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Model 31.

All the bodies in the Universe continuously emit energy quanta.

Max Planck.

He assumed that in a black body, energy is absorbed and emitted in the form of quanta, that is individual portions.

Model 31.

Quanta penetrate the Space and all the bodies as quantum gas.

Max Planck.

He assumed that oscillators in a black body cavity are gas in thermodynamic equilibrium.

Model 31.

A quantum of energy is a line of field (string of energy) produced by an electron from the dark energy, projecting a damped oscillatory motion occurring in an atom after a collision of atoms. A string of energy is like elastic “steel wire”, while a quantum of energy is a peculiar, two-dimensional, flat, line spring shaped from this “wire” by an oscillating electron.

Quanta of energy (corpuscles, oscillators) are in perpetual, chaotic motion, they constantly collide, whereas in intervals between collisions they oscillate with a specific frequency. The vibration frequency of these oscillators is proportional to their stress.

Max Planck.

He assumed that oscillators vibrating with various frequencies are a set of devoid of mass springs. The springs were different in elasticity, which guaranteed differences differences in the frequency of vibrations. (oscillators are linear because only in this case the frequency of vibrations of an oscillator is equal to the frequency of the emitted radiation.

Model 31.

Electrons in atoms are arranged at different distances from the nuclei, therefore, after a collision of atoms the electrons produce and emit quanta of energy of various frequencies of vibrations.

Max Planck.

The interior walls of a black body emit a huge number of oscillators. Although each of the oscillators emits only one frequency, because of their huge number, they all together emit the entire range of frequencies measured inside the cavity.

Model 31.

The density (temperature) of energy quanta is proportional to their frequency of vibrations. The greater the frequency of vibrations of energy quanta, the more space we have to pack them (see figure below).

Max Planck.

It arises from the classical theory of light that together with increasing frequency of radiation we have more and more space to pack it.

Planck presented his assumptions in 1900. Model 31 came into being in 2009. If Model 31 had come into being before 1900, it should have been admitted that Planck plagiarized Model 31.

These “plagiarized from Model 31” assumptions helped Planck to derive the formula

properly reflecting the curve of a black body radiation.

In the end, it can only be added that Planck treated his assumptions as disturbing the image of the contemporary physics, with which he was very dissatisfied and he expressed great hopes that one day they would disappear from physics.