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Shape Shape-shifting strings solids, liquids, and gasses

  1. Aug 25, 2005 #1
    For your thoughts... a theory of mine...

    A Method by which shape shifting strings may explain:

    1. Plasma
    2. Hydrogen
    3. Helium
    4. Neutrons
    5. Gasses
    6. Liquids
    7. Solids

    Consider the following:

    If a string, was a string, in shape, in only one STATE of its existence, then one might readily explain why a solid is a solid, why a liquid is a liquid, and why a gas is a gas, and how it becomes hydrogen, helium, and neutrons..

    If the SHAPE of a string occurred, as a string, only as, or in, plasma, and took on other SHAPES, as it changed states, then I propose the following:

    1. Plasma is only one STATE of a string, one which is not normal except in suns and similar situations. As plasma, it has the “string” shape.
    2. Under less stressful situations, the string could be a closed loop, a torus. This represents an atom of hydrogen. A torus is a shape that can have TWO distinct kinds of spin. It can spin about a central axis, and the “tire shape” can also roll on itself. This establishes the possibility of TWO kinds of spin. A left, and right spinning torus… two distinct kinds of hydrogen, a left, and a right spinning torus. Should two of these opposite spinning tori meet, they would immediately be inclined to form a molecule of hydrogen.
    3. If, in a solar flare, one of the tori of hydrogen were to “break”, even temporarily, it might combine with an opposite spinning torus of hydrogen, and form a loop around the “doughnut” of the other torus… helium… two tori locked quite happily together.
    4. If a “string” of hydrogen were excited to become “super-stretched” it might knot itself, upon collapse, into a trefoil, a neutron.
    5. There is no ready explanation for solids, liquids, and gasses. If a torus of hydrogen was a high energy state (and it is), then the torus of hydrogen is a gas.
    6. If the diameter of the hole, in the torus of hydrogen, becomes less than one third of the average, overall diameter of the torus, then it will begin to condense into a liquid. When the “hole” finally disappears, what is left is a spheroid… a liquid.
    7. If the spheroid losses its spin, then it will collapse into the last gasp effort to hold back the pressure of the universe, it will become a shape with the least number of faces, edges, and vertices… a tetrahedron, a solid.

    Solids are characterized by having flat surface faces, edges, and vertices. As there are liquids that exhibit the characteristics of a solid, this is easily explained by a flattened spheroid… not quite liquid, not quite solid… two flat surfaces, but no vertices.

    It may well be, in addition, that SPACE, itself, is nothing more than a highly charged, or high energy state of helium.

    I do not know how to do calculus, so I can offer no math to support this concept. I discovered this concept while writing my soon to be published book, a book meant to be a conjoining of real science and history and pseudo science. Danged if the concept doesn't seem to work. Go figure.

    Maybe it will inspire some thoughts...

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  3. Aug 25, 2005 #2
    Atoms are not strings.

    That's not quantum mechanical spin.

    Actually, there is.

    Equating something like classical thermodynamics with topological properties of quantum objects is almost impossible.
    Space is not charged on average. It also, unlike helium, has no mass.
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