Monday, 19 January 2015

Higgs Boson Syndication (13-2)

Higgs boson syndication (13-2) has to come to explain why sea sponges are likely to increase in number during the next few months? It is known that sea sponges are
animals growing in warm seawater and also they are grown by small marine industries around the world. In this post I would like to add to your knowledge five causes which are making sea sponges spreading everywhere on seas’ surface and occupying larger spaces on beaches.

The first cause which is making sea sponges in huge quantity on beaches is the seawater rotations; quarks assumption is making the seawater rotating to eject sea sponges on it’s surface and carrying them to beaches. The picture below is showing one of them

The second cause which is making sea sponges abundant on beaches is the abundance of Acetyl-coA in the seawater which is coming from trees’ leaves.

The third cause which is making sea sponges in seawater is the chitin coming from the decomposing wood in land due the imposed weather cycle which has four key elements which are frost, heat, rain and humidity, the chitin is transported to sea by all kind of waters’ streams and once is in the seawater it finds the right conditions to grow very fast. Most of the important conditions to chitin to grow fast in seawater are warm seawater, less sodium density in seawater and high carbon density in seawater.

The fourth cause which is making sea sponges growing and spreading faster to accumulate on beaches is Higgs boson magnetism; once starch, chitin and Acetyl-coA are in seawater their rotation increases and they are pulled up vertically by Higgs boson magnetism to give birth to sea sponges. I think that Higgs boson magnetism has it’s influence not only on sea sponges to grow but also on DNA in nature to grow up.

The last cause which is making sea sponges accumulating on beaches is the seawater’s current; sea sponges are light and they can stay on the seawater surface while the seawater current pulls the deep seawater that makes sea sponges pushed out to beaches.

Finally, I think that sea sponges will invade beaches with unbelievable quantities and they will be the main food to seabirds.
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