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Ice stars and the deep future of the universe
Note that creating metals from hydrogen emits energy via fusion. If you are going to do that, using a DWIZ or whatever method you choose, you might as well use the energy produced to power your civilisation. Eventually you will accumulate enough metals to increase the density of a jupiter-type planet so that it could support fusion; but that would be a long-term goal.

Ice stars could be described as a long-term project of certain Hider clades, or the Deeper Covenant; but there is no need for them to hurry, since the process of manufacturing an ice star is also a source of energy. Perhaps the Muuh made some, millions of years ago, but their version would presumably be even colder and smaller.

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RE: Ice stars and the deep future of the universe - by stevebowers - 07-29-2014, 05:53 PM

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