FluidMechanical BlackBody Radiation
kenneth collins
kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Sat Dec 11 13:41:36 EST 2004
I tried to post the following in
sci.physics.research, but it was
'bounced'.
Interestingly, my Inet PC was
'intercepted' =instantaneously=
when I "connected".
It's Murder, folks.
Sad Cheers,
K. P. Collins
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 [...]
 For instance, a few 'weeks' back,
 I reached a "consolidationpoint"
 with my thencurrent bottle of
 Johnson's Baby Shampoo [tm],
 so, with some Joy, set about rep
 licating the "squirting" experiment
 that I've discussed, reiteratively,
 in longformer posts.

 Reiteration of the Experimental
 Technique:

 Use a finemetering pipette to dis
 pense John's Baby Shampoo [or
 the viscous fluid of your choice 
 I've wanted to do it with Mobil 1
 Motor Oil, but haven't done so yet]
 into a petrie dish that contains an
 evenlydistributed quantity of the
 fluid you're using.

 It's important to allow the bubbles
 to rise out of both fluid resevoirs
 before you undertake trials. Bubbles
 introduce artifactual discontinuities
 at the pipette tipand in the receiving
 resevoir.

 Then open the pipette's petcock
 just enough so that a fine "thread"
 of the viscous fluid flows continuously
 from it into the receiving resieoir.

 What you'll observe will be a build
 ing of a highlydynamic little "mound"
 of fluid at "the point" where the stream
 impacts the resevoir's fluid.

 This "mound" is literally a macroscopic
 "atom".

 It builds because the rate at which
 fluid enters it exceeds the rate at which
 fluid can exit it  because of the fluid's
 viscosity.

 And, as the mound's 3D Topology
 varies, you'll see little "squirts" of fluid
 being ejected from the mound.

 What's happening is that the fluid
 collecting in the mound, and, within
 the mound, it flows in a way that
 minimizes averall energycontent.

 This energyminimization results in
 fluid dynamics that vary the mound's
 3D Topology, and when such var
 iation flows toward the point at which
 the fine stream of fluid flowing out of
 the pipette meets the surface of the
 mound, instances of nonminimal
 energyflow occur, and, because
 of this nonminimalness, to the de
 gree of it, the finethread flow is
 ejected from the mound.

 These fluidejection dynamics shift
 the fluid dynamics within the mound,
 which terminates the nonminimal
 energy condition, so the "squirting"
 ceases.

 This is an =exact= macroscopic
 instance of what has been referred
 to as "quantum shifts" with respect
 to "atoms".

 And such macroscopic fluiddynamic
 "atoms" behave in =exact= accord
 with the Black Body Radiation.

 This can be observed by performing
 successive trials of the above ex
 periment while varying the Temper
 ature of the fluid over a range of
 TempK.

 At the lowTempK end of this
 range, the "squirts" will occur at
 relativelyhigh flow rates. [The
 pipette's petcock will have to be
 opened relatively much in order
 to observe any "squirting".]

 And as the fluid's TempK is in
 creased, the "squirting" will occur
 at eversmaller flow rates, in a way
 that =exactly= matches the shift
 ing of the black body power spec
 trum toward its highfrequency end,
 including the extremehighfrequency
 droppingoff of power.

 What's verynice about this fluid
 dynamics instance of the black body
 radiation is that everything in it can
 be easily calculated from continuous
 flowrates and 3D Topology.

 The fluidmechanical "squirts" are
 =exactly= analogous to what have
 been referred to as "quantum" events,
 but, in the fluidmechanical case, it
 is readily apparent that the underpin
 ning fluid dynamics are =continuous=,
 and that the only thing that alters is
 the directedness of fluid flow with
 respect to minimal energy.

 I have Verified that the same dynam
 ics acn account for all energy flows,
 at all scales.

 That is, I have Verified that there
 is no need to propose that energy
 is dividedup into "discrete packets".

 I'll be happy to provide such com
 plete Verification to anyone who
 wants to receive it inperson. [There's
 a lot that needs to be covered, and
 the dynamics inherent need to be
 drawn and "animated" at a chaulk
 board.]

 k. p. collins


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