A black stone that exist with a crystalline structure that can be moved in a box would be a black dwarf.
Vega is the brightest star in the northern constellation of Lyra. It has the Bayer designation α Lyrae, which is Latinised to Alpha Lyrae and abbreviated Alpha Lyr …
Vega has been extensively studied by astronomers, leading it to be termed “arguably the next most important star in the sky after the Sun”. … Vega has functioned as the baseline for calibrating the photometric brightness scale and was one of the stars used to define the zero point for the UBV photometric system.
Vega: The North Star of the Past and the Future. Vega is a bright star located just 25 light-years from Earth, visible in the summer sky of the Northern Hemisphere. … Vega was the North Star several thousand years ago, and it will regain that status in about 12,000 years.
For example, the star Vega , found in the constellation Lyra, has an apparent magnitude of zero. Objects brighter than Vega have negative magnitudes (for example, Sirius has a magnitude of -1.46 and the Sun’s magnitude is -26.74).
Guess what happens if you have the star of Vega in a box…it becomes a black crystalline structure approachable by MAN WITH A BLACK CRYSTALLINE STRUCTURE LIKE A BLACK STONE!
As Vega is so much bigger and hotter than Sol, however, the star will exhaust its core hydrogen after only another 650 million years or so (for a total life of around a billion years) and turn into a red giant or Cepheid variable before puffing away its outer layers to reveal a remnant core as a white dwarf.
A cooled Vega star turns into a black crystalline structure often termed a black stone OR BLACKDWARF in ANCIENT CIVILIZATION!
A: A black dwarf that evolved from a white dwarf should be a solid , crystal object, kind of like a very dense form of diamond.Sep 15, 2008
Astronomers have found evidence that massive white dwarf stars solidify into metallic crystals rather early in retirement. … The end result is a white dwarf – an Earth-sized ball so dense, a tiny 1cm3 portion of its core would weigh around 10 tonnes.Jan 10, 2019
Can you walk on a black dwarf?
Because of its small size and high mass, its density is very high, over 1 million times that of the Sun. Also, its surface gravity is very high, millions of times higher then Earth’s. As so, no spacecraft can land on its surface and no known material can resist under its own weight.
Interesting assertions. What makes you think so please? Links? Diagrams? What have others said about the idea?
In particular, how do you get the star Vega into what sort of box and why?
Obsidian is a black crystalline stone. So is hematite, I think.
Is there any particular connection with Haramein’s Unified Field Theory here?
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Since man cannot withstand radiation…
No longer emitting heat or light, the white dwarf will become a black dwarf . Because it emits no radiation, it is nearly impossible to see. However, the black dwarf would still retain its mass, allowing scientists to detect the effects produced by its gravitational field.