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Offline Rowan

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Hyper Novae and Gamma Ray Bursts
« on: 11/04/2005 07:39:31 »
In the light of the Gama ray bursts I see the situation differently than most. the gama ray burst in what I have seen seems to always shine or is directed twoard us like a flash light but I thin it happens like a spiked ball shining in a multitude of directions in random order, but not in 1 or 2 directions. in space, all sides are equal in ratio on all sides so in theory I would think that, in the colapse, the the ray bursts could be seen from many a different of angle mabe the form is like or common to a starburst pattern seen from any point in a 360 x 360 x 360 area. what causes them I would think is the condensing of lead and iron wich are emitting charged plasma wich is commuted by pressure and is expelled as a gamma radation burst.

well thats all I have and I hope you can find some use from this.


 

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Re: Hyper Novae and Gamma Ray Bursts
« Reply #1 on: 11/04/2005 08:01:53 »
Sounds interesting but I'll have to unzip it first. That's some compressed writing. Ever heard of white-space in texts? Much easier on the eyes.

Aren't gamma ray bursters supposed to be caused by black holes, with some people contending they are 'just' fusing neutron stars? (Yilmaz et al)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamma_ray_burster
 

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Re: Hyper Novae and Gamma Ray Bursts
« Reply #2 on: 12/04/2005 01:02:19 »
I thought what it was was when a black hole was forming at the middle of a dieng star. When the star dies out completley it lets out the gamma ray burst out of its poles, this is called the Birth cry of a black hole or sometimes the Belch of a black hole
 

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Re: Hyper Novae and Gamma Ray Bursts
« Reply #3 on: 12/04/2005 07:21:42 »
We interrupt this topic for an important newsflash: :)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,1456594,00.html

 

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