sams writes: What is Heat
What you are about to read is something new and hereto unexplored. Science is based on observations. To put this science in perspective, we must approach understanding fundamental elements by observations and by the interpretations of motion of more complex matter.
To postulate that there may exist a scientific or logical law that allows something to evolve from nothing as a theory, unscientific and completely unworkable in explaining evolution, is a wishful hypothetical of a supernatural concern. Understanding fundamental basic laws will make the universe self - evident.
To explain what heat is; must come from knowing how heat and temperature differ, if we are to have a clear understanding how energy and matter are related. In order to understand the nature of heat, it is necessary to appreciate the concept that all matter consists of a coalescence of specific heat units. It is likewise necessary to envision the quantum heat unit as intrinsic and the single basic irreducible constituent of everything that has mass.
Hence if we are to assume that "nothing" is not matter than heat must
be referred to as containing mass, ergo we must support a logical and
philosophical pursuit and pursue the heat unit to its source.
As a consequence we may extrapolate the heat unit to be the ultimate particle of matter.
Scientists over the years have come up with many hypotheses and
tried to explain the difference between heat and temperature. One such
hypothesis was suppositioned by Lavoisier. He suggested that heat might
be a substance with mass, which he called caloric. But Lavoisier's idea
was not supported by experimental observations, and scientists looked
for otherways to explain heat.
To better understand thermodynamics and lay a foundation why things
happen, we must follow a physical trail of these minuscule matter
In defense of Lavoisier, for us to assume without proof this
supposition, a phase for reasoned pursuit of the senses must be
adopted, that will seek to establish standards of evidence. We may
provide rational methods, techniques, evaluate ideas to the best of our
abilities and try to create favorable conditions, consequently
technical limitations may prevent complete confidence in some theories
either because our instruments are inadequate, or because other areas
can not provided us with supporting data. Ergo we may never physically
witness the existence of these fundamental units. The improbability in
perceiving microphenomena directly should not suggest that these
phenomena are non-material.
we have a clear ability to distinguish phase changes like a solid to
leguid or to vapor but humans have limitations when the same properties
are micro or irreducible elements as an unobservable phase.
It is a formidable challenge to catch a minnow with a net designed for sharks.
WHAT IS TEMPERATURE
The heat of a mass is the aggregate of none binding and binding
(specific) heat units. This we may define as the sum total of all the
irreducible constituents in a mass and describe this as the temperature
of a mass as that which determines the sensation of warmth or coldness
felt. It is a common belief that there is a fixed amount of heat in the
Greater universe, whenever specific units of common interest are
concentrated they will create hot spots.
In conclusion the structure of matter is a configuration of Potential
Rest Energy (quantum heat units ) when combined form fundamental
particles and particles when combined eventually form atoms.
QUANTUM HEAT THEORY
If heat is a causative factor of expansion, what is its specific structure?
Does heat occupy space?
How big is a heat unit?
Are all irreducible units of equal thermal value?
Do they exist as fluid like?
The linchpin of the heat unit theory is, heat must consist of a
few varying flavored irreducible constituents. A conceptual
understanding of basic energy and the study of quantum heat units as to
how they master the change of state, when we believe that heat can
neither be created, nor destroyed. It can coalesce or disperse. Hence
we may postulate the greater universe as a closed thermal structure.
To explain what heat is; must come from a quantum unit theory.
Which states that all matter is made up of irreducible elements called
quantum thermal units.
If the basics units are thermal hence all fundamental particles must
likewise be thermal. We may postulate heat in all probabilities is the
basic none-homogenous unit in the Greater Universe and assume that all
more complex particles are an amalgamation of varying values. The
senses seem to formulate evidence that heat and potential rest energy
(pre) may be similar in function and in structure.
We therefore need to assign unit measures to heat units to more clearly
understand the relationships between fundamental particles and more
We may extrapolate from observations as to the percentage of observable
baryon matter in the universe.and assume the greater universe consists
of a few irreducible varying quantum values.
A Quantum Heat Theory must offer reasons and show cause, why
heat generates expansion in both molecules and in more complex matter.
The coalescence of specific heat units will impose value change in fmp configuration, the act of forming more complex matter.
The 2nd law of thermodynamics presents an argument of evidence that
varying fmp values generate propagation of more complex matter.
One definition of expansion-- The act of amalgamating or the condition resulting from this act.
Question - heat and PRE are these units analogous in value, structure and function?
When we say this object (A) is hotter and this one (B) is
colder, we are referring to that (A) has more coalesced specific heat
Example, we believe that heat cannot be created nor destroyed
but quick repetitive friction of two substances will cause an increase
What is the mechanism to explain this function?
The Quantum Heat Theory must offer an explanation why heat can cause expansion in molecules and more complex matter.
The quantum thermal unit rearrangement theory states-- No two quantum thermal units can share the same point in space.
To thoroughly digest the quantum thermal unit rearrangement concept, we should first start with a proposition;
What is the mechanism to explain the function and extrapolate a theory
of a quantum thermal unit rearrangement. Like sound or water for QTUR
propagation, a contactual contiguous fluid like medium, to fill the
total volume is required.
Sequentially vast quantities of quantum units are needed to simply fill this space.
Let us posit a novel argument for general behavior and causation of these basic constituents.
These varying PRE values eventually form baryonic particles and advance
to more complex matter but do not increase their unit value* in respect
to volume in space.
Unit value* To define the term is to say. The unit cannot accrete more
heat or increase its respective volume albeit through the coalescence
of specific unit will increase the configured mass. These new binding
units simply displace none binding (PRE?) units and resultantly claim
that space. These specific particles initiate motion and thermal
transference but their respective unit value or volume remains a
What we are witnessing is a local coalescence of binding particles or
formation of baryonic matter, an increase of quantities of specific
units in an expanding local region only.
Hypothetically we may extrapolate, one cubic inch of space will contain
a constant number of non - binding units. Likewise one cubic inch of
space will contain a constant number of binding units inconsequential
as to the type of matter the number of PRE units subject to flavor will
What is the mechanism to explain this function?
Example, we believe that heat cannot be created nor destroyed but quick
repetitive friction of two substances will cause an increase in
Adding heat to a solid gradually dilutes the structure and
influence "specific units" to increase their spacing (disperse). Any
further continued injection of none binding heat units into the mass
leads to gradual expansion (dispersion), eventually initiates a phase
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