Saturday, February 2, 2008

The Weather (continued)

When we look closely at what has happened on an atomic level, we find something very interesting going on. We now know that the model of an atom with a fixed number of electrons orbiting its nucleus in defined orbits was a mentalization. In reality, there is an orbiting cloud of electrons as noted in Chapter 2 (and today, by most of the scientific community). This cloud of orbiting electrons is held in place by the excess affinity propensity of the nucleus. The water molecule, three atoms held together, has an orbiting cloud of electrons that has replaced the orbiting clouds of the individual atoms. Atoms that form into molecules give up their individual clouds, with the new molecule attracting a cloud that orbits whatever the newly created excess affinity propensity is.
It is this orbiting cloud of the water molecule that is being field replaced by the rays of the equatorial sun and in the process breaking the hydrogen and oxygen atoms apart, where they begin to rise. However, there is one other process that is occurring as the process continues throughout the day. The hydrogen and oxygen atoms, as soon as they separate, need to form new orbiting clouds. The area in which this process is occurring has ample electrons in its ambient field to accomplish the task. First, the electrons from the orbiting clouds of the water molecules are available. Second, the electrons in the incoming flows of light are breaking down and in abundance. Thus, each atom has no trouble forming its own orbiting cloud of electrons.
Because we know that these electrons will rise and form the northerly moving part of the atmosphere, we can stop for a moment and examine what is actually happening here. The process of breaking down a water molecule, with a single orbiting cloud, into its constituent atoms and the formation of new orbiting clouds by those atoms, has soaked up electrons at the equator. Electrons are energy, so basically the process is storing equatorial energy, the incredible heat that occurs from having the sun beating down constantly, energy that can then be moved to another place. What place? North.
As the lower moving air masses arrive from the poles, they force the air masses that are already at the equator to start their northerly journey. But these air masses having been receiving the rising hydrogen and oxygen atoms. As these atoms rise, they encounter colder temperatures. Colder temperatures are merely a reduction of field replacement. When atoms experience field replacement, they give up electrons to the extent the field replacement satisfies the excess affinity propensities of their nuclei. When atoms are subject to reduced field replacement, they attempt to obtain electrons out of the ambient field, and to the extent they can’t, they hold the electrons they do have even closer.
Thus, the atoms rising at the equator that used to constitute water, now hug their orbiting clouds of electrons closer and closer, becoming more self-contained the colder they becomes. However, because the product isn’t ice, as one would normally suppose if it were a case of evaporating water molecules, I had to term them ice flecs to distinguish them from ice.
(To be continued)

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