Up, Up, & Away, to Super-Planck Powers, in My Kinetic Cmbr Filled Balloons!

Up, Up, & Away, to Super-Planck Powers, in My Kinetic Cmbr Filled Balloons!

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I hope the reader will enjoy this book as much as I enjoyed writing it. By now, the reader of my related books has some ideas, perhaps even new ones not disclosed in this book, for how Super-Planck Power generation may be achieved in principle. The subject of this book comes from the child in my temperament that has since pre-school age, always enjoyed Independence Day fireworks celebrations. I and my siblings would always flock to neighborhood yards to watch private fireworks displays in the days before each July 4 in the rural northern Connecticut town of Enfield I once lived with the rest of my large family while my father was stationed at the U.S. Navy's Nuclear Power Training Unit that was in operation in an adjacent town. If it caught fire or exploded, I was fascinated with it. Now, as a mature adult, my inner child has been sublimated to focus on more practical and useful purposes for explosive reactions. And why should this not be the case. After all, where it not for the huge space-time-energy explosion of the Big Bang, I would not exist to have been here to write this book and you would not be here to read it. The point is, great good comes out of naturally occurring violence in the cosmos. The greatest good is the evolution of sentient personal life forms. As I have completed this book, my mood is so "Up, Up, & Away, To Super-Planck Powers, In My Kinetic CMBR Filled Balloons!." This book is just a glimpse of what our cosmically deep future time descendants may be able to accomplish. Even if for some reason, nature always forbids local Super-Planck Power generation, probing the theoretical mechanisms by how such might otherwise be accomplished can provide for a deeper understanding and respect for the rules and laws of the cosmos. In this book, I explain the thermodynamic kinematics of the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR) inflation pressure required to hold open huge spherical shells composed of mainly nuclear fusionable materials. The specific context for the balloon topologies is the modeling of the requirements for the achievement of super-Planck Powers via simultaneous detonation of unit cells comprising the spherical shells. Methods for precisely timing the detonation of the unit cells are considered but without violating the light speed limits according to Special Relativity. Additionally, other forms of fuels for balloon composition are considered such as matter-antimatter fuels, exotic QCD fuels having super-fusion yields, and nuclear isomers. Also in the book, whimsical conjectures are provided as suggestions regarding fundamental cosmological ramifications based on the results of spheres modeled to have the mass and radius of the baryonic content of the observable universe. Additionally, I consider possibilities for center of mass frame collisions of hollow spheres of substantially identical mass, thickness, and radius at velocities very close to that of light for which one sphere is made of Standard Model baryonic matter and the other sphere is made of mirror matter analogues. Upon spatial enmeshment of two colliding spheres, the mirror matter sphere is assumed to be immediately converted to Standard Model matter by a cellular distribution of clock and change mechanisms by differential volumetric element over the mirror matter sphere composition.show more

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  • Paperback | 108 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 6.6mm | 340.19g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1507575424
  • 9781507575420