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comment Average rate of supernova x number of stars
yeah but still all the things that have happened in the universe will happen again at the recurrence time including the big bang and formation of life.
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comment Average rate of supernova x number of stars
A numberphile video on youtube told me about it. You should check it out.
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comment Average rate of supernova x number of stars
there is a reccurence time for our universe where a second big bang will happen, a second earth like ours will form, life will form again, people recording videos will record videos again, and lots of other things. That is after all the stars die out as white dwarfs or supernovae or black holes and after all the black holes die out from their radiation.
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comment Average rate of supernova x number of stars
yes but there are regions in the star where a certain element never fuses. That is what is released to make new stars. Why wouldn't the energy released from the supernova form heavier elements and split atoms into alpha particles and smaller atoms and sort of forcing alpha decay?
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comment Average rate of supernova x number of stars
but why? I mean in all these supernovas you have not only heavier metals forming like gold but also the smaller atoms like hydrogen released so isn't there like an equilibrium between hydrogen used and hydrogen released?
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comment Average rate of supernova x number of stars
and binary stars count as well. Where 1 is a red giant and 1 is a white dwarf. Would ternary stars which are 3 stars orbiting around themselves have a supernova type 1a? Yes new stars will form but you know there might be a point in time very far in which there are no more stars and stars have to form from the atoms once again, like a second big bang.
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