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    hi all pls can anyone can tell me what a black hole and white hole is ??
    is it condensed space matter or they are both the 2 faces of the same medal, that can be melted itogether n their original state os spacematter??
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    Dagg, in the thread "time travellers could be here in weeks" wrote:

    (P.S, Heres the website where i got all this fun info! http://cosmology.berkeley.edu/Educat...q.html#top#top it's a little blackhole research, look at the what is a wormhole bit)

    I thought it had some interesting information.


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    ok..!
    so ..1) does spacetime has any "static" gravity force like a normal mass ??
    2) watch this 1 !!! http://www.matter-antimatter.com/comets.htm
    i like it very much.. comets are made of antimatter.. so they have gravitational repulsion with matter...but where do they come from, supposing that antimatter is just in the other arm of the galaxy ??..
    each arm is generated by a superbig black hole in the center of galaxy..1 of matter 1 of antimatter..ahhh now i remember...
    they would repulse but they are linked by a einstein rosen bridge..

    so i dont trust in wormholes but in space time engineering, yes..
    no superluminal speed , just trasporting the space where your vehicle is !!

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    comets are made of antimatter.. so they have gravitational repulsion with matter
    This is why - when they enter the Earth's atmosphere, leave allone the surface - explode. I do not know how the dudes on this website get that idea but if something the size of a small car made out of antimatter the BOOOOMM would be so enourmous........you know, ye olden equation E=mc^2.
    Imagine the possiblities. Go catch a comet and the energy woes here are OVER. Btw..... there is evidence that comets are made out of matter as is anything else in this solar system. Otherwise we would have had a spectacular light show when the impactor from NASA actually hit this comet 2 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twaaannnggg
    comets are made of antimatter.. so they have gravitational repulsion with matter
    This is why - when they enter the Earth's atmosphere, leave allone the surface - explode. I do not know how the dudes on this website get that idea but if something the size of a small car made out of antimatter the BOOOOMM would be so enourmous........you know, ye olden equation E=mc^2.
    Imagine the possiblities. Go catch a comet and the energy woes here are OVER. Btw..... there is evidence that comets are made out of matter as is anything else in this solar system. Otherwise we would have had a spectacular light show when the impactor from NASA actually hit this comet 2 years ago.
    they say that the light of comets is done by that chance..
    any idea about the ^2 of mc^2 formula.. having anything to do for having an absolute value from negative and positive speed of light ??
    ;P my mind knowing system is like a puzzle sorry!!
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    E=mc^2 read: E equals emmm times seee squared

    So the lights emmanating from comets is caused by the reaction of matter and antimatter?? Interesting. Heard of Tunguska. Check it out at Wikki. Nothing to do with antimatter, just Newtons laws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twaaannnggg
    E=mc^2 read: E equals emmm times seee squared

    So the lights emmanating from comets is caused by the reaction of matter and antimatter?? Interesting. Heard of Tunguska. Check it out at Wikki. Nothing to do with antimatter, just Newtons laws.
    yes !! reaction of the comet with the 1 atom of H in squared meter of deep space..! but matter and antimatter repulse each other...
    so to have a collision u need a perfect collimation and enough speed for the bullet.

    tunguska was an experiment with teslawaves as i know
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    tunguska was an experiment with teslawaves as i know
    Define teslawaves.
    Who conducted this experiment?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twaaannnggg
    tunguska was an experiment with teslawaves as i know
    Define teslawaves.
    Who conducted this experiment?
    supposed to be..= gravity wave= longitudinal electromagnetic= when u use a cross antenna ( it was told the signale anihilate each other) ..
    insted too much people say that it doesnt and create a beam superluminal also!!

    who was?? the vatican maybe !
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    Where did you learn physics, N+?
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    hi all pls can anyone can tell me what a black hole and white hole is ??
    is it condensed space matter or they are both the 2 faces of the same medal, that can be melted itogether n their original state os spacematter??
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    The original idea probably stems from *Einstein-Rosen Bridge* if you care to google.

    Science Fiction picked this up giving Worm holes meaning. Black holes through Worm holes expelled matter (in or out of the Universe) via White Holes. Some are trying to further these ideas, but Worm and White Holes have pretty much been tabled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    but matter and antimatter repulse each other...
    No, they don't. The gravitational attraction between matter and antimatter is the same as between matter and matter.
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    So then the "Deep Impact" mission to Temple1 basically caused an ,atter-antimatter anihililation? How come the spectroscopic measurement did not show any telltale signs when the copper impactor the size of a fridge actually hit Temple 1?
    And when I follow your logic the "Starddust" mission to comet Wild 2 will return signs of antimatter (or the leftovers from the anihilation) back to earth.
    As will the fly-by through the trail of Hartley 2 yield definite proof that the comets are made out of anti-matter?

    Oh, and let's not forget that li'l Giotto mission flown by the ESA where the probe basically passed through the dust trail [actually comets have two trails, one made of gas and always pointing straight away from the sun and the dust trail which is way fainter but basically shows the trajectory of the comet. How the hell doe it do that when it's composed of anitmatter?. The dust trail should react with the solar wind and light-up like a flashlight] and the instruments just recorded impact by sand-sized grains of ............hmmmmmm....looks like matter.

    Oh, I forgot! The Vatican, CIA, KGB, MOssad, Knight Templars as well as The Men in Black and Illuminati cover it up. Darn!! What a shame!
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    why a comet would be visible at millions km of distance ??
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    its not my opinion !!


    " The discovery that comets are sources of antimatter is as significant as man's discovery and use of fire thousands of years ago. The discovery is based decades of research published in thousands of scientific articles on the internet. ...

    The presentation was made at the April 2002 joint meeting of American Physical Society and American Astronomical Society in Albuquerque, New Mexico "

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    i thought anti-matter was still only real in THEORY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    why a comet would be visible at millions km of distance ??
    The coma can be as large as the Sun and the tail from tens of millions to over a 100 million kilometers long. They are visible through both reflected sunlight and some gas ionization(the source of light in neon lights.).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janus
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    why a comet would be visible at millions km of distance ??
    The coma can be as large as the Sun and the tail from tens of millions to over a 100 million kilometers long. They are visible through both reflected sunlight and some gas ionization(the source of light in neon lights.).
    the only friction that a comet meets is the 1 Hydorgen molecule or atom per cubed meter.. just.. is that enough to produce all the resulting effects ??
    or.. do you want to suppose there is any other kind of friction in vacuum ?? like for light speed maybe..!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrowlingDog
    i thought anti-matter was still only real in THEORY.
    Anti matter is completely verified. You can have positron sources the same as you can electron sources (i used one yesturday :P).

    The most obvious place you see antimater and matter interacting is pair production and enialation.
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    @N+

    Ignoring facts does not make them go away. There's no - and now repeat after me: none, no, kein, nix, nada - shred of evidence that comets are made of antimatter. But if you insist....can you explain how they have survived so long in close vincinity to a average G class star that is shedding millions of tons of it's own matter - this is called solar wind - every day. The reaction between the solar wind as well as all the other matter whizzing around within the reaches of the solar system would leave a slim chance that any antimatter survived for more than 4 billion years. Oh...and btw. The concentration of one H2 atom per cubic meter might be true for intergalactic space, in the Saggitarius arm of our galaxy (this is where we're at) is way above this value.

    Oh, and there's still my question from my other post: how do you explain the fact that all the missions to comets did not show any data corroborating your claim?
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    why do they would tell to all terrorists of this planet ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
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    why a comet would be visible at millions km of distance ??
    The coma can be as large as the Sun and the tail from tens of millions to over a 100 million kilometers long. They are visible through both reflected sunlight and some gas ionization(the source of light in neon lights.).
    the only friction that a comet meets is the 1 Hydorgen molecule or atom per cubed meter.. just.. is that enough to produce all the resulting effects ??
    or.. do you want to suppose there is any other kind of friction in vacuum ?? like for light speed maybe..!!
    The actual density of the solar wind is closer to 6 atoms per cc or 6,000,000 atoms per cubic meter. It is also moving at a low end speed of 200 km/sec.

    200,000 X 6,000,000 = 1.2e12 atoms of solar wind pass through a 1 m² cross section per second!

    Considering a coma the size of the Sun (radius 695000 km) this means a given atom can travel some 1390000 km in order to pass through the coma. It's no wonder that there are enough colisions between the gases in the coma and the sloar wind to produce a tail. And at relative collision speeds of 200 km/sec, there is more than enough energy in those collisions to produce ionization.

    Besides that, the majority of the light you see from a comet is just reflected sunlight.

    As far as comets as antimatter goes, not only is there no evidence for it, there is plenty of evidence against it.

    Considering again the solar wind. given a typical comet nucleus so 5 km in radius, we get a cross section of 78,539,816 m². If 1.2e12 atoms pass a 1m cross section per second, then 9.4e19 atoms would strike the surface of the nucleus per second. That is the equivalent of 1.48 e-7 kg per second. If the nucleus were made of antimatter these atoms would anihilate 1.48e-7 kg.sec of the nucleus' mass releasing 2.664e10 joules of energy per sec. The equivalent of 6.37 kilotons of TNT. IOW, it is the same as exploding a Hiroshima sized nuclear bomb every two seconds! On a body that is only 10 km across! Never mind how the nucleus would even hold together under these conditions, but the comet would be spraying tons of hard radiation. No comet has ever produced radiation like this.

    Your terrorist remark can't be meant to be taken seroiusly, can it? Any terrorist organization with the resouces to launch a spacecraft, have it meet-up with a comet, safely collect and store anti-matter, then return it to Earth and recover it, would be powerful enough to have the world at its knees without the anti-matter.
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    According to The New York Times article, antimatter comets are colliding with stars throughout the Universe and are the source of gamma-ray bursts that scientists have been studying for 40 years.

    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1996AIPC..384..744D

    NASA's SOHO website, http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov shows movies of antimatter sungrazer comets colliding with the Sun and producing enormous solar explosions. The National Geographic magazine, July 2004 issue, discusses the solar burst that are equivalent to billions of megatons of TNT. When Earth passes through these enormous solar storms, communication satellites have been damaged and electrical power on Earth Disrupted. According to The New York Times June 21, 2003, article by Dennis Overbye, "antimatter comets are colliding with the stars throughout the Universe and are the source of gamma-ray bursts that scientists have been studying for over 40 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrowlingDog
    i thought anti-matter was still only real in THEORY.
    i dont know really much..
    but this machine
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positro...ion_tomography
    is working from some time
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    Quote Originally Posted by GrowlingDog
    i thought anti-matter was still only real in THEORY.
    i dont know really much..
    but this machine
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positro...ion_tomography
    is working from some time
    Yea, i think i was thinking of Dark matter.
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    dark matter or dark energy..
    i cant tell my opinion cause i would be banned from here..
    i just can tell that.. it doesnt exist a fixed aeteric space.. just a material vacuum space..i mean that outside the universe there is nothing..not only vacuum..
    this space or spacetime is like a gas in a box.. so it can have different density in different zones... different space density means different time density.. some big brain yet demonstrated that vacuum space is made of material so it is also matter and energy.
    some says that u can engineer it and augmentate or diminuish spacetime density (or polarization or similar) in a zone , there not only the electronic watch but also the penulum will slow down or accelerate, and so all the phisics formulas that has T in them.
    it has many to do with gravity too
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    According to The New York Times article, antimatter comets are colliding with stars throughout the Universe and are the source of gamma-ray bursts that scientists have been studying for 40 years.

    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1996AIPC..384..744D
    This is a link to an abstract title written some 12 yrs ago. In other words, 12 years ago, this one person thought he could explain GRBs by comet- antimatter collisions in the oort cloud. (no mention of Sun-antimatter collisions, and the abstract itself is not available.)

    In that time we have learned a lot more about GRB's and how their sources. Long term GRBs are well explained and no accepted theory on short term GRBs involve any mention of anti-matter comets.
    NASA's SOHO website, http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov shows movies of antimatter sungrazer comets colliding with the Sun and producing enormous solar explosions.
    I see videos of comets hitting the Sun. There are videos of coronal ejections. There is a video of a sun grazing comet and a coronal ejection (though the coronal ejection occurs before the comet and thus they're not related. I saw one video that showed two comets hitting followed by some type of ejection from the Sun, but this video was un-captioned so there was no explanation as to the what the connection might be between the two

    The National Geographic magazine, July 2004 issue, discusses the solar burst that are equivalent to billions of megatons of TNT.
    Yes CMEs can be very energetic so? This does mean they are produced by anti-matter explosions. In fact, the evidence is against it. Such a collision would be localized to a very small point of thr Sun, while CMEs are produced over large area of the Surface.

    When Earth passes through these enormous solar storms, communication satellites have been damaged and electrical power on Earth Disrupted. According to The New York Times June 21, 2003, article by Dennis Overbye, "antimatter comets are colliding with the stars throughout the Universe and are the source of gamma-ray bursts that scientists have been studying for over 40 years.
    Dennis Overbye is only a scince editor, not a qualified scientist himself. If he wrote such an article, he based it on erroneous or severly outdated information.


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    i can say that if antimatter repulsed from matter, the comet of antimatter must have a very fast spin to stay in regular orbit with a matter star..


    now i have a doubt.. does antimatter really exist ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    i can say that if antimatter repulsed from matter, the comet of antimatter must have a very fast spin to stay in regular orbit with a matter star..
    Anti-matter is not replused by matter.
    The assumptions that antimatter would repel matter and that comets are anti-matter would result in comet trajectories vastly different than those we see comets travel.
    A comet's (or for that matter, any other body's) spin has no effect on its orbit

    now i have a doubt.. does antimatter really exist ??
    Minute quanities of anti-matter have been produced artificially.
    Positrons (anti-electrons) are naturally produced during the decay of some radioactive isotopes in a process known as +beta decay.
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    [/quote]A comet's (or for that matter, any other body's) spin has no effect on its orbit
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    imagine a ball spinning on a table but with no speed, so drifting...
    when it would be released it would gain speed in the direction of spin..

    so i think it should be for astronomical objects with a kind of gravitational friction, so even if there is not immediate contact !! so if earth is rotating counterclockwise around sun, but spinning clockwise, we expect it will slow down his rotation around a sun.. as if there was contact..

    and not only.. we expect that it wil ciclically invert his spinning for that reason...
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    i can say that if antimatter repulsed from matter, the comet of antimatter must have a very fast spin to stay in regular orbit with a matter star..
    Where do you get this idea from??


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    now i have a doubt.. does antimatter really exist ??
    There is NO EVIDENCE. Can you spell the the little two-letter word N-O????????????? Jesusfrigginchristridinonachainsaw................ ....

    Your assumptions are based on basically nothing. Do you care to read any posts except your own?? I mean Janus and I try to tell you
    a.) A lot of your assumptions are basically not corroborated by any data
    b.) there's no evidence for your "conclusions"

    Repeat after me:
    There is no evidence that there was ever any major accumulation of antimatter (except in some particle accelearator - I guess it was CERN where they produces several atoms of anti-hydrogen made out of positrons and anti-protons. Please note the somewhat improtant word SEVERAL) any place in this galaxy or any time after several microseconds into BB.

    Yes, anti matter exists. No, comets are made out of ordinary matter.
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    A comet's (or for that matter, any other body's) spin has no effect on its orbit

    imagine a ball spinning on a table but with no speed, so drifting...
    when it would be released it would gain speed in the direction of spin..

    so i think it should be for astronomical objects with a kind of gravitational friction, so even if there is not immediate contact !! so if earth is rotating counterclockwise around sun, but spinning clockwise, we expect it will slow down his rotation around a sun.. as if there was contact..

    and not only.. we expect that it wil ciclically invert his spinning for that reason...
    Placing a ball on a table with gravity pulling it down is not very effective in trying to prove that the spin effects it. If you spin something, say how a bullet spins whenever it's fired from a gun, that would be very fast, yes, but on the large scale, the Earth is rotating like that ball, but it's in a vaccuum and with the sun's gravity effecting it. The results would most likely be different.
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    the spin doesn't affect the orbit but the orbital speed..so if i would stop earth's rotation with a magic device, the speed would decrease.. and so the velocity vector would turn to more internal aiming point..

    i imagine it is exactly as a ball that moves on a surface spinning instead of drifting..

    this is just my opinion of non student , just amateur of many arguments !! i don't want to reprogram anybody !
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    Is it just me or are these bedroom physicists always so intimidating? He misunderstood some physics principles, which is not easy to understand. He isnt trying to kill sombody? Im new to this forum, and so far most of the posts ive read are responded with a arrogant aggressive attitude. Its not difficult to be civil. You arent a superior race of intellectuals who are going to surpass the masses of inferior lesser beings. Your just a guy whos read a few textbooks. Chill out eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by N+
    the spin doesn't affect the orbit but the orbital speed..so if i would stop earth's rotation with a magic device, the speed would decrease.. and so the velocity vector would turn to more internal aiming point..
    Ifyou were to stop the Earth's rotation in such a matter one of two things could happen. Which one, would depend upon whether the magic device also removed the angular momentum due to Earth's rotation. If it did, then nothing would happen to the Earth's orbital speed.
    If it didn't, then this angular momentum would be transfered to the Earth's orbit, the Earth would gain orbital speed and go into an orbit with a higher average distance from the Sun and different eccentricity.
    In no case will it lose orbital velocity.

    i imagine it is exactly as a ball that moves on a surface spinning instead of drifting..
    You imagine wrong.
    Besides, even you assumed it, and the idea that Anti-matter repels matter to be correct for the sake of argument, you still wouldn't get anti-matter comets to follow the trajectories we see them travel.

    Under these conditions an antimatter comet would follow a path that curves away the Sun. The slower the comet's speed, the more curved the path will be. If a Comet's rotation effected its speed, then a faster spin would mean a flatter curve. The limit will be a straight line. No matter how fast the comet spun, it would never curve towards the Sun (and spinning in the opposite direction would cause the curve away from the Sun to become greater.



    this is just my opinion of non student , just amateur of many arguments !! i don't want to reprogram anybody !
    Then my suggestion is to do a lot less "imagining how you think things are", and lot more listening to others when they tell you how things really are.
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    I'm not a student either. I want to learn though. I'm open to all opinions and I reserve my own as well. I think a lot and come up with ideas for odd things too. Like the little topic I have in this category about faster space travel. Heh.
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