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    Yesterday, We've seen CERN fired up the beams to the energy of 5TeV. So how much energy is 5Tev?


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    About the kinetic energy of a flying mosquito.


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    I knew there'd have to be a reason behind climate change and Britains energy bill crisis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenobiology
    Yesterday, We've seen CERN fired up the beams to the energy of 5TeV. So how much energy is 5Tev?
    5TeV equals 5*1000*1000*1000*1.6e-19 J
    electron beam of about 1MeV can make metal melt and 1TeV is 1000MeV
    So you can image the high energy.
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    7 TeV is not much energy at all. But each proton in the accelerator has that much energy, and there are a lot of protons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wangwy13
    Quote Originally Posted by xenobiology
    Yesterday, We've seen CERN fired up the beams to the energy of 5TeV. So how much energy is 5Tev?
    5TeV equals 5*1000*1000*1000*1.6e-19 J
    electron beam of about 1MeV can make metal melt and 1TeV is 1000MeV
    So you can image the high energy.
    What most do not realize is that darkness, has more energy then that. We do not even detect that voltage. Or more technically put velocity of electrons in ambient radiation.


    Plasma is going to give you the most you can get electrically. It is disintegration.

    X-rays used to be measured in voltage. Yet their output could pass right through you and not even be felt. Even though very high voltage had just penetrated you. These rays in my opinion were correctly called X-rays. Even though they were actually electrons/electricity, at almost undetectable velocity.


    Multi subatomic particle scientists, did work in airplanes with cosmic rays and noted that cosmic rays caused different voltages, if you were flying east to west or north to south.

    And although they misunderstood electricity, and the atom, their findings were basically correct. That there is a difference depending on which way you transverse the planet. Or at which altitude you were flying or floating at.

    Strange they did not know about this for the atomic clock experiments, and shield their atomic clock properly.

    They used an electroscope. I believe Bowen, Miliken , Regener and Piccard all found the same thing. Some even while in a balloon.



    What they had either misunderstood, or never got. Was that it is all electrons at different velocity.
    Some of them believed there were positive and negative electrons. Because of these experiments.
    Although they did not have a good understanding of the basics. They did uncover noticeable repeatable finds, while moving across the face of the earth at different angles. And different locations.

    That is the problem with some of these guys. They went out and did what was already proven, but did it with publicity and a lot of literature. Unfortunately they were almost always lacking some basic point of view. That allowed them to name electrons with new names.

    They were able to record the path of particles on film even in those days. They believed that it was a single electrons path that was causing the recording on film.

    From a Universal Scientists point of view. It could have been a single electrons path. However we will never know. Because it required an infinite number of electrons to create the effect on the film.

    There were just so many other explanations that calling it a positive electron was just a little too unscientific.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xenobiology
    Yesterday, We've seen CERN fired up the beams to the energy of 5TeV. So how much energy is 5Tev?
    1ev=1 elctron * Volt=1.6*10^-19Coulomb * Volt=1.6*10^-19 Joule
    1Tev=1.6*10^-7 Joule
    5Tev=8*10^-7 Joule
    And the momentum of each particle is about
    8*10^-7 Joule / c(the speed of light) =2.67 * 10^-15 kg m/s
    For an proton, the mass of the particle is 1.67*10^-27kg, and it has a velocity of about 0.9998*c.
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    Be careful with the search function. This thread is about a year and a half old.
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