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may have found a mechanism for Pulsar stars Chapt16.15 Gravity Cells#1472 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed



 
 
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Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
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Default may have found a mechanism for Pulsar stars Chapt16.15 Gravity Cells#1472 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Now gravity cells are the solution for the Sun's 220km/sec yet Earth
is 29km/sec by have a huge spinning magnetic monopole spinning field,
but can it give a alternative explanation for pulsar mechanism? If the
gravity cell of one star clashes with the gravity cell of a second
star in a binary system, the magnetic monopoles lines of force would
cross and turn some of the EM-gravity into a pulsing signal.

To date, the spin of stars thought to be pulsars was attributed to the
pulsing. Here I am saying that it is not the spin of the star itself
but the spin of the gravity cell it forms and whether another star or
large planet can induce a pulsar.

So, inadvertently I may have stumbled onto the mechanism of what
pulsars are and how they may emit pulsed signals.

I do remember some pulsars are from a binary star system, but it need
not be, for a large planet near a star would also produce pulsed
signals since both have a gravity cell.

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