[ RadSafe ] Neutron-Star Collision Reveals Origin of Gold, Astronomers Say
jrpnj01 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 02:30:14 CDT 2017
A fair amount of time has elapsed since the death of Einstein, and
the writing of the book
Gravitation by Misner, Thorne and Wheeler. The book is a challenge to read
with much math beyond typical
graduate school physics level. It is difficult to keep up. Gravitational
physicists, general relativity guys, topologists, particle astrophysicists
etc. continue to treat/address difficult problems. Neutron star on neutron
star collisions, black holes, worm holes, binary stars, and on and on. It
will be difficult for the average scientist to keep up. Allegedly WW2
Germany tried to send a spaceship through a wormhole, with a poor outcome.
Allegedly there is a wormhole entrance generator at/around Area 51. Lazar
suggests that some alien spaceships have significant quantities of
Element-115. We are perhaps on the brink of going forward and/or backward
in time. The tr-3b (USA Spaceship) appears to be very real. There are
youtubes of it flying.
Another good book (more on topic) is Experimental Foundations
of Particle Physics by Goldhaber and Gershenson. Happy reading.
On Sun, Oct 22, 2017 at 5:16 PM, Joseph Preisig <jrpnj01 at gmail.com> wrote:
> WE are probably manufacturing many new elements at RHIC and
> elsewhere. Element 115????
> google youtube and bob lazar
> Gold on gold, Uranium on Uranium collisions etc.
> It is very ON TOPIC.
> Joe Preisig
> On Sun, Oct 22, 2017 at 3:52 PM, ROY HERREN <royherren2005 at yahoo.com>
>> Ok, for the sake of the purist I'll confess right up front that the
>> following article is in many ways far off topic.
>> Neutron-Star Collision Reveals Origin of Gold, Astronomers Say
>> "When two neutron stars collide, there are two consequences theorists
>> have predicted: The stars would generate the elements heavier than nickel
>> and iron on the periodic table, and emit gravitational waves as they spiral
>> This article seems to imply that the majority of parent radioactive
>> elements provably originated from Neutron star collisions. I'm excited by
>> this recent news because it seems as though we are living through a period
>> of time about which entries will be made in future history books. I cant
>> help but wonder what new questions will be generated by this break
>> through? We are living in exciting times!
>> Roy Herren
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