In common terms charge represents concepts of positive and negative, attraction or repulsion, north and south, higher or lower energy levels. I
suggest that ‘positive & negative’ and ‘north & south’ don’t exist without reference to each other (two sides of a coin), for something to
be positive, it must be more positive than something else, or to be north of something, the something must be to your south.
On a spinning object, both north and south are represented as a hemisphere balance but charge is by nature an imbalance between relative measures,
i.e. between two different atoms or between normal balanced state and a particular harmonic energy level either side of normal.
In this model, charge on energy particles is subtly different than ‘energy contained within’, charge imbalance between shells would instantly
balance. To get an effect similar to the concept of lost or gained Electrons and Ions the harmonic balance must change a harmonic step, i.e. the shell
positions must change resulting in a different volume to energy level and pole axis shifts (within a pattern). The effect of shell axis influence
would extend to influencing the nucleus axis.
Charge on a material represents an overall energy difference between two or more separate physical locale
Tribo Electric effects, static electricity, galvanic reactions and most chemical reactions fit in this category to varying degrees.
Electricity intersects at this point; where sustained chemical reaction releases energy, batteries creating a constant potential difference in energy
between two points. A battery's chemical reaction progress is controlled by whether or not the energy is allowed to balance. Insulators and conductors
are the differences in material structures that allow the flow of energy. In this model it's necessary to consider concepts of electricity being made
up of little balls of negative charge jumping from orbit to orbit, though workable in some models, obsolete .
Bonds and Forces
The pinch effect of rotation between two different places only requires 180˚ degrees to create a complete cut off effect but obviously there is also
I suggest that this effect is a lot more important than some realize.
I suggest that when combined with concepts of energy transfer it represents a major player in things like bonds between atoms, structures of
materials, and maybe ball lightening and flux tubes on the sun. This pattern movement creates spring effects and bubbles as well as the better known
shear effect. In an energy based universe; it’s not just the imaginary tube being affected. The effect extends into surrounding space, pushing and
Shadowgraph of Gemini capsule model in flight-stability tests.
There are so many things that don’t show to the naked eye because of speed, spectrum or scale. I see a shock wave and pressure differences separated
by energy flow movement due to density. Lots of signs of rotation of whole pattern structures, and possibly bubbles of cavitations.
This is the first step to describe the relationship of heat, energy and magnetic effect. How does heat energy behave?
Heat –> Energy Add energy get heat or is there more?
Heat –> Space Add heat – take up more space
Heat –> Order Add heat – decrease order
Heat –> Vibration Add heat – increase vibration
Heat –> Rotation Add heat – increase rotation speed?
Heat –> Magnetism Add heat – reduce overall magnetism by making it more random in direction, i.e. self canceling.
So what is heat? We get burns from cold as well as hot. These burns and sensations are energy transfer, to or away from us, at a rate that damages us.
Specific heat to be regarded as the most stable energy density of a particular material based on bond structures caused by atom sizes and energy
densities. Energy density is more than the number of atoms within a physical volume.
In this model atoms and patterns need a supply of energy to convert; to support their continued existence and includes the energy in bonding
structures between atoms as part of overall surrounding space density. This model suggests a direct relationship to ‘specific temperature’, as
being related to energy reflectivity, absorption and emission. More dense objects being cooler, more energy sucked out of space towards them equals
more gravity. Gravity related to heat?
In this model energy that we think of as heat, is explained as extra rotational energy and energy in extra (semi stable) pattern held in the space
between atoms (in saturation) as part of the density of local space.
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