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Standard Model[edit source]

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The Book of Atom.

 My whole life, space seemed like such a scary place with such extremes, in everything, radiation, black holes, neutron stars, quasars, the violence of the early universe, seemed relentless. It was by chance bombarding comets filled our oceans, by chance our moon had collided with earth given earth a certain amount of tilt and reducing its spin. Thus, making it possible for the seasons, allowing life to flourish. Three mass extinctions, our star dying, going supernova, taking out our solar system. Then after all this, the universe being in darkness as the last remaining stars slowly run out of fuel.
  Broke out in a cold sweat. Maybe I’ve had PTSD longer than I realize. In researching trying to figure out how the moon got there and the life cycle of our sun. Watching YouTube, I realized the orbits of the suns around the center of our galaxy looked like a perfect atomic atom. Atomic Atoms like our sun.  Everything seemed to fall into place.
  Inside a massive Fission Sun (Betelgeuse) at its core is a perfect Atomic Mass/ Magnetar / Blackhole “Quantum Hole” when there are no more “Newtons” and the center nucleus is filled, two to four single Atomic Atoms (like our sun) act like bullets, punching through the core, taking a snapshot of the Sun going supernova. Breaking the light speed barrier. (Big Bang) Our Galactic center is an Atomic Mass with a single Fusion star (Atomic Atom) a quasar, a white dwarf / black dwarf as our sun. Our solar system is of cookie cutter design. There is no doubt life is abundant throughout the universe. In the Milky Way there’s three more solar planetary masses identical to our solar system. Of course, nature happens. Pulsars, collisions and such.
 List of fused and separated elements that form our rocky earths and huge gas giants. 1 Magnesium 2 Silicon 3 Iron 4 Neon 5 Oxygen 6 Helium 7 Hydrogen 8 Carbon
  Therefore, a Blackhole is an unstable Atomic Atom without a “Newton”, so are the binary pairs seen throughout the galaxies. A Pulsar is a Magnetar, is a two or four arm galaxy (bi-polar) And the moon is made of fused neon and nickel our moon is there by natures design. Please name Betelgeuse’s’ newly born galaxy “Eastern Star Galaxy” when it comes to light that I am right.

09/05/2022 James Paul Stanley Jr Infinitys.end@yahoo 2600:8801:9A03:DCD0:59CA:1EE9:4A8:9480 (discuss) 23:53, 8 September 2022 (UTC)[reply]