On Wednesday, April 10, 2013 7:15:51 PM UTC+2, Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > Today must be a lucky day for me, for now we have Jupiter a pulsar > > within the Solar System. > > > > -- quoting from > > http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2002/07mar_jupiterpuzzle/ > > > > "The pulses are coming from the north pole of Jupiter," says Randy > > Gladstone, a scientist at the Southwest Research Institute and leader > > of the team that made the discovery using NASA's orbiting Chandra X- > > ray Observatory. > > Above: Every 45 minutes an x-ray source blinks near Jupiter's north > > magnetic pole. This animation, based on data from the Chandra X-ray > > Observatory, shows the hot spot pulsing 15 times during one complete > > 10-hour rotation of the giant planet. > > -- end quote -- > > > > Now the 5th edition of this book is going to simplify the 4th edition > > very much so, and by that I mean odd exotica in astronomy of pulsars, > > neutron stars, black-holes, and quasars are easily dismissed in this > > 5th edition as nothing more elaborate than the Maxwell Equations > > yielding X-rays from the Maxwell Equations. > > > > So, what I have is that quasars are just normal galaxies nearby to the > > Milky Way with their galactic nucleus of EM-gravity in gravity-cells > > of large stars emitting gamma rays and X-rays. Pulsars are binary > > stars with gravity-cells clashing to produce pulsed signals. The Sun > > and Jupiter are two gravity cells clashing and producing Jupiter's > > pulses as noted above. Stars as neutron stars are nonexistent and they > > are simply normal stars or large planets of a binary pair in which > > their gravity cells are clashing and emitting X-rays and gamma rays. > > Black holes are nonexistent and simply are two gravity cells of large > > binary stars clashing. > > > > So in a Universe where physics is axiomatized by the Maxwell > > Equations, gravity is EM-gravity and when two large bodies form > > gravity cells that clash, they form a X-ray tube. See how the Maxwell > > Equations derives the X-ray tube as a source of X-rays and gamma rays. > > > > Now I see this discovery of Jupiter was made in 2002 yet this is 2013 > > and there should have been a huge important news broadcast of this > > important fact. However it was squashed and suppressed in the news. I > > just found out of this news last night. And the reason it was > > suppressed is because it goes against the mainstream muddle headed and > > wrong scientists who want to keep their fantasy of black-holes, > > quasars, neutron stars and pulsars, keep that fictional fantasy going > > on longer, when it should have been swept out of physics in shame by > > 2002. > > > > -- > > > > Science newsgroups like sci.physics, sci.chem, sci.bio, > > sci.geo.geology, sci.med, ?sci.paleontology, sci.astro, > > sci.physics.electromag need to?be hosted the same as what Drexel > > University hosts sci.math as the Math Forum. The world has plenty of > > good colleges and Universities to?host each of the science newsgroups. > > Divide them up and spread them?out. Science belongs in education, not > > in private companies trying to make more money. People?reading science > > do not need silly ads continually distracting and?nagging them. Google > > and Bing are ill suited to host science ?newsgroups, not just > > advertisement, but because of three major?flaws: (1) search engine > > bombing (2) fake names allowed (3) no limit of posts per day. When you > > have those three evils, the signal to noise ratio is off the charts. > > In the old days, before May 2012 where Google?had author-search, you > > could follow an author. Now that Google no?longer keeps an author > > archive the newsgroups are nothing more than ?chat rooms. Google, > > metaphorically used to be the PBS of Usenet and now they want to > > become the mind-rot of CBS, NBC, ABC for Usenet. > > > > Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple and fair author- > > archiving of AP sci.math posts since May 2012 as seen here: > > > > http://mathforum.org/kb/profile.jspa?userID=499986 > > > > Archimedes Plutonium > > http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium > > whole entire Universe is just one big atom > > where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies
If we had a pulsar as near as Jupiter we wouldn't exist.