# Discovery of a new particle.

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by victorespinoza, Jul 31, 2013.

1. ### originIn a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect.Valued Senior Member

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Now what do you think?

3. ### victorespinozaGuest

Of where it comes what inflates the balloon.

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5. ### originIn a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect.Valued Senior Member

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The balloon is small to begin with. At this point the air pressure in the balloon is equal to the air pressure on the outside of the balloon plus the compressive force of the elastic.

As the air pressure is decreased the ballon expands until the internal pressure equals the lowered external air pressure and the compressive force of the elastic.

7. ### victorespinozaGuest

All the force compressive low. The elastic stretches, but how stretches the air in the balloon, if the air not stretches.

For increse the size of the air in the balloon, there is that inject more matter in the balloon.

This matter how enters, will be by a black holes.

An air bubble does not increase in size because it fell the pressure.

8. ### LakonValued Senior Member

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Victor, I'm no scientist, but it's even blindingly obvious to me. Origins clip - the air in the flask is sucked out - it becomes thinner. The air in the balloon, now having more pressure, thins to be in equlilibrium with the air in the flask.

Think of it this way. Imagine there was no balloon in the flask - just an imaginary one. The air in that volume bounded by the imaginary balloon thins out .. behaves the same way as if the ballon was there. Because the ballloon is soft and maleable. If it was a steel hard sphere it wouldn't.

Your so called Veegrans .. or whatever, behave the same way. Think about it for a minute before you decide to dig your heals in.

9. ### victorespinozaGuest

The air in the balloon, now having more pressure, thins to be in equlilibrium with the air in the flask.

As grows if no there are more matter inside the balloon.

To make a equlibrium, it is necessary to more matter.

10. ### LakonValued Senior Member

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If you were to suddenly pop outta here and pop into outer space, you head would expand and explode and so would the rest of you to reach equilibrium of the vacumn in outer space.

No 'necessary to more matter', no more Victor .. no matter!

11. ### originIn a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect.Valued Senior Member

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I realize that you do not have the barest understanding of basic physics and do not appear interested in learning any. You seem to enjoy just making up stuff on your own which is fine, I thought for fun I would expose you to some very basic concepts that are real. You can carry on with your vegans and stuff like that without further comment from me.

Enjoy.

12. ### victorespinozaGuest

If need more matter.

Because nothing grows without more matter.

It is impossible to grow and create "the nothing.".

I discovered that the vacuum to obtain an equilibrium, brings a new particle to through of a black hole that I called Veegtron.

And what is obtained through of the Veegtrones to obtain the equilibrium in a vacuum I call it Veegtronesdim

Muy affectionately,
Victor Eluas Espinoza Guedez
09 August 2013

13. ### LakonValued Senior Member

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What grew in the video clip above ?

And when air was put back into the flask, what 'ungrew' ? Where did those black holes of your go when the ballon went back to it's original size ?

And is your head (re my above post) full of black holes too ?

14. ### LakonValued Senior Member

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And when you breathe, you do so by expanding / contractingyour diaphram and creating a vaccum. Do you create black holes there too ?

.. Strike me pink ..

15. ### LakonValued Senior Member

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Edited above post for accuracy.

Hey, Victor - my post above, piqued my curiousity. So I held my nose tight, my lips sealed tight, and tried to breathe in / out. Took no air in / out at all, though I managed to expand / contract my lungs, etc. Do you think I created miniture black holes in the process ?

16. ### victorespinozaGuest

According to my analysis of the vacuum are dimensional holes.

17. ### spidergoatLiddle' Dick TaterValued Senior Member

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Most new discoveries of this sort lead to practical applications. What does knowing about the Veegortran allow you to invent?

18. ### victorespinozaGuest

Nooooooo Sir, currently the scientists study the vacuum with expensive instruments.

I study the vacuum with a syringe. jajajajaja.

And the scientists not published his findings about the vacuum and other phenomena.

19. ### spidergoatLiddle' Dick TaterValued Senior Member

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I'm thinking we could open a black hole and travel to another universe.

20. ### victorespinozaGuest

Not you goals with the dimensions, is classified. secret confidential and secret of State. FBI. The Pentagon. Intelligence, etc.

I am sorry but, I do have permission, but you not.

21. ### billvonValued Senior Member

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The Veegomatic of course. Turns carrots and celery into veegetable juice. It's like a juicer, but so good it turns veggies into subatomic particles.

22. ### victorespinozaGuest

You know why the banana is ripe? Because it is rotting.

23. ### billvonValued Senior Member

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You'll have to come up with a new subatomic particle to explain that one. Perhaps the fruuitron.