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the third form of matter discovered in a liquid contraction

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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 02:59 PM
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what i find interesting is this process has the ability to show why the strong force can stop the complete collapse of a netron star, if this same process was observed in a netron star of a mass to big to be stable,
we might find the same compresion/relaxation of matrixes could account for "ripples" accross the surface of the star and for how this substance resists compresion and still behaves as a sort of liquid,

after all the same process could be the limiting factor for the size and desity of the netron star.

link to wired

this science could be used to explain alot of strange behaviour at the cores of stars ect

this also makes me think of a galaxy as a "liquid crystal" with an electric field and holes and matrixes,
mabey this is why the galaxy can rotate faster than gravity would allow, each star when under the influence of an electrical field from the central super massive black hole crates a larger matrix with the same out come,

the "crystaline structure" could provide a macro crystal structure of sorts that "connects stars" in a lattice work of stars and holes.

kinda like the exact same thing as in the liquid compresion but on galaxy scales

these are just musings at the moment but i have some ideas to explore

its a very exciting subject for me as some of my reasurch is in this area of science

ps its always good talking to ya buddy


xploder




posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 04:11 PM
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what i find interesting is this process has the ability to show why the strong force can stop the complete collapse of a netron star, if this same process was observed in a netron star of a mass to big to be stable, we might find the same compresion/relaxation of matrixes could account for "ripples" accross the surface of the star and for how this substance resists compresion and still behaves as a sort of liquid, after all the same process could be the limiting factor for the size and desity of the netron star.


One interesting theory is DBL Physics library.rstheory.org... . Basically everything is made of time and space. Any thoughts on it? As for understanding the neutron star and the strong nuclear force, you might be onto something.




the "crystaline structure" could provide a macro crystal structure of sorts that "connects stars" in a lattice work of stars and holes.


Yep, so what are the factors that define the distribution between stars? The mass of the sun seams like a good starting point due to its influence. There there are the planets as well, the momentum of their orbits also has a lot of energy and could also be a factor. May also be some galactic field loops or other dark energies that will be hard to measure and factor in though. As long as you could mathematically find a close relationship with how stars are distributed from the data we can see, the small remaining error might just lead into unravelling the data we cannot yet see.

More exoplanets are coming online so there is a growing database to search for the variables and relationships that define the distance from one star to another.



its a very exciting subject for me as some of my reasurch is in this area of science


Cool, any specific research topic yet? It have been very interesting talking with you too. Send me a message when you post a juicy thread and I will see what I can do.

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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 05:49 PM
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have you read my current work which is still on going?
www.abovetopsecret.com...

i have some very interesting findings
and would really enjoy your imput and opinion

xploder
i am considering how to answer your questions
on stars latice hole alignment and the consiquences of compresion on the galaxy from the outside vs expansion of the galaxy from the inside

i will be busy

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