Friday, September 19, 2014


Sparky is seen to connect hundreds of galaxies together like beads on strings in this ESO video. Sparky is only 6,000 light years across, but has twice more stars than our milky way galaxy. The stars are densely packed under strong magnetic fields and orbit the core of Sparky, where stars form at a rapid rate ~300 per year.  Sparky is called an "early universe galaxy", because gravity theory today cannot explain how Sparky formed and produces stars, unless it was very old or happened a long time ago. Yet the scientists say there are many more to be found. Sparky news story version

A zoom in photo of Sparky (shown below) shows rapid star formation around the precursory galaxy core happens inside streaming spiral shaped filaments produced by supernovas in at least three layers of vortice rings.

Sparky zoom in photo by The

Sparky is the first discovery to have both a stellar structure and the gas dynamics of a galaxy core. It is a scaled down model of a tiny galaxy without a black hole, being composed of ~400 billion solar masses. It is also a scaled up model of a supernova remnant where stars form inside evaporating gaseous globules, that collectively align together around near the galaxy core where most new massive stars form at very fast rates.


Sparky has an extremely low alpha lyman hydrogen redshift of only z=2.3 for what they describe as an early universe galaxy 11 billion light years away. The scientists believe there are hundreds to thousands more of similiar type "Sparky's" obscured by gas and dust that they haven't yet detected.

Redshifts are used to interpret cosmic distances, but only measure the single brightest emission of hydrogen atoms called alpha lyman hydrogen. In no way does this method produce accurate distance measurements, to be used exclusively to support the big-bang cosmology. Halton Arp is the real authority on these discordant redshift interpretations.

This animated sequence shows the sequence of events how Sparky formed by the collective interactive merging of supernova filamentary remnants or evaporating gaseous globules that are filled with streams of stars inside electrical charged plasma filaments on magnetized plasma bubbles within bubbles filling the universe:

This new superfluid cosmology is further explained in the paper Streaming Stars in Electrical Filaments

Sparky formed by many supernovas that produce star forming filaments called evaporating gaseous globules that streams stars on the bubbles around supernova remnants proven to align around the milky way galaxy.
 Supernova remnant
 Evaporating gaseous globule seen around a supernova remnant.

Supernova bubbles
This collective phenomena produced by supernova remnants scales cosmic plasma to sizes from supernovas, to galaxies, up to galaxy clusters. Galactic magnetic fields align supernova remnants around the milky way in a thin plane. It is misinterpreted by big-bang believing cosmologists to be a supernova gravitational lens surrounding densely packed galaxy clusters.
 This photo of Abel 370 galaxy cluster is already acceptably known to not be a gravitational lens, but instead a foreground evaporating gaseous globule filament that streams new stars.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Supermassive Black Holes Five Times Larger Than the Milky Way's are Believed Common In Tiny Dwarf Galaxies

Dwarf galaxy M60-UCD1 is only 1/500 the diameter of the milky way, with far fewer stars, and a supermassive black hole five times more massive than our galaxy. The sizes and masses of black holes is all messed up because they are not real.

Dwarf galaxies like M60-UCD1 require the largest amounts of dark matter to explain their orbits. This galaxy must require at least one hundred times more dark matter than normal matter, because most dwarf galaxies have more mass, and need about a ten to one ratio. You might think with an enormous black hole inside such a tiny galaxy, that they might actually be able to observe a black hole for the first time? Never has a black hole been observed. By detecting Chandra telescope x-ray emissions near the galaxy center, the scientists have irrefutable belief based upon big-bang  dogmatism that another black hole exists in the center of another galaxy.

"The clincher will be if the team can find more black holes like it." Unfortunately, they can always continue to explain these kinds of things by impossible ways, and use more and different kinds of dark matter, to support the big-bang cosmology.

"The idea of extreme disproportional sizes of supermassive black holes existing in most all of the other tiny similar dwarf galaxies will not be widely accepted until the team makes more finds."

By creating two impossible scenarios, such as undetectable streams of dead neutron stars, the team reaches this conclusion:

"We don't know of any other way you could make a black hole so big in an object this small," said astronomer Anil Seth.

The favored scenario is that the tiny dwarf galaxy was a larger galaxy that was stripped of most of it's stars by passing too close to it's neighbor galaxy M60. M60 is only a little bit larger than the milky way, but with a supermassive black hole believed to be one thousand times larger than the milky way. Black hole sizes are extremely disproportionate to the sizes of their galaxies, because they do not exist. Magnetic field strengths are known to increase nearer to the galaxy center, and with dwarf M60-UCD1 being the densest star packed galaxy in the universe, it's no wonder that they think there's a monster at the center that they can't explain.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Mysterious Faint Radio Bursts FRB's All Produce the Same 1400 MHz Flux Explained by Cosmic Helium-Neon Laser Flux Tubes in a Filamentary Bubble Cosmology

1400 MHz Peak Flux Density Measurements for all Faint Radio Burst Detections by two Telescopes:

6 faint radio bursts all at or near 1400 MHz at Parkes radio telescope
Recent FRB 121102 burst also at 1400 MHz
1.4 GHz = 1400 MHz for the flux density of FRB 121102.

The famous Lorimer bursts in 2007 were also at 1.4 GHz and known to resemble faint radio bursts.

Explaination for Faint Radio Bursts Puzzling Astronomers:

(1) IBEX detected neutral helium near earth's orbit, and the highest amounts of neon in the interstellar wind. IBEX also detected a secondary population of neutral helium near our sun's outer heliosphere, and abundant helium in the intergalactic medium. The motions of interstellar gas produces electric currents says NASA. Helium atoms become excited by electric currents, and collide with neon atoms inside flux tubes, to produce lasers and faint radio bursts. Flux tubes are in the resonant cavities of magnetized plasma bubbles, and scale to cosmic sizes that form Birkeland currents that carry electric currents in filaments.

Helium comprises 6.5% of all the atoms in the universe, and neon comprises 0.01%. Neon is the sixth most abundant atom in the universe. There are only 3 times more carbon atoms, and six times more oxygen atoms, than neon atoms. This exemplifies that the helium-neon laser is a simple, efficient, and common laser in outer space filaments.

(2) Plasma flux tubes scales plasma to the largest known sizes of cosmic structures. Solar wind flux tubes form planetary magnetospheres. Excited neon gas becomes metastable in cosmic flux tubes during collisions with excited helium gas, producing laser filaments with flux matching that of the faint radio bursts or FRB's.
Magnetosphere solar wind flux tubes

1400 MHz Doppler Flux (FWHM) by Helium-Neon 632.8 nm red lasers were designed to produce the strongest natural and most efficient output.

Faint radio bursts are pulse waveforms
1.4 GHz = 1400 MHz

Electric current flows through the gasses

Terrestrial Gamma Ray flashes produce weaker radio bursts occurring up to several thousandths of a second before or after the TGF. A TGF actually represents the individual lightning bolt associated with it.

Famous neon nova 2012

Emerging Superfluid Cosmology: Birkeland current electrical filaments and jets inside interacting symmetrical and asymmetrical vacuum flux tubes with associated magnetic fields, magnetic ropes, and magnetized plasma bubbles:

Galaxy Flux Tubes:

 Flux tube radio galaxy 3C353 is wrongly believed to have a black hole at the empty center.

Flux tube radio lobes in galaxy

 Galaxy Cluster Flux Tubes

Supernova Flux Tubes:

The crab nebula flux tube

Flux Tube Nebula or Ring Nebula M57 - by Electric Universe Thunderbolts - Steve Smith at EU Thunderbolts writes "A neon lamp that emits light only at the excitation frequency of a specific gas is a correct nebula model."

Jupiter's moon Io is connected by a lightning bolt of electricity inside a huge rotating flux tube

Molecular Clouds and Nebula Flux Tubes

Flux tube molecular cloud
Orion molecular cloud complex

Protostellar Flux Tubes

 Protostars streaming inside an evaporating gaseous globule and hydrogen filament that connects to a flux tube where two opposite jets are pinched to form a new star.

Emissions and Fluorescence of Excited Atoms:

Magnetic Flux Tube Ropes, Kinks and Knots:

Magnetic flux tube ropes

 Close up of magnetic flux tubes in the galaxy filaments shown below:

Flux Tubes in Spiral Arm Filaments of Galaxies:

 Filamentary spiral arms of galaxies are made of scaleable sized flux tubes

Animation of massive star formation on a bubble cavity with magnetic flux.

Let's take a closer look near the recent faint radio burst 121102:

Photo was rotated to align with all the others to examine the nearby location for predicted helium filaments and neon gas in bubble cavities. LBN 794 has thick knotty filaments extending the closest to the location of FRB 121102.

Electrical filaments shown near the detection location of FRB 121102 likely extend into the region.
FRB 121102 was detected at a location very slightly beyond the upper left region of this photo of the nearby emission nebula IC 410.
Magellanic stream of ionized hydrogen plasma gas.

 All four FRB's (marked as red asterisks) can be seen to be located at or near possible intersections of vast galactic filaments produced by supernovas connecting to the milky way galaxy, and are not random sky emissions as believed:

Helium-Neon Holograms

This cosmology produces all kinds of holograms, including ultraviolet holograms.

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NASA states that interstellar gas motions generates electric currents. These electric currents excite abundant helium gas, that excites neon atoms in cosmic flux tubes, to produce lasers with the 1400 MHz flux that matches all faint radio burst flux.

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