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Meet Count Darkula

November 16, 2012

black-hole2So I obviously need a better graphics editor and I am still working on the thermodynamics based upon all of the Beta Decays and transmutations happening, which may take me another career, but I wanted to share my mug shot of the the bad actor. I will let you know the drawing is not to scale, that black hole in the center will have a size related to the Schwarzschild radius, which will be shockingly small for its shockingly high mass. I made the black hole big to SCARE YOU, just kidding. Also, that ion tail might be MILLIONS of miles long, a consequence of e=mc2. I just could not draw all that to scale on my screen…

I do not try to differentiate from hot dark matter and cold dark matter yet. I have a sense that this guy does a good job hiding in our atmosphere for a few reasons: 1) He is travelling/orbiting hundreds or thousands of miles/sec and leaves a string of dark matter/charged particles behind him 2) He bends light around him and in his path 3)Although his surface is hot, depending upon his mass, he cools the atmosphere around him by extracting entropy and collapsing gasses creating a semi-stable thermodynamic state. 4) If the gas around him has water vapor in it, he condenses it into clouds and the chameleon’s orbit can be spotted (in a BIG way with a hurricane). 5) In the extreme emptiness and cold of space his LENR nuclear engine drops to a slow idle and he hides very well as his halo and tail disappear, mimicking his environment, just like a chameleon.  That dust and crust he collects and transmutes around him in space is quickly discarded as he enters a more mass-energy dense environment like the inner solar system or Earth’s atmosphere.  He might even disguise himself as a meteorite before his crust burns off, seeding the atmosphere with new elements….

From an energy balance standpoint, as he shreds matter through Beta Decays and LENR approaching his blue-shifted hot atomic surface, I think he takes some of that energy, converts it to entropy and sucks it into those extra dimensions of space all curled up in his black bag of joy.  He conserves thermodynamic laws by slowly giving that entropy back over time through Hawking radiation/evaporation over time.

The reason our dark matter friend is unable to suck in his entire surroundings is that he has an extremely small surface area.  This, in conjunction with the fact that the low energy nuclear reactions he is triggering at his surface are creating a positive pressure in his immediate surroundings due to atomic “evaporation”.  This positive pressure prevents him from devouring his surroundings.  He creates a semi-stable thermodynamic bubble around his singularity.

These guys tend to ignore ordinary matter through their weak interactions. They gravitationally clump together in space and align their orbits based upon a “King of the Hill” mentality where the most massive particles gravitationally and electromagnetically attract and align the other’s orbits. I might need a supercomputer to crunch all of those possibilities as well as throw in the randomness from the weak beta decay nuclear reactions with matter and the thrust created from e=mc2 thrown out the back side in that ion tail.

Regular matter does not stand a chance around Count Darkula, he drains the atomic energy from it and spits out what is left over to start again.  The flock that orbits with him does the same. Just my creative vision.


Copyright 2012 Stewart D. Simonson All Rights Reserved

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