Life of a Blog : From Nebula to a Blackhole

After reading the book “The Theory of Everything” by Stephen Hawking, I believe that if he were a blogger rather than a physicist, here’s how he would define the life cycle of a Blog. If you maintain a blog, tell me which stage of the life-cycle, your blog is at.

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1. Nebula:

Star: A nebula is a cloud of gas (hydrogen) and dust in space. Nebulae are the birthplaces of stars

Blog: A nebula blog is a cloud of bright ideas and thoughts, freely wandering in space. Nebulae are the birthplace of blogs.

2. Protostar:

Star: A protostar continues to grow by accretion of gas and dust from the molecular cloud, becoming a pre-main-sequence star as it reaches its final mass.

Blog: A protostar blog continues to grow by accretion of posts and ideas from the hazy cloud of thoughts, becoming a full-fledged blog as it reaches its final readers following.

3. Red Giant:

Star: Red giants have diameters between 10 and 100 times that of the Sun. They are very bright because they are so large, although their surface temperature is lower than that of the Sun.

Blog: Red Giants have followers between 10 to 100 times that of a Protostar. They are very popular as they are so well-planned, although their frequency of posts is lower than that of a Protostar.

4. Supernova:

Star: This is the explosive death of a star, and often results in the star obtaining the brightness of 100 million suns for a short time.

Blog: This is the explosive death of a blog, and often results in a sudden spike of 1000 visits on the farewell post for a short time.

5. Blackhole:

Star: Black holes are believed to form from massive stars at the end of their life times. The gravitational pull in a black hole is so great that nothing can escape from it, not even light. Black holes distort the space around them, and can often suck neighbouring matter into them including stars.

Blog: Black holes are believed to form from massive bloggers at the end of their life times. The reader-pull in a black hole is so great that no one can escape from it, not even Justin Bieber. Black holes distort the competition around them, and can often suck other blogs into them including Red Giants.

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3 thoughts on “Life of a Blog : From Nebula to a Blackhole

  1. A protostar maybe? how about you?

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