Saturday, December 6, 2008

Facts of the Polywave
GX Jupitter-Larsen

Tidal heating gradually diminishes as the moon’s orbit slows down. Neanderthals could talk. Ooopsy daisy!

An absent emptiness swept up in a filter of smoke and ash by a shock wave from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The first of these fires burned up the splotched rusty tinges. Hazy with smoke sprinkling out of whack, raining ash and soot blacken the degradation. An effect caused by a gassy, bacterial byproduct of its lengthy fermenting process.

A cosmic defect is like a cloudy spot in an ice cube. This arises because water, solidifying, crystallizes differently in different areas. Similar formations, known as crystal defects, occur in many substances during solidification, due to impurities and other causes. The process is also called symmetry breaking, because the substance loses its original quality of being basically the same in every direction.

Psammologists speculate that a grander version of such a defect a cosmic defect could have arisen when atoms first coalesced out of the amorphous soup the universe once was. Such a transition is, like solidification, called a phase change, because it involves a switch between two states of matter. In the cosmic case however, the symmetry breaking would involve a separation of two or more forces out of what originally was one. Psammologists have been theorizing for decades on how nature’s forces four types are acknowledged could have arisen from a primordial one.

These defects were even recorded in smoke in the 1860’s on a phonautograph, a device created by a Parisian inventor, Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville. The device etched representations of sound waves into paper covered in soot from a burning oil lamp. Lines were scratched into the soot by a needle moved by a diaphragm that responded to sound. These supernumerary nipples however, were never intended.

Around two percent of people have a supernumerary nipple. They are often mistaken for moles. They can be found anywhere between the armpit and groin, and range from a tiny lump to a small extra breast, sometimes even capable of lactation.

This is, at least in part, because of exposure to twisted and knotted gastrointestinal superconductivity.

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