May 27, 2013
Temperature of atoms and molecules has to be associated with their rotation speed around their own axes (spin). The electronic shells of atoms and molecules in addition to forming photons accomplish their stabilization and deceleration that restraint them from overheating. Ionization of atoms and molecules at least partly deprives them of their electronic shells, which slackens their stabilizing and decelerating possibilities and facilitates the heating of the obtained ions. The ions’ heating provokes an acceleration of their chaotic motion. Under the impact and on the account of the ether particles’ energy, plasma protons and electrons heat themselves by the way of accelerating their spin rotation, which at the same time speeds up their chaotic motion. In the terrestrial ionosphere, as well as in those of other planets, under the impact of the solar electromagnetic radiation there occurs a constant ionization of gaseous atoms and molecules and constant heating of the obtained ions that is accompanied by an acceleration of their chaotic motion, disengagement of the fastest of them of the planetary gravitation, and their adhering to the solar wind. In the solar atmosphere under the impact of the electromagnetic radiation generated in the photosphere, there occurs a constant ionization of gaseous atoms and molecules and a constant heating of the obtained ions, which accompany with an acceleration of their chaotic motion, disengagement of...