Andrey Rogachev
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Have a nice weekend, Tumblr. 

Sci fi story. 

Evolution or how to create Astrophysics Cosmic Rooster. 

Epigraph. 
Information itself is self-sufficient. 
Wind thoughts. 

Maybe in the future profession Astrophysicist give a little more room to maneuver and manipulate matter than now. I think science and develop to the desired level that would conduct this experiment. And somewhere in the distant future, there was a crossing point for the experiment required capabilities of both professions. 

And so we take one for Astrophysics and have contact with his programmers. And actually the essence of the experiment, of course, they ask. And the essence of it is easy to determine if you just describe the experiment itself. 

And so we take a fertilized egg. From the standpoint of science it is completely self-sufficient. That is, he does not need anything except the heat supply, and all information on the construction and transformation of matter into it already has. And so we take this egg and attach to it the reader information, a «3D» scanner matter, maybe he will not be three dementsevym, as long as necessary to read the state of matter, and so it will dementsevym. Excellent, and of course it will put the entire economy in terms of providing the process of hatching chicken. Warm, humid, and I do not remember exactly, or 39 days, or less than is necessary to complete the process of hatching, look in the directory you are interested. 

Next, we pre-chosen galaxy, far enough away from all of the lies and the probability of the emergence of intelligent life in it is zero or approaching zero. Calculated the probability of intelligent life in it in what some powerful super computer at the time. And so nobody gets hurt. And accordingly picked the right star, chosen from all these local favorite billion. Now it’s an astrophysicist. Astrophysicist created around a star similar to the scope of Dyson sphere, but not for living on it, and for the conversion and control of matter and the response of the star. And connect the scanner with egg matter in this area Dyson. Further information about what is happening with egg broadcast on a Dyson sphere. And the scope of the state is beginning to transform the star according to the state eggs. There inject plutonium or fills up a star tantaluma erbium. In general scope designed powerful Astrophysics and copes with its task. And the benefit of energy to convert us whole star. 

And now, after the necessary time for hatching chicken we get from the star Cosmic Chicken. All processes were normal and we got a stable dynamic equilibrium of the new cosmic beings thanks to the information contained in the egg, you may need a little refinement geneticist at the time, that would be what that dynamic processes being improved or not to convert the dates in space, in general adapted to the specifics. 

But our task is to get colorful Space Rooster. And then goes on stage Astrophysicist further, it turns out as we think and reflect, he produced a second Dyson sphere on top of the first, and using it for a few days transformed chicken in Space Rooster incredible colors. And this fiery bird flew on Space waving their fiery wings. 

Continuation. 

Possible so you need to create and Cosmic Chicken. They will peck planets and asteroids of all kinds. A Space Chicken will probably take the other stars for the other eggs hatch and start them. And so, after a short time, the process is snowballing, we have an entire galaxy Space Chickens. And finally, many giant Space Petukhov Incredible colors and beauty of space. 

Rogachev, Kremenki, 2014.


Mrs. Bush and Raisa Gorbachev deliver Commencement Addresses at Wellesley College, 06/01/1990
From the series: George H. W. Bush Presidential Photographs, compiled 01/20/1989 - 01/20/1993

Mrs. Bush and Raisa Gorbachev deliver Commencement Addresses at Wellesley College, 06/01/1990

From the series: George H. W. Bush Presidential Photographs, compiled 01/20/1989 - 01/20/1993

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Very nice case, will see how it holds up.

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Very nice case, will see how it holds up.

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ucresearch:

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Read more about how galaxies obtain these supermassive objects →

ucresearch:

An invisible force at the center of our galaxy


Scientists have theorized that our Milky Way galaxy has a super massive black hole at the center of it, but how did this idea come about?  How do astronomers measure something that has actually never been seen in our telescopes?

Above is an animation of star movements in our galaxy over the past 16 years.  They all orbit around a point that emits no light in our galaxy.  We can measure the mass of these stars and calculate that their orbits require an object with the mass of 4 million Suns.  So far this points to a super massive black hole in our galaxy.

Read more about how galaxies obtain these supermassive objects →