Astrophysics chemistry VIEW of EARTH covalent bond expressions


Let's look at the astrophysics galactic LOCAL REGION (Planet EARTH)  from the view of a distant virtual observer. Let's assume this entity is an INTELLECTUAL type existing millions of  miles away from the EARTH and that hypothetical scientist studies EARTH.  

Using Einstein's theory of relative sizes and viewing positions  ...... we are  just changinging the poiint of VIEW.

Thorne, Hawking and other residents on the geogrphy surface of  the space/.time point (EARTH)  look OUTWARD at the fabric of space/time and its astronomy/astrophysics activities in the Milky WAY galaxy and elsewhwere.

Let's reverese this assume the galaxy is looking at EARTH and the human activities.

EARTH is a subset of the Solar System. The Solar System is a subset of the astrophysics galaxy.
There Earth is a subset of astrophysics areas  ..... like astrophysics chemistry.


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Now, let's look at EARTH from that distant VIEW ...but first let's review modern EARTH perceptions and the covalent bond  SOCIAL CHEMISTRY activity at Northern Illinois Universuty,  Cole Hall, DeKalb, Illinois.    Then we will look at the astrophysics VIEW of EARTH.
Thus we have 2 stages tot his report:
1) the modern perception of NATURE's chemsitry system at geogarphy location DeKALB, Illinois (a  local region covalent bond)
2) the astrophysics VIEW of the EARTH and the United States .....will reveal a covalent bond in a new FORMAT of expression  ..... connecting the DeKalb, Illinois and the Virginia TECH  tragedies.  Thus astrophysics has practical applications upon EARTH  VIA  social chemistry expression  models using objects (atomic /moclular  or matheamtical-physics entities   such as  biochemsitry humans, cement buildings, geometry coordinates).

The Theory of Everything and Grand Unified Theory are useful concept tools in this example.
The Astrophysical Chemistry Group is a subject group of the Royal Society of Chemistry. and the Royal Astronomical Society.
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Covalent bond war and the Cole Hall student casualties


Humans are composed of molecules supplied by Nature's systems engineers ..... that engage in physical biology engineering, brain engineering,  human behavior engineering, thought engineering, English language symbols engineering,  science equations and formula, and  social engineering.

These various projects  of Nature are applied to experimental subsets of  human.   Actual testing is common science lab protocol  ..... Nature  uses  EARTH LAB wiith  humans and human groups.


For example, the famous  Benjamin LEWIN clincal trial  in gene social languages  and cell social expression experiments was the clinical TRIAL  of President Clinton , and Lewin(sky).  

 We live in an interesting intellectual world  ....with many puzzles about daily life that are in newspaper reports. Newspapers often  print an incomplete explanation of a tragic event;  providing a  basic algebra / science puzzle for arm-chair amateur detectives with  basic math, biochemistry, chemistry, physics college textbooks as reference books.


Let's look at a chemistry molecule expression FORMAT   ---> social chemistry and  molecule social engineering ERROR signals.


The source of anger ....... covalent bonds  in  Illinois and Northern Ilinois



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Covalent bond


covalent bond is the chemical bond that involves the sharing of pairs of electronsbetween atoms. The stable balance of attractive and repulsive forces between atoms when they share electrons is known as covalent bonding.[1] For many molecules, the sharing of electrons allows each atom to attain the equivalent of a full outer shell, corresponding to a stable electronic configuration.

Covalent bonding includes many kinds of interaction, including σ-bondingπ-bonding, metal-to-metal bonding, agostic interactions, and three-center two-electron bonds


In the molecule H2, the hydrogen atoms share the two electrons via covalent bonding.[5] Covalency is greatest between atoms of similar electronegativities. Thus, covalent bonding does not necessarily require the two atoms be of the same elements, only that they be of comparable electronegativity. Although covalent bonding entails sharing of electrons, it is not necessarily delocalized.




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Early concepts in covalent bonding arose from this kind of image of the molecule ofmethane. Covalent bonding is implied in the Lewis structureby indicating electrons shared between atoms.

The term "covalence" in regard to bonding was first used in 1919 by Irving Langmuirin a Journal of the American Chemical Society article entitled "The Arrangement of Electrons in Atoms and Molecules". Langmuir wrote that "we shall denote by the termcovalence the number of pairs of electrons that a given atom shares with its neighbors."[6]

The idea of covalent bonding can be traced several years before 1919 to Gilbert N. Lewis, who in 1916 described the sharing of electron pairs between atoms.[7] He introduced the Lewis notation or electron dot notation or Lewis dot structure in which valence electrons (those in the outer shell) are represented as dots around the atomic symbols. Pairs of electrons located between atoms represent covalent bonds. Multiple pairs represent multiple bonds, such as double bonds and triple bonds. An alternative form of representation, not shown here, has bond-forming electron pairs represented as solid lines.

Lewis proposed that an atom forms enough covalent bonds to form a full (or closed) outer electron shell. In the methane diagram shown here, the carbon atom has a valence of four and is therefore surrounded by eight electrons (the octet rule); four from the carbon itself and four from the hydrogens bonded to it. Each hydrogen has a valence of one and is surrounded by two electrons (a duet rule) - its own one electron plus one from the carbon. The numbers of electrons correspond to full shells in the quantum theory of the atom; the outer shell of a carbon atom is the n=2 shell which can hold eight electrons, while the outer (and only) shell of a hydrogen atom is the n=1 shell which can hold only two.

While the idea of shared electron pairs provides an effective qualitative picture of covalent bonding, quantum mechanics is needed to understand the nature of these bonds and predict the structures and properties of simple molecules. Walter Heitlerand Fritz London are credited with the first successful quantum mechanical explanation of a chemical bond, specifically that of molecular hydrogen, in 1927.[8]Their work was based on the valence bond model, which assumes that a chemical bond is formed when there is good overlap between the atomic orbitals of participating atoms. These atomic orbitals are known to have specific angular relationships between each 










Covalent bond


Co.......    valent ......  bond


Cole  valentine's day
.... molecule mass massacre



Northern Illinois University shooting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Northern Illinois University shooting was a school shooting that took place on February 14, 2008. Steven Kazmierczak shot multiple people on the campus ...
The incident happened at the campus's Cole Hall.
At approximately 3:05 p.m. CST, Steven Kazmierczak entered a large auditorium-stylelecture hall in Cole Hall (Auditorium 101) with approximately 120 students, where anoceanography class was in session.
Thus we see the chemistry molecule expression of anger.
What chemistry equation is expressing the anger?
That requires a lot more research.
An example might be ... the H = hydrogen model ..... with  the picture of the  building below.
Perceive the building as a left HALL classroom  and a right HALL classroom  --->
the parallel equivalent at a atom/molecule LEVEL     .......  
left H = Hydrogen and a right H = Hydrogen. 


What's this?

  • When two hydrogen atoms get close enough, the electron from each atom feels an attraction from the proton in the other atom's nucleus.
  • This attraction pulls the atoms together.
  • The electrons end up being shared by the atoms in a region around the nucleus of both atoms.

Covalent Bond in Hydrogen II

Two hydrogen atomsnear one another.
  • Hydrogen atoms are close together. The electron from each atom feels the attraction from the proton in the nucleus of the other atom.
  • This attraction pulls the atoms together and the electrons are shared by both atoms.
  • The atoms bond because there is a strong enough attraction in both directions and room for the electrons in the outer energy level of the atoms.
Let's look at the molecule SIGNAL evolution.
We started with the  cement/concrete/brick building known by proper noun:  Cole HALL.

This univeristy buildng in DeKalb, Illinois can be theoretically seen by  the UNIVERSE view of EARTH  .... as EARTH LAB   and a  chemistry lab  ... in physical chemistry and social chemistry.
The university buiilding  from the Milky WAY universe view point  (like a NASA astronaut's VIEW of EARTH)........  looking  at the  university structure ... sees the  building is comprised of 2 H --> 2  school classroom lecture HALLS.
Nature's  SYMBOL PROCESSOR can equate these 2 lecture Halls to  H = Hydrogen  (that is ... Cole HALL is the larger scale  model, the amplified version of hyfrogen atom).      Thus the perception process provided by NATURE  ......  Hydrogen atoms   VIA the more visible, obvious  .... eye/optical image  of the cement/ conrete Hall model ..Cole Hall.

Symbolism - Merriam-Webster Online
the art or practice of using symbols especially by investing things with a symbolicmeaning or
by expressing the invisible or intangible by means of visible

Covalent Bonding in Water I --->  oceanography class was in session.


What's this?

  • When two hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom get close enough, the electron from each atom feels an attraction from the protons in the other atom's nucleus.
  • This attraction pulls the atoms together.
  • The electrons end up being shared by the atoms in a region around the nucleus of both atoms.

Covalent Bonding in Water II --> oceanography class was in session  

--> the COLE Hall  oceanography classroom for U.S.Navy intellectuals regarding   the U.S.S.Cole  of   October 2000    and their university THINK TANK errors in the simple explanation.



Two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom near each other.

Hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom are close together.

Electrons from each atom feel the attraction from the protons in the nucleus of the other atom.

This attraction pulls the atoms together and the electrons are shared by both atoms.

The atoms bond because there is a strong enough attraction in both directions and room for the electrons in the outer energy level of the atoms. 




The above water  molecule .....  is shown below ... in  the  WATER geometry using the  concrete/cement model  of the univeristy campus builfing Cole Hall.


Above, we had the H and H symbols of the Hydogen atom represented  in physical FORMAT VIA the larger sized ..... cement/concrete/brick builkfing lecture HALLS  ..... lecture HALL 1 and lecture HALL  2 of Cole Hall.

Tto complete the water molecule design  configuration ... we need an O = Oxygen .... a cirlce or round shape near Cole Hall.

The picture below shows the O =  Oxygen patallel in the  round  driveway /walkway in front of the COLE HALL building ( the  Hydrogen Halls).


The oceanography class provides additional information about the super-symmetry physics parallel of this situation.



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Thus we see Nature's information systems dispay   ....  with  the water  molecule  at one size level of existence   .....  AND the Nature's systems architecture with the enlarged DEMO of  water moleule with attached parameters:  

the cement/brick buildging inside ( H and H)  and the outside  round driveway  (O = Oxygen)  

 with the additional CLUES of
- ocean class 
- Cole , ocean, Navy, October 2000
- the scene at Cole Hall, while Daniel Parmenter was pronounced dead  implies  .....
Daniel Parmenter --> Da  Parm ---> Data Parametere

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Parameter definition, a constant or variable term in a function that determines the ...define a system and determine its behavior and are varied in an experiment
-  the scene at Cole Hall, while Daniel Parmenter was pronounced dead  implies  .....

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Parmenter   - US Army War Cole HALL  
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 An oxygen atom has 6 electrons in its outer shell. Oxygen is in group 6 ...
 An oxygen atom has 6 electrons in its outer shell
 An oxygen atom has 6 electrons in its outer shell
 An oxygen atom has 6 electrons in its outer shell
 An oxygen atom has 6 electrons in its outer shell --> 6 dead at  .. .. killed by electron shell messenger bullets provided by the  ......

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Covalent Bonding in a Water objects  --> Water MAN  


Thus we have some CLUES to the deepr levels of REALITY underlying the event.

We see the important relationship beween different levels ...different perceptions of REALITY ..
the water mocule in a chemistry LAB   glass container   ..... and the super-symmetry   WATER molecule architecture of the Cole  HALL building and driveway ......  designed by humanoid architects that are really water molecule extensions in a dermatolgy skin package.
Thus we see these water molecule HUMANOIDS express the primordial water moelcule instincts in their subconscious mind  that rose to a LEVEL of conscious  expression and display   VIA the Cole Hall architecture layout. 



Now let's look at the astrophysics VIEW of the UNitred States geography regions and its universities, campus buildings, Nature's  SYMBOL MACHINEs that use English language alphabets  and periodic atomic table symbols, college textbook information formula, humnan activity, etc .

THe astrophysics VIEW (like a NASA astronaut in a space station) sees EARTH and see the building below  ...with the O = Region of Convergence (ROC) as used in signal processing analysis.  


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THus the SYMBOL MACHINE  analysis of  cement/concrete building label: Cole Hall and the O of the cement /concrete  driveway gives ---> CHO.


Astrophysics chemistry sees symbol  CO --> CO.valent   social chemsitry bonf at new technology site  ...DARPA virgin science at Virginia TECH  ...and sees a MR,CHO........ Nature's Darwinianian selection of a covalent bond partner to complete the connection beween the 2 educational institutions.


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two separate attacks, approximately two hours apart --> data that helps describe the covalent bond of the 2 schools at 2 different levels of Sartre existential expression.


Types of Bonds - Properties of Nonmetals - Boundless › ... › Properties of Nonmetals
Types of Bonds. Ionic bonds can form between nonmetals and metals,
while covalent bonds form when electrons are shared between two nonmetals.
while covalent bonds form when electrons are shared between two
while covalent bonds form when electrons are shared between two
while covalent bonds form when electrons are shared between two
while covalent bonds form  between two

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Introduction to Covalent Bonding: Bonding between non-metals consists of two electrons shared between two atoms.
Using the Wave Theory, the covalent bond
Using the Wave Theory, the covalent bond
Using the Wave Theory, the covalent bond
Using the Wave Theory, the covalent bond
Using the Wave Theory, the covalent bond  at  the  Cole Hall oceanography  WAVE class  and   EARTH harmonics location ....wave  ,,,, geo-physics  and and string theory  language/symbol  of    NODE --> NO + DE ---> Northern DeKalb.

Northern Illinois University, Cole Hall  DeKalb  Feb  2007 .
Virginia TECH shooting  in April 2007  ...........  AP = APRIL, and AP = Astro.Physics  events with the Hawking EVENT HORIZON --->
transformed to ----> EVENT HORROR that  rises up and displays a tragic message.  

We ought try to understand the SIGNAL about  existence  and the conflicts among dimensions in our atomic/molecular daily lives.

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Thus we see some of the pieces to an interesting astrophysics puzzle about astrophysics chemisty EARTH LAB  war zone.

Remember .... Galileo the DEFENDER (of EARTH)