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The Principles of the Trinary Universe

Chapter 2.20

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Jeffrey Scott Flesher

Medically Retired United States Air Force Staff Sergeant

Last Update: 2 May 2018


Chapter 2.20: Chemical Reactions

Chemical Reactions are a specific type of Electromagnet Energy, and follow the same rules as Fire, just like striking a match causes friction to create a Chemical Reaction, you can also use Chemicals that react to each other that can cause Friction that results in Fire of Explosion, and its easy to calculate because every Element in the Periodic Table of Elements has a Resonance Frequency, so if you are combining two different types of Elements, for example: if you take the chemicals that make up a plastic explosive like C4, and use it to combine two hydrogen atoms at high speed, you will form a helium atom, which will have a specific Fire Frequency, and because hydrogen only has a proton and electron, they are very difficult to break the bounds between the two, since it has no neutron to put more distance between the Electron and Proton, so when they collide at a high enough speed to create Fire, they explode, this is called and Atomic bomb, which can then be used to split either plutonium or highly enriched uranium to produce a Nuclear bomb, so Chemicals cause Electrons to Vibrate at a specific Frequency, or decay over time, its the exchange of Atoms as they give up there Mass to form Thermal Energy, and can also be used to create Kinetic Energy by using its Potential Energy, and create Photonic Energy, and other Energies.

Explosives are normally measured in how fast they burn, for example: commercial explosive cord is rated by how fast the cord burns, so you can compute how much is required, the Laws of Physics that applies to this, is based on the fact that Frequency and Wavelength apply to this equation, so we can think of it as speed, because its a ration of how fast we can cause the frequency in an object to accelerate; and is expressed as F = MA, so the Force is equal the the Mass times its Acceleration, and can also expressed in terms of its Frequency and Wavelength. Any Chemical reaction can also be expressed in terms of Electricity or Energy; proving that all Chemical Reactions are Electrical in Nature.

This subject is another Sub Chapter that is a holder more then anything else, I wanted to talk in length about this subject, but found without a Laboratory its not possible, because this is dealing in Alchemy, and that is a subject I know a lot about, and without the equipment and supplies, its all just a guessing game, so hopefully one day I will have what it takes to finish this Sub Chapter, till then know its just Electricity that causes all Chemical Reactions.


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