Do it in amazing way!

Jonas Skendelis
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Topic 195548

Let's make it funny...

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Knock Knock
Whos There?
Pulsar
Pulsar Who?

Mike Hewson
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Do it in amazing way!

Quote:

Let's make it funny...

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Knock Knock
Whos There?
Pulsar
Pulsar Who?


Binary Pulsar!

Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter. Blaise Pascal

Jonas Skendelis
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No, Mike! He isn't binary -

No, Mike!
He isn't binary - he is alone and searching his/her mate :)
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P.S. PSR J2007+2722 (and found at Einstein@home) is, probably, Disrupted Recycled Pulsar - so, it is alone in the space as was kicked out of its home :)

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Conjecture: Every star is a

Conjecture: Every star is a binary star, at least.
Can you prove that?

Mike Hewson
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RE: Conjecture: Every star

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Conjecture: Every star is a binary star, at least.
Can you prove that?


Easy. Gravity has no known upper limit on range, thus any star is gravitationally influenced by at least one other.

Cheers, Mike.

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Mike Hewson
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Actually binary pulsar is

Actually binary pulsar is going to be as follows :

Knock, Knock ..... Knock, Knock
Who's There?
Pulsar
Pulsar Who?

;-)

Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter. Blaise Pascal

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