Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The Man on the Moon Exits Through a Blackstar




A black star is a gravitational object composed of matter. It is a theoretical alternative to the black hole concept. The theoretical construct was created through the use of semiclassical gravity theory...


David Bowie's final album Blackstar, "a gift to his fans"
In Quantum Physics - Semiclassical gravity is the approximation to the theory of quantum gravity in which one treats matter fields as being quantum and the gravitational field as being classical.


Celebrity Big Brother Logo 2016 coincidentally uses the Blackstar symbol - The reality show features Angie Bowie, ex-wife of David Bowie, who is informed of his death and expresses her grief on live television!

5 comments:

Penny said...

Hey Marie!
Do you have any info on this semi classical theory and if you do leave me a link here or at my blog- I just listened to a show about the electric universe and bunch of other stuff....

Thanks!

... said...

Hi Penny - I've stumbled upon it as part of quantum physics and gravity theory - Wikipedia has some info - I'm interested in this field of science although I know hardly anything about it!

I am always checking your blog for the latest updates BTW!

Nathan Miller Foster said...

Neat. I didn't make the black hole connection with black star. Higherside Chats just had an episode on electric universe, but the two episodes before that are Really worth checking out, especially in long form, one with Silvie Ivanowa on alternative history and archonic parasites, the other with a must experience Sevan Bomar, who talks about brilliant topics, and back to the topic at hand, I think Sevan has even talked how the sun itself is some sort of portal, not the same as a black hole, but similar ish. I hope this is of interest and helps!

Newspaceman said...

Hiya Marie/Penny, not sure if this helps but:

http://www.hawking.org.uk/space-and-time-warps.html

cheers

Penny said...

Thanks for the link Newspaceman!

And thanks Nathan Miller Foster - Higherside Chats? I've not heard of that place previously, but, am always on the look out for new and interesting listening- I find the electric universe stuff very interesting myself.

Hi again Marie :)