Flight along cosmic strings

So far the only scientifically proven the possibility of interstellar travel is the acceleration of the spacecraft up to relativistic speeds (punctures and convolution space still remain purely speculative projects). The ship may abandon astronauts in suspended animation for a dozen or even a hundred light years and return them to Earth. But because of the relativistic slowing of Board time on earth will pass away not even the century and Millennium — and it is somehow not pleasing. In addition to other galaxies to get to, there’s no cryostasis will not help. But it is possible that the output is still there.

For 15 years Professor of theoretical physics at Imperial College London, Joao Magueijo develops the hypothesis of variable speed of light (Varying Speed of Light, VSL). However, he minded very little, since most scientists believe this idea is pure nonsense. But we are talking about science impossible, so will try to temper my skepticism.

VSL-models calculated in several ways. They all say that measured on Earth the speed of light in a vacuum is not an absolute constant, and only the lower limit of the speed of propagation of electromagnetic waves. In certain (frankly, vesimaailma) conditions may be many times 299 792 km/s. Continue reading

Solar system, its model and structure

The universe (cosmos) is a whole world around us, limitless in time and space and infinitely diverse in forms, which takes forever moving matter. The eternity of the Universe in part you can imagine on a clear night with billions of different size luminous shimmering dots in the sky, representing the distant worlds. Rays of light at a speed of 300 000 km/s from the most remote parts of the Universe reach the Earth about 10 billion years.

According to scientists, the universe resulting from Big Bang 17 billion years ago.

It consists of clusters of stars, planets, cosmic dust and other cosmic bodies. These bodies form a system of planets with satellites (for example. Solar system), galaxies, Metagalaxy (accumulation of galaxies).

Galaxy (postdegree. galaktikos – milk, milky, from the Greek gala – milk) — a vast stellar system that consists of many stars, star clusters and associations, gaseous and dust nebulae, as well as individual atoms and particles scattered in space. Continue reading

Spielberg note

We live on a tiny planet with a single moon, orbiting a yellow star with multiple less than friendly stones nearby, and even less welcoming gaseous balls a bit further, which was named after any mythical deities. Appreciating them and realizing how lucky we are to live in our system, we too, can explore other possible crazy scenarios about how different could be our Solar system.

Exploring the more remote regions of the cosmos, we desperately attempt to find other star systems that could accommodate an enjoyable life worlds. Appreciating them and realizing how lucky we are to live in our system, we too, can explore other possible crazy scenarios about how different could be our Solar system. Modern Directors note. What…

…if Mars lost its magnetic field

Once Mars was a promising atmosphere, when it was warm, wet and full of carbon dioxide. It disappeared,when the Red planet lost its magnetic field is about 3.6 billion years ago, allowing the Sun to carry out with impunity by the solar wind atmosphere. Continue reading

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