Energy Of The Sun
Energy is not something we see – any more than the love we feel for someone. Love, for instance, is something that comes from within. But it’s all energy. That energy is generated by how we think. You cannot see love, but we can manifest it outwardly. The energy of any feeling (or thot) exists invisibly, but until it’s shown, it does not outwardly manifest itself as something we can actually experience. Now, for example, if I give my wife a bunch of red roses, then she actually SEES that love in a physical form. The power of that unseen love energy is now transmitted into the love which is now something visible and tangible. This is love expressed in an outward molecular fashion that we can actually touch or physically experience. That invisible feeling – or energy – has now become transformed into a physical and tangible manifestation.
For example, love is energy. Light is energy. Heat is energy. Even hate is energy. We know what that hate is like, since we’ve all been through it. Energy that flows at the lower frequencies is like the darkness that permeates a cult. We’ve all shared that ugliness. Energy that flows at a higher frequency is like the attraction that dances between lovers. Everything in our known creation is vibratory at one frequency or other.
We’re all a mess of energy – of some sort – and no one’s figured out all the details yet. But, at least we know that we’re all vibratory. Even inanimate objects. If you haven’t already read it, then please check out “The Elegant Universe” by Brian Greene, located from the PT Site in the Book Area and obtainable from Amazon.
The sun is energy, but it, in reality, it has no heat or light. The sun is only a source of energy. The heat and light are only the outward manifestations of that energy. There’s a massive ball of energy 93 million miles away that can neither be seen nor felt if it wasn’t for the energy it emitted.
This may sound ridiculous, because we’ve always been taught that the sun has both heat and light.. But let’s take the proof test. Maybe the Klingons and the Romulans knew better. In “Star Trek II,” Khan said: “It’s an old Klingon proverb that revenge is a dish best served cold. It is VERY cold in space.” In fact, it’s minus 273 degrees, or zero degrees Absolute. I.E. NO heat.
Could the sun radiate heat from 93 million miles away and still heat our planet since there’s absolutely no heat between us? “It is VERY cold in space.” Then obviously, something else must enter the equation here. So something besides the traditional explanations must give us the explanation of the warmth that we need and experience. Heat cannot travel some 93 million miles and come to us through absolute cold, then suddenly come out hot at the other end. We could reason that heat must have some mystical medium through which to travel, but are we talking about heat at all?
Heat is the energy created in a body from the thermal agitation of its molecules. Since there’s no heat in space, then that thermal shaking causing the heat within us, must come from somewhere. So, if it cannot come from direct radiation of sun’s heat itself, then where does it come from?
The only answer is found in the fundamental energy that is the basis of our time/space continuum. There’s nothing left to draw from. There is nothing else. Time/space is all energy, and it’s all vibratory.
The sun, or whatever we understand of it, is a energy source of incredible power. I’ll explain the light aspect later. But the sun emits energy. Energy can agitate molecules, vary their patterns, split them, or change their frequency. Start messing with raising the intensity of molecular vibration, and you have heat.
The sun doesn’t transmit heat. It transmits energy only. That’s why it’s “so cold in space.” But, like any force, it needs a molecular medium on which to feed. That medium is called our atmosphere, and finally our Earth. Density is a factor here, and that’s why is colder in the upper atmosphere than it is at ground zero. As soon as the sun’s energy hits the upper (and lower density air) it starts to heat (or thermally agitate) the molecules, since there’s no molecules in outer space. The lower toward Earth that we go, the more dense the air (and molecules) become. And the lower that we descend, the more the molecular density, and the consequently, the more the heat. More molecules available=more thermal agitation is available too. That’s why it’s so cold on the top of Everest. And the reason for the coldness on certain parts of the globe is also due to another reason, and that’s the off-tilt orientation of the planet. Someone – way back – someone or something really screwed up that one, and please don’t ask me now for a possible explanation. We simply don’t know at this stage. That would take a series of articles and arguments on the Forum.. Please do your own homework on this one, but WE are the most off-axis planet in our solar system. Approximately 23 degrees. Why? But, that’s another story.
So, the sun gives us no heat. It only transmits power to us, and gives us energy that activates the molecules that we feel as heat. The sun has no heat. It only has energy. Once again, the proof that the suns radiates NO heat to us is found in the coldness of space. If the sun actually radiated heat, then space would be intensely hot. But we do know that the sun radiates all sorts of energy, and some of the frequencies of that energy will thermally activate our molecular structures.
If a space ship, for example, flew too close to the sun, the ship would receive an increase of energy (due to the closer proximity) and a more intense molecular agitation of it’s metal hull. This is much like turning up the current flowing through a wire (like in an electric radiator), and the heat thus felt in the space ship would be greater. But if such a ship were to move away from the sun and remote enough from a molecular structure – like a planet or moon – then the Absolute Zero temperature characteristics would again take over. No molecules=no heat felt.
To have heat, we must have that molecular format. So heat, of itself, cannot be transmitted to us. What is transmitted to us is the ENERGY that creates the heat. The sun itself has no heat at all. It’s only the energy source.
Light follows the same principle. The particles of light energy, called “photons,” vibrate with frequencies that activate the molecular characteristics of our retinas. Their frequency of operation corresponds to our retina “receptors,” and we see that energy as light. Since photons (and consequently light itself) have mass, these photons (which are molecular in nature as well) are drawn by gravity to our planet. So we see more light on our Earth due to the higher activity of these photons that we would see by looking at a distant planet, a star, or even the moon. Also there’s the fact of our atmosphere that refracts that light, so the photon energy is spread across the sky. But anywhere those photons have a chance to work on our retina, we will see light.
Once again, the sun has no light but only the photon energy which produces the illusion of light. But the sun, in itself, transmits no light – only the energy that stimulates our retinas to produce what we take for granted as light.
As stated before, everything that we know about our time/space continuum is vibratory. There is nothing solid in nature as everything is bouncing around at light speed, but since we’re made up of these same frequencies, we relate (in a sense of relativity) to this collection of molecules that surround us, and a more dense structure of molecules is regarded as solid, a less dense molecular structure is regarded as some form of liquid, and the thin form of molecular density is regarded as some form of gas.
What clarified the principle, much of all this, to us was the original quanta work done by Einstein and Tesla, and the more recent advances done by Stephen Hawking and many others. Quantum Mechanics is a very detailed subject, difficult to understand, but it is a fascinating subject – especially when we breakdown the vibratory nature of protons, neutrons, electrons, the quarks, and the possible string vibrations that result.
The resultant conclusion, that I have to make, is that the sun has NO heat or light. It only emits energy that results in the sequence of what’s defined above, and we receive the results of that energy as heat and light. It’s just the energy that makes it all happen.
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