Brightest Supernova Exploded 6 Times?

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Brightest Supernova Exploded 6 Times?

Unread postby MGmirkin » Sun May 18, 2008 11:36 am

(Brightest supernova died six times)
http://www.abc.net.au/science/news/stor ... .htm?space

Seems to be stretching it a bit. How does a star explode 6 times? I mean, in a non-electric universe. Stars puffing off layers as part of a repeating discharge is not so unbelievable in an electric universe... Seems a bit weird otherwise.

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Re: Brightest Supernova Exploded 6 Times?

Unread postby earls » Sun May 18, 2008 9:07 pm

"The temperature in the stellar core gets so hot that some of the star's gamma radiation converts into electrons and their anti-matter counterparts, positrons."


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Re: Brightest Supernova Exploded 6 Times?

Unread postby RobertFritzius » Mon May 26, 2008 10:20 am

The variously reported positions of that "brightest" supernova ever (SN 2006gy) should make somebody in mainstream astronomy very nervous, so nervous that they don't even talk about them.

I claim that the three different reported postions (for an object that supposedly is located so far away that no proper motion whatsoever should be seen) may be taken as evidence for a very nearby binary star (100 light years or less) that is doing what would be expected if you subscribed to a distance limited form of Galilean relativity. The "limited form" (which amounts to Walter Ritz's 1908 ballistic electrodynamics as modified by John Fox's 1965 extinction theorem) is explained in the following article.

SN2006gy as a Ritzian System
http://www.datasync.com/~rsf1/sn2006gy.htm

A translation of Ritz's 1908 (Galilean) electrodynamics paper can be found at:

Critical Researches on General Electrodynamics
http://www.datasync.com/~rsf1/crit/1908a.htm

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Re: Brightest Supernova Exploded 6 Times?

Unread postby RobertFritzius » Mon May 28, 2018 11:33 am

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Re: Brightest Supernova Exploded 6 Times?

Unread postby RobertFritzius » Mon May 28, 2018 7:37 pm

RobertFritzius wrote:The URLs for this post have been changed to

http://www.shadetreephysics.com/sn2006gy.htm

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http://www.shadetreephysics.com/crit/108a.htm

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