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a kugelblitz is what u do with it.gravity working on her reverse splitif stars fly to dieand massive weight makes us crycould it be the end or re-supply?********^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^**********———————————-***********^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^********
In theoretical physics, a kugelblitz is a concentration of energy so intense that it creates an event horizon, a boundary in space-time where the massive gravitational pull lets nothing escape, not even information. A black hole results.
Theories predict that if enough energy (light, heat, etc.) is aimed into a region, the concentration of energy can warp space-time enough for the region to become a black hole. This differs from typical black holes in that it would be the result of an incredibly large amount of energy, not an ungodly amount of matter or the implosion of a dying star.
The amount of energy required to create a kugelblitz could result in one of the hottest temperatures in the universe. View Larger

a kugelblitz is what u do with it.
gravity working on her reverse split
if stars fly to die
and massive weight makes us cry
could it be the end 
or re-supply?

********^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^**********———————————-***********^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^********

In theoretical physics, a kugelblitz is a concentration of energy so intense that it creates an event horizon, a boundary in space-time where the massive gravitational pull lets nothing escape, not even information. A black hole results.

Theories predict that if enough energy (light, heat, etc.) is aimed into a region, the concentration of energy can warp space-time enough for the region to become a black hole. This differs from typical black holes in that it would be the result of an incredibly large amount of energy, not an ungodly amount of matter or the implosion of a dying star.

The amount of energy required to create a kugelblitz could result in one of the hottest temperatures in the universe.


wayworld:

New Scientist 29 January 1981

#weirdwednesday
It is estimated that a map of all the synaptic connections within just a cubic millimeter of human brain tissue could fill a petabyte of storage. In roughly informational terms,1 petabyte = 13.3 years of HDTV contentor 58,292 moviesor roughly 20 million four-drawer filing cabinets full of text

Paying prices for devices that will not suffice usdo u rememberbefore false contenders our own fabrics wove these tactics timely magic for the trends…when our own chips radiate with malfunctionwho cashes in on the destruction…world bursting new & open, or is it always broken?it’s pieced by fingers owned by the unspoken View Larger

wayworld:

New Scientist 29 January 1981

#weirdwednesday


It is estimated that a map of all the synaptic connections within just a cubic millimeter of human brain tissue could fill a 
petabyte of storage. 
In roughly informational terms,
1 petabyte =
 13.3 years of HDTV content
or 58,292 movies
or roughly 20 million four-drawer filing cabinets full of text


Paying prices for devices
that will not suffice us
do u remember
before false contenders
our own fabrics wove these tactics 
timely magic for the trends…
when our own chips radiate
with malfunction
who cashes in on the destruction…
world bursting new & open, or is it always broken?
it’s pieced by fingers
owned by the unspoken


F*** THE NEWS: TODAY French scientists have revived a giant virus that had been locked in the Siberian permafrost for more than 30,000 years, a breakthrough that may server as a warning that long-dormant, possibly harmful pathogens in frozen soil could be revived by Arctic drilling and global warming.  
The study’s lead author said the discovery proves “that we could eventually resurrect active infectious viruses from different periods…It has important implications for public-health risks in connection with exploiting mineral or energy resources in Arctic Circle regions that are becoming more and more accessible through global warming,”

F*** THE NEWS: TODAY
French scientists have revived a giant virus that had been locked in the Siberian permafrost for more than 30,000 years, a breakthrough that may server as a warning that long-dormant, possibly harmful pathogens in frozen soil could be revived by Arctic drilling and global warming.  

The study’s lead author said the discovery proves “that we could eventually resurrect active infectious viruses from different periods…It has important implications for public-health risks in connection with exploiting mineral or energy resources in Arctic Circle regions that are becoming more and more accessible through global warming,”