Friday, May 15, 2015

More Evidence Galactic Cores PRODUCE Stars

This is another picture of a Galactic Core ejecting a star.


Sorry gravity.

Chemical Evolution

The bridge between chemical and organic chemistry.

This video clearly states how to go from inorganic chem to organic chem.

NASA's Dark Matter Engine

The idea of a nuclear electromagnet propelling a craft through space will work if, the craft exits the solar system to take advantage of a greater density of Dark Matter. The trajectory of the craft must be perpendicular to the direction of the sun's rotation around the galactic core.

But there is a more efficient way.

Monday, May 11, 2015

Ceres the Asteroid.

JPL has a spacecraft orbiting Ceres the asteroid.

Credit JPL, Dawn Mission

Obvious questions start. Are we viewing a pole n/s? We see all of those very large nearly circular craters.

Then there are the high reflectivity gouges. Those are impact craters. They are not circular. Like the moon they are elliptical. The only way a impact crater could have circular edges is if it hits at a near direct impact. Theta has got to be close to 0 else you get an elliptical gouge like the moon in the equatorial region. On the Moon impact craters are white and elliptical.

The round craters with pillars are electrical impacts. Like the moon the show they show the same features. Large round craters with a central pillar.

Credit Tom Ruen


Credit Clementine

Sunday, May 10, 2015

More on Pluto

Yes, Pluto is a chunk of ice(we think). I'm not going to judge before the data is in.

Another fantastic picture of Pluto from New Horizons.

Credit New Horizon,