Fractalised String Lifeforms, Galaxies And Stars

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    Shiloh Za-Rah - Posted Nov 2nd 2011

    Fractalised String Lifeforms, Galaxies and Stars

    In Lake'ch - I am another yourself!

    Welcome to the abode of the mansion builders operating from a unified perspective. Those mansion builders are the Mayan Elders from the Castles of the Dragons.

    Every one of you is a mansion and in the process of being built in a cooperation of your tripartite construction of the superconscious, the subconscious and the conscious 'bodyforms' you choose to define yourselves in.
    There are an average of 62.5 Trillion cells in an average human body and the global human population will be near 7 billion in the Mayan nexus of 2012.
    Each human cellular 'unit of life' weighs about 1 nanogram for a mass of a trillionth of a terrestrial kilogram.

    There are thus about 437.5 billion trillion human cells in a global human populus of 7 billion inhabitants.
    The total human cellular biomass is so about 437.5 billion tons and does not include the 'alien' microbial lifeforms in all bodies, which on average multiply the cellular count by a factor of 20.

    The total inertia of a selfreferential universe-seed of multidimensional closure in gravitational spacetimematter curvature is about 7x1052 kilograms and a total which is reduced by a factor of about 35 as a 'baryon seed' of inertial and luminous matter.
    The ordinary matter of atoms and molecules, enabled to generate electromagnetic radiation is so about 3% of the totally gravitationally interacting mass content of the universe in its seedling cosmology.

    Aleister Crowley, a human exponent of the 20th century and seeking to understand his cosmic identity in a 'study' of the 'dark arts', claimed that:

    'Every Man and Woman is a Star!'

    'The Beast of the 666' was literally 'correct' in this statement; albeit his experiental understanding was 'short' on the scope of his gnosis.

    There are very small galaxies in the universe and there are very large ones. A similar statistical distribution refers to the stars themselves.
    There exist UCDGs=Ultra-Compact-Dwarf-Galaxies with a mass between 1 and 10% of an ordinary dwarf galaxy like the Small-Magellanic-Cloud (SMC) containing so 300 million stars.

    BCG=Brightest-Cluster-Galaxy are up to 100 times more massive than the Milky Way as a Giant-Galaxy (GG) of about 300 billion stars and a Large Galaxy (LG) like the Large-Magellanic-Cloud (LMC) containing so 30 billion stars. The statistical average for the Magellanic Clouds so is a Small Galaxy (SG), containing 3 billion stars.

    Summararily then, a sequence of galactic starscales can be geometrically arranged from the smallest and largest, differing as a statistical distribution by a factor of ten.

    Min:UCDG:DG:SG:LG:GG:BCG:Max=0.003:0.03:0.3:3:30:300:3000:30000 and in a measure of billions of stars.
    The geometric mean will then be the eight' root of the product as about 10 billion stars (9.487).

    The average star masses range from the mass required for nuclear fusion to occur at so 0.08 solar masses (2x1030 kg) as the Brown Dwarf limit and the most massive stars are rare but can reach 100 solar masses as an upper limit for stellar stability.
    The geometric average of √(0.08x100)~2.8 and describes a typical 'maximum stellar neutron core' in a very early epoch of the universe and at the time when the first 'protostars' or population III stars were born in the first million years following the Big Bang.

    Those protostars were di(n)eutron stars or ylemic vortex stars, which were defined as a function of their temperature only and independent on their inertia {Rylem=√(kT.Re3/G.mn2)}. In the later and cooler universe, the ylemic vortices transfomed their dineutronic radii to Jeans radii, characterising hydrogen cloud concentrations.

    The Chandrasekhar White Dwarf limit is 3x1030 kg and gives the mass of a star required to end its primary evolution as a supernova.
    There are two main types of supernovae.
    Type I is found in all galaxies, but has no hydrogen spectra; whilst type II supernovae have hydrogen spectra, but are not found in elliptical galaxies.

    Type I supernovae engage binary star systems, where hydrogen is 'leaked' (or two white dwarves merge) to a white dwarf companion until the Chandrasekhar limit is reached. As the white dwarf inertial matter is 'degenerate' with atomic scales between electrons and the nuclei 'collapsed', neutron stars can form as remnants of the supernovae.

    Type II supernovae are single stars, whose mass is in excess of 8 solar masses and the core collapse results in a feedback dynamics between inwards gravitational pressure and outwards radiation- and thermal pressure.

    The 'extreme' stars are so limited in about 3 solar masses as a maximised neutron star mass and defined in the geometric mean between the brown dwarf limit and the maxium star stability limit and as 2.8 solar masses.
    The factor of 35 now reduces this mass of 2.8 solar masses to 0.08 solar masses in the ratio of Maximum-Neutron-Star/Minimum-Star=560/16=35.

    This shows the closure of the 'neutron star' universe to be a fractal of the closure of the (Black Hole) 'total universe'.
    There are then 4.375x1023 'Idealised Brown Dwarves' in the 'closed' universe of mass 7x1052 kg and there are 1.25x1022 such Brown Dwarves in the 'open' universe of the baryon seed of 2x1051 kg.

    As so 4.375x1023 human cells comprise the population of the 'Gaian Universe'; it follows, that EVERY HUMAN CELL can be MAPPED as a STAR in the Closed Universe of Closure.

    'The Beast of the AC' so underestimated his cosmic awareness.
    Aleister Crowley should have said:

    'Every Man and every Woman contains all of the stars in the universe as a selfcreated entity!'

    The Size of the Universe is so 17 billion lightyears or 1.6x1026 meters in radial extent as the Hubble-Seedling.
    The Size of the universal building block is 1.6x10-23 meters as the 'string core' as a transformed and magnified Planck-Radius.

    The SUBATOMIC UNIVERSE is defined in a stellar core and a NUCLEAR CONFINEMENT zone, known as the classical electron radius, the latter having an extent of about 3 Fermi or 2.8x10-15 meters.
    Within this electronic radius, an 'inner mesonic radius' is defined at about 2.8x10-18 meters and this 'zone' defines the strong nuclear interaction, just as the 'outer leptonic radius' defines the weak nuclear interaction in conjunction with the string-core defined in neutrino couplings.

    The SubAtomic Universe of the Quantum String now maps the Classical Universe of Relativity and the Thermodynamics macroscopically.
    The ratio: Neutrino:Meson:Lepton=(1.6x10-23):(2.8x10-18):(2.8x10-15) becomes mapped as Star:Inner Solar System:Outer Solar System=(1.9x106):(3.4x1011):(3.4x1014)=Solar-Planetary-Crystal-Core:Asteroid Belt:Kuiper Belt.

    The radius of a brown dwarf is Jupiter sized at about 70,000 kilometers, differing again by the factor of 35 from the 'string-core' mapped as 1,900 kilometers and as say a solar radius of 700,000 kilometers 'fuelled' by a centre 40,000 kilometers across.
    This 'starry string center' then is extended in the radian measure relating a wavelength to a radius in the perimeter definition of 2π.
    The 'open string' closes of the wavelength 'curls' up upon itself in 'compacting' its linear extent.

    The crystal inner core of the earth is about 1,230 km in radius and the moon is of radius 1,740 km and the outer core of the earth at the molten mantle is at 3,490 km as a radius equal to the size of the moon.

    The 1,900 km marker so describes a brown dwarf 'failed' star in terms of a 'successful planet' with the planet earth destined to transform into a 'dark star' following its metamorphosis.

    A physical star like the sun then activates its central core as 2πR, which in the sun's case extends its string-core-radius from 40,000 km to 250,000 km or as so 18% of its diameter.

    Beyond the Kuiper-Belt-Marker at 3.4x1014 meters or so 2100 AU, the local solar system begins to interact with other star systems via the Oort Cloud and similar geometrical considerations.

    We next extend the SUBATOMIC Universe to the ATOMIC Universe and beyond.
    The Inner Electronic Atom relates to the Outer Electronic Atom in the electromagnetic finestructure constant alpha=2πke2/hc~1/137 dimensionless in three well defined mathematical expressions and where k=1/4πεo in meters/farad and e is the electron charge quantum:

    a) The Compton Radius Rc = h/2πmec = Re/alpha ~ 3.8x10-13 meters with Planck's Action constant h and lightspeed c.
    For inertial particles moving at a velocity v less than c, the Compton radius is known as a de Broglie Radius RdB=h/2πmev and defining a matter wave with momentum p=mev=h/λdB.

    b) The First Bohr Radius (for Hydrogen) is: RB1 = Re/alpha2 ~ 5.3x10-11 meters or 0.53 Angstroems and where Re = ke2/mec2~2.8x10-15 meters. This radius describes the basic groundstate for the hydrogen atom, consisting of an electron 0.53 Angstroems distant from the protonic nucleus.

    c) The Rydberg Radius (at infinity) is: R = 4πRe/alpha3 ~ 9.0x10-8 meters. This radius becomes the fundamental proportionality constant for the electronic energy level in the quantised Bohr Atom in the Rydberg Energy: ERydberg = hc/R ~ 2.2x10-18 Joules or ~ 13.7 eV.
    For an atom with atomic number Z, the Rydberg Formula: 1/λ=(Z/R)(1/m2 - 1/n2) gives the 'wavenumbers 1/λ' in the 'quantum integer counts m=1[Lyman], 2[Balmer], 3[Paschen], 4[Brackett], 5[Pfund],... and n=1,2,3,4,5,... for (m<n)

    We so map the ATOMIC UNIVERSE in the sequence:
    (2.8x10-15):(3.8x10-13):(5.3x10-11):(9.0x10-8) onto the Classical Universe in the sequence: (3.4x1014):(4.7x1016):(6.4x1018):(1.1x1022)=(0.036 or about 13 lightdays):(5.0):(677):(1.1 Million) in lightyear units, where one lightyear is about 9.46x1015 meters.

    The ATOMIC UNIVERSE so maps the Macrocosmos in the markers:
    13 lightdays extrasolar system:Nearer Stars in Home Galaxy:Outer Stars or Bulge or Core:Galactic Size including Halo of RestmassPhotons as the 'missing gravitating nonluminous matter'.

    The nanoscale of 90x10-9 meters so introduces the extragalactic scale with the radius of the Milky Way Galaxy of so 50,000 lightyears fractalising a nanoscale of about 4 nanometers and at the nucleotidal protein-peptide chain marker of DNA.

    A small retrovirus has a scale of about 150 nanometers as a mapping of about 1.9 Million lightyears and so begins to describe the interaction of galactic cells with each other, say in the interaction of the 'male clockwise Milky Way' with the 'female anticlockwise Andromeda' and both spiral galaxies being about that distance of 2.5 million lightyears apart.

    Interacting galaxies in the macrocosm so fractalise the interaction of cells in the microcosm.

    A Galaxy so becomes the 'Unitary Cell' in the macrocosm and 'maps' the 'Unitary Cells' in the microcosm in the form of the molecular permutations in Chemistry, used to build the elements of the periodic table.
    The extent of the universe then is the Hubble boundary at 1.6x1026 meters or one quadrillion AUs.

    This cosmic boundary distance maps the fractal of the quantum world as the largest bacterium or unicellular creature upon Gaia; and so closes the circle of the holographic fractalisations.

    Size of the Universe/Size of a Starsystem = 1.6x1026/3.4x1014=1.3x10-3/2.8x10-15 = MacroCell/Electron Radius for a characteristic size of about 1.3 millimeters for the cellular building block in the microcosm mapping the universal cell as the macrocosmos in 17 billion lightyears.

    The microbe Thiomargarita Namibiensis is about 0.75 mm across and was discovered in 1999.


    thiomargarita_namibiensis. thio.

    Thiomargarita Namibiensis is an inertial representative for the Hubble Universe as a whole and this bacterium contains all stars and all galaxies in the multidimensional and greater order of things and as understood by superconsciousness.

    ''ScienceDaily (Apr. 16, 1999) - Washington DC -- A group of German, Spanish, and American researchers sampling sediment off the coast of Namibia have stumbled across the biggest bacteria ever known. The largest of these single-celled microbes is visible to the naked eye, about as big as the period at the end of this sentence and nearly 100 times larger than the previous bacterial record-holder. In addition to its giant size, the new microbe is an exotic organism that provides firmer evidence of coupling between two key environmental cycles thought until very recently to be mutually exclusive in the ocean: the sulfur and nitrogen cycles. The finding is described in the 16 April 1999 issue of Science.

    'When I told them, my colleagues at first didn't believe me because the bacteria were so big,' recalls Heide Schulz, the Ph.D. student at Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology who found the bacterial behemoths glistening in sediment they had pulled into the research boat. 'But I've been working with exotic bacteria for a while now and I knew immediately that these were sulfur bacteria.'
    The researchers named the new bacteria Thiomargarita namibiensis, which means 'Sulfur Pearl of Namibia.' The microbes store elemental sulfur just under the cell wall as well as nitrate in a huge central sac, which shines with an opalesque, blue-green whiteness. They also grow loosely attached in strings, leading the researchers to compare them with strands of outlandish pearls. The largest cells are three-quarters of a millimeter in diameter. But to get a better idea of how big this is, it helps to make an analogy: If the largest Thiomargarita was a blue whale, then an ordinary bacterium would be a bit smaller than a new-born mouse. The largest previously known bacterium -- Epulopiscum fishelsoni, which lives in the guts of surgeonfish -- would be about as big as a lion. ''

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