With each Pulse, Aloha is given to thee though blood. Without the pulse, Aloha is not with thee. Thou art Haole without the pulse. With all blood within thy veins, thou art a unique individual whose purpose is unique within itself. Stars too can have Pulses.
As was discussed in earlier times, A Neutron Star is a collapsed Supernova from a Red Giant or Blue Giant Star. Besides Black holes, Neutron Stars are both the smallest and densest stars in The Universe. They are even called White Stars. Neutron Stars that have a Pulse are called Pulsars.
A Pulsar is a Neutron Star that has a high magnetized rotation which emissions beams of electromagnetic radiation out of its magnetic poles. Pulsars form when a Neutron Star keeps the majority of its angular momentum then forms a very fast rotation speed. With this being, a beam pulsates from The Neutron Star in radioactive form and a pulse is seen. The Power of The Rotation in The Pulsar comes from its initial rotational energy in The Neutron Star. When The Pulsar's spin-period slow down a good amount, the radio pulsar mechanism is thought to turn off thus ending the Pulsar. This point is called The Death Line. A Pulsar will live from 10 Million years to 100 Million Years. As of this time, there have been approximately over 2000 Pulsars discovered in Space. A few names of these Pulsars are: Crab PSR, Hulse-Taylor Binary, PSR J0437-4715, Vela Pulsar, Geminga, Black Widow Pulsar, Bursting Pulsar, RX J1856.5-3754, AR Scorpii, Hercules X-1, 3C 58 & Calvera.
Even Stars can have pulses. A Black Hole can be seen a death; without the breathe; Haole. A Neutron Star; A White Hole; who has a Pulse can be seen as Aloha, The Breath of Life. Two counters that are a part of life. One can choose death or life. One can choose Haole or Aloha; it's up to be. Be a Black Hole of doom or a Pulsar of Aloha.
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