Udiah (witness to Yah)

(1959 / USA)

Solar Furnace


Traveling through space
Wandering atom attracted
Varied acceleration race
Escape angle detracted

Eternal orbit
Solar towing plane subtracted
Rotating solar furnace smit
Molten surface reacted

Energy absorbed
Heat and pressure smelts
Atomic structure re-orbed
Fused elemental melts

Sinking in surface
Nuclear fusion increases
Instability its purpose
Critical mass point ceases

Finished compaction
Complete and udder chaos
Fission reaction
Energy potential a loss

Upward pressure builds
Super thick liquid belches
Volcanic eruption yields
Swiftly escaping elements
Particles and energy radiants
Massive gravity squelches
Only emitting radiance









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fission > fusion > fission > fusion.....the cycle continues.....divide (energy given off) > compact (energy absorbed, new fuel made) > divide > compact.....God's efficient recycling.....Einstein smiled at the idiots!











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Submitted: Sunday, June 03, 2012
Edited: Sunday, March 09, 2014

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E=MC³-DT² Fission takes place beneath a stars plasmatic surface, it is what gives off light heat and other energy. Fusion takes energy but supplies the fission process with fuel. Red Giants are cooler than white dwarfs because there is more plasma hiding the fission process. That's why solar flares are hot and sun spots cooler.

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