Stellar cryogenics
A star, the sun is a functional structure of energy with vector properties.
The property of orthogonality formed a closed vector circuit called electricity,
surrounded orthogonally by a vector circuit called magnetism - an electromagnet.
These circuits generate the spectrum of solar energy density.
The electromagnet consists of:
1) Closed electrical circuit, with intensity I, ie the maximum possible
density of vectors oriented in the same sense.
2) The electrical voltage U, the magnetism that surrounds and compresses
the density of the vectors in the electrical circuit to the maximum possible.
Also, the electrical circuit compresses the density of the vectors in the magnetic
axis to the maximum possible. Thus, the vector circuits closed orthogonally
from center of the solar sphere, the nucleus, has the maximum possible
energy density, free of radiation and implicitly the absolute zero temperature.
Heat is the oscillations generated by the movement of atoms, breaking the
interatomic vector bonds with electric arc (LED). The oscillations in a body
are transmitted throughout its structure, emitted into the surrounding space,
or transferred to bodies in contact, like water in communicating vessels,
until they are balanced. Low temperatures are obtained either by transferring
the oscillations to another body or by increasing the pressure.
Camerlingh Onnes used the transfer of the sample oscillations in the body of
liquefied gases, obtaining the state of superconductivity. Thus, the vector
polarities of the atoms oriented in the same direction, remain stable as long
as they are not reoriented by an external cause. The sun builds its
superconductor, with the help of energy density (pressure), generated by
orthogonally closed vector circuits, the electrical circuit (vectorial) becoming
superconductor. Orthogonally closed vector circuits extend equatorially in
the form of ellipses, due to the repulsive forces between open vector circuits,
coming out of magnetic poles. The spectrum of solar energy density extends
from the maximum density of the nucleus to the minimum, undefined density
of the extremity of the magnetic ellipse. At this minimum limit the open polar
circuits close and resume the centripetal force, with the continuous increase
of the energy density in the orthogonal circuits, up to the maximum of the
solar core. Orthogonal circuits vectorially polarize the substance and
accelerate it centripetally (as an electromagnetic force), forming the gaseous
sphere of the sun. In the gaseous sphere the acceleration of the substance is
transformed into density. The density (pressure) in optimal conditions for the
interactions between atoms, generates an ascending curve of thermal and
optical radiation - the photosphere. The continuous increase of the energy
density in the orthogonal circuits liquefies the substance and the polarities
of the atoms without oscillations are aligned in the circuits. Under these
conditions, the temperature describes a downward curve. The increasing
density of orthogonal electrical and magnetic circuits decomposes atoms
into vectors and incorporates them into their structure. The field state of the
closed electric circuit has been transformed into the nucleus of the sun, into
a purely vectorial structure, solid and solitary, impenetrable even for magnetism.
Obviously, the structure of the superconductor is totally different from that
of the structure of the lead ring and impossible to interpret with the theory
of electric charges. Electrical charges are properties of energy, misinterpreted.
These are the indivisible polarities of a vector.
There is no unipolar electric battery, or unipolar magnet.