How are Stars Created?

Currently Accepted Star Formation Eplanation

The current theory for star formation has been around now for many decades. It goes something like this. A nebula or giant cloud of hydrogen gas collapses due to its own gravity. In the current theory of star formation we start with a cloud of material that is mostly composed of hydrogen, a little helium, and small amounts of some other simple elements. Something forces a portion of the cloud to clump slightly. This is where the theory becomes very fuzzy. There is no real understanding of how or why the gas cloud condenses.

What is important to remember is that gas clouds are composed of mostly single isolated elements of hydrogen gas. This is at the atomic and subatomic level and at that level electromagnetism dominates. So at this level the static electric force between two charged bodies is given by Coulomb’s law, which says that the force between two point charges is proportional to the product of the charges and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. So in the case of hydrogen atoms we have identical positive charges which means there is a strong repulsive force in-between hydrogen gas particles.


On the other hand at this same level the gravitational force between two particles is given by Newton’s law of gravity, which says that the force between two point masses is proportional to the product of the masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.

Since we have a situation where the repulsive electrostatic force and gravitational force laws are both inverse square laws, we can compute the ratio of the forces between two bodies. After the computation is complete for the proton, the gravitational force is 39 orders of magnitude weaker than the repulsive electrical force.

This means that there must be something seriously wrong with the current star formation theory. There is no way for hydrogen gas clouds to condense to the point where stars can form. Our current theory does not make sense. Some how the weaker gravitational force has to overcome the much stronger repulsive electrical force.


The most sensible way for gravity to overcome this discrepancy is to increase the gravitational field strength in the area of the hydrogen gas cloud. This can be easily done with the use of a powerful gravitational source such as a spinning neutron star.


The Super Relativity Solution that Explains Star Formation

In my theory I propose that at the time of the Big Bang the Cosmic Egg that exploded was made of a massive amount of neutronium. When the Big Bang happened two types of objects were expelled as a result of the Big Bang. The primary element that was released was a giant rapidly expanding plasma cloud made of neutron gas. The other type of object that was released were trillions of neutronium spheres of various sizes. This means that the Cosmic Egg did not simply go from being a densely packed gigantic sphere of neutronium into a cloud of neutron gas. The Big Bang model I propose can be used to completely explain the Universe we see today. It makes perfect sense that Black Holes and the Cosmic Egg are made of neutronium because neutrons can be packed much closer together than protons. Neutrons total charge is neutral so there is no repulsive force in-between them to keep them apart.


Neutrons are the perfect material to be used to start our Universe because isolated neutrons floating within space will decay into a proton with an electron in just 15 minutes time. This is perfect. How serendipitous this is. To me this proves that there is an intelligent designer. This means that in just 15 minutes after the Big Bang the Universe will have transformed from neutrons into an enormous amount of star building material in the form of hydrogen gas. As the Universe and the gas expands outward so does all of the neutronium spheres or as I like to call them neutronium seeds. Over a great deal of time the various sized neutronium seeds will gather the hydrogen to create the first stars. The larger neutronium seeds will be in the form of Black Holes and they will gather the smaller neutronium seeds around them. This gathering process will result in the formation of galaxies. All of this takes a great deal of time to happen.

The Actual Star Formation Model

The theory of Super Relativity predicts that all stars have at their core rapidly spinning neutronium spheres. The spinning spheres gravitationally drag the space around them and this causes the hydrogen gas to form a rotating atmosphere around each and every star. The evidence that I have compiled in my book clearly points to the neutronium core model as the most likely explanation for star formation. The large gravitational mass will attract the hydrogen to the neutron seed. As the hydrogen collects it will build up in pressure near the core and eventually the fusion process will begin when the hydrogen density and pressure become high enough. The intense gravity coming from the solid core of neutronium also secures the star’s atmosphere after it ignites. If there was no neutronium core as soon as the star started fusing hydrogen it would blow apart. Clearly, that does not happen.

The evidence that comes from astronomers supports the neutronium core theory. What astronomers have discovered is that when stars die and go supernova either a neutron star or black hole is what is left behind after the explosion. My theory simply states that the neutron star or black hole was not created by the Supernova explosion. The neutron star or black hole was already there, inside the star before the Supernova.

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