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STARS

STARS

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The true nature of stars.
The true nature of stars.

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Published by: DTYarbrough on Nov 03, 2011
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 STARS 
 DT YARBROUGH 
 
 STARS 
Stars are the result of gravity causing molecules of gas to accumulate into balls of gas.Gas can easily be compressed by gravity, as opposed to solid matter. Gas can beexpanded by temperature far easier than solid matter. It takes comparatively little energyto form a star and the star contains comparatively little energy per cubic meter of material. The sun creates heat energy on the level of a compost heap(175 watts per cubicmeter).Gravity can not overcome magnetism and subatomic particles have magnetic fields. Itis only when these particles have freedom of motion, as in hydrogen molecules or asindividual particles, that their magnetic fields can be reduced, allowing maximumcompression. Our sun is 150 times the density of water at its core. A larger star is nodenser at its core, it simply has a larger core. If it creates more heat per cubic meter, itwill actually be less dense.The only way to attain higher density is for the core to spin. This adds velocity to the particles and reduces their individual spin, creating smaller fields. Gravity, opposed bycentrifugal force, can compress them slightly further. Heat at the surface of the sun,heats stationary photons and sets them in motion as infrared photons. Flares and massejections set cooler photons in motion in the visible and ultraviolet spectrum. If theflares and mass ejections can reach farther out, they send even cooler photons our way inthe form of x-rays and gamma rays.Fission and fusion have little if any effect upon the energy level within the star. If therewere a nuclear furnace within the stars, they would all ignite at the same level of densityand size, varying only slightly due to the proportions of the gases and metals within thestars. Some hydrogen atoms may be compressed into neutrons, but this creates noenergy. Even when the star explodes, elements are not created within the explosion.Imagine trying to create oxygen in an explosion.Heavy metals exist at the centers of stars. Processes within the star cause the metalcore to spin at a gradually increasing speed. Eventually, velocity of the particles withinthe spinning star allows gravity to compress them to the point where nuclear fissionoccurs. The star explodes within seconds. In some cases, the spinning core survives. Itquickly cools into a cold dense fast spinning dark object we call a black hole, browndwarf, neutron star, gravitar or many other names. They will eventually gather anatmosphere dense enough to block light. Light can not escape these objects because of their density, not their gravity. The density of their atmosphere is due to spin, whichreduces the spin of the individual particles, allowing gravity to pact them more closelytogether.The larger and heavier the core(more heavy metals), the sooner the star will heat up
 
and begin to further increase its spin. The more heat it creates, the more rapidly itincreases its spin due to convection currents. Only stars with low heavy metal contentwill grow to immense size and burn for untold eons. The oldest stars have low metalcontent because these are the only ones still around, not because the early universe wasdevoid of the metals.Fusion occurs within ultra cold gas clouds where temperature minimizes the fields of the vibrating molecules and particles. Gravity has already compacted them to extremedensities in the star building process, but not enough to create heat. Shock waves created by supernova cause the atoms and molecules to fuse.The frequency of supernova is far too infrequent to have seeded the universe to thelevels we see today. I believe our universe is the result of an ultra super massive black hole explosion that seeded our present universe with matter already manufactured in a previous universe. It may actually be the result of many successive big bangs and bigcrunches.For every 1,000 feet you ascend, the atmospheric pressure decreases 4%(not shown onthis chart). This is due primarily to the weight of the column of atmosphere.For every meter you ascend, the atmospheric density decreases 2%. It is the nature of the universe to equalize pressure throughout. This is what causes the universalexpansion. Gravity causes matter to gravitate toward greater density(seeGOOD 

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