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PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 9:15 am    Post subject: cosmic abundance of elements in Big Bang versus Atom Totality Re: Reply with quote

Easier yet, if the Big Bang were true, then the creation of the
elements would match cross sections of nucleosynthesis where it is
easier to make a atom of beryllium than a atom of carbon. So in
supernova, beryllium would be abundantly made. But according to
observations there is much more carbon than beryllium:
--- quoting ACTA ---
Atoms/10^6 Si
1 hydrogen H 2.79 x 10^10
2 helium He 2.72 x 10^9
3 lithium Li 57.1
4 beryllium Be 0.73
5 boron B 21.2
6 carbon C 1.01 x 10^7
--- end quoting ---

If the Big Bang were true then a list of abundances should be mostly a
straightforward direct decrease in numbers. Lithium above should be
about 2 x 10^8 instead of a mere 57.1.

In an Atom Totality, the numbers above form a pattern where there are
spikes and sharp declines. Where every atom is created to uphold a
pattern. Where some atoms are extremely rare such as technetium and
promethium. If it were a Uranium Atom Totality instead of Plutonium
Atom Totality, then Nb and Pr would be extremely rare and 43 and 61 not
rare.

The creation of atoms in a Big Bang are haphazard and chaotic. In an
Atom Totatlity it is all interrelated and fits an orderly pattern.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:56 pm    Post subject: abundance of thorium and uranium is explained by Atom Totality and Big Bang fails Re: Reply with quote

a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
--- quoting in parts Sources: Anders and Ebihara, 1982 Solar-system
abundances of the


Atoms/10^6 Si
1 hydrogen H 2.79 x 10^10
2 helium He 2.72 x 10^9
3 lithium Li 57.1
4 beryllium Be 0.73
5 boron B 21.2
6 carbon C 1.01 x 10^7
7 nitrogen N 3.13 x 10^6
8 oxygen O 2.38 x 10^7
9 fluorine F 843
10 neon Ne 3.44 x 10^6
11 sodium Na 5.74 x 10^4
12 magnesium Mg 1.074 x 10^6
13 aluminum Al 8.49 x 10^4
14 silicon Si 1.00 x 10^6
15 phosphorus P 1.04 x 10^4
16 sulfur S 5.15 x 10^5
17 chlorine Cl 5240
18 argon Ar 1.01 x 10^5
19 potassium K 3770
20 calcium Ca 6.11 x 10^4
21 scandium Sc 34.2
22 titanium Ti 2400
23 vanadium V 293
24 chromium Cr 1.35 x 10^4
25 manganese Mn 9550
26 iron Fe 9.00 x 10^5
27 cobalt Co 2250
28 nickel N 4.93 x 10^4
29 copper Cu 522
30 zinc Zn 1260
31 gallium Ga 37.8
32 germanium Ge 119
33 arsenic As 6.56
34 selenium Se 62.1
35 bromine Br 11.8
36 krypton Kr 45
37 rubidium Rb 7.09
38 strontium Sr 23.5
39 yttrium Y 4.64
40 zirconium Zr 11.4
41 niobium Nb 0.698
42 molybdenum Mo 2.55
43 technetium Tc
44 ruthenium Ru 1.86
45 rhodium Rh 0.344
46 palladium Pd 1.39
47 silver Ag 0.486
48 cadmium Cd 1.61
49 indium In 0.184
50 tin Sn 3.82
51 antimony Sb 0.309
52 tellurium Te 4.81
53 iodine I 0.90
54 xenon Xe 4.7
55 cesium Cs 0.372
56 barium Ba 4.49
57 lanthanum La 0.4460
58 cerium Ce 1.136
59 praseodymium Pr 0.1669
60 neodymium Nd 0.8279
61 promethium Pm
62 samarium Sm 0.2582
63 europium Eu 0.0973
64 gadolinium Gd 0.3300
65 terbium Tb 0.0603
66 dysprosium Dy 0.3942
67 holmium Ho 0.0889
68 erbium Er 0.2508
69 thulium Tm 0.0378
70 ytterbium Yb 0.2479
71 lutetium Lu 0.0367
72 hafnium Hf 0.154
73 tantalum Ta 0.0207
74 tungsten W 0.133
75 rhenium Re 0.0517
76 osmium Os 0.675
77 iridium Ir 0.661
78 platinum Pt 1.34
79 gold Au 0.187
80 mercury Hg 0.34
81 thallium TL 0.184
82 lead Pb 3.15
83 bismuth Bi 0.144
84 polonium Po
85 astatine At
86 radon Rn
87 francium Fr
88 radium Ra
89 actinium Ac
90 thorium Th 0.0335
91 protoactinium Pa
92 uranium U 0.0090
93 neptunium Np
94 plutonium Pu


Now an even more persuasive argument that torpedoes the Big Bang theory
and says the Atom Totality theory is the true and correct one is the
abundance of thorium and uranium in the cosmos.

Keep in mind how the Big Bang theory builds the elements. It does so by
means of supernova and distributes them evenly throughout the cosmos by
the supernova explosions. But supernova are rare and the Universe is
estimated to be only 8 to 20 billion years old. Given the rarity of
supernova could a Big Bang Universe create so much thorium and uranium
and then evenly distribute it throughout the cosmos? Obvious to anyone
that this could not be true.

The Atom Totality theory, on the other hand, builds the elements from
what Dirac called new-radioactivity which is uniform throughout the
cosmos. It is the reason that cosmic rays and cosmic gamma rays are
uniform throughout the cosmos. Uniform because the cosmos has a Nucleus
from which these items are created and shot out into the electron space
for which the galaxies are pieces of the electrons of the plutonium
atom totality.

So the Atom Totality can build more thorium and uranium and evenly
distribute them throughout the cosmos. The Big Bang can not do this.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:43 pm    Post subject: Re: the major significance of a Universal Conservation Law of Acid to Base Re: Reply with quote

On 8/7/06 19:37, in article
1152383862.288069.110820@m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com,
"a_plutonium@hotmail.com" <a_plutonium@hotmail.com> wrote:

Quote:
The inert gas wedged between the acids and the bases is the most
telling number. Because our sample of meteor is too biased in favor of
the acid.

But the above is accurate enough to tell us that the Big Bang theory is
a fake and that the Atom Totality is the truth.

It also equally tells us a great recipe for Beef Bourginon.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:37 pm    Post subject: Re: the major significance of a Universal Conservation Law of Acid to Base Re: Reply with quote

--- quoting in parts Sources: Anders and Ebihara, 1982 Solar-system
abundances of the
elements Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Vol. 46, pages 2363-2380.
The above table is the abundance compilation Anders and Grevesse, 1988,
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.

atomic number relative cosmic abundances of the elements
based on meteors and analysis of the Sun

Atoms/10^6 Si
1 hydrogen H 2.79 x 10^10
2 helium He 2.72 x 10^9
3 lithium Li 57.1
4 beryllium Be 0.73
5 boron B 21.2
6 carbon C 1.01 x 10^7
7 nitrogen N 3.13 x 10^6
8 oxygen O 2.38 x 10^7
9 fluorine F 843
10 neon Ne 3.44 x 10^6
11 sodium Na 5.74 x 10^4
12 magnesium Mg 1.074 x 10^6
13 aluminum Al 8.49 x 10^4
14 silicon Si 1.00 x 10^6
15 phosphorus P 1.04 x 10^4
16 sulfur S 5.15 x 10^5
17 chlorine Cl 5240
18 argon Ar 1.01 x 10^5
19 potassium K 3770
20 calcium Ca 6.11 x 10^4
21 scandium Sc 34.2
22 titanium Ti 2400
23 vanadium V 293
24 chromium Cr 1.35 x 10^4
25 manganese Mn 9550
26 iron Fe 9.00 x 10^5
27 cobalt Co 2250
28 nickel N 4.93 x 10^4
29 copper Cu 522
30 zinc Zn 1260
31 gallium Ga 37.8
32 germanium Ge 119
33 arsenic As 6.56
34 selenium Se 62.1
35 bromine Br 11.8
36 krypton Kr 45
37 rubidium Rb 7.09
38 strontium Sr 23.5
39 yttrium Y 4.64
40 zirconium Zr 11.4
41 niobium Nb 0.698
42 molybdenum Mo 2.55
43 technetium Tc
44 ruthenium Ru 1.86
45 rhodium Rh 0.344
46 palladium Pd 1.39
47 silver Ag 0.486
48 cadmium Cd 1.61
49 indium In 0.184
50 tin Sn 3.82
51 antimony Sb 0.309
52 tellurium Te 4.81
53 iodine I 0.90
54 xenon Xe 4.7
55 cesium Cs 0.372
56 barium Ba 4.49
57 lanthanum La 0.4460
58 cerium Ce 1.136
59 praseodymium Pr 0.1669
60 neodymium Nd 0.8279
61 promethium Pm
62 samarium Sm 0.2582
63 europium Eu 0.0973
64 gadolinium Gd 0.3300
65 terbium Tb 0.0603
66 dysprosium Dy 0.3942
67 holmium Ho 0.0889
68 erbium Er 0.2508
69 thulium Tm 0.0378
70 ytterbium Yb 0.2479
71 lutetium Lu 0.0367
72 hafnium Hf 0.154
73 tantalum Ta 0.0207
74 tungsten W 0.133
75 rhenium Re 0.0517
76 osmium Os 0.675
77 iridium Ir 0.661
78 platinum Pt 1.34
79 gold Au 0.187
80 mercury Hg 0.34
81 thallium TL 0.184
82 lead Pb 3.15
83 bismuth Bi 0.144
84 polonium Po
85 astatine At
86 radon Rn
87 francium Fr
88 radium Ra
89 actinium Ac
90 thorium Th 0.0335
91 protoactinium Pa
92 uranium U 0.0090
93 neptunium Np
94 plutonium Pu

--- quoting in part Sources: Anders and Ebihara, 1982 Solar-system
abundances of the
elements Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Vol. 46, pages 2363-2380.
The above table is the abundance compilation Anders and Grevesse, 1988,
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.

My memory is still very good for it was actually 1988.

But we need a comprehensive revision of this table about every decade
for it contains some of the very most valuable scientific evidence as
to whether the Cosmos is a Atom Totality or its opponent of the Big
Bang.

The above supports the Atom Totality theory.

When I posted the above to the Internet circa mid 1990s I was talking
about a Partition Function using my new theory of spring theory. Back
then I did not have a Universal Conservation Law of Acid to Base UCLAB
as I do now.

The above is so very crude for it relies (correct me if wrong) mostly
on the analysis of special types of meteors. But being crude, still, it
is the best we have available. I prefer some spectral analysis of stars
as a better gauge of cosmic abundance.

But let me show you how the above supports the Atom Totality theory and
not the Big Bang.

Notice the acids of 16 and 17 of sulfur and chlorine and compare to the
bases of 19 and 20 of potassium and calcium.

We have:
16 sulfur S 5.15 x 10^5
17 chlorine Cl 5240

18 argon Ar 1.01 x 10^5

19 potassium K 3770
20 calcium Ca 6.11 x 10^4

which is a very good match considering how very crude is this 1980s
compilation which is based on meteors. If it were very accurate, what
the Atom Totality theory predicts is that the abundance of S + Cl
virtually equals K + Ca.

But let us look at 8,9 and 11,12 where there is more accuracy in the
meteor based data.

We have:
8 oxygen O 2.38 x 10^7
9 fluorine F 843

10 neon Ne 3.44 x 10^6

11 sodium Na 5.74 x 10^4
12 magnesium Mg 1.074 x 10^6

The inert gas wedged between the acids and the bases is the most
telling number. Because our sample of meteor is too biased in favor of
the acid.

But the above is accurate enough to tell us that the Big Bang theory is
a fake and that the Atom Totality is the truth.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 7:01 am    Post subject: the major significance of a Universal Conservation Law of Acid to Base Re: Reply with quote

The major significance of this law, let me abbrevate it as UCLAB is
that it would open a window into the creation of the elements in the
Cosmos.

The vapid current notion is that a Big Bang occurred and created the
elements in a chaotic few seconds with no pattern and later on the
supernova would forge heavy elements and somehow (really gets goofy
here) the Cosmos evenly distributes those heavy elements such as say
iridium distributed evenly throughout the cosmos. Yet supernova are
rare.

The Atom Totality using the Dirac New-Radioactivities would say that
newly created elements occurr evenly distributed. In fact, shot from
the nucleus of the atom totality much like cosmic rays and gamma rays
emanating from the Nucleus of the Atom Totality. Think of it as
radioactive decay of the Cosmos itself.

Getting to the point of my message. UCLAB would attempt to answer why
technetium and promethium are so rare, because they fall in a close
line to the acidity of plutonium.

Would explain why the cosmic abundance of sodium is so evenly matched
by chlorine. In other words take the abundance of an alkali and mirror
reflect symmetry to a acid such as potassium 19 and bromine 35. So why
should the cosmic abundance of potassium and bromine be so identical?
Not in a Big Bang theory, but in an Atom Totality, the elements come
into existence in an orderly and patterned creation process. So that
when an atom of potassium is created via Dirac new-radioactivities in
one part of the Cosmos, in another part a fresh new atom of bromine is
created.

It is not coincidence that plutonium falls in the row that has iron,
#26. Iron is stable to both fission and fusion. If the Atom Totality
were uranium instead of plutonium, then the element stable to both
fission and fusion would not be iron but instead chromium #24.

What UCLAB implies is that the creation process of the atoms in the
Universe is ongoing and is patterned and is a reflection of the
symmetry of the Atom Totality.

It has been a long time since I saw a cosmic abundance of the chemical
elements. And a frustration in the 1990s over the fact that no-one
seems to update the abundance. I vaguely remember ACTA having a list
that was published in 1986 or thereabouts. So I would very much welcome
a latest update of the Cosmic abundance of chemical elements.

According to UCLAB, there should be a numerical pattern in the
abundance, where elements to the left of a line centered on plutonium
nearly equals the abundance of elements to the right of a line centered
on plutonium. For example, the abundance of the elements of column
containing O, S, Se, Te nearly match the abundance of elements of
column containing Be, Mg, Ca, Sr.

Anyway, in a Big Bang there should be no pattern to the abundance as
the explosion was haphazard and chaotic and there should be no uniform
distribution because supernova are not uniform. On the other hand, in
an Atom Totality there are patterns to the cosmic abundance of elements
and they are uniformily distributed throughout the cosmos.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 5:46 am    Post subject: definition of acid to base as per hydrogen Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

Lloyd Parker wrote:

Quote:

By itself it isn't. Hydride is a base, true, but you don't find hydride ions
naturally. The low electronegativity and ionization energy of H means it
would preferentially act as an acid.

Yes it has about the electronegativity of boron or carbon so would
appear to be acid according to that definition using electronegativity.

But what I am suggesting is that these are all definitions, suitable in
different circumstances. But that we probably do not have a precise
definition of acid to base.

We have no qualms about helium being neutral. So can we derive a
definition of acid and base which makes elemental hydrogen as neutral
along with helium.

So the definition of acid to base that uses pull in a proton or push
away a proton, the Bronsted-Lowry definition. So looking at elemental
hydrogen in terms of Bronsted-Lowry, since we pull in a proton we
simultaneously push away an electron. And since we push away a proton
we simultaneously pull in an electron.

So in the Bronsted-Lowry view of acid to base, one can say elemental
hydrogen is both acid and base since it works with both proton and
electron and overall neutral.

So in this sense, all of the elemental helium in the Cosmos and all the
elemental hydrogen in the Cosmos are overall neutral.

Perhaps the precise definition that chemists need to seek for that of
"acid" and "base" is when they define helium and the other inert gases
as neutral as well as encompassing elemental hydrogen as neutral. So
that the other definitions of acid to base which makes it look as
though elemental hydrogen is acidic are flawed definitions. Those
definitions may work for a specific experiment but for a universal
definition of acid and base those definitions are flawed.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 6:40 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

Lloyd Parker wrote:
Quote:
In article <1152123990.356898.199130@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com>,
a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
The essence of a Conservation of Acid-Base Law

The problem is, in nuclear reactions, this would be violated. Hydrogen is an
acid because it can accept electrons; helium is not.

Hydrogen is both base and acid. H+ and OH-.

Define it as giving up or losing a proton or an electron and thus it is
both acid and base.

So Helium is Cosmically neutral pH. And Hydrogen is cosmically neutral
pH.

So that leaves only the elements other than hydrogen and helium to
worry about. And all the compounds to worry about.

Simple Test: check out the spectral lines of stars as a means of
testing whether the star is overall pH neutral or whether it is overall
pH acid or pH base.

Perhaps someone can dream up a test of planets, to see if overall the
pH of Earth is neutral. Or even the Solar System or Galaxies as a
whole, whether the pH is overall neutral.

Of course, if the Conservation Law of Acid - Base is a true law, then
it is not exactly neutral, but matches the pH of plutonium, just as the
color of the Universe (as per Johns Hopkins scientists) was reported as
a off-white that matches the color of plutonium.

Anyone know what the pH of plutonium element is???

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 3:42 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

In article <1152211255.531033.192910@m79g2000cwm.googlegroups.com>,
a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:

Lloyd Parker wrote:
In article <1152123990.356898.199130@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com>,
a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
The essence of a Conservation of Acid-Base Law

The problem is, in nuclear reactions, this would be violated. Hydrogen is
an
acid because it can accept electrons; helium is not.

Hydrogen is both base and acid. H+ and OH-.

By itself it isn't. Hydride is a base, true, but you don't find hydride ions
naturally. The low electronegativity and ionization energy of H means it
would preferentially act as an acid.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 1:43 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

In article <1152123990.356898.199130@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com>,
a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
The essence of a Conservation of Acid-Base Law

The problem is, in nuclear reactions, this would be violated. Hydrogen is an
acid because it can accept electrons; helium is not.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 10:12 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

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From the same clutch probably

More likely to be from the same batch....



Hey, Jeff's special - he has a THEORY!


He certainly is special.....
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 7:34 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

In article <g7ednYd-48aejzHZRVnyvg@pipex.net>, T Wake
<Usenet.es7AT@gishpuppy.com> wrote:


Quote:


From the same clutch probably

More likely to be from the same batch....



Hey, Jeff's special - he has a THEORY!

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 7:24 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

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"Phineas T Puddleduck" <phineaspuddleduck@googlemail.com_NOSPAM> wrote in
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None of the above can be said about the Big Bang, but then again the
Big Bang is a falsehood. As well as singularities such as black-holes.
The Big Bang and black-holes are pseudo-science-- the stuff of science
fiction.

Are you still wittering on your plutonium nonsense? After all these
years? Hasn't a clue entered your skull yet?

It is made from the same material as Jeff's.... Maybe they are
related....
Sisters or something....


From the same clutch probably

More likely to be from the same batch....
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 6:58 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

In article <ve6dnRta7aHsljHZnZ2dnUVZ8s6dnZ2d@pipex.net>, T Wake
<Usenet.es7AT@gishpuppy.com> wrote:

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None of the above can be said about the Big Bang, but then again the
Big Bang is a falsehood. As well as singularities such as black-holes.
The Big Bang and black-holes are pseudo-science-- the stuff of science
fiction.

Are you still wittering on your plutonium nonsense? After all these
years? Hasn't a clue entered your skull yet?

It is made from the same material as Jeff's.... Maybe they are related....
Sisters or something....


From the same clutch probably

Quote:


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"Bullshit repeated to the limit of infinity asymptotically approaches
the odour of roses."
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Jaffa cakes. Sweet delicious orangey jaffa goodness, and an abject lesson why
parroting information from the web will not teach you cosmology.
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Official emperor of sci.physics, head mumbler of the "Cult of INSANE SCIENCE".
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TomGee proves his physics education is beyond measure...
"I don't know that much math." - 2 April 2006
"I don't claim to know what I'm talking about" - 10 May 2006
"There is no such thing as relativistic momentum" - July 2006
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"Puddlefuck tou are on my kill file. Good bye" - Vert admits he cannot
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 6:53 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

"Phineas T Puddleduck" <phineaspuddleduck@googlemail.com_NOSPAM> wrote in
message news:050720061935513151%phineaspuddleduck@googlemail.com_NOSPAM...
Quote:
In article <1152123990.356898.199130@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com>,
a_plutonium@hotmail.com> wrote:

None of the above can be said about the Big Bang, but then again the
Big Bang is a falsehood. As well as singularities such as black-holes.
The Big Bang and black-holes are pseudo-science-- the stuff of science
fiction.

Are you still wittering on your plutonium nonsense? After all these
years? Hasn't a clue entered your skull yet?

It is made from the same material as Jeff's.... Maybe they are related....
Sisters or something....
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 6:35 pm    Post subject: Re: cosmic abundance of elements is a patterned amount Re: Is there a Universal Law of Conservation of Acid and Base; relationship to Atom Totality Reply with quote

In article <1152123990.356898.199130@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com>,
<a_plutonium@hotmail.com> wrote:

Quote:
None of the above can be said about the Big Bang, but then again the
Big Bang is a falsehood. As well as singularities such as black-holes.
The Big Bang and black-holes are pseudo-science-- the stuff of science
fiction.

Are you still wittering on your plutonium nonsense? After all these
years? Hasn't a clue entered your skull yet?

--
Relf's Law? -+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
"Bullshit repeated to the limit of infinity asymptotically approaches
the odour of roses."
-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
Jaffa cakes. Sweet delicious orangey jaffa goodness, and an abject lesson why
parroting information from the web will not teach you cosmology.
-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
Official emperor of sci.physics, head mumbler of the "Cult of INSANE SCIENCE".
Please pay no attention to my butt poking forward, it is expanding.
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PWNER of Vert and TomGee since 2006
"I don't know that much math." - tomgee; 2 April 2006
"I don't claim to know what I'm talking about" - tomgee; 10 May 2006
PWNED
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"Puddlefuck tou are on my kill file. Good bye" - Vert admits he cannot
calculate \gamma for a photon and admits defeat - 2nd July 2006
PWNED
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