The HOB Outer World, Summer 2020 –
A Star Systems!
Star, an introduction.
– Birth takes place inside hydrogen-based dust clouds called nebulae. Over the course of thousands of years, gravity causes pockets of dense matter inside the nebula to collapse under their own weight. One of these contracting masses of gas, known as a protostar, represents a star’s nascent phase. Because the dust in the nebulae obscures them, protostars can be difficult for astronomers to detect… continue here,…
seven, in Heaven. “there are seven main types of stars. In order of decreasing temperature, O, B, A, F, G, K, and M. This is known as the Morgan–Keenan (MK) system. The majority of all stars in our galaxy and even the Universe are main-sequence stars.”
Types, (extraordinary classification).
Some 70 percent of all stars in the universe are tiny red dwarfs, so faint and dim and seemingly humdrum the casual observer might think stellar physics suffers from a lack of imagination…//…But the “average star” belies the true breadth and sheer weirdness of the universe’s stellar catalogue. Stars in the universe range from extraordinary hypergiants to stars so small they look more like gas giant planets than burning balls of hydrogen. Some stars move so fast they may leave their galaxies entirely, while theoretical stars may exist that stretch the boundaries of known physics… here
The biggest stars make the lowest, deepest sounds, like tubas and double basses. Small stars have high-pitched voices, like celestial flutes. These virtuosos don’t just play one “note” at a time, either — our own Sun has thousands of different sound waves bouncing around inside it at any given moment…read here ,… data to sound here,…. listen here,… understand here,…
Most Stars are found within Galaxy’s. Ours, “the Milkyway Galaxy” is no expetion, review;
The Milky Way is the galaxy that contains our Solar System, with the name describing the galaxy’s appearance from Earth: a hazy band of light seen in the night sky formed from stars that cannot be individually distinguished by the naked eye.
Radius: 52,850 light years
Age: 13.51 billion years
Stars: 250 billion ± 150 billion
Sun’s Galactic rotation period: 240 Myr
Sun’s distance to Galactic Center: 25.6–27.1 kly (7.86–8.32 kpc)
Escape velocity at Sun’s position: 550 km/s
Spiral pattern rotation period: 220–360 Myr
Our Star, the Sun is classified as a G2 V star, with G2 standing for the second hottest stars of the yellow G class—of surface temperature about 5,800 kelvins (K)—and the V representing a main sequence, or dwarf, star, the typical star for this temperature class… here,…
DATE OF DISCOVERY
Known by the Ancients
Systems of Stars
– Difficult not to ask, what do we have to do with Stars. We understand the role our star the sun plays for our life, if not existence, but what the stars tells us about life, humanity and the universe. The stars have been observed, antiques sculpture shows, for millennium, literally lightning up the cosmos. which makes you think, what was the consciousness of Antique Civilization with regards to the Sun, and the Stars, so much, that no human today truly measure the power of a star which light takes only 7 minute to reach Earth. can we say that the ‘modern world’ have a realistic understanding of the Sun capacity, of course not, that is a sign that we had to live with this power over our heads for Millenia, so what really change. –
Karel: Whatever you mention, its history began in outer space. Take salt. What we usually mean by salt is kitchen salt. It has two chemicals, sodium and chloride. Where did they come from? They were formed inside stars that exploded billions of years ago and at some point found their way onto the Earth. Stellar explosions are still going on today in the galaxy, so some of the chlorine we’re eating in salt was made only recently.
You study pathology, Iris. Is physical malfunction part of the cosmic order?
Iris: Absolutely. There are healthy processes, such as growth, for which we need cell division. Then there are processes when things go wrong. We age because we lose the balance between cell deaths and regeneration. That’s what we see in the mirror when we age over time. That’s also what we see when diseases develop, such as cancers. Cancer is basically a mistake in the DNA, and because of that the whole system can be derailed. Aging and cancer are actually very similar processes. They both originate in the fact that there’s a loss of balance between regeneration and cell loss…, continue here,…
The states of Ours!
What ever your attention is onto at this time, if it is not on Your Star, the Sun, you need a rerouting, and an urgent one with this. The state of Your Star is a knowledge you can choose to ignore, as all ignorant do, according to Your believes and practices you may have keep your innocence of it, but in no way you will be exempt from enduring Our local Star effect and affect on Earth and Life. And this paper comes as a reminder, a reminder that the Human Being of Earth is not so slowly loosing its Universal innocence. The HOB attempt to compile the news of the new Sun, and everything from Health to Crops comes at a time total disruption. which in time will be acknowledged, and likely, the consideration that Our Star the Sun have something to do with it all will be reminded in good terms.
– Base consciousness, an informative Senses basic network of receptors and emitters deprived of intentions, perfectly engineered for this 3 dimensional reality, from this to what we perceive as consciousness today, can be compare to how far you are from hole 12 when you start a golf course, but answers are coming in, and now with this virtual network, we have increase our cognitive capacity by 100 folds, without noticing it, think about the change that are oncoming, when these changing will be noticeable, what reaction individuals will have? what experience each of us will go through?
// It should be noted that the paradigm of UV-induced immunosuppression has changed over the last decades. While immunosuppression in Dr. Kripke’s work was reached by chronic irradiation, later on it was proved that a single high irradiation (above the erythema dose) was also capable of producing the same effect. Regardless of the form of irradiation involved, some of the papers mentioned in Table 1 refer to the source of irradiation as a “low-dose UV” [46, 51, 53–55] that can promote immunosuppression even under the MED. Consequently, the concept of UV dose causing immune suppression was then correlated to human exposures to sunlight, alerting about exposures even below the minimal erythema dose. Indeed, many works have demonstrated that immunosuppressive doses of UV radiation in humans are effectively below the MED. Wolf et al. published that the dose capable of producing 50% of the inhibition of CHS response to DNCB during sensitization phase ranged between 0.63 and 0.79 MED . It is worth noticing that a major effect of sunlight on human health, as reviewed, is UV-induced immunosuppression, which is presented as having both a positive and a negative effect on human health/ continue here,…
// – Magnetoreception, the perception of the geomagnetic field, is a sensory modality well-established across all major groups of vertebrates and some invertebrates, but its presence in humans has been tested rarely, yielding inconclusive results. We report here a strong, specific human brain response to ecologically-relevant rotations of Earth-strength magnetic fields. Following geomagnetic stimulation, a drop in amplitude of electroencephalography (EEG) alpha-oscillations (8–13 Hz) occurred in a repeatable manner. Termed alpha-event-related desynchronization (alpha-ERD), such a response has been associated previously with sensory and cognitive processing of external stimuli including vision, auditory and somatosensory cues. Alpha-ERD in response to the geomagnetic field was triggered only by horizontal rotations when the static vertical magnetic field was directed downwards, as it is in the Northern Hemisphere; no brain responses were elicited by the same horizontal rotations when the static vertical component was directed upwards. This implicates a biological response tuned to the ecology of the local human population, rather than a generic physical effect. Biophysical tests showed that the neural response was sensitive to static components of the magnetic field. This rules out all forms of electrical induction (including artifacts from the electrodes) which are determined solely on dynamic components of the field. The neural response was also sensitive to the polarity of the magnetic field. This rules out free-radical “quantum compass” mechanisms like the cryptochrome hypothesis, which can detect only axial alignment. Ferromagnetism remains a viable biophysical mechanism for sensory transduction and provides a basis to start the behavioral exploration of human magnetoreception – //… read more here,… here
The HOB Outer World, Summer 2020 –
A Star Systems!