Time as Structured Energy

Time also has internal structure and dynamics {69, 70}, as we explain later, as well as the same energy density as mass. So it should not be surprising that a tiny bit of time-energy, transduced into ordinary spatial EM energy, might be capable of energetically inducing a wide variety of nuclear reactions. One has transduced not only "gross" energy, but also energy structuring and dynamics — which act internally on any object with which interaction occurs. Further, the overall spatial energy component and the time-energy component in a photon are canonical. Being quanta, all observable photons have the same fixed "total magnitude" with respect to angular momentum. The photon is also "made" of (AE)(At) which may be taken as (AE)(c2At) in terms of purely spatial energy equivalent content, assuming that the time energy is decompressed into spatial energy. As can be seen, the so-called "low (spatial) energy" photons are precisely the photons that transport the greatest time-component. When that time-energy component (At) is converted to spatial energy (AEC), the formula is (AEC) = c2(At). As can be seen, the converted time energy will produce far more spatial energy in the converted interaction, than was carried by the photon in its spatial energy (AE) component prior to interaction and time-energy transduction. Hence the highest energy photons are actually low frequency photons — under the circumstances where time-energy transduction into spatial energy is involved. With transduction, the highest energy particle physics can be conducted at low frequencies and low spatial energy if conversion of time-energy occurs in the interaction.

Since cold fusion involves transduction of a little bit of the time-energy, the total lack in physics of knowledge of time-energy transduction into spatial energy explains why conventional nuclear physicists find the cold fusion results so confusing and astonishing.

Solar Panel Basics

Solar Panel Basics

Global warming is a huge problem which will significantly affect every country in the world. Many people all over the world are trying to do whatever they can to help combat the effects of global warming. One of the ways that people can fight global warming is to reduce their dependence on non-renewable energy sources like oil and petroleum based products.

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