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JukriS
2008-Jan-31, 05:39 AM
Let us imagine that the expanding footballs are water molecules which open up expanding table tennis balls, so to say energy as waves in every direction.

When the temperature of the water is over four degrees, the table tennis balls are partly directed beyond the footballs nextby. Then a different amount of energy (=table tennis balls) is directed towards the footballs from different directions.

When the temperature of the water gets down under four degrees, those table tennis balls are directed all the time less and less beyond the footballs nextby.

This happens because the table tennis balls coming towards twitch with them even smaller balls that open up from the table tennis balls and then these table tennis balls that move to a same direction donīt push themselves away from each other at the same relation as they expand themselves. Then the footballs expand faster than the table tennis balls coming towards them do spread.

Now a bigger and bigger part of the expanding table tennis balls hit to the expanding football nextby and this way the footballs finally lock out to expand side by side so to say the water freezes.

The more table tennis balls hit directly to the footballs nextby, the more energic the expanding footballs have strenght to push themselves away from each other and this is why the water expands when its temperature gets down under four degrees.

This is when towards the water there doesnīt come so much energy as waves outwards and this way the water molecules can find a well-balanced way to expand side by side.

PS. I describe the water molecules bigger than the energybundles locating in energywaves opening up from them are. Surely for example there exists a lot more energy in the atom cores than there is in electrons, but still the electrons cover the space more than the atom cores do. In so called electrons there exists considerably less dense energy than the energy in atom cores is.

When an electron coming from the atomcore nextby reaches the expanding atomcore, it moves to a denser form. The energywaves opening up from the separate expanding energybundles of the electron burn out when they meet energybundles opening up from the atomcore and then snatch themselves along them away from the atomcore towards which the electron is heading.This way the capacity of the
electron is reduced in a relation to the atomcore and finally the electron itself burns out to the energy
opening up from the atomcore and snatches with it away from the atomcore that it had just headed.

Later from that and from all the other energy coming outwards from the atomcore rises new electrons (according to my theory).

Neverfly
2008-Jan-31, 05:45 AM
Your twitching balls have me thoroughly confused...:doh:

tusenfem
2008-Jan-31, 07:57 AM
Don't you have a lot of questions to answer, JukriS in several old thread started by you?

Celestial Mechanic
2008-Jan-31, 01:38 PM
Let us imagine that the expanding footballs are water molecules which open up expanding table tennis balls, so to say energy as waves in every direction. [Snip!]
My favorite part was when Mr. Moose would drop all the ping-pong balls on the Captain. :D

Tobin Dax
2008-Feb-03, 03:04 AM
I have one question: why don't other liquids work this way?

nicky nichols
2008-Feb-04, 10:17 PM
Water Structure and Science (http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/water/) by Professor Martin Chaplin, London South Bank University, is a comprehensive account of the ways in which water differs from almost every other chemical substance.

On a more speculative note, there are observations elsewhere concerning the quantum mechanical properties of water such as the observed dynamic/kinematic stoichiometry HxOy, which might have implications in consideration of information storage and reaction properties, not inconceivably "water memory".

astrocat
2008-Feb-05, 02:50 AM
Let us imagine that the expanding footballs are water molecules which open up expanding table tennis balls, so to say energy as waves in every direction.

When the temperature of the water is over four degrees, the table tennis balls are partly directed beyond the footballs nextby. Then a different amount of energy (=table tennis balls) is directed towards the footballs from different directions.

When the temperature of the water gets down under four degrees, those table tennis balls are directed all the time less and less beyond the footballs nextby.

This happens because the table tennis balls coming towards twitch with them even smaller balls that open up from the table tennis balls and then these table tennis balls that move to a same direction donīt push themselves away from each other at the same relation as they expand themselves. Then the footballs expand faster than the table tennis balls coming towards them do spread.

Now a bigger and bigger part of the expanding table tennis balls hit to the expanding football nextby and this way the footballs finally lock out to expand side by side so to say the water freezes.

The more table tennis balls hit directly to the footballs nextby, the more energic the expanding footballs have strenght to push themselves away from each other and this is why the water expands when its temperature gets down under four degrees.

This is when towards the water there doesnīt come so much energy as waves outwards and this way the water molecules can find a well-balanced way to expand side by side.

PS. I describe the water molecules bigger than the energybundles locating in energywaves opening up from them are. Surely for example there exists a lot more energy in the atom cores than there is in electrons, but still the electrons cover the space more than the atom cores do. In so called electrons there exists considerably less dense energy than the energy in atom cores is.

When an electron coming from the atomcore nextby reaches the expanding atomcore, it moves to a denser form. The energywaves opening up from the separate expanding energybundles of the electron burn out when they meet energybundles opening up from the atomcore and then snatch themselves along them away from the atomcore towards which the electron is heading.This way the capacity of the
electron is reduced in a relation to the atomcore and finally the electron itself burns out to the energy
opening up from the atomcore and snatches with it away from the atomcore that it had just headed.

Later from that and from all the other energy coming outwards from the atomcore rises new electrons (according to my theory).Are you proposing, by chance, a Steady-State Cosmos? Being constantly created from inside? How interesting...

JukriS
2008-Feb-17, 12:32 AM
Entropy = Expanding stuff

Its meaning stuff who expanding all a time


It is that simple

Peace and love

:);):)

tusenfem
2008-Feb-18, 09:47 AM
Entropy = Expanding stuff


Wow, a new definition for entropy! Why did nobody ever think of this simple definition of what entropy is! JukriS for the Nobel prize!

Neverfly
2008-Feb-18, 11:37 AM
I thought entropy was the tops of trees;)

Ara Pacis
2008-Feb-19, 03:08 AM
Water Structure and Science (http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/water/) by Professor Martin Chaplin, London South Bank University, is a comprehensive account of the ways in which water differs from almost every other chemical substance.

On a more speculative note, there are observations elsewhere concerning the quantum mechanical properties of water such as the observed dynamic/kinematic stoichiometry HxOy, which might have implications in consideration of information storage and reaction properties, not inconceivably "water memory".

Don't tell the homeopathists.