2. Temperature and sounds

Temperature, introduction of Maxwellian motion and density graph (§2.1)

Maxwell has been the first to describe graphically (that is mathematically) heat. Maxwell came up with the following graph, relating temperature, speed and the population density of the molecules of a gas.Such a graph necessitates further explanation in terms of motion-occurrences; in gravimotion the vertical and horizontal reference axes of such graphs are expressed in terms of motion. And rather than populations of molecules, a density graph represents populations of motions; density standing for motion-density rather than matter-density.

There is no other type of graph than motion-quantum, motion-occurrence and density graph in gravimotion.

Everything is represented with these 3 types of graphs. All in all density-graphs are always representing populations of motion-occurrences, motion-occurrences are always combinations of motion-quanta, and the motion-quantum ends up being the sole building block of the present in gravimotion.

At the peak of any curve that is for any specific temperature, let say 400K, the density of the molecules is well defined (on the left vertical axis), and these molecules are all moving at the same speed of 3.15 units of speed (horizontal axis)! In any other situation they move at only 2 specific different speeds!

The "motion" of the molecules is not chaotic but is instead very specifically determined.

As such in this treatise the expression

A specific thrust of the molecules (remote cousin of physics' velocity) characterizes a Maxwellian motion; the molecules inclinations only cancelling out on average (no overall direction).

And the following comments are of the essence; Maxwell graph (or law) coincides to an isolated system; it doesn’t take in consideration gravity; it considers only low pressures, and as such it very likely doesn’t apply to solid matter, in which case molecules are not free to move.

Yet the purpose of this graph is to emphasize 2 points:

- Nature has everything under control. There is no chaotic motion at all.
- Temperature is an abstract, statistical, homogeneous and global interpretation of a multitude of motions that of the molecules. And such interpretation makes utterly sense in view of the even temperature sensation our human body is feeling.

In this treatise the Maxwellian motion takes over our human concept of temperature.