Sunday, January 16, 2011

Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays

As a short follow up to the previous post where I suggested that the core of a star might be made out of BEC and a Torus like propulsion structure, I would like add that Ultra-high-energy cosmic rays that have energies that are theoretically too high, might be minuscule bundles of BEC that turn into a "bosenova's" when reaching and contacting our atmosphere.

A bosenova or bose supernova is a very small, supernova-like explosion, which can be induced in a Bose–Einstein condensate (BEC) by changing the magnetic field in which the BEC is located, so that the BEC quantum wavefunction's self-interaction becomes attractive. Source:

Most of these OMG particles originate from Super Novae, stars that are splattered apart and who's core is a spiraling Pulsar