Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Higgs Boson Infinity (14)

My willing to write Higgs boson infinity (14) is to bring new information about chemical reactions under earth; these chemical reactions are due to the submitted quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs). In today’s post it is interesting to talk about five chemical reactions.

The first chemical reaction due to the submitted quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) is metals plus quarks; all existing metals under earth react to quarks by changing their electrons number and there are many examples of this change; one of them is
Fe + Quarks → Fe – 2 Electrons
It is understandable that all metals become less dense and weaker and this leads to planet earth loss to it’s mass.

The second chemical reaction due to the submitted quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) is Granit plus quarks; quarks are able to interact with Granit and to make it less dense by knocking out some of it’s electrons; it is obvious miniscule holes form inside Granit to make it soft and weak and this leads to the formation of huge cracks then breaks, from this chemical reaction planet earth mass loss is imminent.

The third chemical reaction due to the submitted quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) is trees’ roots plus quarks; trees’ roots benefit from quarks absorption to become larger and longer; the more quarks interaction with trees’ roots the more these last gain more cells. I think that this chemical reaction is already obvious in the size of today’s trees.

The fourth chemical reaction due to the submitted quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) is sodium plus quarks; quarks have the ability to interact with sodium easily and transform it into powder; huge rocks of sodium will disappear because of their loss to important sums of electrons. With time solid sodium will become very rare.

The last chemical reaction due to the submitted quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) is sulphur plus quarks; the combination of sulphur and quarks is unique because sulphur is able to double it’s size due to it’s interaction with quarks, and it’s uniqueness is in it’s number of electrons which is (16); this means that the quantity of sulphur is in constant increase.

My conclusion to this post is to notice you that our universe is heading to new conditions, and no one is aware of these conditions yet.
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