Friday, September 18, 2009

Water, lightning and living organisms

Water stems from the equilibrium of the energetic potential of stars which forms the different atoms and molecules; but in a usual manner we can observe its gaseous condensable emission during some combustions and mainly the one stemmed from volcanoes. As well if we can observe its presence on the Earth it is due to the inertia of the atmosphere which prevents from its dissipation in the space following the spinning movement of the Earth; thus it is possible to find it in three different forms which are vapor (clouds...), liquid (rains, lakes, rivers, seas...), and ice (snow, hail, ice-floe...). About the liquid streams they have in part the same causes as the considered winds (see last post) applied to the liquid element and can be influenced by them, as well tidal waves come from volcanic activities and the displacements of plates, where there is wave phenomenons but as well thermal(1) ones; and it has to be considered the variations of relief for the fluvial flows.
1: Also some enough powerful hurricanes can be accompanied by a groundswell of a considerable height.

Lightning is stemmed from the formation of some concentrated flows of particles, which are the ones of the two first secondary elements (see the beginning of the presentation of the elements), in which are some of those forming light; these flows are called electric currents, here they are formed in air where they make their way through moisture. For this it has to be enough particles in order to form these flows, to what warmth can contribute, after it has to be atmosphere which can retain water which forms clouds and moisture, which catalyze the currents of particles in order to make them electric.

Lastly living organisms are not without light, warmth, the different mineral and organic components which form soil, as well air so atmosphere, and lastly water. On the top of that it is possible to specify that a lot of animals are not without plants which assure the presence of oxygen, and these, if we use a microscope, without the unicellular microorganisms as protists, which are stemmed from the formation of DNA out of the elements which have just been quoted.