Solaronite - The theory of exploding the Sun's rays





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Uploaded on Jul 8, 2008


This clip is from the film, Plan 9 from out of space produced by Edward Wood. Jr. in 1958. The theory of the Solaronite is explained.

Take a can of your gasoline. Say this can of gasoline is the sun. Now if you spread a thin line of it to a ball representing the earth. Now the gasoline represents the sunlight, sun partials. Here we saturate the ball with the gasoline, the sunlight and put a flame to the ball. The flame would speedily travel around the earth back along the the line of gasoline to the can, or the sun itself. It would explode the source and spread to every place that gasoline, our sunlight touches. Expolode the sunlight here gentlemen, you explode the universe.

In Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, he concluded that if one could travel at the speed of light, time would stand still. A question here is were does light end?


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