By Patrick Cornille
This publication is aimed toward a wide viewers: scientists, engineers, professors and scholars clever adequate to maintain a severe stance each time faced with the chilling dogmas of up to date physics. Readers will discover a tantalizing volume of fabric calculated to nurture their ideas and arouse their suspicion, to a point not less than, at the so-called validity of present day so much celebrated actual theories.
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The few free electrons and ions always present in the air due to ionization by cosmic rays are accelerated by the E fields generated within clouds to velocities corresponding to the required ionization energy. Only when the field is large enough to impart this energy over distances shorter than the mean free path of the free electrons or ions at atmospheric pressure can an avalanche process take place: an accelerated electron separates a low-energy electron from the molecule with which it collides and in the process loses most of its own energy; thus, one high-energy free electron is exchanged for two free low-energy electrons and one positive ion.
04 eV, requiring excitation in the IR region. Vibrational frequencies in a typical H-bonded system  are of the order of 3000 GHz; however, attenuation at this frequency by omnipresent free H2O may prevent any substantial effect . Kohli et al.  predict that longitudinal and torsional modes of double helical DNA should not be critically damped at frequencies >1 GHz, although relaxation times are of the order of picoseconds, and Kondepudi  suggests the possibility of an influence of millimeter waves at approximately 5 Â 1011 Hz upon oxygen affinity of hemoglobin due to resonant excitation of heme plane oscillations.
Advanced electromagnetism and vacuum physics by Patrick Cornille