How the motion of the Moon affects
the seeds and the water of our oceans.
The discovery of cumulative-dissipative processes, activated by the movement with respect to the Moon, to date, has allowed an application in agriculture, useful for the increase of crops, as well as the solution of two inconsistencies in physics, which had not yet been resolved, as will be said briefly on this page.
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First discovered in the seeds.
The cumulative-dissipative processes were first discovered in the seeds. If well coordinated, these processes increase the germination power of the seeds, and consequently the harvests, in the order of at least 30 to 50 percent. They favor the root system, which goes deeper, so useful in case of drought.
Physicist Ilya Prigogine has called "dissipative structures" systems that consume free energy, produce order and disperse heat.
Cumulative dissipative structures.
From the results of this research, I can say that cumulative-dissipative structures - such as fatty acids in seeds, and water - produce order in processes that manifest themselves in such peculiar ways, that it is as if they had their own signature.
The cumulative-dissipative processes allow the reduction of entropy (hence an improvement) without energy degradation.
To do this, 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.
As said before, they are induced at angular movement with respect to other matter, but this can take place only at critical angular velocities. Because of this, they usually manifest themselves during brief episodes of interaction. Except when said movement insists for a long time on a critical angular velocity.
Evolution and second law of thermodynamics.
Cumulative-dissipative processes, here on the Earth, allow the decrease of entropy without the degradation of energy, thus making evolution possible, despite the second law of thermodynamics.
The cumulative dissipative processes keep the water viable, exploiting its movement with respect to the surrounding matter.
They also cause the phenomenon of tides, understood as a cyclic variation of the density of water, thanks to the movement with respect to the Moon and Sun.
I can say this because this happens according to the peculiar modalities of the cumulative dissipative processes, previously specified, as we will see in short later on this page.
So, it would become even clearer the absurdity of having attributed this phenomenon to the attraction. That was done at the price of devising a second formula valid only for the tides, where the distance is raised to the third power, in contrast to the normal one, where the distance is raised to the second power.
I do not exclude.
I do not exclude that the cumulative dissipative processes can also be operational in other molecules.
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.
As already said, the cumulative dissipative processes are activated by the angular motion with respect to other matter. For a seed that is stationary with respect to the Earth, the movement is with respect to the Moon.
Example: harvest results from two seed groups (5+5), of the same quality, 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).
This graph shows the angular velocity, given as hourly average, of the delay recovering of the Moon, on its revolution around the Earth, defined in 86400 deltins, and performed during one sidereal month.
Two physics problems.
Cumulative dissipative processes solve two problems in physics.
Evolution and second law of thermodynamics.
There are two important theories, both supported by evidences, but they give us two opposite consequences. A real enigma, for about 150 years, still waiting for a solution.
There is the theory of evolution, for which, throughout the history of Nature, there has been a progressive development and improvement in plants and animals.
This theory, however, has to deal with the second law of thermodynamics, because of which all processes are carried out at the expense of the degradation of the energies that exist in the universe.
Almost every improvement, every reduction in entropy, is individual and local, at the expense of something else. This should involve the general involution of life forms, in increasingly less complex forms, until the so-called "death of heat", when there will be no more useful energy for any process.
As they say about the two theories: either Darwin is right, or Clausius. Not both.
Now the cumulative dissipative processes make them agree.
Energy is not degraded.
In fact, these processes lead to an improvement, without the energy being degraded. The energy in the form of heat that is used in the processes, is borrowed in the cumulative phase of the cycle, but returned in the subsequent dissipative phase, when molecules tend to fall on lower energy and more uniform configurations, in a kind of reset, of self-organization.
At the end of the two phases entropy is reduced, with no energy degradation, by circumventing the second law of thermodynamics, thus making evolution possible.
The two theories are now considered compatible by me, thanks to the cumulative-dissipative processes, true engines that make the negentropic balances positive, here on our Earth, where all the necessary constraints are satisfied.
Second problem. Tidal theory revisited.
About 330 years ago, rather than admitting we did not know the cause of the tides, we decided to attribute it to gravity, to the cost of having to introduce a second formula of attraction, specific for the tides, next to the normal one, valid for all the rest.
So we said that it is not the Sun that attracts the waters of our seas on average 178 times more than the Moon does, as would be the normal formula of attraction. Instead, it would be the Moon which attracts them on average 2.17 times more than the Sun does.
All this in defiance of the fundamental rule, for which the book of Nature is written in mathematical characters, as Galileo Galilei had previously stated. Correct, not false characters.
We will see how instead the phenomenon of tides is due to the variation of the density of water, thanks to the cumulative-dissipative processes, induced by the movement with respect to the Moon and the Sun, according to the peculiar modes of those processes.
The evidence for the solution of the second problem.
The evidence was collected in a lagoon, a kind of natural astronomical observatory, at times when there is a combination of variables, which amplifies the local generation of the tide.
The most important variables 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 only at the points a, b, c, d of the calendar).
Then water figures form, arranged more or less regularly. In places where the generation of the tide is amplified, they take 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.
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).