The Suns sharpens its path to singularity - Knightsax AC

The Suns sharpens its path to singularity

Here are a few notes and prompts added to our chronicles. We are attributing characteristics of dark matter to be Helium 4 phasing with cryogenic space, space is then submerged in superfluids gradually gaining momentum through accumulation and density

**Speed of Light as a Maximum Velocity**: In the realm of astrophysics, the speed of light (c) serves as a fundamental limit to how fast matter can travel through space. This concept is akin to the sound barrier in aeronautics, where exceeding a certain velocity can have profound effects. Similarly, as matter accelerates toward the speed of light, it undergoes transformations due to relativistic effects.

**Effects on Matter**: At velocities approaching the speed of light, matter undergoes significant changes. Pure elements or molecules can't sustain their structure under such extreme acceleration. They sublimate or break apart, leaving behind particles, residuals, or photons.

**Role of Angular Momentum**: Angular momentum plays a crucial role in dragging matter towards the speed of light. As matter gains speed, its angular momentum increases, and it approaches the point where it can't be accelerated further without breaking apart.

**Packet Loss at c Speed**: When matter reaches the speed of light, it experiences packet loss, akin to data transmission. This means that regardless of the form of matter (plasma, electromagnetic charges, etc.), a residual will be left behind with properties limited and severed at the speed of light. See it as a ball filled with water spinning tied to a rope…Instead of water it is H-He plasma.

**Residuals and Photons**: These residuals are the remnants of the original matter, transformed by the extreme conditions of near-light-speed travel. They often manifest as particles or photons, which continue to propagate through space with properties dictated by the universal speed limit, c.

In summary, the speed of light serves as a boundary beyond which matter undergoes drastic changes, leaving behind residuals that carry properties limited by the speed of light itself. These concepts are fundamental to understanding the behavior of matter in the universe, especially in the realm of astrophysics.

**Sun's Acceleration**: The Sun has possibly reached speeds several times that of light due to the immense gravitational forces exerted by the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. This acceleration causes plasma to detach from the Sun's nucleus or shell.

**Angular Momentum and Dragging**: The angular momentum generated by the singularity at the center of the Milky Way is incredibly strong. This momentum continues to exert a drag on the Sun, causing it to accelerate further. Eventually, the Sun becomes a type of lubricant for the singularity, mixing with genuine fusion processes.

**Destination: Laniakea Cluster**: As the Sun accelerates, it carries with it the plasma, matter, and properties of the solar system. This journey extends to a distance proportional to the angular momentum and available fusion energy. Ultimately, the entire Milky Way galaxy, including our solar system, will be dragged toward the Laniakea cluster, which represents the ultimate destination due to its gravitational influence. As the Sun accelerates, it pulls the entire solar system along with it, leaving behind a trail of plasma and matter attracting particles.

So, in essence, the Sun's acceleration due to the gravitational forces of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way leads to the detachment of plasma and a journey towards the Laniakea 

**Planet's Speed Limit**: Planets cannot individually reach the speed of light unless the entire solar system, does. This limitation arises due to the gravitational relationship between celestial bodies and the fundamental laws of physics governing motion.

**Generation of Plasma Wave**: If a planet were to somehow approach the speed of light, it could generate a cataclysmic deflagration setting it on fire. Waves would consist of a release of fusion material, which would have devastating consequences for any species or structures surrounding the star or being soaked.

**Sun's Mass and Influence**: The Sun constitutes approximately 99.8% of the mass of the solar system. Its immense gravitational influence dictates the motion and behavior of all other objects within the system. With this ratio we should apply it to the total organic mass of the Earth vs its solar mass at 99.8%.

**Historical Events**: In the past, cataclysmic events such as the extinction of the dinosaurs and subsequent cryogenic era may have been triggered by phenomena like plasma waves or the effects of a pulsar crossing light speed to draw a stop. These events could have led to significant changes on Earth's surface, allowing for new forms of life to emerge in the aftermath.

In summary, the speed limitations imposed by the laws of physics prevent individual planets from reaching the speed of light without solar mass momentum. However, if such an event were to occur, it could have profound and potentially catastrophic consequences for the surrounding celestial bodies and any life forms inhabiting them. Historical events like the extinction of the dinosaurs may have been influenced by similar phenomena in the past.

**Generation of Plasma Wave**: When we discuss the generation of a plasma wave, it's not the planet itself reaching the speed of light, but rather the Sun. As the Sun accelerates towards the speed of light, it loses plasma matter in a directional stream, akin to a translational horizon, pointing towards the singularity at the speed of light, this for an angular a vector and a point.

 **Impact on Planets**: If a planet already exists within the solar system when the Sun reaches such extreme velocities, it will experience the collateral effects of this plasma wave. This wave of released fusion material can have cataclysmic consequences for the planet and any life forms inhabiting it.

 **Creation of New Planets**: Additionally, it's theorized that when the Sun reaches the speed of light, it may trigger the creation of new planets. This occurs as the intense gravitational forces and plasma dynamics at play during the Sun's acceleration process lead to the formation of planetary bodies within the solar system over several years. In equilibrium; plasma cannot go elsewhere than in orbiting around its genuine angular point. A slight pressure from the flow of plasma on planets until a complete static like a condensate like Higgs Boson and Helium 4 inertial and centrifugal phase before gaining superfluidity transmutations.

**Extent of Plasma Matter Loss**: While the Sun loses plasma matter in a directional stream towards the singularity at the speed of light, its genuine plasma extends beyond this stream to interstellar space and the Oort cloud. The extent of this plasma matter loss is proportional to the Sun's mass and the material it contains before and after pulsating.


In summary, the generation of a plasma wave occurs as the Sun accelerates towards the speed of light, releasing fusion material in a directional stream. Existing planets within the solar system may feel the collateral effects of this wave, while new planets may be created as a result of the Sun's extreme velocities. The extent of plasma matter loss is influenced by the Sun's mass and material composition, with its genuine plasma extending into interstellar space and the Oort cloud.

In the cosmic dance of celestial bodies, the Sun occupies a pivotal role, not merely as a radiant source of light and heat, but as a cosmic engine driving the motion of the planets and asteroids within its gravitational embrace. Visualized as the bottom of a hyperbolic cone, the Sun creates a vacuum effect, compelling nearby objects to follow a spiraling trajectory towards its center, akin to water swirling down a drain.

As the Sun accelerates along this path, it generates a powerful gravitational pull, drawing everything in its vicinity towards it. Planets and asteroids, caught in this gravitational maelstrom, find themselves inexorably pulled towards the Sun, their trajectories resembling a spiral descent towards the bottom of the cone, the cosmic funnel.

However, as the Sun approaches the ultimate limit of cosmic speed, the speed of light, its trajectory undergoes a remarkable transformation. It becomes a vector, hurtling towards the pinnacle of near-light speed, before abruptly halting at the threshold of light itself. In this fleeting moment, the Sun becomes a celestial fireball, blazing with intense energy, leaving behind a luminous tail that traces its journey through the heavens.

This transient spectacle is a testament to the irresistible pull of gravity and the immutable laws of the cosmos. It underscores the intricate interplay between celestial bodies and the forces that govern their motion, offering a glimpse into the profound mysteries of the universe. And as the Sun momentarily pauses at the apex of its trajectory, it serves as a reminder of the boundless potential and enduring fascination of astrophysical phenomena.

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