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Energy Transfer

Radiation or Conduction


2 responses to “Energy Transfer

  1. p.g.sharrow March 10, 2014 at 7:35 pm

    This is a pictorial on energy transfer from atom to atom in radiation and conduction. pg

  2. p.g.sharrow July 1, 2016 at 9:26 pm

    posted this comment on chiefio blog; in reply to omanuel
    omanuel says:
    2 July 2016 at 3:10 am

    @ Gail Combs & u.k(us)

    I do not agree that “our government is a nest of outright traitors” – although that sometimes appears to be the case.

    I believe most of those in government were deceived by extremely clever propaganda artists that deceived Hitler’s scientists and most of us, including me. Let me explain:

    I have known since 1961 that Weizsacker’s nuclear binding energy equation is:
    _ a.) Seriously flawed, but nevertheless
    _ b.) Deceptively promoted as rigorously valid in nuclear physics textbooks

    Finally, after showing that rest mass data of all 3,000 types of atoms that compromise matter, reveal NEUTRON REPULSION in:

    _ c.) Einstein’s 1905 definition of mass as stored energy, E = mc^2; and
    _ d.) Aston’s 1922 expression of mass in terms of nuclear packing fraction; but NOT in
    _ e.) Weizsacker’s deceptive nuclear binding energy equation . . .

    I realized Einstein’s 1905 equation and Aston’s 1922 expression of nuclear packing fractions express thermodynamic state functions, but Weizeracker’s nuclear binding energy equation yields a thermodynamic path function, NOT a thermodynamic state function.

    That is how cleverly the source of energy that powers the cosmos and sustains our lives has been hidden from the public since 1946.

    p.g.sharrow says:
    2 July 2016 at 4:10 am

    @omanuel; interesting use of the language, thermodynamic STATE function, rather then, thermodynamic PATH function.

    H2O that has 3 states of existence, solid, liquid and gas. Each of which contains a set amount of energy as well as a state conditional amount of energy involved in temperature changes.

    Neutrons exist because of pressure from their hydrogen/neutron peers. The result of local energy mater density. Change any part of this and they become hydrogen in another state and release a burst of energy. The proton electron pair actually has several states of existence each of which represents an amount of energy that can be released during a change of state.

    Hmmmm……………. that above paragraph might be important.
    Oliver, you may have tricked me into seeing THE TREE midst the forest…pg

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