WELBERTH WARBLER MARTINS FERREIRA
The energy of the atom and the energy of the deformation of the space
The antimatter not has the power to warp space, but the matter has that power. The deformation that matter creates generates a concavity in space in the exact place where the matter is. Both the atom as the concavity of the space has energy. The basic difference that exists between them is that in the deformation of space the energy is the force of kinetic friction, that do to remain static the body that is producing this deformation. Have the energy of the atom is nothing more than kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is energy that causes the atom if to move. Newton's First Law: Any body in motion tends to remain in motion unless an external force acting on it. Every body that is stationary tends to remain stationary unless an external force acting on it. The atom can not move in space if their kinetic energy is less than or equal to the energy of the force of kinetic friction of the deformation which the atom is provoke in this space. Therefore, the universe is static. As we all know that the universe is not static, but dynamic, we can conclude that the kinetic energy of the atom is greater than the energy of the force of kinetic friction existing in the deformation of space. But of where come this kinetic energy? The kinetic energy of the matter rises in the exact moment in which the agglomerate of matter unstable, expelled from its interior, the substance that is responsible for the instability of the own matter, thus creating the proton and electron. The action of the electron to move in an orbit around the proton leads to amplification of the intensity of its kinetic energy as this energy is much greater than the force of static friction which is present in the concavity created by the deformation of space. As the electron never stop spinning around the proton, the kinetic energy of the atom will never be less than the force of kinetic friction that is generated by the deformation of space, it will always be greater. This is why the universe is never static. He is always in motion. The force of gravity is proportional to deformation which the body produces in space, so that when we talk that the kinetic energy is greater than the force of kinetic friction, we automatically stating that the kinetic energy of the atom is greater than the energy of the force of gravity that it has. In consequence of the kinetic energy be greater than the force of gravity, an atom can very easily escape the force of gravity of any other atom. Therefore, "the force of gravity always exists," does not serve to explain the reduction of distances between atoms which, in principle, were separated by great distances.