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The unified model of nucleosynthesis and star & planet formation in black holes, explosive and effusive volcanism, geochemistry, bolides, gravity and spontaneous explosions of nuclear reactors

Abstract : The heavy elements are synthetized in black holes and expelled thanks to local supercriticities inside. These black hole eruptions produce pieces of heavy atoms catching with them some of the black hole, a wrapping event around that black hole produces the star (in case there is enough mass for sustained fission), planet / moon and nuclear fission is together with fusion the motor of stars. This is demonstrated through many levers. Gravitational waves are constituted by waves of neutrons, when they impact the ground they may trigger underground nuclear blasts, that produce magma caves (explaining volcano swarms). Black holes erupting from the inside of the stars produce hyper variations in the regime of brightness (eruptive variables for instance), and in planets or moons, effusive volcanism, as well as supercavitating bolides (fireballs such as the one causing the event of the Tunguska in 1908). The strike of gravitational waves may be powerful enough, in a rare case, to blast all nuclear plants working in continent-wide regions. Things such as the ridge on Iapetus, the “actinide boost” in stars, “earthquake lights” and the "crown of stars in the sky" (in religious texts) and can be explained thanks to this model.
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Submitted on : Friday, February 15, 2019 - 8:35:44 PM
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Florent Pirot. The unified model of nucleosynthesis and star & planet formation in black holes, explosive and effusive volcanism, geochemistry, bolides, gravity and spontaneous explosions of nuclear reactors. 2019. ⟨hal-01673630v4⟩

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