Can ‘Theory of Ideal Gas’ be model of Vacuum ?

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/ John /

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I think the ideal gas is a good analogy of the vacuum

except the ideal gas sub-particles all travel at the speed of light C.

/ jerrygg38 /

This does not mean that they are all traveling at a linear speed of C. Some ideal gas subparticles may be in standing wave patterns. Some spinning around at C. Some oscillating spherically, while spinning, and moving in a linear motion.

The total energy in that case would be constant. thus the space molecule would have a constant energy

E= MC^{2}

The momentum would be conserved in that

(Spherical + Angular + Linear) = Constant

Therefore we have a tradeoff between spherical, angular, and linear momentum.

A photon has mostly linear momentum. A proton has a combination of spherical and angular momtum.

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jerrygg38

I think the ideal gas is a good analogy of the vacuum

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S.

!!!

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jerrygg38

except the ideal gas sub-particles all travel at the speed of light C.

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S.

Sorry.

What are parameters of your ‘‘ the ideal gas sub-particles’ ?

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jerrygg38

This does not mean that they are all traveling only

at a linear speed of C.

Some ideal gas subparticles may be in standing wave patterns.

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S.

Can you show ‘the ideal gas subparticles’ and

‘ the ideal wave patterns ‘ and interaction between them ?

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jerrygg38

Some oscillating spherically, while spinning,

and moving in a linear motion.

The total energy in that case would be constant.

thus the space molecule would have a constant energy

E= MC2

The momentum would be conserved in that

(Spherical + Angular + Linear) = Constant

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S.

After mixing all motions together(Spherical + Angular + Linear)

we have = Constant = a constant energy E= MC2

Not exactly clear …but interesting …. !!!

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jerrygg38

Therefore we have a trade off between

spherical, angular, and linear momentum.

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S.

Therefore we have a trade . . .

I am afraid it can be a monkey trade.

Sorry.

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jerrygg38

A photon has mostly linear momentum.

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S.

Maybe mostly yes , maybe mostly no.

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jerrygg38

A proton has a combination of spherical and angular momentum.

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S.

No mostly . .???

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Best wishes.

S.