posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 04:22 AM
Originally posted by metalholic
reply to post by SplitInfinity
Exactly! now what happens the readio transmitter sends a radio wave to the reciever and your ears pick it up?
Ever used a light bulb to warm your hands up?
My ears here the sound produced my the speakers that are recieving an electromagnetic interpretation of what the reciever is decoding from the radio
Brodcast signal...the signal is decoded now days a digital signal...and this turns on and off an electromagnet at the back of a speaker. The speaker
is pushed out at various rates to recreate the kinetic transfer of sound. The speaker is pushing and vibrating air mass...which is the medium that is
being used to transfer sound.
If i have a bulb that is incandecent...thus it produces light via electricity making a filament glow...which creates more heat than light and this
bulb is filled with an Argon Nitrogen mix. In a Fluorescent Bulb...electricity is used to excite Mercury Vapor and a Ballast must be used to regulate
the current though the bulb.
Incandecent Bulbs produce way too much heat than light so they are costly to opperate. But in an incandecent bulb you need a filament to glow hot and
this heat transfer is conducted by the medium of the Gas mixture...Argon and Nitrogen...picked because of their ability to remain innert...allow
transferenceof built up heat...and not allow the filament to quickly burn out.
In a Fluorescent bulb...the excited mercury vapor must be regulated and other types of Lights such as Neon, Xenon, or other noble gases or
Halogens...etc...plus additives for color....produce much less heat.
If you had a glass tube...with a high melting point...and electromagneticly suspended a piece of paper with on the ends of this paper strip some small
pieces of Iron...and the Glass tube was a perfect vacuum....with the only thing inside was the paper and Iron pieces as to keep the paper and the Iron
electromagneticly suspended as so nothing touched the actual Glass of this Vacuum. and you placed a heating coil against the Vacuum tube but again
that tube was not in contact with the stripof paper or the Iron connectors to the paper oneach end of the paper strip as this was allowing the paper
as well as the Iron not to touch the glass tube....and then you started to heat the glass tube with a gas torch...burnin a gas hot enogh to make paper
burn...at or over 451 degrees Fahrenheit....but below the melting point of this special Tempered Glass...the PAPER WOULD NEVER CATCH FIRE OR SMOLDER
OR OBTAIN ANY TEMPERATUREOTHER THAN THE TEMP. IT WAS AT WHEN PLACED IN THE TUBE AND AS IT'S TEMPERATURE FELLFROM CONTACT WITH TRUE SPACE OR VACUUM
SURROUNDING THE Paper strip and iron connectors to the paper to keep it Electromagnetically alligned not to touch the tube.
As long as there is TRUE SPACE BETWEEN THIS PAPER AND IT'S CONNECTORS....the paper will not burn or smolder or attain any temp. higher than when it
first was placed inside...in act the papers temp. will drop..