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Online Thesis - Elements

06/02/2014 5:21 PM

Thesis : The 2 elements , hydrogen and oxygen , alone , comprise the sun .

The weight of an orbiting body of pure water corresponds perfectly , mathematically , with the only anchor heavy enough to hold all of the planets in check .

By measuring the centre of the sun's disk at sunset or sunrise , it's size can be determined .

The only combinations of elements combined which are massive enough to act as the anchor of the solar system , and together can combine and create electricity , are Hydrogen and Oxygen .

At 10 pounds per Imperial Gallon , water , not an element , but a combination of two elements , completes the mass equation of orbiting bodies .

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06/02/2014 5:41 PM

Do you call 70% H and 27% He and 1% O water?

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06/02/2014 5:42 PM

All of this after 2 bottles of Thunderbird?

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06/02/2014 6:01 PM

Is this thesis for creative writing, or just plain fiction?

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06/02/2014 6:03 PM

I think it is a Troll Thesis.

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06/02/2014 6:34 PM

I knew BC had good pot........

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06/02/2014 7:09 PM

I don't think this is correct.

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06/02/2014 7:19 PM

Our new friend has made other "contributions" today, as well.

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06/05/2014 1:58 PM

Mass determines gravity . On Earth , gravity is 748 watts . Assume , first that all elements have been identified , and all molecular weights recorded . According to conventional Newtonian Physics at least according to scientists who assume the sun to be a nuclear equation , it is comprised of 2 elements , hydrogen and helium .

No combinations of these two elements can account for the sun's mass .

The sun's mass , however , measured using the molecular equation H 2 O , water , is an exact mathematical match .

Assume that there are no new , undiscovered elements . Assume , as I have , that all elements so far identified here on earth are represented in the celestial body .

Using molecular weight ( mass ) to calculate gravity , begin with the chemical equation for water , 2 molecules of hydrogen , and 1 of oxygen .

Water weighs 10 pounds per Imperial Gallon . In it's gasseus state , it does not .

In it's gasseus state , water is a flammable mixture of 2 volatile gasses , hydrogen and oxygen . Rocket fuel .

To measure the weight ( mass ) of the sun , the disc must be measured , at it's extremities , and a diameter allocated .

Introduce , now , the presupposition that what you are after is a total molecular weight , and use 10 pounds per gallon , for the whole sphere .

Using the molecular weight of the 2 elements hydrogen and oxygen , exclusively , arrive at a mathematical equation to obtain the mass of the solar sphere .

Use this mass equation in a formula , the spherical volume formula .

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06/05/2014 3:09 PM

Well, your first statement's assumption is flat out wrong for the Sun.

Early stars were primarily hydrogen and helium, but subsequent stars that formed after the first generation of stars contained other elements (metallicity) that gave rise to heavier elements for planetary formation. Our Sun is about 70% hydrogen, 28% helium and 2% heavier elements.

As far as your mass for our Sun calculation goes, let's see some scholarly data to support your claim. H2O is 66% hydrogen and 33% oxygen.

Obviously, our Sun's spectral output does not match that concoction even remotely.

So what are you actually trying to pull here?

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06/05/2014 5:16 PM

"On Earth , gravity is 748 watts" - OK, that's flat-out bollocks, but never mind for now.

Has it ever occurred to you that the Sun (or any other chunk of stuff) could be made up of a combination of some low mass things + some more massive things, rather than every component part having the same mass? Duh.

Nine 1g bits plus one 10g bit has the same mass as ten 2g bits, or six 1g bits and two 7g bits for example. Double-duh!

Then how about if you squish ten 1g bits into the space occupied by five un-squished 2g bits? Triple-duh!

You're missing so much in your assumptions - go away and think again!

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06/05/2014 5:31 PM

You might want to read his other posts. I don't think that there is as much cerebral mass missing from his cranium as he would like us to believe.

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06/05/2014 5:38 PM

So much rubbish there - I knew I was wasting my time. Just couldn't help myself!

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06/07/2014 2:46 PM

I think Mr. Steele is having us on.

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06/07/2014 10:13 AM

as entertaining as any , eh?

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