Radoslav Bozov

Expanding on resonance theory by indirect computation of carbon-X interference

Blog Post created by Radoslav Bozov on Sep 16, 2010

Essentially all organic matter depend on the dynamics of carbon. Carbon was found on Sun, various carbon containing gases on different constellations. Dymonds for example have perfectly maximal entropy, thus never decay, as extremely strong bonds, (resonated density) But in today's subatomic particle standard model electrons are part of the weak forces which mediate chemical reactions through physical forces. In living systems carbon is known to take the main part of several important macromolecular systems-proteins, nucleotides and higher carbohydrates (and their iteractive domains) that may be partially oxidized. Traditionally oxidation is is named relative to oxygenation, but in advanced systems its the only relative to temporal electron re-localization. What is negativity? How anti-matter causes matter dynamical changes as a function of space/time. Is the S-matrix solving problems in expanded space?