Monday, May 16, 2005

Could microwave induced ionization distinguish between the chemistries of living and dead matter?

Every day brings something new in day-light in the plasmoid model for primitive life forms. Recall that the simplest plasmoid consists of a topologically quantized dipolar magnetic field with the ordinary matter residing in the region corresponding to the bar magnet whereas magnetic flux tubes/walls carry the dark matter in a state corresponding to large hbar equal to hbar_s/hbar =about 2^11. The BE condensate of conformally confined dark electrons sucks microwave energy from microwave power source by sending phase conjugate (negative energy) laser beams to the source and in this manner is able to preserve the magnetization and keep magnetic field in rotation. This in turn guarantees the flow of Ohmic radial current through the ordinary matter and thus self-organization identified as the basic cause of molecular evolution. A detailed TGD inspired model for the mystrious microwave induced ionization discussed in the previous posting is following.
  • A rotating approximately dipole magnetic field is generated and the induced radial Ohmic current generates a negative charge at the space-time sheet carrying the magnetic field inside the region corresponding to the magnet. This space-time sheet corresponds to a space-time sheet larger than k=137 space-time sheet associated with the electrons of the atoms of air.
  • The microscopic mechanism generating the radial Ohmic current involves the dropping of electrons of surrounding air from k=137 atomic space-time sheet to the space-time sheet of the magnet and drifting to the region of magnet. The electron in question must have a small kinetic energy so that the large zero point kinetic of electron at k=137 atomic space-time sheet must be emitted as a virtual X ray and be absorbed by a second atom or molecule of air: two-particle process is required by the momentum conservation.
  • The zero point kinetic energy of electron is =about .94 keV for k=137 atomic space-time sheet and is enough to induce the ionization of C, O and N molecules (for N the ionization energy of n=1 electron is .87 keV according to Bohr model). The energetic electrons from the ionized atoms in turn excite and ionize further atoms and molecules. That the zero point kinetic energy of k=137 electron is enough to ionize n=1 inner non-valence electrons of C, O and N atoms but not those of heavier atoms, might distinguish them from the chemically similar atoms Si, P and S in the next period of the periodic system and relate to their role as basic building blocks of bio-molecules. A kind of primitive metabolic symbiosis between C, O and N atoms and plasmoids leading to the evolution of more complex bio-molecules would look like a natural outcome of the self-organization process induced by the radial Ohmic current.
  • Molecules containing P ions (Z=15) have exceptional role in the ADP-ATP cycle, and the ionization energy of n=2 electron of P differs by a factor (15/16)^2 from that for n=1 electron for O. Hence one can wonder whether for the P^+ ions of living matter might lack the inner n=2 electrons of P and possess all valence electrons and whether same might apply to Na^+ and Mg^+ with Z=11 and 12. K^+, Ca^{++}, Mn^+ and Fe^{++} with Z=19,20,25 and 26 important for the functioning of living matter might be produced by the same ionization mechanism. The ionization energies of n=3 electron of Mn and Fe are nearly equal to that of O. The proposed ionization mechanism is not able to ionize atoms with Z higher than 40.
To sum up, the question raised by these consideration is whether the microwave induced ionization of the inner atomic electrons could distinguish between the chemistries of living and dead matter. For details see the chapter Quantum Coherent Dark Matter and Bio-Systems as Macroscopic Quantum Systems. Matti Pitkanen


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