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Old 08-13-2003, 07:46 PM
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I am not sure if the above claim is correct in full. There will be some vaporization
if Mercury were swallowed but I tend to think that some of Mercury's core
of metal would reach and reside in the core of the Sun.

But along these lines of thinking, I may have found the perfect extinguisher of the Sun and any star's fusion. I believe the
key is ionic bonds not metallic
bonds. I believe the ultimate extinguisher of a star's fusion would be salt.

I speculate that if any of the gas giants of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
were a 100% ball of salt and if swallowed by the Sun, then the salt would
be vaporized and spread almost uniformly throughout the Sun and those
Ions of sodium, chlorine, fluorine would interfer with hydrogen so much so
as to almost extinguish the Sun and leave it as a fission pile instead of a
fusion pile.

I know the planet Mercury is virtually identical to Earth regards its metal
core but I do not know the abundance of salt in Mercury compared to Earth.
It is quite possible that Mercury has a huge amount of salts and that if Mercury
were ever swallowed by the Sun that the salt in Mercury could extinguish
a large percentage of Solar Radiation.

We need to test example the Princeton tokamak with that of BBs of metal and to
see how much it extinguishes the plasma and then drop a BB sized salt crystal
and see how much of the fusion plasma is extinguished. I proffer that salt is
the best extinguisher of fusion fires because of the ionic bond interference with
hydrogen atoms.

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Old 08-13-2003, 08:00 PM
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Of course the math would have to be worked out completely. But given a star,
any star and if you add enough of a fusion extinguisher such as salt to that
star or any other extinguisher, then you force the star to release its energy
not by stellar radiation in the form of light but by radiation.

There should be examples in the cosmos of a star that had swallowed up
so much astro bodies that it was laden with too much salt in its volume such
that the fusion fires were hampered so much that the star no longer is normal.

There have been explanations for what are called "neutron stars" and "pulsars".
Explanations which I have never endorsed or accepted. Perhaps what are known
as neutron stars are more likely stars that are normal except with an overburden of salt and debris that inhibit and hamper
fusion and so the enormous energy
of gravitational contraction and its fission fires must release that energy and so
what we think is a "neutron phenomenon" is actually something else and perhaps
it is salt-star (for lack of another term) or a polluted star.

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Old 08-13-2003, 09:21 PM
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Wed, 13 Aug 2003 14:46:53 -0500 Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
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Perhaps the better explanation of Pulsars and Neutron Stars are that they are
salt stars. They have accumulated too much debris and pollution in their long life
that the salts shutdown the fusion process so much that they glow via fission
and the enormous gravitational collapse. And that the harmonic emissions of
a pulsar or neutron star is due to the fission and gravitational collapse. No neutron state and no black hole state. Just a
overladen polluted star of too much salt and fusion extinguishers that it emits pulsars and has astronomers fooled into
thinking neutrons.

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Old 08-14-2003, 01:34 PM
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A star with as little mass as the Sun CANNOT burn elements heavier than
helium --- and even that only during its red giant phase. The primary
effect of sodium, chlorine or any of the other elements heavier than helium
(with the exception of the isotopes of Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen that
participate in "CNO cycle" hydrogen fusion) is simply to increase the
star's opacity and dilute its hydrogen content --- which counter to
intuition will make it burn its remaining hydrogen even faster.



Sadly, he is deadly serious --- and completely, totally, certifiably insane.


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