t be any of that energy which the building had just after the construction?

Stars and planets are like big ?fish traps? or ?fish nets? which absorb more and more of that same ?raw material? (energy) which from everything around us constructs. In the same time they change to contain less and less dense energy.

3. Three dimensional expansion creates a pressure which in other hand creates all the expanding objects radiate themselves i.e. energy in waves which have the character of different energy concentration etc.

Density of the eternal energy changes in the eternal space, which will never change!
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