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WOW! -BANG! I just found a thing I wasn't even searching!!!!!
...Well maybe I made some mistake, but I just found the first sight!! The difference between PLASMA and GAS -states is the Mean free Path TIME, limit being 1/c [seconds]
No mistake found. I am writing a paper about this. Few diagrams attached for preview.
- The x-axle is the hight in km in atmosphere in both.
The "mean path time =1/c"
- shows mean free path time in seconds at Y-axle, this is logarithmic scale
- The Blue horizontal line is this 1/c and it fits perfectly to Stratopause. There curve's are linear but there is a clear bend to be seen in this at 116-123 km height. This is against all gas theories. It just shouldnt be there!
- Please look also the stratopause lines at 55 km height - They are absolutely straight.
The "Gas derivates with details at 55 &123"
- shows clearly, how something strange happens in 123.
- The temperature (Red) goes down rapidly
- The amount of all particles and the total mass increases even more rapidly.
- not that this diagram is derivates, 1 = no change, > 1 increasing, < 1 degreasing.
- Look cyan line, "N" which are mostly below this red temperature line. It's amount degreases exponetialla, as it's turning to N2. But then suddenly this stabile line jumps at 123, and then continues to sink below 116.
@axil thanks, But pls. delete your post and publish it somewhere else.