Question About Free Electrons

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. loosewire

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    With out being powered is there a natural occurring electron
    source that will kill a Bateria or virus. Radiation will kill cancer
    cells,powered by man.Why does the electron community allow
    such an imbalance in nature ? Are there any type of implosion
    that could occur ,since nature is made of electron matter. I am
    not talking about lightning,The microscopic world.
     
  2. Wendy

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    I remember band aids that used static electricity to sterilize the band aids as you peeled the backing off. Does that count?
     
  3. loosewire

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    Bill,that counts, life cycle and exposure also.
     
  4. Wendy

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    Haven't seen those in a while, makes you wonder....
     
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  6. loosewire

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    Bill,when I have time,I will give you a site to bring up.I am not able
    to do that now.There is more to this odd thought. Meantime
    think about what I posted not in a man made text,but nature.
     
  7. Ratch

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    loosewire,

    You betcha. The solar wind from a large solar flare has enough high energy electrons, and just about any other mass particle you can name to fry your body up nice and brown.

    What imbalance is that, and what choice does the "electron" community have in the matter?

    Well, when the sun runs out of hydrogen, it implodes from gravitational collapse before turning into a supernova. Nature is made from many different particles, not just electrons.

    The macro is the collective action of the microscopic.

    Ratch
     
  8. steveb

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    Actually, the sun does not have enough mass to become a supernova when it runs out of hydrogen.
     
  9. loosewire

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    Electron,(vs) biouminescence infective nocturnal nematodes. An
    Example where the the electron world is out of balance. Spores
    seeds another example where there is no electron collision.Electrons
    are static, a nematode dies,(dead) then breaks open releasing
    thousands of new nematodes. Anyone for a bare foot walk in the
    park ? So is there an example where free electrons help us,
    other than being part of matter.Free electrons, no emf applied.
     
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  10. loosewire

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    Free electrons are so powerful that nothing would exist without them?
     
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  11. Ratch

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    steveb,

    Yes, you are correct. I should have said plain nova.

    Ratch
     
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