Sunday, 16 November 2014

Higgs Boson Twigs

I am glad to see trees showing their good health during this time of the year, this is perfect sign that my experiment on Higgs boson is taking serious effects on our universe. I am wishing to share respectful ideas about tree’ twigs in today’s post, and linking them to the biological development designed to them.

The tissue which is acrobating around the trees’ twigs is made of ammonia; that makes them strong enough against frost and heat, and allowing them to develop continuously safely. Maybe someone asks about the presence of ammonia in the atmosphere which is enveloping the trees’ twigs where it comes from? To answer to this question a look back to “Higgs Boson Aquarium” post is an option to find the answer.

At the fourth step of “Higgs Boson Aquarium” post; the master piece explains that Higgs boson decays into fibers to create a chemical equilibrium inside the system, I am not surprised to see Higgs boson decaying it’s components to become ammonia to protect trees’ twigs from severe weather conditions.

The connection between trees’ twigs and the new weather system is obvious; what I am seeing is a picture of spring inside autumn, this picture is just the beginning of trees’ twigs to develop in new shapes of the new era of life. I am not exaggerating when I say that trees’ twigs will develop (5) times bigger and longer than their normal size within the next two years. To simplify this view is by looking at the time how is getting bigger, we already know that time should grow (10) times bigger; once multiplied by (1) season (3 months) is equal to (30) months, then dividing it by (2) years that’s equal to (15) months, then dividing it by (3) months that’s equal to (5) times.

The trees’ twigs are carrying with them a spectacular prove that our world is going back; their nocturnal sense is diminishing the carbon atom from the atmosphere, that makes them dying once there will be none carbon atom at all. The point to understand here is that all plants and trees will degrade to hydrocarbons or soil.

I am sure that today’s subject doesn’t end just in trees’ twigs development but also branches and trees’ leaves development will be an exciting subject to talk about as they are the most observable phenomena to us.

The picture above is showing a tree twig development
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