Coronal mass ejections are often associated with other forms of solar activity, most notably solar flares, but a causal relationship has not been established. Most ejections originate from active regions on the Sun’s surface, such as groupings of sunspots associated with frequent flares. Near solar maxima the Sun produces about three CMEs every day, whereas near solar minima there is about one CME every five days.
…The unconnected magnetic helical field and the material that it contains may violently expand outwards forming a CME. This also explains why CMEs and solar flares typically erupt from what are known as the active regions on the sun where magnetic fields are much stronger on average.
…Coronal mass ejections reach velocities between 20km/s to 3200km/s with an average speed of 489km/s, based on SOHO/LASCO measurements between 1996 and 2003. The average mass is 1.6×1012kg. (1.6 Billion Metric TONS!)The values are only lower limits, because coronagraph measurements provide only two-dimensional data analysis
So I have spent the last 6 months of my life explaining that I believe much of that CME mass is collapsed energetic particles and strings of dark matter, basically quantum micro black holes that are creating our weather and quantum field surrounding us. The Sun’s brane is accelerating and collapsing this matter near its surface as far as I can tell. Most of these CMEs miss the Earth, so where does all of that collapsed mass end up? Well, I am sure the other planets gobble up a lot of this stuff, just look at all those SINKHOLES on the other planets and moons and all of those LARGE storms on Jupiter and Saturn. I have already talked about how many of these odd looking craters resemble branes to me, as many are hexagonal or appear to be clumped together gravitationally like bubbles. Many show what look like traces of beta decay and electrical arcing around the perimeter of the sinkholes or “craters”.
The Kuiper belt /ˈkjuːɪpər/ or /ˈkaɪpər/, sometimes called the Edgeworth–Kuiper belt, is a region of the Solar System beyond the planets, extending from the orbit of Neptune (at 30 AU) to approximately 50 AU from the Sun. It is similar to the asteroid belt, but it is far larger—20 times as wide and 20 to 200 times as massive. Like the asteroid belt, it consists mainly of small bodies, or remnants from the Solar System’s formation. While most asteroids are composed primarily of rock and metal, most Kuiper belt objects are composed largely of frozen volatiles (termed “ices”), such as methane, ammonia and water. The classical belt is home to at least three dwarf planets: Pluto, Haumea, and Makemake. Some of the Solar System’s moons, such as Neptune’s Triton and Saturn‘s Phoebe, are also believed to have originated in the region.
So everybody thinks this Kuiper belt just contains a bunch of frozen “volatiles” that just collected from somewhere? More frozen snowballs I guess. Does it snow in space? As I was researching micro black holes, the time the light came on for me is when I realized that these quantum micro black holes, while massive, are so small that they are unable to suck in their surroundings. They have to first convert it to entropy, which is only available readily in a gas like our atmosphere. They create that “ring of fire” as they shred atoms near their surface and release copious amounts of e=mc2 radiation. This forms a bubble in space as the gravitational pull and radiation pressure equalize. From that point on I believe they tend to orbit and “collect dust” and clump in space as their bubble contains charged particles and they attract other particles in space. They will also transmute matter at their surface as they shred molecules and atoms.
These black holes and strings then slowly morph into these asteroids, meteroids, cometoids, planetoids and even some “moonoids (new word)”. I believe much of that “stuff” floating in that Kuiper belt has dark matter branes at their core, especially if it has a strong magnetic field, atmosphere and/or tail.
So as I have said before, I think the missing 95% is right in front of our eyes, we just need to readjust our belief system and focus. I also hope you all realize the degree of uncertainty surrounding us and the gift we have been given. What we do with that gift from this moment on, like always, is entirely up to you and I.
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