Atomic Atmosphere Heat Regulation/Electrons
The elements described in the periodic table appear to have survived and thrived throughout the universe in the face of the harsh environment of the cosmic wind. All elements are, by definition, atoms, consisting of protons, neutrons and electrons. The periodic table of chemistry provides external properties of the known elements in terms of numbers of the above components. Advanced microscopy has produced photographic images of lattices of atoms but the details of the smaller components have not been reliably observed.
Basic particles (BP) collide and interact with atomic nuclei on a continuing basis. They deliver minute particles of matter from their high speed trajectories. They deliver momentum and kinetic energy which become gravity (subatomic, atomic) and heat respectively. The following paragraphs deal with heat and the proposed mechanism used by nature to regulate and expel excess heat from the body of atoms.
The flow of BP into the body of the atom would correspond to a continuous increase of heat and temperature. Nature must therefore provide exit point capacity corresponding to the continuous source. The precautions function to maintain the integrity, adaptability and survivability of atoms over a wide range of environments and temperatures.
A system of electrons operates within each type of atom. I propose that electrons capture HC particles with the ultimate purpose of accelerating them to the speed of light and expelling them into space. The process is proposed to move HC to the outer range of an electron orbit which nature appears to have assigned the power to accelerate HC to the speed of light and to release them tangentially into space.