Announcing the Neutron Star Capture Theory

This post is the semi-official announcement of this site and what it is about. The site is called: “Secret of the Pulsars”, because the theory proposed here is a new explanation of the meaning of the data.

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January 29, 2020

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This post is the semi-official announcement of this site and what it is about.

The site is called: “Secret of the Pulsars”, because the theory proposed here is a new explanation of the meaning of the data that has been accumulated about pulsars since the discovery of the first pulsar in 1967.

The theory is that there are on the order of 5 trillion neutron stars in the Milky Way galaxy, intermingled with normal stars, which means for every one of the 200 billion regular stars in the galaxy, that there are approximately 25 neutron stars.

Put another way, the closest star to the Sun is about 4 light years away. If one conceptualizes a sphere of 4 light year radius then that closest star will reside somewhere on the surface of that sphere.

And, within that sphere, there also will exist about 25 neutron stars, meaning there is probably a neutron star less than 1 light year from the Sun.

That is what this site is about, and the evidence that is presented on this site is intended to prove that this theory is the best explanation of the observations of pulsars that have been made since 1967.

All interested parties are encouraged to ask questions and contribute suggestions as they see fit.

Thanks,
Rich Levinson
31-Dec-2017

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