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Stars and their lenses (an alternate veiw)

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posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 10:58 PM
Stars and their lenses
There is a helio sphere around our star and it has a reasonably stable diameter, but conditions on the sun can alter the conditions inside the medium density. Like a sound shock wave travels in air, a density shock wave travels in space. The solar wind medium density allows for transition of waves into the density of the solar conveyor (solar medium density). these waves can travel from the sun outward to the helio shock boundry, and from the helio shock against back toward the sun.

In the case of a stable heliosphere system the star is observed to be a constant luminosity and may have a very faint flicker as the light travels through the various mediums.
When a star has an event that alters the medium density or speed of medium density it effects the heliospherical optics we observe, for example a star shows a massive burst of light and after a period a secondary but different burst of light occurs.
The primary flash from the star is consistent with a burst of sonoluminesence, and the second flash is a representation of the magnified diameter of the helio sphere increasing magnification .
The violent expansion of the star has an effect on the medium density it creates a “wave” in the medium density (much like a wave in water 2D) which ripples outwards at enormous speeds.

The “pressure” wave or “ripple” has an ever increasing magnification effect on the sun due to an increasing diameter optical lens.
In this way we can account for both flashes from a star that shows 2 regular pulses

the vela pulsar
In a star that flashes once periodically in a predictable time frame it could be the star is transitioning across the optical center of a spherical lens and is only magnified at the optical center. This transitioning across the focal center increases the lumninosity we detect but is from optical effects.
The idea is of a binary star system with a “wobble” and the “wobble” of the stars creates an orbit where this transition through the focal point is only carried out by one of the stars.
A theory of sonoluminesence powering the sun with vibrational energy allows for massive expansion/contraction in very small amounts of time.
The energy given off from sonoluminesence at the center of a sun like ours cannot be radiated outwards through the hot gases fast enough so over time the vibrational energy and heat is transferred “convected” through a cooler cloud of gas allowing for vibrational energy to be imparted into the protective gas layer.
If we look at the sonoluminesence action/reaction we see

A very similar optical effect
To the ones previously described is to be observed

edit on 25-11-2010 by XPLodER because: add descrition

posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 11:10 PM
this is a youtube showing the sonoluminesence experiments

interesting phenomonon when you consider this could be the energy source for the sun


posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 12:16 AM
Good thread buddy. I thought the same exact thing when I first saw the sonoluminescence phenomenon. There's a video you may want to watch. It's called thunderbolts of the gods. There's a lot of mythology stuff but there's also a great deal of science to it. How pseudoscience it is, I couldn't tell you. It's interesting nonetheless.

Google Video Link

edit on 26-11-2010 by Mr Headshot because: link

posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 06:47 PM
reply to post by Mr Headshot

thank you for for posting
i have watched the video before but it is a good one to watch


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