Tuesday, May 10, 2011


When Atoms are heated, they seek to break apart or become more dense.

The spin increases with Heat, because heat is just the result of Atoms increasing in spin velocity.  When they spin that fast, their energy is so great that they become unstable.


Most things breeak down into gasses.  Dense things melt.


Iron is dense.
Heat is applied and iron begins to spin.
As the Atoms speed up, their (+/-) Energies increase, pulling them together and making them denser.

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