I just heard of a phonon, which is a soundwave particle in quantum mechanics. Could we measure phonon with a t-square to get photons? haha but seriously WTHeck is a phonon?
what shape is a photon is it like a long french fry?Light is a wave, no photon, that's just theory.
Ignoring the fact that "just a theory" is not a bad thing when it comes to science...
Photons are quite well documented. We can detect them. We know they are there.
I can sort of make out a "grey alien"-like face with the two dark spots at the top being the eyes.
What's the new theory?
that when it explodes
What's causing it to explode?
To get fusion you need a combination of time, pressure and temperature.
If you want it at a useful rate the combination of temperature and pressure is so extreme that nothing will hold it.
You can't make a "container".
If you could, it still wouldn't work
Any contaminants (like the disintegrating container) in the plasma increase the losses by thermal radiation and reduce efficiency.
That's because of the radiation, not because space itself has a temperature.
I've been pondering temperature in my sci fi book I'm writing. I think the space medium when acted on by an expanding density of a wave becomes energy weight itself and the weight causes temperature spikes in that region or field.
Temperature is generally defined in terms of the average velocity of particles that make up a substance. Space isn't made of moving particles (so far as we know), so it doesn't have a temperature.
Space itself doesn't have a temperature. Only things in space have a temperature.
when two atoms collide they bounce off each otherQuite often, they react.
So you must be wrong.