Brownian motion

 Wave theory


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Dr. Tejman Chaim


This Brownian motion is similar to 'primitive' natural behavior which in great similarity to Van der Waals, Coriolis and Casimir forces. Darwin's, Mendel and Mendeleyev's work along with wave theory attempts to explain the behavior of this nature's Brownian motion. Everything can be seen in Nature but its behavior is so sophisticated that one must fully use common sense to understand it. Physics in the 21st Century is considerably different from the 20th century physics and the research laboratories have been relocated from the secluded rooms to the open universe. Wave theory is the scientific toolbox of the natural sciences in the 21st century. The duality of matter as accepted in the 20th century is replaced by only one interpretation of matter, the energetic matter (condensed time space energy). The energetic matter, in different phases and forms and it's the key element of the universe. Energetic matter is an initial term used to introduce this sophisticated creation, still beyond our reach. Brownian motion existence is not limited to water and air, but it is a fundamental characteristic of all energetic matter formation. This necessity is due to the living nature of the energetic matter, it is a living creation in constant motion. The evidence of the importance of Brownian motion is that it the subject of one of Einstein's five most important papers.


We find indisputable evidence in nature of wave theory.


Wave theory is only a part of the knowledge required to understand the behavior of the universe.
The wonderful picture from the Hubble space telescope shows the motion of energetic matter, and Brownian motion relies on the same principle.

Pic 1:

The magnetic (gravitational) component of a hurricane's wave formation, with protruding arms.

Pic 2:



1 - Magnetic semi-loop of hurricane motion
 (courtesy of Hubble space telescope)



  (a)                         (b) 


  (c)     (d)      (e)


 (f)             (g)    

(a): a zoomed in segment of image 1 displays energetic concentration from which energetic paths evolve. These paths create magnetic and electric swirls (semi loop), these are the similarities between energetic matter motion and Brownian motion
(b) this is my view of energetic matter motion; however this is still far from complete understanding of the sophisticated and ingenious behavior of energy paths.
(c)(f) These images from the Hubble telescope are examples of energetic motion. (d)(e)(g) my understanding of energetic matter motion.



The following images are taken from the article titled "photon motion" which might help us understand Brownian motion.



Upper row: schematic description of energetic matter motion as displayed in "photon motion wave theory". (see chapter energetic matter moving – wave theory)

This motion of energetic matter on its own created force in superposition mode by creation of two kinds of swirls. Brownian motion must be in the same mode.

But in the time-amplitude domain (oscilloscope) we see only vibration motion. While in nature the movement is by two swirls. The propagation of energetic matter appears as two swirls by energetic parts and also Brownian motion.

Water, which is a highly energetic material, mainly because of high energetic hydrogen atom which has a large electron energetic radius is connected to the entire atoms by magnetic path. The space between the electron and atom is not empty in universe quant – (wave formation). We do not have empty spaces of energetic matter. Every space is filled with energetic matter (plasma – which can roughly be described as condensed) also known as Van Der Waals, London or Kazimir forces. Electron motion is propelled by its own atomic energetic matter (first and second law of thermodynamics– wave theory).

Small elements in water become the energy from hydrogen electron and express the motion of energetic matter by Van Der Waals, Coriolis force and Brownian motion.



The smaller the particle is in water the more obvious oscillation (rotation) is visible. The larger the energetic formation, the slower it rotates.



For example, large young galaxies with distance between semi loops rotate very slowly. But in neutrino, where the magnetic semiloop

 is dominant and energetic semiloop is almost negligible the rotation is greater than in a photon which is larger than neutrino. When we warm water (we add energy) the Brownian motion of small particles in water is more prominent. The energy is first accepted by water atoms and then transmitted by electron to particles in water. The motion of the particles obeys the laws of energetic matter behavior. The Brownian motion is not chaotic motion.

In my article of cloud formations, we see that the clouds center is composed of electric semiloop while it periphery is composed mainly of magnetic semiloops.


Younger clouds are considered more energetic and hence display a bright center and have clouds scattered around them in the pattern of a Rosetta.


From these pictures, similar to gravitation waves, every quant


(Wave formation) has energetic part at its center and surrounded by magnetic semiloops. But in different phase the image may change. I suggest this idea because one can see that in a solution of small polymer particles

The particles by Brownian motion align in concentric rings


Pattern and motion of other particles is around an energetic center.

Brownian motion of small particles seem to be restricting their motion mainly around an energetic center as can clearly be shown to us by nature; for example an egg contains a yellow center of energy and a periphery of white magnetism. A similar example is the Helix Nebula that contains energetic semi loops at its center and magnetic semi loops at its rim like young clouds formation.




As the particles involved in the Brownian motion become more and more energetic, they seem to defy gravity more easily and rise upwards.



Wave theory explains Brownian motion and Brownian motion confirms the validity of wave theory.



Copyright © Dr. Chaim Tejman, 2005