Luz e Origem da Vida: Compostos Orgânicos Formados no Infra-Vermelho de Estrêlas

Artigo no: TG Daily

Stars create complex organic molecules

Posted on October 28, 2011 – 03:41 by Kate Taylor

“The researchers were investigating a set of infrared emissions detected in stars, interstellar space and galaxies, and known as Unidentified Infrared Emission features.

These signatures were believed to have come from simple organic molecules made of carbon and hydrogen atoms, called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) molecules.

But, using the Infrared Space Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope, Kwok and Zhang discovered that the spectra have features that can’t be explained by PAH molecules.

Instead, they say, the substances generating these infrared emissions have chemical structures that are much more complex.

Analysis of the spectra of star dust formed in novae shows that stars are making these complex organic compounds in a matter of weeks, and then ejecting it into the general interstellar space.

Interestingly, this organic star dust is similar in structure to the complex organic compounds found in meteorites, and could form their source. Thus, it’s possible that life on Earth developed from this organic star dust.”

Comentário da Matrix/DNA:

Como vemos no grafico do espectro de luz, o infra-vermelho corresponde à fase entre jovem/adulto. Como vemos nos modêlos da Matrix/DNA, os fótons-genes que compuseram as moléculas da Vida vieram de dois lugares: a) do nucleo do planeta (os 50% correspondentes à face esquerda, ou seja, do nascimento à juventude), e b) das estrêlas ( os 50% que correspondem à face direita, ou seja, do adulto ao cadáver). A noticia acima está sugerindo que as estr6elas geram compostos complexos de moléculas orgânicas, os quais emitem no infra-vermelho. É uma confirmação exata dos modêlos, tanto em relação à astro-biofisica quanto à teoria da luz como fórmula do ciclo vital!

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