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Posted by Bruce on March 4, 2001 21:00:02 UTC

I don't know why I downloaded this but here is some main points from 12.1 Redbourne's book.
"1) Black holes have the capability of rebuilding energy by dissocuating helium back into hydrogen for burning in stars. This cycle is infinitely repeatable, and all that is needed for universe immortality.
2) All matter particles were made more or less as is in the beginning, whatever that was. This is posited because neutrons cannot be rebuilt. Therefore heavy atoms have always been. There is only very limited manipulation of nuclear reactions available.
3) There is no need to find a nuclear fusion process that creates heavier atoms, in order to keep stars burning, nor to explain the existence of heavier atoms.
12.2 "Less dense materials fall faster".
Quote "...The average acceleration of gravity force on a light body is greater than the average acceleration of gravity force on a denser body."
Prediction: It would be found then, that the weight of denser bodies is not as heavy as one would expect compared to lighter bodies.
Prediction: A ton of feathers in a cohesive ball will not fall a quickly as a single feather. This is because of the progressive shading thru the mass even tho density is the same."

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