How the motion of the Moon affects
the seeds and the water of our oceans.
release 22.0 - 2022-04-14
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Prologue (contents of the site in brief).
On the cumulative-dissipative processes.
The reader is advised that there is not yet a peer review on this new subject. There will be only after other researchers have carried out the necessary observations and experiments.
Discovery and application.
Everything started from the discovery of how the seeds retain their germinative capacity for a long time, thanks to cumulative-dissipative processes, meant as exchanges of energy, first in accumulation, then in dissipation, induced in agreement with the angular motion with regard to other matter, as I will explain. For a seed that is stationary with respect to the Earth, the movement is with respect to the Moon.
I have seen how these processes, if well coordinated, can even increase the germinative capacity of seeds, and consequently the harvests, in the order of at least 30 to 50 percent.
Example: harvest results from two seed groups (5+5) kept at two different temperatures during the cumulative phase (period d-a). The sowing took place on april 7th 2005, the day before the beginning of the dissipative phase (a-b).
Before the theory.
In the discovery of these processes, observation, experiments and application preceded the theory. Just like in the case of the use of steam, when, before the application, there was still no thermodynamic theory.
Instead, in the case of cumulative-dissipative processes, it happened because the theory of thermodynamics excludes what instead these processes make possible: the reduction of entropy, with no energy degradation. Not in contrast with the second law of thermodynamics, but thanks to processes which in fact circumvent it.
Evolution and second law of thermodynamics.
This finally brings together two theories - evolution and the second law of thermodynamics - both supported by evidence, but currently held to be in contrast with each other.
On the one hand, there is the theory of the evolution of the various forms of life, which leads to improvement.
On the other hand, there is the theory of the second law of thermodynamics, where instead almost all processes are carried out at the expense of the degradation of the energies available in the Universe, and therefore almost every improvement, every reduction of entropy is individual and local, at the expense of the rest. On the whole, this would involve the involution of life forms, in increasingly less complex forms, until the "death of heat".
The two theories are now considered compatible by me, thanks to the cumulative-dissipative processes, true engines that make the negentropic balances positive.
Cumulative-dissipative processes manifest themselves in such peculiar ways, that it is as if they had their own signature.
They use a consequent force, activated by the angular motion with respect to other matter, and by heat exchanges, first lent, when the mouvement is increasing, and then returned, when it is decreasing. Almost always, they manifest themselves only during brief episodes of interaction, because they are induced only at critical angular velocities.
Tidal theory revisited.
These processes dissolve another enigma of physics, the fact of having attributed to gravity two different formulas, one valid for the tides, where the distance is raised to the third power, and another one valid for everything else, where the distance is raised to the second power.
In fact, the tides are due to changing density and volume of water, thanks to cumulative dissipative processes, induced by the motion with regard to Moon and Sun.
The evidence was collected in a kind of natural astronomical observatory, at times when there is a combination of variables, which amplifies the generation of the phenomenon. The most important ones are: (1) when the movement of non-stagnant water is reduced; and (2) when the movement of the Moon is at a critical angular velocity, for a prolonged time (almost always at the points a, b, c, d of the calendar).
Then water protuberances form, arranged more or less regularly. In places where the generation of the tide is amplified, it takes the form of protuberances,
or even of what I call density waves.
The "density waves" phenomenon of the film took place on March 18, 2011, at point c of the calendar, at the critical angular velocity of deltins 139,4/hr.
I do not exclude that the cumulative dissipative processes can also be operational in other areas / systems.
A quest to be concluded.
What I found must be confirmed by other researchers. Then, this search is far from complete. I am alone, and there are still large areas to be defined, for example the list of critical angular velocities at which cumulative-dissipative processes are performed.
However, this last difficulty can be grasped by others as an opportunity, as an incentive to adopt this research to complete it, given my age (I was born in February 1943).