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    Fig1 Supernovae that exceed Oppenheimer limit (forming of black hole) gestate new universes.


    Fig2 The topology among universe and multiverse are probably similar to galaxies.

    The above figures were from the 28th International Astronomical Union General Assembly in Beijing.

    “Galactic Alignment”, also in the same meaning “One Course Similar to gestating new universe” imply one kind of fundamental event——supernovae in Mayan words.

    Fig3 On-spot Photography of One of Mayan Observatory


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    What does "galactic" alignment mean and why would it relate to supernovae? And what on earth has it got to do with the Mayans?


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    Moving to pseudo and removing the spam link in his signature.
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    What exactly is this thread about?
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    I think this one of those "Hey man, like we're Mayans eh, and you white devils came over here and screwed us out of the universe, which we actually own, so like you owe us reperations eh, or at least a twelve pack of Miller High Life, eh", kind of threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    What does "galactic" alignment mean and why would it relate to supernovae?
    The figures are quite a little bit abstract exactly.

    The essence of Big Bang is supernova.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh View Post
    The essence of Big Bang is supernova.
    You do realise that the big bang has nothing in common with any sort of explosion?

    And what does "galactic alignment" mean? And how is it relevant?

    And what do Mayans have to do with it? I hope you are not promoting some sort of "2012 end of the world" idiocy.
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    The event horizon expand.

    Galactic alignment relevant to topology.

    We are not talking about solution here.
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    One last try and then I will give up trying to make any sense of this...

    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh View Post
    The event horizon expand.
    What event horizon? What causes it to expand?

    Galactic alignment relevant to topology.
    What does "galactic alignment" mean? Topology of what?

    We are not talking about solution here.
    I have no idea what we are talking about. Could you explain?


    What have supernovae have to do with any of this?

    What have the Mayans got to do with any of it?
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    Sevsnth, I am interested in what you want say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh View Post
    The essence of Big Bang is supernova.
    This is one of those, "If it weren't for my horse, I wouldn't have spent that year in college" comments.
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    Big Bang really occurred in a supernova event.

    The mass are not necessarily very very large, but Oppenheimer limit is enough.
    Once supernova exceeded this limit, event horizon would form and boundary for observer and space would create.

    The essence of expanding universe is the expanding of event horizon.

    In this sense, the Big Bang started in a course that mass accumulated. There is nearly no infinitely great in nature, as well as in the case of the assumption of infinite density Big Bang singularity.

    The following figures may be capable of accounting for something.




    Figure Supernovae that exceed Oppenheimer limit (forming of black hole) gestate new universes.

    The above figures were from the 28th International Astronomical Union General Assembly in Beijing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh View Post
    Big Bang really occurred in a supernova event.
    No it didn't. It has nothing in common with a supernova. What evidence do you have for this claim?

    The following figures may be capable of accounting for something.
    Except they are illegible and so there is not much point posting them. It looks like they might be written in Chinese and a European language. But apart from that...

    Also, you already have a thread for this idea (which should be on it's way to Trash after this). Why didn't you provide this more detailed explanation there?
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    Seventh, you already have your own thread. Please don't pollute other people's threads with your stuff. It is not polite. I have moved you other posts here. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
    This is one of those, "If it weren't for my horse, I wouldn't have spent that year in college" comments.
    How is the horse now? Any success leading it to water?
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