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Sunday, October 19, 2014

Supernova Helium Model Defies Gravity Cosmology by a Hydrogen Mass Transfer to a Smaller Rapidly Changing Binary Companion Star Type




Gravity star theory models are disproven by the Kavli Foundation by showing that the transfer of ALL hydrogen gas to the lesser mass binary companion star, leaves behind a low mass helium star that supernovas. Logically, this is done by a phase change of what became pure helium gas into a cold He3 and He4 superfluid core, that was not possible when the star contained all it's hydrogen. Superfluid helium is already proven to mathematically analog black holes in physics laboratories.

A four solar mass superfluid helium star supernovas, after the formerly more massive star unexplainably transfers over a long period of time, most of it's mass in the form of hydrogen to the smaller binary companion star. This is astrochemistry and phase changes of matter, and not gravity. The findings provide strong evidence for a superfluid helium supernova, which is not another hydrogen model for gravity theories that say more massive stars burn hydrogen quickly and then explode when they run out of it.

Here is the complete and original news story by the Kavli Foundation:
 


 The Abel supernova is seen producing a stream of stars that are forming inside an evaporating gaseous globule filament on the outer bubble surface of the supernova remnant. The animation below shows an evaporating gaseous globule filament streaming protostellar cores in a Birkeland current filament. The phase change into a star occurs under strong electric and magnetic fields, near 10 degrees kelvin. This indicates a star is formed when a hydrogen superfluid core forms.
 



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Type II SUPERCONDUCTORS constrain the magnetic field in FILAMENTS surrounded by vortex currents.
Superfluid helium is a type II superconductor that carries angular momentum by electric currents in quantized vortices