WELBERTH WARBLER MARTINS FERREIRA
The pressure of radiation
With the birth of the first stars of hydrogen, is initiated the process of alchemy, responsible for the transformation of hydrogen atoms into other atoms, such as helium, nitrogen, oxygen and etc. . The existence of new chemical elements makes possible the birth of stars made of atomic elements that are different from atoms of hydrogen. The birth of the first stars of hydrogen give rise to two phenomena hitherto missing: the first is the production of light and the second is the pressure of radiation generated by the light. The lights emitted by stars have a more natural force known as the name "radiation pressure of the light”. The pressure of radiation exit of the stars and spread throughout the area, pushing the atoms, which may give origin to a new star, at direction to infinity. The closer the star less scattered are the electromagnetic waves, which constitute the luminous energy (light rays) and for these reasons more concentrated (higher density of rays) are the rays of light. The higher the concentration of luminous waves greater will be the pressure of radiation. However, the more you are away from the star, more the electromagnetic waves, which are energy devices (ray of light), are scattered and, therefore, will lower its "density." The lower the "density" of the luminous waves, less will be the pressure of radiation. It is impossible the birth of new stars where the pressure of radiation is a more intense, but it is perfectly possible to create new stars in regions where the pressure reaches an intensity of radiation more insignificant.
Now raises the question of question: how the galaxies born?