Beyond 'absolute zero' temperatures get hotter Another back door to Zero Point and the Radius of Curvature? “Using the constant C as the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter, we note that there are positions and conditions in which the effect of a natural law (Gravity, Space, Time and Energy) will reach zero value with respect to a given reference point, and that beyond these positions and conditions, the law will become negative, reversing its effect with respect to the observer.
Beyond 'absolute zero' temperatures get hotter
It sounds like a contradiction in terms but scientists have reached temperatures that go beyond absolute zero in a lab, and get hotter as they do so. When the Kelvin temperatures become negative in the ultracooled gas, the distributions of energy is the opposite way round so that most of the particles have very high energy states while very few have low ones. In this case, the Boltzmann distribution is said to be ‘inverted’ so that the normal
state of affairs is reversed. “The inverted Boltzmann distribution is the hallmark of negative absolute temperature; and this is what we have achieved,” says Schneider. Their finding suggests that the previously impossible idea of a combustion engine that is 100 percent efficient may actually be achievable.
How much longer before we recognize the obvious significance of the Radius of Curvature of all Natural Law? “I think we risk becoming the best informed society that has ever died of ignorance.” - Reuben Blades | Six media companies control 90% of what we read, watch, and listen to - including news, radio, and movies: GE, News Corporation, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner and CBS ► www.knowledgeoftoday.org/2011/12/anonymous-mainstream-media-corruption.html “Smart is believing half of what you hear; brilliant is knowing which half to believe.” –Unknown
Boggles the mind the possibility so many others (planets) could also be stuck in oil on their evolutionary energy journey, ...... or are we unique with the brakes on?
Astronomers estimate Milky Way galaxy may contain close to 200 billion planets Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/milky-200-billion-planets-article-1.1232748#ixzz2HDEtBFht
Let us choose Between an Economy for Life, or the Dragon Eating its Own Tail.