posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 06:57 PM
reply to post by ddarkangle2bad
Just like when they were about to power on CERN, the underground supercolider, and some people discussed whether the super collision could collapse
the surrounding earth in to a black hole, I don;t think there's any danger and here's why: for centuries, man has been up to alchemy, trying to turn
lesser elements in to gold and silver, etc. Taoists went into the mountains, talked to the spirits and did elaborate rituals and the spirits would
just hand them gold, from other worlds, and they'd walk out and say the alchemy worked, but of course right down to the late 20th century, when they
said they could do a little table-top fusion - the collapsing atoms that cause new elements, like gold and silver, to form - but it turned out they
were lying, the whole thing had to be retracted. Fusion can't happen on earth, fusion can't even happen on jupiter, but great imaginative idea!
No, in my understanding of the stellar phenomena around me, it's about the surrounding presure - they are calling it "dark matter", I call it
"ytivarg", backwards for gravity. as it's a push not a pull, but anyway, that force pushes in, and the central star goes alight. The pressure is
all on the star. With all the pressure being vortex shed at the central star, the pressure can't be there for the taoists on earth or the explosion
on jupiter, not even there if you run a tokemak on jupiter.
I don't doubt mankind will try to bomb the hell out of jupiter before we fizzle out completely, I expect we'll nuke it hard in destructive frenzy,
like america bombed a comet on the fourth of july, that kind of thing (and they were so surprised to see lemon merangue pie come out, not something
solid or frozen, now they realized it's the tops of our 90,000 foot mountains from proto earth!) but I don't forsee any second suns in this
envelope. I do believe you'd have to shut off the sun first, then boom, I just light a lighter on the corner and you get a fusion storm!