Saturday, February 25, 2012

Massive Densities of Galactic Cores will cause New Elements!

The massive densities of galactic cores has no choice but to crush elements that we consider dense into new elements. This model predicts that the element table must expand by factors. We will see the results of this in our supercoliders when we can contain the collisions of current dense element tests. Some radioactive decay will occur as elemental H,He,Li...

By using multidirectional precise timed collisions in a magnetic sealed chamber with the target pellet of dense radioactive material stabalized by Z boson, photons and pressure waves will allow the user to define the stability of the new element.

We have already done this in the great elemental discovey era. This model demands and predicts ~8^10 increase in our elemental table. It could be much higher.

The 8 is a strange number but it is the valence number of each shell.

And we still should examine the spiral shape of the elemental table as defined in a previos posting on this blog.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Death of the Concept of the Black Hole

Black Hole Ejecting Massive Wind

The pictures from the Chandra Telescope are forcing the reexamination of the amazing winds in our galaxy. Dust from the galactic center shows that the Superdense core is using radiation to emit particles from the core along the Galactic plane. We also see hyperactive jets emitting from the poles of the galactic core.

This galaxy is an amazing display of the scalabilty of the Standard Vibration Model to go from baryonic information to galactic scale.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Our Heroic Legomen and Legowomen.

This comes from a comment about the Lego balloon.

Legosats launch from helium balloons. They can rise to a maximum ceiling of the density of the craft/atmosphere. At that point the legosat should store the helium to be used as thrust. Fill much he and use ionizer to provide thrust. Use a exectable chemical engine for the initial thrusting. Saving your he for fine stationkeep. Then it should detach from the balloon. Immediatly drop away from the balloon and its legosat attachments. (These will be different in every system and launch so be weary of that balloon). In order to move Legoman Balloonist from 33km to 300+km LEO, you would need thrust. You need to use the Hohmann Transfer to attain the new orbit. Then stationkeeping. To go to GSO is a whole different Legoman. Start small.

Legoman systems should allow many excellent detection deviced;video, temp, magetic, radiowaves with extending antenna. Many excellent systems can provide supurb monitoring. Like a firesat system. Looking for forest fires.
Please notify local FAA AND NASA OF ANY PLANNED LAUNCHES!!! Minisat opensource platform Space Mission Analysis And Design should be on your desk with every page taped to the next. Enjoy!!