Friday, March 23, 2012

Rectangular Geometric Oriented Galaxies Reveals the Sacred EM Golden Mean Phi

Rectangular dwarf galaxy has inner disk of star formation

the eighth rectangular galaxy has been discovered

Graham at Swinburne University of Technology says "LEDA 074886 dwarf galaxy formed from the merger of two disc galaxies, like a couple of pancakes stacked on top of each other." "It appears rectangular from the side." "Clearly this is a rare type of event but not entirely new." So far a total of eight rectangular galaxies have been cataloged in a survey of millions of galaxies.

red square nebula MWC 922
The "emerald diamond cut" dwarf galaxy LEDA 074886 has both a rectangular geometric outline and an inner disk of star formation.
nearby rectangular Barnard dwarf galaxy NGC 6822 

BEC quantum honeycomb pancake shaped atom clouds formed by lasers analogs magnetically confined galaxy with 3 arms and spinning vortices
NGC 3628
Red rectangle nebulae HD 44179 is a dying star ejecting outer gas layers and is precisely aligned locally with earth

Our milky way galaxy has a distinct SQUARE appearance like the Pinwheel galaxy M101. The logical conclusion is that geometric shaped galaxies are common in the universe, and must be a rare alignment, to see the entire geometric galactic shape from the location of observation.  Most galaxies are believed to have about 3 spiral arms, and these are straight arms when viewed along a line of sight.

Pinwheel galaxy M101 has square arms like our milky way

Graham writes in "Leda 074886: A remarkable rectangular-looking galaxy" about other rectangular galaxies
1) "the spiral galaxy SDSS J 074018.17+282756.3 has a rather squarish-looking spiral-armed interior."
2) "a squarish expanding shell of young blue stars in local dwarf Sextans A irregular galaxy."
3) "blue compact dwarf galaxy VCC 1699 rectangular galaxy."
4) "rectangular bow-tie shaped galaxy NGC 4488."
5) "the closest match is the relative luminous rectangular galaxy IC 3370."

Sextans A irregular local dwarf is square shaped
NGC 4488

geometric light shapes of the Sombrero galaxy
the Sombrero galaxy has different hidden geometric outlines shapes when viewed by different wavelengths using x-rays, visible, and infrared light.
PHI shaped Phi Persei binary star system
first large binocular telescope findings show geometric shaped star motions.
4 stars in the Orion Trapezium clusters form geometric motion patterns over their last 15 years of movements showing they interact and were born together. Stars are moving apart from each other, completely defying gravitational theories of star formation, and requiring new explanations of far stronger electromagnetic forces of spin and angular momentum than weak gravity.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Quantum Criticality Phase Transition Mathematically Analogues Black Holes and Scales Cosmic Phenomena

Quantum critical phase transitions mathematically explains black holes, and universally scales cosmic phenomena.  Cesium atoms transform from a gas to a superfluid near absolute zero.
the shadow cast by ultracold quantum critical atoms

ultracold atoms density profile

Fractal size scale invariance laws are the same for cosmological phenomenon

Universal scaling symmetry using 2 dimensional atoms:

Fractal structures manifest self-similar structures whether magnified 10, 1,000. or trillions of times. Scale invariance means that the properties and laws of physics of a given phenomemon will remain the same, irregardless how much its size is expanded or contracted. This contrasts sharply with everyday normal worldly life, where the dynamics are constantly changing dramatically. In "Quantum fractals at the border of magnetism" "Scaling refers to the fact that the mathematics that describe the electronic relationships are similar to what describes fractals. The relationships it describes are the same, regardless of whether the scale is small or large. High temperature superconductivity arises out of quantum critical points, typically at the border of magnetism. The fermi-volume is the combined momenta or wavelengths of all the electrons in a crystalline solid. The fermi-volume crossover width on the temperature reveals particular quantum-critical fractal scaling properties regarding electronic excitations.

Ultracold Chin Lab at University Chicago

Theoretical work by Sachdev has revealed a deep mathematical connection between how subatomic quantum particles behave near a quantum critical point and the gravitational dynamics supplied by electromagnetism of phony black holes. Quantum criticality emerges only in the vicinity of a quantum phase transition. Atoms chilled to near absolute zero behave like seemingly unrelated natural systems of vastly different scales, offering insights into links between the atomic realms and cosmological phenomena. The phenomenon was observed in their lab when temperatures reached below 10 nano-Kelvin or -459 degrees F.  Chin says "we can simulate the evolution of the early universe and cosmological phenomena like black holes." "What we record on camera is essentially a shadow cast by the atoms."
 A black hole near absolute zero is a condensed matter phase transition

optical black hole transforms galaxy 
Zhang - Continous index photon traps CIPT control, slow, and trap light similar to black holes, strange attractors, and gravitational lenses. This equivalence between the motion of stars in curved space-time and propagation of the light in optical metamaterials is the "optical-mechanical analogue analogy of Einstein's general relativity and gravitational theory. The twisting of optical metamaterial space-time into new coordinates where starlight curves like from a gravitational lensing potential, is called transformational optics.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Gravitational Lensed Quasars are Holograms Projected by Metallic Nano-lensing of Filaments

Plasmonic nano-lens quasar shaped hologram

Hubble finds 3 new quasar gravitational lenses

 New Hubble telescope images by Djorgovski shows three new quasar cases acting as a gravitational lens inside galaxies.  Full-color holograms produced by a new metallic nano-lensing technique by Kawata and Ozaki at RIKEN, far better explains how quasars are actually magnified holographic images projected through central galaxy filaments containing thin layers of metallic atoms organized by magnetic fields. Surface plasmons are collective oscillations of free electrons within metallic atoms that produce full-color holograms that can be viewed from any angle just like the original, says Kawata. Quasar gravitational lenses are rare observational findings requiring extremely rare line of sight filament alignments with galactic black holes acting as a magnifying superlens. Plasmonic quasar holograms can be observed from any angle, and appear just like a miniature solar system sized scaled down version of its larger parent host galaxy. 
Holographic Galaxy lensing of filaments

Long distance holographic image transfer through metallic nano-lensing produces magnified color holograms. A dipole object ( black hole having polarity) is near one end of the rod (galaxy filament) and the light energy travels through the resonating plasmon modes to the other end of the rod producing the quasar hologram. Phony supermassive black holes would not be powering tiny solar system sized quasars if they are magnified scaled down galaxy component holograms having enormous energy output powered and produced by lasers from larger plasma based parent galaxies.
Quasar holograms are laser powered metallic nano-lensed plasmons viewable from any 3-D orientation by plasmonic holography

Binary Quasars Interact Electromagnetically
Interacting binary quasars supply "excellent supporting evidence for the existence of Bostick's plasmoids and Electric Universe theory."

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Moving Atom Analogues Fractal Galaxy Structures

Observation of new images reveals fractal phenomena inherent in atoms, stars, and galaxies. All have self-similar structures, which should be conclusive proof that stars and galaxies are purely electromagnetic phenomena, and are analogs of moving diatomic molecules like oxygen or nitrogen, formed by an electric field over time, and not by quantum nor macroscopic gravity.

Molecular Nitrogen
Dimauro has imaged moving O2 and N2 molecules. This thin flat atomic disk has fractal self-similarity with galactic structures, such as both having a central "black hole" surrounded by corona bubbles, similar magnetic field distribution and electric field orientation, electron vortex, laser beams, jets, and angular momentum increasing towards the center. Dimauro found they can control the trajectory of the electron when it comes back to the molecule by adjusting the orientation of the laser that launches it. Dimauro states "you can use laser induced electron diffraction LIED to study individual atoms." Proteins will be next to study after these simple well known structures.
M82 electromagnetic field galaxy model

Electric Universe Galaxy Model

Milky Way Bubbles
A moving protostar mimics the fractal dimensional structural analogues of moving diatomic nitrogen or oxygen atoms, and entire galaxies. Collective streaming swarms of charged plasma particles compose galaxies. Atoms, stars, and galaxies all have thin flat spinning accretion disks, bipolar particle jets, electric currents, electric fields, magnetic fields, rescattered electron vortex rings, magnetized plasma bubbles, and emit similar patterns of x-rays gamma rays and radiation.  Actual size scales and distance measurements become relative, without any observational differences, when a fractal part of the whole contains the same kind and amount of information. Large mass protostars forming in plasma filaments rapidly supernova and are falsely believed to form a black hole.

Mathematics and art combine in nature to form fractals:
Molecular fractal of ruthenium and iron atoms that conducts electricity

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Abell 520 Dark Matter Core Explained as a Directional Aligned Filament Observation

Abell 520 galaxy cluster is lacking far too many galaxies to have a real dark matter core. Dark matter scientists strongly believe in the model where a dark matter galaxy cluster core forms by colliding galaxies, and the dark matter is always anchored to galaxies both before and after colliding. Astronomer James Jee of University of California says "this result is a puzzle." "Dark matter is not behaving as predicted, and its not obviously clear what is going on. It is difficult to explain this Hubble telescope observation with the current theories of galaxy formation and dark matter."  The dark matter scientists say this is "a result that basically everyone wished would go away." Studies of Abell 520 cast serious doubt on dark matter theories. Andisheh Mahdavi detected far too little galaxies behind the Abell 520 galaxy cluster in 2007, and NASA dismissed the findings, but cannot any longer. Mahdavi stated in 2007 that "there is no way that you could have cold dark matter piling up like this in a region with so few galaxies."


Mahdavi and Jee in "A Study of the Dark Core in Abell 520 wrote "Galaxy clusters form where filaments intersect. The dark core in Abell 520 is coincident with the location of the X-ray luminosity peak but is largely devoid of bright cluster galaxies." A thin narrow filament coincident with P3 is where 11 cluster galaxies could be embedded. The most apparent filament in Abell 520 might be the NE-SW structure traced by galaxies, X-rays, and mass. If another filament associated with Abell 520 is oriented along the LOS, its center should perhaps be near P3 because it corresponds to the approximate center of the large scale structure even with P3 excluded." "Data from 11 spectroscopic redshifts supports the hypothesis that a fortuitous superposition of a LOS line of sight filament is located near the dark core." "A thin filament coincident with the dark core might explain the gravitational lensing of such a peculiar substructure, the current supporting data (only 11 spectroscopic redshifts) does not provide sufficient statistics to convince us of the presence of such a thin, but long filament near the core."  It is a shame for science to reach this conclusion by citing insufficient statistics, ignoring their very own evidence.  They do not want to discredit currently popular and wrong dark matter theories and ruin their reputation for making money.
Abell 520 "dark matter" core may be associated with a filament aligned with the direction of observation and not be at the center of the galaxy cluster states Wikipedia on Abell 520. This rare observational line of sight alignment looking nearly straight through a vast long cosmic filament in Abell 520 casts extremely serious doubts on the current interpretation of the gravitational lens, and the need for any dark matter. All galaxy clusters presumed to have a dark matter core should appear devoid of galaxies when viewed through these connecting filaments. Cosmic filaments are known to connect together galaxies. There is no longer the need whatsoever to attach dark matter components to filaments.

Abell 520

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Earth's Huge Magnetosphere of Magnetized Plasma Supports a Plasma Cosmology Universe

Earth's Auroras are produced by the magnetotail
MIT scientist Egedal says the magnetotail of earth's magnetosphere is believed to be 1,000 times larger in size than previously believed. <MIT press release> Earth's huge magnetosphere is magnetized plasma. Supercomputer simulations at MIT show electrons are accelerated towards earth by the magnetotail that produces polar auroras. Egedal says "similar phenomena may be taking place in much bigger regions of magnetized plasma in outer space, such as the suns corona mass ejections, pulsars, and increasingly larger sized high energy objects in deep space." Michael Brown says "this will gain more and more acceptance, we have to go beyond the presently accepted picture of plasmas."

Hannes Alfven was the first to show how plasma scales by ever larger sizes, and suggested a galactic corona surrounds the galaxy. Fractal cosmic scale magnetized plasma structures most certainly  surround planets, stars, galaxies, superclusters, and far beyond the unimaginable humongous sizes of the Shawn Thomas hyperclusters.... New findings by MIT actually support a plasma universe model, and not the big-bang. Let's be honest. Scientists are now better informed about plasma, with MIT spending millions simply on a computer simulation, just to study what happens to these particles.  Few scientists still realize or accept the emerging truth that the entire magnetosphere and magnetotail is far more cosmologically significant and structurally larger than the earth, where the pseudo-force of gravity established the current big-bang cosmology that is almost entirely based on the Hubble receding galactic redshift misinterpretation of ionized hydrogen plasma.
Haanes Alfven's Plasma Cosmology Scaling of the Universe

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Type II SUPERCONDUCTORS constrain the magnetic field in FILAMENTS surrounded by vortex currents.

Type II SUPERCONDUCTORS constrain the magnetic field in FILAMENTS surrounded by vortex currents.
Superfluid helium is a type II superconductor that carries angular momentum by electric currents in quantized vortices