Quiet

Quiet

Pictured above is the tree of quiet (the Tranquilitine tree) that grows only in Antarctica.

Quiet is an entity that evokes the absence of molecular motion in the air thus emulating the idea of an absence of sound. Absence of sound can only exist whenever the entity of quiet is within proximity, a common misconception on the nature of longitudinal waves. Quiet, though a physical thing, is about as dense as air in its most common form, yet it has also been proven that quiet can spawn as the ovaries of certain trees that can only grow in Antarctica (known as the Tranquilitine Tree). Quiet proves to be an interesting study as to its nature and the true nature of sound itself.

Physiology

Quiet is a very tense form of matter that is nearly undetectable with the human senses, and its entity can only be inferred. Molecular studies have revealed that quiet in of itself is comprised primarily of particles that one would only expect in cosmic collisions. Rather than being composed of hadrons, as most matter is, quiet is composed of neutrinos which are nearly massless. The neutrinos gather due to a force known as the Q force by modern physicists, and the nature of this force isn't understood.

It has been acknowledged that this type of matter cannot flow freely and can be disturbed by other forces. Nonetheless, quiet can only be sensed by very sensitive equipment found only in scientific labs. However, the quiet can be inferred by the absence of sound. The particles of quiet disrupt the nature of sound waves in the air. According to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, one would expect that sound should exist everywhere at all times since energy gradients are always changing. This sound is generally called noise. However, the neutrinos of quiet interact with the hadrons of air in such a way that energy transfers to the neutrinos, and they absorb it. This goes against modern physics belief and challenges the ideas already established by the scientific community.

Quiet can also take a more physical entity as the form of the fruit of the Tranquilitine tree found only in Antarctica. Scientists do not know exactly how this tree harbors quiet, but hypotheses so far postulate that the immense quantity of quiet in Antarctica might attribute to this phenomenon.

Interaction

It has been discovered that quiet is repelled by the presence of certain objects. Generally, young mammalian organisms seem to emit a special kind of noise that repels the neutrinos of quiet via the Q force. Among the proven of the young mammalian organisms are children usually less than 12 years of age, certain house pets, and horses. The Q force seems to weaken with age. It is postulated that this is an interaction directly provided by the sun. The sun radiates energies that cause cells to become more unstable, and this is thought to be related to the Q force.

Thus, although quiet is a very tense form of matter capable of interaction only at the atomic scale, larger organisms can disrupt this through presence. This has given insight for physicists that study the Q force in detail.

The natural Q force emitted by children of various mammals is called Infantile Noise, or IN.

Public Use

Inventors feel that the quiet may have some actual use to the public as a way of forcing the absence of sound when it is needed. Rather than using unstable medications, a jar of quiet may be all that is needed to keep a weary parent asleep at night. The primary challenge, they say, is preventing the IN from disrupting the quiet.

Psychologists feel that quiet may be the answer to solving domestic stress, though until further research is done, quiet is not guaranteed to be a marketable item.

Works Cited

Various advanced physics papers submitted in 2010.

In fact, every advanced physics paper submitted in 2010.

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