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Houston, We Have a Problem

October 28, 2012

I realize my blog is filled with some strange research results, so I try to embellish it with humor.  I do that so if I am wrong you will at least be entertained.  I also do it because quite frankly, if I am right, humor is calming, at least to me.  Given that clarification, I will continue.  I want you all to meet one other extremely important member of the darkness family, for now let’s just call him PigPen.  Do you remember in Charlie Brown the character that always had a cloud of dust around and on him wherever he went?  Even if he took a bath he immediately would collect dirt and dust faster than anyone else.  He was also very temperamental, make him angry and he was liable to explode on you (I think I made that part up). Well, through my research I believe I have identified where Pigpen and his friends hang out and visit.  He hangs out with a bad crowd.  I am working on my technical paper, but decided it is best to put it out there and get the monkey off my back…

If you take a look at the 3-D image, you will see a Mandelbrot fractal, like in my last post, only converted into a 3-D spatial rendering.  If you use your imagination, what might you think this is?  Maybe a clump of paper mache?  Nah.

Maybe a nasty, dirty snowball with a bunch of debris stuck into it?  Hmm. Going on that theory for just a minute, I grew up in Maine and threw many snowballs at my brothers, houses, and moving cars while hiding in the woods in Winter(Oops I should not have told you that).  I ended up playing a lot of baseball and in the off season I threw a lot of snowballs.  I usually won those fights with my brothers, they found other ways to kick my butt.  Now, analyzing this, the first thing that I notice is that the snowball is glowing.  We never had glowing snowballs made of ice in Maine, especially when it was 20 below zero.  I really do not think that snowballs glow, so right there that shoots down that theory.  This is not a “dirty snowball”

Using our imaginations, let’s imagine that maybe this is a…Comet.  Wow, OK Comets do have that clumpy look to them and you know what, they sometimes do glow, especially when they orbit near the sun, a source of energy and energetic particles.  You know, the idea of a Comet being a dirty snowball comes from a guy named Fred Whipple in 1950.   It is amazing that theory has held so long, given the fact that technology has sped forward and given such wondrous devices as the IPhone.  But you know what, I disproved Fred’s theory 40 years ago because I observed first hand that when you throw snowballs in the cold of winter they DO NOT GLOW, even if the sun is shining.  So you see Fred, you were wrong, I disproved your theory back in 1970, although I forgot to tell NASA.

Comets are a peculiar breed and very temperamental. They have a Coma, which is a Halo of charged particles around them much of the time that they are visible.  Many times, when they are active they actually have two or more tails, a dust tail as well as ion tail(s) that can stretch for MILLIONS of miles.  Funny thing is, at other times they are barely visible, even less so than other bodies near them.  They do appear to collect a lot of dust and particles throughout their journey though, probably due to their gravitational pull and their surface of charged particles.

From Wilkipedia, a typical Comet nucleus has an albedo of 0.04.[17] Such a dark surface is thought to be indicative of a primitive and heavily space weathered surface containing some organic compounds.  Hmmm, I wonder what else could be absorbing all of that light…Scientists have noticed thru infrared imaging that the Nucleus of a Comet is very active, they can spew out jets of gas and charged particles when they approach the sun.  The surface appears to be a very fine dust and also layered. So at times comets emit infrared light as well as visible light.  Scientists have also detected X-Rays coming from comet Hyakutake, very cool…and STRANGE at the same time.

Comets can be very unstable, many have even broken up.  Many of you probably remember Shoemaker-Levy 9, which broke up around Jupiter in 1994 and made many impact sites, one was the SIZE OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN.   Thank you Jupiter, once again for protecting us from the big bad guys from outer space.  But wait, there was more STRANGENESS, instead of creating large, bright nuclear level explosions at all the impact sites, many were BLACK and stayed that way for weeks and/or months.  From Wilkepedia:

“Astronomers had expected to see the fireballs from the impacts, but did not have any idea in advance how visible the atmospheric effects of the impacts would be from Earth. Observers soon saw a huge dark spot after the first impact. The spot was visible even in very small telescopes, and was about 6,000 km (3,700 mi) (one Earth radius) across. This and subsequent dark spots were thought to have been caused by debris from the impacts, and were markedly asymmetric, forming crescent shapes in front of the direction of impact.[16]

“About an hour after fragment K entered Jupiter, observers recorded auroral emission near the impact region, as well as at the ANTIPODE of the impact site with respect to Jupiter’s strong magnetic field. The cause of these emissions was difficult to establish due to a lack of knowledge of Jupiter’s internal magnetic field and of the geometry of the impact sites. One possible explanation was that upwardly accelerating shock waves from the impact accelerated charged particles enough to cause auroral emission, a phenomenon more typically associated with fast-moving solar wind particles striking a planetary atmosphere near a magnetic pole.”

Uh Oh, do you guys know what the Antipode is?  Well, if you happened to dig a hole through the Earth to China, or maybe ORBIT THROUGH THE EARTH and pop out the opposite side in China, that would be the Antipode.  You don’t suppose fragment K ORBITED RIGHT THRU JUPITER DO YOU?

Comets sometimes explode.  Now I can tell you that after throwing probably 5,000 snowballs in Maine, none ever exploded with the force of nuclear weapons. If they had, I would have won all of my snowball fights.  So once again, Comets cannot be dirty snowballs.  I do know one object that is predicted to explode as it nears the end of its life, and that is a primordial black hole.  The smaller they get, the more unstable they are thought to become.

Many of you probably remember watching in 2005 when NASA smashed the Deep Impact probe into Comet 9P/Tempel.  What an amazing success.  The probe disappeared into the soft, powdery surface, leaving a large plume.  From Wilkepedia:

The crater that formed was not visible to Deep Impact due to the cloud of dust raised by the impact, but was estimated to be between 100 and 250 meters in diameter[5] and 30 meters deep. The probe’s spectrometer instrument detected dust particles finer than human hair, and discovered the presence of silicatescarbonatessmectitemetal sulfides (like fool’s gold), amorphous carbon and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

Now finally something I know a little about, chemistry.  I don’t know if all of those chemical compounds are floating around in space, but I will tell you from my research on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) and Cold Fusion, many different elements and compounds are transmuted from the reaction between hot dark matter and the lattice of a metal .  On the other hand, maybe the radiation spectrum is being interpreted incorrectly as coming from compounds and elements… Hawking radiation is supposed to emit a full spectrum of black body radiation, x-rays, UV, Light, etc.

One last observation I will make and then I will cut to the chase.  Comets are thought to contain a lot of ice.  NASA’s Swift Gamma-ray Explorer satellite monitored Comet Lulin as it closed on Earth.  “The UVOT data show that Lulin was shedding nearly 800 gallons of water each second.” That’s enough to fill an Olympic-size swimming pool in less than 15 minutes.

Swift can’t see water directly. But ultraviolet light from the sun quickly breaks apart water molecules into hydrogen atoms and hydroxyl (OH) molecules. Swift’s UVOT detects the hydroxyl molecules, and its images of Lulin reveal a hydroxyl cloud spanning nearly 250,000 miles, or slightly greater than the distance between Earth and the moon.  I will make the argument that UVOT data may have been interpreting the Hawking Radiation emitted from the Comet as water, when in fact there is very little water on that Comet.

OK, NASA, time to cut to the chase.  Comet nuclei are made up of nothing more than CLUMPED DARK MATTER, otherwise known as Primordial Black Holes.  Who knows, a comet may contain tens or hundreds of these nuclei strung together in a Mandelbrot pattern in space, covered in layers of dust and transmuted materials.  This dark matter is MUCH MORE DANGEROUS TO EARTH than an asteroid since the massive “particle’s” nuclei may orbit through the Earth for months as my research shows happened with the Great Comet of 1811, which according to my research triggered the worst Earthquakes in the History of the United States in New Madrid, Arkansas as well as 7 years of global climate change.  Comets are seeding our solar system with dark matter, which is a direct threat to life and the cause of most of the uncertainty on this planet.  Although they originally transmuted elements to create the seeds of life, they also collapse regular matter in a heartbeat.  M Theory is correct in my opinion regarding additional dimensions of space and the large amount of dark matter present.

My modeling shows that a black hole does everything possible to remain in thermodynamic equilibrium with its environment.  If you bathe one side of the comet in the Sun’s rays, it will emit the equivalent amount of energy out the opposite side in order to remain in thermal equilibrium, hence the ion tail.  If you bombard a black hole with matter particles of significant mass from the solar wind you get an enormous amount of energy spewed forth as e=mc2, hence the huge tail a million miles long.

Each nucleus is a true nuclear furnace.  When a comet travels thru the coldness of deep space, although the surface of the nuclei may be millions of degrees kelvin, it has very little surface area to transfer its heat, so you end up with a shrunken coma or atmosphere surrounding the nucleus.  Because the Nuclei “bubbles” are only sticking together by weak gravitational attraction, they are easily pulled apart by the gravitational pull of larger masses.  As they become more active around the sun, they also become less stable as jets of evaporation stream off in other directions from all of the nuclei.

It appears that along with all of the bad stuff, dark matter also creates most of the weather.  If we get rid of all of the dark matter and decrease uncertainty, we might also get rid of most of the rain.  Best we develop a clean source of Energy such as LENR and/or Cold Fusion so we can create our own weather and remove as much uncertainty in our lives as we can.

So you see Houston, we have a problem.

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