Basically I thought if the particles are substituting the water in sonoluminescence, then is sound creating the cavity in the particle mass or something else? I don't know of any sound in space due to its near vacuum nature (or so we are told). But I do know that the space cavity is filled with EM radiation, especially microwave background radiation. I wrote about radio waves from the Sun on the blog first here:
http://www.wildheretic.com/where-does-c ... come-from/
I talked about how extremely low frequency radio waves will be produced due to the alternating field of the Sun every 6 months (seasonal cycle). I also now realize that the release of current (through the vacuum - wrote about here - ) also produces radio waves.
When a direct electrical current is applied to a wire the current flow builds an electromagnetic field around the wire. When the current is removed, the field collapses which again sends a wave. If the current is applied and removed over and over for a period of time, a series of waves is propagated at a discrete frequency. If the current changes polarity, or direction repeatedly, that could make waves, too. This phenomenon is the basis of electromagnetivity and basically describes how radio waves are created within transmitters.
This in turn will produce microwaves:
The Sun can also produce microwaves. A microwave oven creates microwaves with a cavity magnetron: “A high-powered vacuum tube that generates microwaves using the interaction of a stream of electrons with a magnetic field while moving past a series of open metal cavities (cavity resonators). Bunches of electrons passing by the openings to the cavities excite radio wave oscillations in the cavity.” There looks to be a possible parallel with the Concave Earth system – stream of electrons is the solar wind, magnetic field is the cavity h-field, vacuum is the vacuum of space, and cavity is the Earth cavity.
Microwave ovens are basically accelerated radio wave machines that contain a concentrated radio frequency inside a chamber.
So in a concave earth, the radio waves being produced by the Sun and oscillating inside the cavity are being accelerated by the Sun's solar wind to produce microwaves. Actually, what is the bets that this solar wind accelerates the radio waves to the micro wave/infrared frequency which has been purported to be the pressure that causes gravity? This source EM radiation is so strong at this frequency as to penetrate miles of rock. Cosmic background radiation will be just the build up of these micro waves as the radio waves are accelerated to the frequency of gravity (high microwave/low infrared).
What if it is these frequencies, or frequency even which are responsible for the heating up and illumination of stars? The only solid object I have in the cavity is the Sun. Every other object comes from that, such as asteroids, planets, the moon (back of Sun) etc. Stars will be no different and range from dust particle to a large asteroid in size. The Sun is theorized to be made of iron/nickel (and a bit of other stuff like schreibersite, graphite, sulfur and cobalt - see my article on the Sun here). Therefore it is little bits of iron/nickel which are being irradiated by the Sun's frequencies. This will cause them to "burn" in a vacuum, which means no flame. They will flicker in different colours depending on their shape. How do I know this? Look at the videos below on microwaving metal. I've made the important parts into a gif:
The video below shows us that pointy metal shapes (and even non-metal objects) that are microwaved will produce blue sparks which flicker. Whereas round metal objects tend to "burn" more, or just heat up.
Notice the same blue/white light of stars. The flicker is much slower than stars, possibly because the frequency of the microwave oven is much lower than the microwave frequencies from the Sun (encroaching infrared). Or much more likely, the extreme pointiness of the object determines the charge/discharge rate, hence the flicker. Click on the gif below to animate it.
The video below shows someone putting a non-pointy object (don't know what it is) in a microwave. There is a flame (eventually) because of the oxygen. But notice the same flicker; this time pink/orange, and the central glow from the metal object.
The flicker is near enough the same as stars now, faster even. It is more of a orangy/pink colour, just like a few stars in the sky that radiate even multiple colours. Why is it flickering faster than the blue spark? Because I think the object is more round I would guess and hence the charge/discharge rate is faster? Click on the gif to animate.
This means that the colour and flicker rate of a star is determined by its shape. The more pointy bits the metal piece has on its irregular body shape, the more blue/white the colour and slower the frequency. The more uniform in shape, the more pink it is and high flicker frequency.
And of course asteroids look the same as stars because they too also are subjected to the same microwave radiation. The only difference between the the two is location the mag field of the cavity which determines their movement. Planets I am not yet too sure on.
What do you think of that theory? I reckon I could be on to something big time.