But the neutron stars are still quite large. This is because the electrons are about 1000 times as longer in how much space they require to sit in that system, than the neutrons. the neutrons are heavy hard attitude guys, they will go no where. But the electrons while occupy such a large couch are far far less heavier than are neutron. So they are basically whats called “soft”. They are long legged and eat less energy and when vanish the neutron stars have collapsed into an adjacent mass state but quite so very smaller in volume, a 1000 times, smaller.
So two things happened that are called supernovae (that is super star phenomena).
1. (Type Ia supernovae) White dwarf > induced by atomic disintegration due to gravity pressure > Core of the star
2. (Core collapse supernovae) Core of the star > induced further by emission of electrons > neutron star
What we conveniently forget is what I just parenthesized as “Ethereal Relativism”. Before Einstein’s work, the ether was taken to be something that gives motion a sense of absoluteness. Ether was the absolute measure or reference of motion, therefore all motion seemed to be known as absolute. But its widely silent that Galileo and Newton worked in a frame-work of Physics or laws of nature where a frame of reference keeps motion relative, and not absolute: a concept known as Galilean Relativity.
In other words, if there is an object falling under gravity, in telling our story, we almost forgot that, there can also be a situation where, the relative motion of the falling object, can be studied; with or without the gravity acting on the object. In other words, still, the central question is to ask; did this single object fall faster or slower w.r.t. a situation when there is no gravity? Was it known or not, to Galileo, that, this object can be tested; to be falling faster in presence of the gravity causing object.
As we know today: Gravity causes objects to fall faster, it does not cause them to fall in the first place, between heavier and lighter objects it does not make any one of them to fall faster than the other and this is a force of central attraction to the proportion of; strength being as higher as the square of separation is, less. More…
There are no merry Christmas or happy Diwali at the level of the quantum. At that level we are all screwed, and the only things that worked out in our favor is a likelihood thats a part per million. Thats why scientists call it: contingent, laws of nature are arbitrarily, favorable to our existence and not drafted by the mercy of a wishful blown-up entity as desired by intelligent design and goes by various names or forms. Thankfully enough, explicitly enough we have accessed the quantum since a 100 years although even the Greek Philosophy talks about indeterminacy of truth. Thankfully enough we have also traversed as far as we could in our mission to know the cosmos, but we have been doing the first works since the time of Galileo. Newton, happy belated birthday Sir, last time we met was a bust of yours, standing in a garden, good enough only to make a joke about and of you, that was 3 years ago, you have changed the course of Physics for all time to come, in the right direction, more or less, by differentials, the ones that you invented, and the ones that we are still putting into our favorite computers, just like you were using the formula of Ibn Sahl … More…
You might have seen this kanji being used for expressing a deeply humorous situation at places. 笑 ( I myself use: 笑笑笑 … )
(theoretically because we abuse lol the most, I think it comes to category of selfie and twerk but in abusive usage perhaps lol will win)
Here is why; its called as emi, first of all. (which is my mother’s name: Amy, Emi, Emmy etc not Emma)
So I remember this kanji, also, I make her laugh out loud a lot with my joking nature.
(she used to get irritated a lot, but now I am getting irritated when she laughs at my joke)
emi 笑 is said as emi in “emi”ssion. And I see that there is a kanji which is “bamboo” and there is a kanji which is “sky or heaven”. Does that combination make you laugh? Bamboos in Sky. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha .. OK stop it. Use lol for compactness. More…
When I am asked for my references for which books one should follow to begin learning Japanese, here is what I suggest.
1. For Hiragana, Katakana (the phonetic alphabet)
This book comes with many exercises and really quick to teach you most important things as a beginner. Its an excellent and slim size book.
にほんご かんたん (reads Nihongo Kantan, in Hiragana, means: Easy Japanese)
Book Title: SPEAK JAPANESE, A textbook for young students.
Authors, Kiyo Saka and Hisako Yoshiki
2. Learning practical and wide deal of applications into living life in Japan, this “Lonely Planet Phrasebooks for Japanese” with 2000 words 2-way pocket size dictionary. More…
How to say “I” (me or mine) in Japanese; wa’ta’shi.
Note that: a real distinction between I, me or mine comes from what are called “particles”. It defines; to-I, by-I, on-I, From-I etc. The few help-objects that does so (by, to, from, on, in … ) in strictly phonetic language like Japanese or Indian languages are called as Particles. (Be rest assured particles have never been studied formally in Indianic languages, at-least as particles.)
Note also that: (I have said this somewhere in last 1 year or more, wata is whats rice in Indian, written vat or bhat, that what the 1st kanji is here, its called nogi-hen or nogi part. nogi is rice, or ear of rice, which is why this kanji looks like a rice-ear, the plant-tip. shi is like ji or shri. It could be that rice just denotes the Lord, farmer, owner etc. Nose then gives the human depiction. I or me to be known as “I who eats this rice” or “I who owns this rice” etc) More…