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How much MORE destructive would be a ***NUCLEON*** BOMB ??
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guskz@hotmail.com
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 7:50 am    Post subject: Re: How much MORE destructive would be a ***NUCLEON*** BOMB ?? Reply with quote

jcon wrote:
Quote:
guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
PD wrote:
guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
Splitting a Nucleus versus Splitting a Neutron or a Proton or a Quark
or a Pion:


How much more Energy(Destruction) woud a Nucleon (or Quark? or Pion?)
Bomb produce over a Nuclear Fission/Fusion Bomb?? (Perhaps in GeV
release between both Bombs)

Could a single, same size Fat Man Nucleon or Quark Bomb destroy both N
& S America (= How much stronger is the strong force or the resisual
strong force versus the nuclear force)?

About a factor of 100,000.

However, there is a fundamental difference, and this makes "nucleon
splitting" not a viable vehicle for the release of energy. QCD, the
interaction in question, is asymptotically free at small distances and
asymptotically bound at large distances.

Harmony is an asymptotical nature, and energy can be RELEASE such as
for resonance:

Descriptions of the word "asymptocal" actually show a resonance wave.

An asymptotical time limit (electronic radio): if the time intervals
are too short or too long the release (transmission) of energy is
weaker then when there is perfect resonance. An asymptotical distance
limit (ears) : if the nerve sensors inside the ears are too long or
short the release (neuron transmission) of energy is weaker then when
there is perfect resonance (energy not just used for binding attraction
but also energy dispersion/transfer = residual force).

Therefore I believe that asymptotical causes alone will not prevent nor
diminish the release of Energy and in fact there can be the strong..est
and *most* distant release of energy from the asymptocal nature of
resonance.

In other words, the asymptotical causes simply weaken the production
(and release) of Energy depending on the distance and time intervals
but these asymptotical causes *****DO NOT PREVENT***** the release of
this energy.


I think you need to dust off your freshman physics book and study
the concepts of force, work, and energy.

-jc

(At wave resonance, thus harmony, the highest force and energy is
produced = asymptotic = not infinite but with both upper and lower
energy limits (and force limits))

------------------------------------------------
Newton Mechanics = particle physics:

Pressure = Force / Area Work and Energy = Force x distance

Quantum Mechanics = wave physics

QM = specific quantas of Energy thus not just any wave but of specific
waveLENGTH (or amplitude).

QCD = ****SPECIFIC**** quanta frequency and wavelength (thus
****SPECIFIC**** distance between quarks) where interacting FORCE is
the strongest.

Descriptions of the word "asymptocal" actually show a resonance wave.
Thus at resonance(harmony) the FORCE and amplitude delivered by this
asymptotical wave is at it's highest. Example: Nerves inside the ears,
at resonace the highest FORCE (and signal) is passed on to the nerves
which then deliver the signal as Neurons to the brain.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 5:01 pm    Post subject: Re: How much MORE destructive would be a ***NUCLEON*** BOMB ?? Reply with quote

guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
PD wrote:
guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
Splitting a Nucleus versus Splitting a Neutron or a Proton or a Quark
or a Pion:


How much more Energy(Destruction) woud a Nucleon (or Quark? or Pion?)
Bomb produce over a Nuclear Fission/Fusion Bomb?? (Perhaps in GeV
release between both Bombs)

Could a single, same size Fat Man Nucleon or Quark Bomb destroy both N
& S America (= How much stronger is the strong force or the resisual
strong force versus the nuclear force)?

About a factor of 100,000.

However, there is a fundamental difference, and this makes "nucleon
splitting" not a viable vehicle for the release of energy. QCD, the
interaction in question, is asymptotically free at small distances and
asymptotically bound at large distances.

Harmony is an asymptotical nature, and energy can be RELEASE such as
for resonance:

Descriptions of the word "asymptocal" actually show a resonance wave.

An asymptotical time limit (electronic radio): if the time intervals
are too short or too long the release (transmission) of energy is
weaker then when there is perfect resonance. An asymptotical distance
limit (ears) : if the nerve sensors inside the ears are too long or
short the release (neuron transmission) of energy is weaker then when
there is perfect resonance (energy not just used for binding attraction
but also energy dispersion/transfer = residual force).

Therefore I believe that asymptotical causes alone will not prevent nor
diminish the release of Energy and in fact there can be the strong..est
and *most* distant release of energy from the asymptocal nature of
resonance.

In other words, the asymptotical causes simply weaken the production
(and release) of Energy depending on the distance and time intervals
but these asymptotical causes *****DO NOT PREVENT***** the release of
this energy.


I think you need to dust off your freshman physics book and study
the concepts of force, work, and energy.

-jc
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 11:37 am    Post subject: Re: How much MORE destructive would be a ***NUCLEON*** BOMB ?? Reply with quote

guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
PD wrote:
guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
Splitting a Nucleus versus Splitting a Neutron or a Proton or a Quark
or a Pion:


How much more Energy(Destruction) woud a Nucleon (or Quark? or Pion?)
Bomb produce over a Nuclear Fission/Fusion Bomb?? (Perhaps in GeV
release between both Bombs)

Could a single, same size Fat Man Nucleon or Quark Bomb destroy both N
& S America (= How much stronger is the strong force or the resisual
strong force versus the nuclear force)?

About a factor of 100,000.

However, there is a fundamental difference, and this makes "nucleon
splitting" not a viable vehicle for the release of energy. QCD, the
interaction in question, is asymptotically free at small distances and
asymptotically bound at large distances.

Harmony is an asymptotical nature, and energy can be RELEASE such as
for resonance:

Descriptions of the word "asymptocal" actually show a resonance wave.

An asymptotical time limit (electronic radio): if the time intervals
are too short or too long the release (transmission) of energy is
weaker then when there is perfect resonance. An asymptotical distance
limit (ears) : if the nerve sensors inside the ears are too long or
short the release (neuron transmission) of energy is weaker then when
there is perfect resonance (energy not just used for binding attraction
but also energy dispersion/transfer = residual force).

Therefore I believe that asymptotical causes alone will not prevent nor
diminish the release of Energy and in fact there can be the strong..est
and *most* distant release of energy from the asymptocal nature of
resonance.

In other words, the asymptotical causes simply weaken the production
(and release) of Energy depending on the distance and time intervals
but these asymptotical causes *****DO NOT PREVENT***** the release of
this energy.


As well the very opposite of harmony and it's asymptotical nature is
"instability", the seed of a nuclear explosion?

Quote:

This is precisely the opposite
of QED, and is due to the mutual interaction of gluons (whereas photons
do not interact with each other). This makes it impossible to *release*
energy when splitting up a nucleon via the strong interaction.

Neutrons and so-called "strange" hadrons can release energy via the
*weak* interaction, but the rate is considerably lower and would not
lead to a chain reaction.

PD


-------------------------------------------------------
The capability of Nucleon's or quarks or pions(very short lifespan =
possilbly very unstable) or muons to decay and the need of specific
"magic numbers" shows possible signs of instability which may be an
important criteria similar to an unstable nucleus (Uranium and
Plutanium)?

(Fission into 2 new atoms = Nuclear Bomb, Fission(or fusion) into 2 new
Pions or a return into the Old Primordial Quarks Soup, etc... = Nucleon
Bomb?)
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 11:27 am    Post subject: Re: How much MORE destructive would be a ***NUCLEON*** BOMB ?? Reply with quote

PD wrote:
Quote:
guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
Splitting a Nucleus versus Splitting a Neutron or a Proton or a Quark
or a Pion:


How much more Energy(Destruction) woud a Nucleon (or Quark? or Pion?)
Bomb produce over a Nuclear Fission/Fusion Bomb?? (Perhaps in GeV
release between both Bombs)

Could a single, same size Fat Man Nucleon or Quark Bomb destroy both N
& S America (= How much stronger is the strong force or the resisual
strong force versus the nuclear force)?

About a factor of 100,000.

However, there is a fundamental difference, and this makes "nucleon
splitting" not a viable vehicle for the release of energy. QCD, the
interaction in question, is asymptotically free at small distances and
asymptotically bound at large distances.

Harmony is an asymptotical nature, and energy can be RELEASE such as
for resonance:

Descriptions of the word "asymptocal" actually show a resonance wave.

An asymptotical time limit (electronic radio): if the time intervals
are too short or too long the release (transmission) of energy is
weaker then when there is perfect resonance. An asymptotical distance
limit (ears) : if the nerve sensors inside the ears are too long or
short the release (neuron transmission) of energy is weaker then when
there is perfect resonance (energy not just used for binding attraction
but also energy dispersion/transfer = residual force).

Therefore I believe that asymptotical causes alone will not prevent nor
diminish the release of Energy and in fact there can be the strong..est
and *most* distant release of energy from the asymptocal nature of
resonance.

In other words, the asymptotical causes simply weaken the production
(and release) of Energy depending on the distance and time intervals
but these asymptotical causes *****DO NOT PREVENT***** the release of
this energy.


Quote:
This is precisely the opposite
of QED, and is due to the mutual interaction of gluons (whereas photons
do not interact with each other). This makes it impossible to *release*
energy when splitting up a nucleon via the strong interaction.

Neutrons and so-called "strange" hadrons can release energy via the
*weak* interaction, but the rate is considerably lower and would not
lead to a chain reaction.

PD


-------------------------------------------------------
The capability of Nucleon's or quarks or pions(very short lifespan =
possilbly very unstable) or muons to decay and the need of specific
"magic numbers" shows possible signs of instability which may be an
important criteria similar to an unstable nucleus (Uranium and
Plutanium)?

(Fission into 2 new atoms = Nuclear Bomb, Fission(or fusion) into 2 new
Pions or a return into the Old Primordial Quarks Soup, etc... = Nucleon
Bomb?)
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 7:02 am    Post subject: Re: How much MORE destructive would be a ***NUCLEON*** BOMB ?? Reply with quote

guskz@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
Splitting a Nucleus versus Splitting a Neutron or a Proton or a Quark
or a Pion:


How much more Energy(Destruction) woud a Nucleon (or Quark? or Pion?)
Bomb produce over a Nuclear Fission/Fusion Bomb?? (Perhaps in GeV
release between both Bombs)

Could a single, same size Fat Man Nucleon or Quark Bomb destroy both N
& S America (= How much stronger is the strong force or the resisual
strong force versus the nuclear force)?

About a factor of 100,000.

However, there is a fundamental difference, and this makes "nucleon
splitting" not a viable vehicle for the release of energy. QCD, the
interaction in question, is asymptotically free at small distances and
asymptotically bound at large distances. This is precisely the opposite
of QED, and is due to the mutual interaction of gluons (whereas photons
do not interact with each other). This makes it impossible to *release*
energy when splitting up a nucleon via the strong interaction.

Neutrons and so-called "strange" hadrons can release energy via the
*weak* interaction, but the rate is considerably lower and would not
lead to a chain reaction.

PD

Quote:

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The capability of Nucleon's or quarks or pions(very short lifespan =
possilbly very unstable) or muons to decay and the need of specific
"magic numbers" shows possible signs of instability which may be an
important criteria similar to an unstable nucleus (Uranium and
Plutanium)?

(Fission into 2 new atoms = Nuclear Bomb, Fission(or fusion) into 2 new
Pions or a return into the Old Primordial Quarks Soup, etc... = Nucleon
Bomb?)
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 10:21 am    Post subject: How much MORE destructive would be a ***NUCLEON*** BOMB ?? Reply with quote

Splitting a Nucleus versus Splitting a Neutron or a Proton or a Quark
or a Pion:


How much more Energy(Destruction) woud a Nucleon (or Quark? or Pion?)
Bomb produce over a Nuclear Fission/Fusion Bomb?? (Perhaps in GeV
release between both Bombs)

Could a single, same size Fat Man Nucleon or Quark Bomb destroy both N
& S America (= How much stronger is the strong force or the resisual
strong force versus the nuclear force)?

-------------------------------------------------------
The capability of Nucleon's or quarks or pions(very short lifespan =
possilbly very unstable) or muons to decay and the need of specific
"magic numbers" shows possible signs of instability which may be an
important criteria similar to an unstable nucleus (Uranium and
Plutanium)?

(Fission into 2 new atoms = Nuclear Bomb, Fission(or fusion) into 2 new
Pions or a return into the Old Primordial Quarks Soup, etc... = Nucleon
Bomb?)
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