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Compassion For ALL Creatures
BSL IS EVIL - Lennox & Spencer ~ STOP IT
IN MEMORY OF 'REE'
Our Beloved Boo ~ R.I.P.
FREEDOM FOR ALL HORSES
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An Electronic Jazz Industrial/Fusion-Pulsars are types of neutron stars; the dead relics of massive stars. What sets pulsars apart from regular neutron stars is that they’re highly magnetized, and rotating at enormous speeds. Astronomers detect them by the radio pulses they emit at regular intervals. You will hear the actual sound of a Pulsar, twice in this song!

Joseph Aloisa ~ Guitar
Rich Ruussom ~ Loop Creation & Yamaha Acoustic Piano
Pulsar ~ Billions of Light Years from Earth!
"Pulsars are highly magnetized, rotating neutron stars that emit a beam of electromagnetic radiation. The observed periods of their pulses range from 1.4 milliseconds to 8.5 seconds."

The formation of a pulsar is very similar to the creation of a neutron star. When a massive star with 4 to 8 times the mass of our Sun dies, it detonates as a supernova. The outer layers are blasted off into space, and the inner core contracts down with its gravity. The gravitational pressure is so strong that it overcomes the bonds that keep atoms apart. Electrons and protons are crushed together by gravity to form neutrons. The gravity on the surface of a neutron star is about 2 x 1011 the force of gravity on Earth. So, the most massive stars detonate as supernovae, and can explode or collapse into black holes. If they’re less massive, like our Sun, they blast away their outer layers and then slowly cool down as white dwarfs.

When a pulsar first forms, it has the most energy and fastest rotational speed. As it releases electromagnetic power through its beams, it gradually slows down. Within 10 to 100 million years, it slows to the point that its beams shut off and the pulsar becomes quiet.
When they are active, they spin with such uncanny regularity that they’re used as timers by astronomers. Pulsars help us search for gravitational waves, probe the interstellar medium, and even find extrasolar planets in orbit. It has even been proposed that spacecraft could use them as beacons to help navigate around the Solar System. On NASA’s Voyager spacecraft, there are maps that show the direction of the Sun to 14 pulsars in our region. If aliens wanted to find our home planet, they couldn’t ask for a more accurate map.
Instrumental~Electronic Jazz Industrial/Fusion
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Compassion For ALL Creatures
An Electronic Jazz Industrial/Fusion-Pulsars are types of neutron stars; the dead relics of massive stars. What sets pulsars apart from regular neutron stars is that they’re highly magnetized, and rotating at enormous speeds. Astronomers detect them by the radio pulses they emit at regular intervals. You will hear the actual sound of a Pulsar, twice in this song!


BSL IS EVIL - Lennox & Spencer ~ STOP IT
An Electronic Jazz Industrial/Fusion-Pulsars are types of neutron stars; the dead relics of massive stars. What sets pulsars apart from regular neutron stars is that they’re highly magnetized, and rotating at enormous speeds. Astronomers detect them by the radio pulses they emit at regular intervals. You will hear the actual sound of a Pulsar, twice in this song!


IN MEMORY OF 'REE'
An Electronic Jazz Industrial/Fusion-Pulsars are types of neutron stars; the dead relics of massive stars. What sets pulsars apart from regular neutron stars is that they’re highly magnetized, and rotating at enormous speeds. Astronomers detect them by the radio pulses they emit at regular intervals. You will hear the actual sound of a Pulsar, twice in this song!


Our Beloved Boo ~ R.I.P.
An Electronic Jazz Industrial/Fusion-Pulsars are types of neutron stars; the dead relics of massive stars. What sets pulsars apart from regular neutron stars is that they’re highly magnetized, and rotating at enormous speeds. Astronomers detect them by the radio pulses they emit at regular intervals. You will hear the actual sound of a Pulsar, twice in this song!


FREEDOM FOR ALL HORSES
An Electronic Jazz Industrial/Fusion-Pulsars are types of neutron stars; the dead relics of massive stars. What sets pulsars apart from regular neutron stars is that they’re highly magnetized, and rotating at enormous speeds. Astronomers detect them by the radio pulses they emit at regular intervals. You will hear the actual sound of a Pulsar, twice in this song!


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