Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by victorespinoza, Jul 5, 2013.
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I'm relatively certain that all particles vibrate, therefore all particles can heat(increase vibrational frequency) or cool(decrease vibrational frequency).
And for this reason It heats the room without light and closed.
I take it this particle stopped by and introduced itself?
The particle heats and cools. This proves its existence.
Total nonsense. As expected from victor.
So do cats. They warm you up when they sit in your lap, and on cold nights get all puffed out. Thus proving that they can heat AND cool.
Can your Veegatron warm your lap up on a cold winter night? Thought not.
The higher temperature will be which dominate the environment temperature.
I'm pretty sure that there are many, many sources of heat that you haven't taken into account in your "theory". I've already mentioned one, friction, but I'm positive we can think of many others.
Why when you heat up something It will cool, as if it returned to its original temperature.
Because heat will tend to equalize. Heat moves through convection, conduction and radiation. In the case of radiation, heat moves through infrared photons. So you see, you haven't found anything new.
And what heats the photon?
Nothing heats it. It is generated with a certain energy. You haven't discovered anything.
I have found the particle that you don't see in the space.
What about inside the icebox in a fridge.
It's dark in there, but it's not hot, is it?
Where are the Veegtrons?
Victor,you've found nothing. You never have. You think you have because you've never had any education in science. So everytime you get a half baked idea, you think it's real and something new. It isn't and never has been.
The Veegtron takes the temperature of the atom.
Say you were in a room that was cold, because the day is wintry outside.
You turn off the light.
The room is cold, because the Veegtron takes the temperature of the atom.
After a few hours, the weather outside gets very warm.
Why will the temperature inside the room rise?
By the temperature external to the room.
So how does the heat outside the room transfer into the room?
Please explain fully.
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