Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Higgs Boson Spheres

Higgs boson spheres are an ensemble of elements assembled in a space which has a sphere shape; most of these elements are made of carbon, magnesium, zinc and aluminium. There are many kinds of spheres; squared, triangular and circular, these shapes are only used to differentiate them from each other depending of the elements participating in their building.

It is possible to build an unlimited number of spheres; and the one which I am interested to talk about is the sulphur sphere. The first step taken by the sulphur is from volcanic magma then winds, then clouds, then rain, then plants, and at last it becomes a locker to carbon. The interactions are numerous within the sulphur sphere but this last takes a straight line to achieve it's target, also the volcanic magma has an important role to make the sulphur fly. We agreed in “Higgs Boson Manifesto” post http://spaceandhistory.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/higgs-boson-manifesto.html that Higgs boson is an eliminator; that means that methane (CH4) inside the earth will be burnt to produce more magma then more sulphur. The drawing below is showing the sulphur sphere.

The second of Higgs boson spheres which is also attracting is the aluminium sphere; from volcanic magma ash travel through the winds to come on lakes, rivers and ice to become aluminium, the result is water contamination. From the volcanic ash (12) carbon atoms are grouped to form aluminium and the result is that the carbon is locked forever.

The chemical equation below is understandable and explains how carbon atoms are transferred and locked into aluminium.

12C + H2O → 2Al + CH2O

I hope that I will have the opportunity to make a clearance to the zinc sphere and the magnesium sphere, I think that you can do it yourself starting from the volcanic ash to the carbon locking passing through magnesium or zinc.

To end this post, I prefer to make a clear message to the people whom are asking me about my made messages from the posts' titles of this blog. My answer is simple and understandable; I am the man who discovered Higgs boson.

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