“Seven hundred and fifty light-years from Earth, a young, sunlike star has been found with jets that blast epic quantities of water into interstellar space, shooting out droplets that move faster than a speeding bullet.
The discovery suggests that protostars may be seeding the universe with water. These stellar embryos shoot jets of material from their north and south poles as their growth is fed by infalling dust that circles the bodies in vast disks.
“If we picture these jets as giant hoses and the water droplets as bullets, the amount shooting out equals a hundred million times the water flowing through the Amazon River every second,” said Lars Kristensen, a postdoctoral astronomer at Leiden University in the Netherlands.
“We are talking about..
velocities reaching 200,000 kilometers [124,000 miles] per hour, which is about 80 times faster than bullets flying out of a machine gun,” said Kristensen, lead author of the new study detailing the discovery, which has been accepted for publication in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics.” Source
Water from stars. Kinda blows our old concepts “outta the water”, no? This amazingly produced combination of hydrogen and oxygen may just be one of the prime building blocks of the Universe. And our planet’s dependence on it attests to its importance.
But it flies in the face of current nuclear fission theory that excludes such a possibility. They’ve said up to this point hydrogen and oxygen combine to form water for micro-seconds and then it’s gone. Hmm. Wonder how these “water bullets” make it out to the rest of the Cosmos?
“Oops, there goes another science fraud ‘fact’….”
Reminds me of the infinite points in a line, or the innumerable vectors making a circle. We see the line or circle as a defining line, but they’re infinite combinations gathered into what is to us a very shallow perception.
We live at that lower plane of perception physically and mentally, but not spiritually.
And we need to perceive life spiritually to begin to understand true reality. Not the other way around.