Near c radiation danger song msg

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Finally understand a hidden lyrics/instrumentals msg:
Neutron stars are musical components of interacting binary stars sytems that skip across the ocean of the whole EM spectrum.
They reradiate FTL radiation to just slower than c (is more at this speed than thought). Life is without a trace at 10LY, nor will work ultra-cold telescopes, IR through radiowave, Proton imaging. We'd die doing materials science within 1000LYs.
A solar eclipse generates a variety of atmospheric pressure waves that would shatter us and our planet from 10000LYs, our brains would boil from new hydrogen lodged in there. 2 inch plate armour would hole in 10 seconds. We'd learn the phenomena radioimaging humans eventually.
The eclipses will generate detectable UV emission 10 million times more than the Sun ever outputs. Gravity waves see it.
 
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I spent a day hearing Disney's WW2 cartoons in 2013. The principle is the same, here reradiation efficiency is 33%, send dangerous radiation back to below c after a second mildly above. A few feet of Pb should be enough, so not 1st generation exo-suits. Procyon might be 1.3x better a heliopause, and Sirius 1/2 that, but with 3 and 8 magnetic cores. Silica in space near volcanoes is enough for giant gravity wave observatories but silicosis nearby, artificial worlds w/ magnetic fields will be hard, already chemically risky.
 
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Condensed matter physics is soon important. Pressuring sulfur at 2 million atmospheres may keep its radiation inert. Heat will just regularly shoot axial along its weak fracture plane. There is the chain of command and then settlers/astronauts. Procyon's irregular flecks of radiation aren't good for C-of-C. A score is to channel a radioactive asteroid's radiation into a magnetic torus plasma that propels it safely out of the system and cut it up. There are Earth-G Neptunes where spare air can be stored, often coming with the Fluorine column; 200 LY away one only 1/2 Earth's electricity. You can keep track of nearby neutron stars and known sources before open air or transparent windows sightseeing. Eventually phase-changing windows can quickly stop most of an unexpected source...
The best pickings around, one world will have seasons and the potential for plants under tarp where it stays near 0C, the other is -30C but with mildly radioactive inert gases in the air, potentially a cell energy source. We might choose this kind of radiation where the star is good, there is charging in the air (not water here) making layered atmospheres possible like thermometers...every 85 LYs happy enough a world every 110 two is better than Earth. The Neptune has no magnetic field and see through biodomes I'll mildly side with 0C for Earth-like biosphere 163 LYs out, is less radiation.
 
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