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Can a vector of force represent thermal radiation?
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chemguy
2018-10-08 18:37:26 UTC
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The components of a force vector are associated with energies of heat, light, gravity, and inertia. The magnitude of thermal force is associated with Plank temperature, and a component of thermal force is associated with Hawking temperature.

Components also give mass dilation.

Can a Higgs force be obtained from co-variant and contra-variant forces of radiation?

Reference; http://newstuff77.weebly.com 10 Thermal Force
p***@gmail.com
2019-07-09 00:15:41 UTC
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The components of a force vector are associated with energies of heat, light, gravity, and inertia. The magnitude of thermal force is associated with Plank temperature, and a component of thermal force is associated with Hawking temperature.
Components also give mass dilation.
Can a Higgs force be obtained from co-variant and contra-variant forces of radiation?
Reference; http://newstuff77.weebly.com 10 Thermal Force
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what is'' mass dilation'' ??

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p***@gmail.com
2019-07-11 10:42:22 UTC
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Post by chemguy
The components of a force vector are associated with energies of heat, light, gravity, and inertia. The magnitude of thermal force is associated with Plank temperature, and a component of thermal force is associated with Hawking temperature.
Components also give mass dilation.
Can a Higgs force be obtained from co-variant and contra-variant forces of radiation?
Reference; http://newstuff77.weebly.com 10 Thermal Force
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what is'' mass dilation'' ??
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TIA
Y.P
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a vector has one direction
energy is in many !!! directions !!
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