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Explosive Sediments

Updated on April 25, 2013

Explosive sediments

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Explosive Sediments

Quantum Physics

Ionized atoms and molecules can be very dramatic and explosive in there continual electrical wave of energy, at any given moment in time, or in a unit of energy bursts. The physical nature of ionized atoms is described in Quantum physics as indivisible or invisible units of energy. Quantum physics is a branch or study of the behavioral science of matter that deals with discrete, indivisible units of energy called “quanta” as described by the Quantum Theory at the microscopic level. There are five main ideas represented in Quantum Theory:

  1. Energy is not continuous, but comes in small but discrete units. 1
  2. The elementary particles behave both like particles and like waves. 2
  3. The movement of these particles is inherently random. 3
  4. It is physically impossible to know both the position and the momentum of a particle at the same time. The more precisely one is known, the less precise the measurement of the other is.4
  5. The atomic world is nothing like the world we live in

Just what is an activated Ion or Ionized atom or molecule? It is the carbon isotopes sediments that are atoms or molecules of sediments that our bodies leave behind in sediment, soil, rock, fossils, glass, or dirt (Geology). These sediments are the carbon footprint that leave behind a legacy of what life was like in the era or the sediments left behind. These sediments are highly active and radioactive when there are volcanic eruptions that cause the sediments to burst forth and maintain the magnetic fields that they are pre-disposed with. Atoms are living particles both in the sense of living organisms where they live on in the most minuet particle. There are also living organisms in the sea, marine water, or salt water that are called, “phytoplankton.”

A fascinating fact uncovered with the sea or pond processes that geologists employ in regard to back dating is that Oxygen must be present below or above certain concentrations of water for fish to survive in the water. There are processes that occur when the fish cannot survive, which is called, “Fish Kills.” Fish kills start when the phytoplankton (microscopic green plants) die off in the water and the water becomes deficient, then the fish die out also. It is part of the natural processes of water splitting in there molecular state. This is one of the processes of the ocean or ponds called, photosynthesis and it also has radioactive sediments that are in the process of energies, when atoms split in its normal course of nature.

Geologists are the time-trackers and time-tracers of dating geological finds like artifacts, coins, and rare antiques to record human history that archaeologists uncover in the discovery of the finds. Most of the substances that are left over are sediments left as a carbon footprint for a geologist to unravel the mystery of life, time, and environment. This leads the way to other subjects like global warming, carbon offsetting, and leaving your carbon footprint.

Volume 1, Issue 39, April 25, 2013

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