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Meet the Flockers

November 8, 2012

If you hadn’t noticed, I am having a lot of fun writing these blog entries.  When you look at the universe from a completely inverted perspective strange stuff pops out, just like it does in the vacuum of space. I do realize the impact on some of this stuff is serious if it is correct, so please understand that.

Dark matter is dense, it orbits, it clumps, it flocks (remember my duck in sheep’s clothing blog entry?) So I want you to meet our family, the Flockers. We think we know them well, but can you ever really know what is inside somebody?

So I got to thinking last night, dreaming from a light melatonin induced sleep state the crop circles suggested I take… and this is what popped out.

Our family consists of an elder, the sun, surrounded by a family of nine, yes I am going to count Pluto because he is trying to get in on the family action and in the end I do not believe he is a whole lot different than the rest of us.

The heat from the sun is primarily triggered from the fusion of hydrogen due to the immense temperature and gravitational pressure created from the Sun’s nucleus. Hmm, now what gathered up (and created) all of that hydrogen and matter in the cold of space and collapsed it into a large enough mass with intense enough gravitational pull to fuse hydrogen?……

OK, it is a black hole (dark matter). You see, I believe many stars don’t collapse and create a black hole (although some may), I think there is one there to begin with. That gets me to the 95% dark matter-energy I have been looking for in our solar system so that we are not “special”. As I have said before, I believe dark matter can create hydrogen (protons, electrons and neutrinos) from Beta Decay’s with ordinary matter, so along with any hydrogen it scavenges from space its LENR dark matter engine at its core can also create it from the beta decay of ordinary matter.  In my research, the only difference between a sun and a planet is the mass of the black hole at the center.  A sun’s black hole is massive enough the trigger fusion in the hydrogen surrounding it.  A planet’s black hole slowly transmutes it into dirt and…people.

Mercury and Venus are the mature parents.   Assuming their dark matter cores were much smaller than the Sun’s, their core has also shrunk over the millenia due to evaporation and higher concentration of dark matter particles orbiting through them and interacting since they are closer to the sun.  The beta decays, fission and fusion reactions have gradually converted the planet’s composition over time.

Earth and Mars are the college kids pretty much in the same boat but in an orbit much more friendly to matter-based life, hence I am able to write this observation…  The hydrogen generated by the Earth’s LENR engine appears to have combined with ionized Oxygen to form water, which happens to remain liquid on Earth, which is fortunate for us.  Lots of lightning created from orbital dark matter storms probably helps with the ionization. On Mars it appears to be all frozen.  Scratch the entropic black hole nucleus of Mars, it appears to have lost it’s dynamojo nucleus, either it evaporated or due to orbital dark matter it dissapeared or Mars was created from orbital dark matter from the sun or another body…

Jupiter appears to be the brooding teenager, filled with swirling storms and a volatile atmosphere. Jupiter is in the intermediate stages of matter creation witnessed by his colors. He collects lots of dark matter and regular matter from orbiting comets which is all helping him towards maturity and eventually settling down to an adult. But like a teenager, he has violent eruptions and swirling storms at the surface.

Saturn is the young female because she likes the color yellow. She has not yet reached her teenage years and basically is just a big gas ball of fun. She likes to collect things based upon her large accretion disk, which will aid in her eventual march toward maturity. Her LENR engine is purring along in a low bath of photons from the sun and whatever matter she can collect around her coming in from the outer solar system.

Neptune and Uranus are the two young boys since they like the color blue. Their dark matter LENR engine is creating lots of Hydrogen through Beta Decays from any matter happening by. Because they are far away from the sun, they do not get the intense concentration of dark matter or photons that the closer in planets receive to power their LENR engine and so they are slower to mature.

Pluto, who I talked about yesterday, remains the outcast of the family, collecting dust, moons and debris from the outer solar system – kinda like Pig Pen in a previous post. He does not receive much energy from the sun so his LENR engine remains an extremely low idle and he is barely visible since he mimics his environment. If he were to be whipped into the inner solar system due to a gravitational catapult from Neptune or an outside visitor such as a comet, watch out, he would grow a temper and coma really fast.  This fact, along with his moon thugs could upset the whole solar system orbital apple cart.

All this is possible once you realize that dark matter does not collapse everything around it. It initially collapses to a thermodynamic steady state and then creates its own atmosphere, depending upon its environment, temperature and surface area.  So as you can see, the Flockers are just one big happy family.

From → Astrophysics

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