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but not in a way that the hydrogen atom is split

I have just realised science doesn't know what fire really is does it ?

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:39:52but not in a way that the hydrogen atom is split Nobody ever said it was.That's not what combustion means.Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:39:52I have just realised science doesn't know what fire really is does it ? Well... someone doesn't.and that's you.

U has a density function , any given point of space can contain more than one ''photon'' simultaneously .

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 17:21:20U has a density function , any given point of space can contain more than one ''photon'' simultaneously .What would that represent in normal science language? What would "u" for hydrogen represent? What would "E" for hydrogen represent? I can't help you with your calculations until I get the needed clarification so I can look up values.

U for hydrogen would be the total amount of charge in the system , the only problem is it always measures 0 because of the neutral formed .

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:54:47U for hydrogen would be the total amount of charge in the system , the only problem is it always measures 0 because of the neutral formed . So does that mean I should be put zero in for u?

Well actually yes but you have to understand that 0 is a range from zero to infinite but will still measure 0 . Unless there's work being done , 0 remains ''idol'' .

I know what fire is

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:58:58Well actually yes but you have to understand that 0 is a range from zero to infinite but will still measure 0 . Unless there's work being done , 0 remains ''idol'' .So how am I supposed to get a meaningful calculation out of the equation?

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:45:59I know what fire is Then why are you trying to pretend that hydrogen doesn't combust?

Well , it will take some skill , like I've stated the equation is a generalised equation that explains a lot of different process's but as for values , (shrugs shoulders) . It does explain the process 's so there must be values . Maybe we could express u=var(x)

Quote from: Kryptid on 02/04/2019 21:59:52Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:58:58Well actually yes but you have to understand that 0 is a range from zero to infinite but will still measure 0 . Unless there's work being done , 0 remains ''idol'' .So how am I supposed to get a meaningful calculation out of the equation?Well , it will take some skill , like I've stated the equation is a generalised equation that explains a lot of different process's but as for values , (shrugs shoulders) . It does explain the process 's so there must be values . Maybe we could express u=var(x)

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 22:09:22Well , it will take some skill , like I've stated the equation is a generalised equation that explains a lot of different process's but as for values , (shrugs shoulders) . It does explain the process 's so there must be values . Maybe we could express u=var(x) The amount of energy released when one gram of hydrogen burns in an oxygen atmosphere is a particular value. If your equation is correct, then it can produce that value. In order to produce that value, one particular number must be substituted for "u". So is that number zero or is it not zero?

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 22:09:22Quote from: Kryptid on 02/04/2019 21:59:52Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:58:58Well actually yes but you have to understand that 0 is a range from zero to infinite but will still measure 0 . Unless there's work being done , 0 remains ''idol'' .So how am I supposed to get a meaningful calculation out of the equation?Well , it will take some skill , like I've stated the equation is a generalised equation that explains a lot of different process's but as for values , (shrugs shoulders) . It does explain the process 's so there must be values . Maybe we could express u=var(x) Little squirmy worm aren't you? Trying to avoid a straight answer because you know it will reveal what a hollow fool you are.

If you already have the value and equation you suppose to use that equation, my equation just generalises the process's and is meant as an education aid in simplicity . In other words you don't have to work out an answer , it tells the ''story'' of the process's .

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 22:28:28If you already have the value and equation you suppose to use that equation, my equation just generalises the process's and is meant as an education aid in simplicity . In other words you don't have to work out an answer , it tells the ''story'' of the process's . So can it calculate the energy released when hydrogen combusts or not?

Well in theory yes

Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 22:36:35Well in theory yes Then that is what I'm trying to do. If "u" is equal to the net electric charge in a hydrogen molecule, then "u" has to be zero.

Well yes if we're being honest , can we call this , the idol moment ?

Quote from: The Spoon on 02/04/2019 22:27:25Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 22:09:22Quote from: Kryptid on 02/04/2019 21:59:52Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2019 21:58:58Well actually yes but you have to understand that 0 is a range from zero to infinite but will still measure 0 . Unless there's work being done , 0 remains ''idol'' .So how am I supposed to get a meaningful calculation out of the equation?Well , it will take some skill , like I've stated the equation is a generalised equation that explains a lot of different process's but as for values , (shrugs shoulders) . It does explain the process 's so there must be values . Maybe we could express u=var(x) Little squirmy worm aren't you? Trying to avoid a straight answer because you know it will reveal what a hollow fool you are. Insulting aren't you ? Where's your theory ?