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Posted by Hank Kroll on November 15, 2008, 6:09 pm
Consider yourself lucky!
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar predicted while a very young man in the
1930s that there was a limiting mass for white dwarf stars: no white
dwarf could be stable against gravitational collapse if it exceeded
this mass, which is about 1.41.5 solar masses depending on detailed
composition of the white dwarf. The idea was not very well received by
many established astronomers, who considered it absurd that a white
dwarf could have a limiting mass.

Much later Chandrasekhars brilliant idea was completely accepted
within the astrophysics community and he eventually won a Nobel Prize
for his deep theoretical contributions to astrophysics. Today all
textbooks on stars describe the Chandrasekhar Limiting Mass for white
dwarfs as central to the structure of white dwarfs.

We currently are traveling toward Sirius A and little Sirius B at 7.5
kilometers per second. It orbits Sirius A at 20 Earth distances (20AU)
every 54 years. Its orbit is quite elliptical so from time to time it
gets close enough to sucks material off from Sirius A. This is a
generally accepted as fact by the astronomical community due to Sirius
Bs tremendous gravity and close proximity to Sirius A.

At 1.5 solar masses and 8.5 light years distant Sirius B is quite
close in size to the Chandrasekhar limit. If it were to suddenly take
on enough additional mass from Sirius A we can forget all about our
wordily problems as Sirius B would suddenly go neutron. That would be
an event several orders of magnitude above going postal.

The Earth takes in 40,000 tons of material from space each year. How
many tons per years does the Sun take in? To discover the answer you
would multiply the number of Earth surface areas on the Sun times
40,000 tons. It is a big number. Could it be that the incoming
material to the sun is keeping it burning hotter? Is the incoming
material prolonging the life of our Sun? Yes and yes.

Sirius B being 1.4 to 1.5 solar masses is producing about 100 times
more invisible ultraviolet light than our sun in the 350 to 400
nanometer range conducive to plant growth. Dropping a few metric tons
of material in there would cause a burst of light several hundred
times more intense than the output of our Sun. According to mainstream
science when you drop a marshmallow into a neutron star it puts out
the equivalent energy of both atomic bombs America dropped on Japan.

Tell the globalists to cool it with regard to exterminating human
populations and re-wilding the Earth. Mother Nature will do the job
for them anyway. A good sized solar flare could wipe out most of the
population on Earth.

Every 27-million years 60% to 90% of all life on the planet is wiped
out. David Rupp and Jack Septowski of the University of Chicago
cataloged all major extinctions dating back hundreds of million of
years to discover that they occur in regular cycles every 27-million

Their theory is that there is some kind of black body that enters our
solar system disrupting the Oort cloud and asteroid belt sending
meteorites in to kill us.

Another explanation is that a great pulse comes out of the center of
the Galaxy at regular intervals every 27-million years. We have no
idea of what a precarious situation we are in and the fact that we are
alive and surviving under such circumstances is a miracle. Due to our
unique situation regarding how life was nurtured by invisible light
from multiple star systems and the extreme chances of a similar
circumstance happening by chance it makes the possibility of
intelligent life on other planets very remote indeed---especially big
busted women.

Beside all of the above threats to our existence on Earth, Betelgeuse,
a 1000 solar mass star is sitting there between us and Orion waiting
to blow and rearrange this part of the galaxy. If such an event were
to occur humans and animals would have to go underground to survive
the burst of radiation.

My book: COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES describes the birthplace of our sun in
Orion and its capture by the Sirius multiple star system that took
Earth out of a billion-year Ice Age. The intense light from Sirius B
is the only thing in the area that could possibly have pierced early
Earths 1000+PSI, atmosphere to get life started. We dont know how
lucky we areand who is to say somebody didnt arrange it and is
watching over us?
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