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Universe - Definitions

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Introduction

Quasars

Possibly extremely dense neutron stars giving off radiation. Once thought to be the bright centre of other galaxies.

Pulsars

These are neutron stars that emit an enourmous amount of radiation. They spin hundreds of times

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Middle

Formed from very large stars collapsing. Between 10 and 100 km in diameter a they can have a mass many times that of the sun. A star 8 times that of the sun creates a neutron star 1.5 times that of the sun. The rest

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Conclusion

0 point field

No dimensions. Cells take light from it to tell other cells where to go in growing. Where does gravity come from? There is infinite energy from gravity so in theory it could be converted into infinite mass.

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