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Subject: ISS’s first fundamental discovery?
The Science Directorate
The solution is now a simple one. The effect, of course, is quantum mechanical in origin and the explanation follows readily from the final theory (Synopsis).
What we see here is the macroscopic manifestation of the effect of the breathing atom.
Briefly, in this final perspective on the nature of things:
Here, the rosin droplet spontaneously feels a peak
attraction toward the spot on the molten solder with the highest cooling rate,
which is the point left exposed the longest to the
ambient. Moving onto and covering the spot causes
insulation of the spot and the highest cooling rate to move to a further point.
However, after such a twirl of the rosin, the un-traversed transverse region
becomes the most attractive for the same reason; and the rosin blob, naturally,
changes course. The cycle repeats. Higher the temperature of the solder, higher
is its frequency and cooling rate and faster the twirl of the rosin. (Book
sections 7.10 Heat Transfer and 7.11 Latent Heat fully complement the
A corollary is seen in your item of May 1, 2003. Squirted onto the hot soldering iron (and kept replenished), the blob of water keeps rolling around that part of the barrel where the cooling rate is highest. (True, the tip length will have an even higher temperature and cooling rate, but its surface is too small to accommodate enough liquid at any one time without it completely evaporating off. This fact is quite evident in the movie of the above solder experiment where the rosin vapor is seen to emanate mostly from a length of wire above the solder blob; which seeming bare length is in fact maintained by the peak evaporative action.) And the reason why “it looked like boiling water on Earth” is due to the simple fact that the attraction here mimics basic gravitational action (Synopsis section 4 Quantum Gravity).
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