Everyone who participated in creation of the bomb, believed implosion phenomenon purely local, working only with respect to plutonium spheres of a few inches in diameter. But why its scope should be so small? Implosion works perfectly in the world. And Hoyle was not used to limit their thoughts to any limits. Why not apply the idea of ??implosion and to the stars? If subjected to the implosion of the star, it also heats up. The temperature at the center will no longer be, - how quickly calculated Hoyle - 20 of about millions of degrees, but close to 100 million. And this is enough to dazzle large core elements more massive. carbon can be prepared at a high pressure of helium. If the implosion will continue to develop, the star heats up even more, and any core of heavier elements: oxygen, silicon, sulfur, and others.
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