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prion.noun
short for proteinaceous (protein) infectious particle; a microscopic protein particle similar to a virus but lacking either of the two nucleic acids, thought to be an infectious agent of certain diseases of the nervous system

propound.transitive verb
to offer for discussion or consideration
propounder.noun

protrude, protruded, protruding, protrudes.transitive verbs
to stick out; to obtrude; to thrust forward or out; bulge
protrusive, protrudent, protrusible, protrusile.adjectives
protrusion.noun
protrusively.adverb
intransitive use.to jut out; project; bulge

PLANETS..the nine planets of our solar system

Mercury:.is 81.37 million miles away from earth.

Venus:.is 121.3 million miles away.

Earth:.is the fifth largest planet of the solar system. Its circumference is 24,902 miles (40,076 kms). Its diameter is about 8000 miles (exactly 7,926.41 miles). No one is sure exactly how the internal temperature in the Earth's core is generated.

The fluid core of the Earth has a slightly different rate of rotation as compared to the mantle that surrounds it.

From the inside out, the Earth's inner core takes up 20% the distance to the surface, or about 800 miles (1,300 kilometers). The outer core takes up another 1376 miles (2215 kms), the mantle, a thick layer of rock just below the crust, is about 1800 miles (2900 kms), and the crust, about 16 miles (25 kms). The temperature is about 870ºC (1600ºF) just underneath the crust.

Mars:.is 151.2 million miles away; www.uapress.arizona.edu/ and search for books on Mars

Jupiter: The fifth planet from the sun, 377 million miles away, the largest and most massive in the solar system, having a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 11.86 years at a mean (average) distance of 777 million kilometers (483 million miles), a mean diameter of approximately 138,000 kilometers (86,000 miles), and a mass approximately 318 times that of Earth.

No one is sure where Jupiter came from and how it got to where it is, unless God created it and put it there. 

Levels of argon in Jupiter's atmosphere are not like those observed in comets. Comets were thought to be the building blocks for planets like these. "Probe measurements reveal that they are not the same."  ... Tobias Owens, physicist at the University of Hawaii. "The pattern in the Jupiter data is not what is seen in comets." ... Kevin Zahnie, NASA's Ames Research Centre in Moffet Field, California. A gas giant like Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.

Jupiter has many moons. Jupiter's largest and brightest moon, Ganymede, is double the size of Europa, one of the four brightest. It's orbital period is precisely synchronized to be twice that of Europa.

The sound of Jupiter's Electromagnetic voices with music and the Solfeggio tones 528 Hz, 639Hz, 741Hz, & 852 Hz. This recording (video) of Jupiter's Electromagnetic voices by NASA-Voyager is accompanied by music and Solfeggio frequencies from Jandy the Decibel Jezebel.

The complex interactions of charged electromagnetic particles from the solar wind, planetary magnetosphere etc. create vibrations / sound-scopes.

There are also Alpha brainwave entrainment at a rhythm of 8Hz at a phantom Solfeggio tone of 174Hz. To feel an extra spacey meditation effect; listen to this with stereo headphones.

Jupiter is mostly composed of hydrogen and helium. The entire planet is made of gas, with no solid surface under the atmosphere. The pressures and temperatures deep in Jupiter are so high that gases form a gradual transition into liquids which are gradually compressed into metallic 'plasma' in which the molecules have been stripped of their outer electrons. The winds of Jupiter are a thousand meters per second relative to the rotating interior.

Jupiter's magnetic field is four thousand times stronger than Earth's, and is tipped by 11° degrees of axis spin. This causes the magnetic field to wobble, which has a profound effect on trapped electronically charged particles. This plasma of charged particles is accelerated beyond the magnetosphere of Jupiter to speeds of tens of thousands of kilometers per second. It is these magnetic particle vibrations which generate some of the sound you hear on this recording.

Saturn: The sixth planet from the sun and the second largest in the solar system, having a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 29.5 years at a mean distance of about 1,425,000,000 kilometers (886,000,000 miles), a mean (average) diameter of approximately 119,000 kilometers (74,000 miles), and a mass 95 times that of Earth. A gas giant like Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune, it is 966.8 million miles from earth.

Uranus: The seventh planet from the sun, 1.8 billion miles away, revolving about it every 84.07 years at a distance of approximately 2,869 million kilometers (1,790 million miles), having a mean equatorial diameter of 52,290 kilometers (32,480 miles) and a mass 14.6 times that of Earth. A gas giant like Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune.

Neptune-noun
The planet 8th in order from the Sun, 2.7 billion miles away whose rings break the mold of Saturn, the 6th planet from the Sun. Neptune has a sidereal period of revolution around the sun of 164.8 years at a mean (averaged, intermediate) distance of 4.5 billion kilometers (2.8 billion miles), a mean radius of 24,000 kilometers (15,000 miles), and a mass 17.2 times that of Earth. A gas giant like Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus.

Pluto: The planet 9th in order from the Sun; 3 billion miles away. Pluto's orbital pattern is eccentric, different from other planets in our solar system. During one complete revolution, the planet's distance from the sun varies from 29.7 to 49.5 astronomical units (AU). Pluto navigates 8 AU above and 13 AU below the mean (average) plane of the other planets' orbits. 

Pluto is closer to the sun than Neptune for two decades in its orbital stretch of 248 years. Pluto strangely, and unlike highly unstable orbiting objects often crossing Neptune's path, which either eventually collide with Neptune or are hurled away from the solar system, Pluto's orbital journey is immune from these near by approaches to the Neptune gas giant. This is because of a remarkable phenomenon acientists call 'resonance libration' (slowed oscillation) Pluto's orbit is said to be in 3:2 resonance with Neptune's, that is, Pluto makes two trips around the sun during the time that Neptune takes three. The contingent motions of the two planets guarantee that when Pluto crosses the orbit of Neptune, it is at an always minimun safe distance of at least 17 AU.

The complex dynamics of orbital resonances produce both chaos and exceptional stability in the solar system.

plethora.noun
a superabundance; an excess

prism.noun
a solid figure whose bases or ends have the same size and shape and are parallel (side by side) to one another, and each of whose sides is a parallelogram; transparent body of this form, often of glass and usually with triangular ends, used for separating white light passed through it into a spectrum or for reflecting beams of light; a cut glass object, such as a pendant of a chandelier; a crystal form consisting of three or more similar faces parallel to a single axis

promulgate, promulgated, promulgating, promulgates.transitive verbs
to make known (a decree, for example) by public declaration; announce officially; announce; to put a law into effect by formal public announcement
promulgation, promulgator.nouns

pawn.noun
a piece in a game of chess or checkers (working for some corporations is synonymous to being manipulated as a piece of wood may be in a checker game); a hostage; the condition of being held as a pledge against the payment of a loan (jewels in pawn); something given as security for a loan; a pledge or guaranty
pawn, pawned, pawning, pawns.transitive verbs
to give or deposit (personal property) as security for the payment of money borrowed; to risk; hazard (pawn one's honor)
pawnable.adjectives
pawnage, pawner.noun

Paine, Thomas, born Jan. 29, 1737, in Thetford, England, and died on June 8, 1809 1737-1809 in Greenwich Village, New York. Paine wrote all these bestsellers,.Common Sense.and.The American Crisis.were to rally citizens to support independence; other amazing bestsellers were.The Rights of Man, The Age of Reason, Letter to Washington. One of Paines quips on closed mindedness:."Attempting to debate with a person who has abandoned reason is like giving medicine to the dead."
...Thomas Paine

pus.noun
a generally viscous, yellowish white fluid formed in infected tissue, consisting of white blood cells, cellular debris and necrotic tissue

purulent.adjective
containing, discharging, or causing the production of pus.(a purulent infection)
purulently.adverb

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