RE: Re: [antigrav] Electromagnetic Aether, Electrodynamic Plasma
- yes, you ARE getting 'Warm'!
the subground states go up rapidly
in energy release.
see pages 37 and 49 of "New Study In
Scarlet" referenced below.
I believe it was only the N=1/2 state
that Randy Mills was seeking to access --
only ultraviolet emission, with energy
of 54 electronvolts (?).
note that for N=1/8, the emission might
be 870 eV, and for N=137, 255 Thousand eV.
looks like it might be time for me to
write an update to "Scarlet" ... to look
more closely at the wavelengths & topologies
of the sub-ground hydrogen/neutron.
in the case of the free or above-ground
state electron, it can be nearly completely
described perhaps as 2 transverse lightwaves
in integer union and resonance ... yet
for the large number fraction sub-ground
states I am wondering if it would 'take
on' resonances with the three-frequency
proton it is encasing.
good excuse to find a chalkboard again ...
a new Plasma Electrolysis system, "via
Plasma Induction", (teaser) reference I
just came across ...
"Inventor ready to put hydrogen fuel system
in GreenGlow, warm hushmail wrote:
... the states of an excitory states of an
electron are not nuclear in nature, however,
a neutron, when it decays into a proton and
electron also gives off an electron-
antineutrino, because that decay involves
the weak nuclear force, and thus is quite
different than a change in an electrons
Messiah Twain <yonibluestar> wrote:
the neutron is the name for the hydrogen
atom in the 'sub-ground' state.
the electron has two transverse EM
waves, in its standing lissajous lightwave
topology. the electron is about eight times
the diameter of the proton, and the proton
torus resides within the center of the
electron wave volume.
when hydrogen goes to an excited state,
the electron expands, decreasing one or
both of its transverse frequencies. when
the electron increases one or both of it's
frequencies, it shrinks, bringing it closer
around the proton -- in a subground state.
it is that state that Randy Mills et al
at Blacklight Power were working with,
the first subground state which upon
relaxation and return to the ground
state would release an ultraviolet
--- "Pablo H. Usero" <userop> wrote:
I cant´t understood.
Is the hydrogen atom a neutron?. Why is`s?.
-----Mensaje original---- -
En nombre de Messiah Twain
Asunto: Re: [antigrav] Electromagnetic Aether,
the hydrogen atom is a neutron, and vice
versa. [cf Randy Mills for example.]
when ionized, it becomes a proton and an
electron ... plus the electromagnetic wave
of their former relationship.
- here is the graphic, depicting the range of
states of the neutron = hydrogen atom, from
A New Study In Scarlet, showing the relative
size change of the electron lissajoid EM wave
as it (she!) shrinks down around the proton.
from Page 37 of New Study In Scarlet.
re: neutron is hydrogen in sub-ground state:
in GreenGlow, 'Warm' wrote:
Conventionally, chemical reactions involve just
the electrons and generally just the valence electrons
of an atom. Of coarse in the case of hydrogen there
is only one.
The states of an excitory states of an electron
are not nuclear in nature, however, a neutron, when
it decays into a proton and electron also gives off
an electron-antineutrino, because that decay involves
the weak nuclear force, and thus is quite different
than a change in an electrons orbital energy.
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