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Originally posted by ZetaExplorer15
This thread is defiantly older, but I will say that I have had impeding fear of demonic possession my whole life. I have never had any experiences, just fear. I went to a psychologist and eventually he helped me through it. I have never feared the paranormal again. I am saying this because fear is the only control you have when the uncontrollable happens. Everyone with your experiences that you have had, consider them a gift.
-Zetaedit on 12-4-2013 by ZetaExplorer15 because: Sig
Originally posted by frayed1
reply to post by sled735
Not exactly 'new', but how bout another dream I had.....some what prophetic, a little bit funny....
Originally posted by sled735
reply to post by Mindless1980
Hi, Mindless! Where have you been? Good to see you.
Thanks for stopping in with your feedback.
I said in a previous post that I would ask Alfred for permission to post his conversation with the Orion ET on this thread. I just received a message from him giving his permission.
So.... drum roll, please! Click the link to read it. www.the-starpeople.net...
He said he will have more to share after the next conference call has been changed to English, so stay tuned.
I want feedback from you guys on this!
ven the oldest white dwarfs still radiate at temperatures of a few thousand kelvins,
The material in a white dwarf no longer undergoes fusion reactions, so the star has no source of energy, nor is it supported by the heat generated by fusion against gravitational collapse. It is supported only by electron degeneracy pressure, causing it to be extremely dense. The physics of degeneracy yields a maximum mass for a non-rotating white dwarf, the Chandrasekhar limit—approximately 1.4 solar masses—beyond which it cannot be supported by electron degeneracy pressure. A carbon-oxygen white dwarf that approaches this mass limit, typically by mass transfer from a companion star, may explode as a Type Ia supernova via a process known as carbon detonation. (SN 1006 is thought to be a famous example.)
Originally posted by CrypticSouthpaw
il read the story but i don't think humans live on a white star.