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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Planck Scale Quantum Gravity Theories Are Wrong Space is Smooth Not Foamy Frothy Bubbly

The planck scale quantum foam bubbly frothy fabric, presumed to fill the vacuum in outer space, has been proven again to not be real. Practically all quantum gravity theories requires the existence of the quantum foam to unite quantum mechanics and general relativity.  Without the quantum foam, quantum gravity is extremely seriously refuted, and the big-bang gravity theories suffer another substantial blow with nothing ever to show.
Robert Nemiroff of Michigan Technological University finds by studying gamma ray bursts, that space is smooth, not foamy.
Gamma-ray burst GRB






there's no such thing as a space fabric foam

there is no bending of gamma rays proving the quantum foam is phony
The paths of gamma rays traveling for billions of years in outer space would bend, rather than be found traveling straight, if the phony quantum foam actually filled outer space. Quantum gravity is phony science, and the lack of the planck scale only further proves that electromagnetism is shaping and ruling the universe.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Fractal Filaments Form Multiple Star Births in the Phoenix Galaxy Cluster on a Fractal Cosmic Scale

The discovery of a "Red and Dead Galaxy" resurrecting itself back to life near the center of the Phoenix Galaxy Cluster, defies the commonly accepted big-bang cosmology theory. Astronomers are shocked and bewildered, and admitting they "may be forced to change their ideas on how galaxy clusters and their galaxies evolve." Astronomer Ryan Foley at Harvard university says "this is the size, type, and age of galaxy that shouldn't be producing stars at such a rapid pace." "It's very extreme." "It pushes the boundaries of what we understand." "It could be just a short-lived phase that every galaxy cluster has, and we just got lucky here to see it." McDonald says "there's lots of very hot hydrogen gas between galaxies." "When that gas cools to near absolute zero (near the centers of galaxies) the gas can form stars." 

Phoenix galaxy cluster's ultra-cold core region with ONE HUGE FILAMENT (shown above) that is forming streaming stars. Scientists state black holes are not necessary to explain the starbursts and enormous amounts of x-rays. Extremely hot gas flows into the galaxy cluster along interconnecting intergalactic filaments, where it condenses and cools to form stars and galaxies.

Cosmologists agree that on small scales (tens of millions of light years) matter in the universe is highly clustered. The standard model can only hold true if the universe transitions to an even distribution of matter (homogeneity) on larger scales. Many argue the universe never becomes homogenous and is clustered on all scales like fractals. The big-bang theory is wrong if the Universe is fractal and clustered at larger scales.
Phoenix Cluster (the feature NASA story)
Galaxies form their stars by plentiful hot intergalactic gaseous filaments cooling and condensing hydrogen gas inflows near their ultra-cold centers to form spiral arms. Hydrogen and helium gases form into a superliquid or supersolid "superstate" that can superconduct electricity at these extremely cold temperatures. NASA rocket fuel experimental photos show dusty particles clumping together and attaching to solid hydrogen floating on liquid helium. There is strong evidence supporting the fractal self-similarity of stars, galaxies, and galaxy clusters in a hierarchical fractal universe.
  Is there liquid helium and solid hydrogen in the core region of the Phoenix galaxy cluster? The outermost layer of the galaxy cluster's luminous center is the highest temp plasma 10^7 - 10^8 K. The intercluster medium cools towards its center, from 1/2 to 1/3 the outer layer temperature. Wikipedia: Galaxy Cluster "Intracluster" Medium. The very center of a galaxy cluster cannot be observed. Despite gravitational theories, the galaxy cluster's center likely reaches near absolute zero, and is largely composed of solid and liquid hydrogen and helium exotic transitional quantum superstates, undergoing condensed matter phase changes.  The belief of a central galaxy observed in a galaxy cluster is merely our viewing alignment entirely having only a gravitational interpretation. 
Solid ultra-cold hydrogen particles floating in liquid helium
Frozen solid hydrogen particles floating in a liquid helium bath clump together like galaxies in a galaxy cluster. The solid hydrogen particles have an elongated bar like structure common for spiral galaxies.
Liquid helium


A Universe of Liquid Helium and a Magnetic Field by Richard Haley at Lancaster University

Crystal phase changes challenges the big-bang theory by James Quach of melbourne's school of physics - All crystals have cracks, defects, and crevices. Quasicrystals have special spacial patterns. Quantum graphity suggests that space is composed of indivisible building blocks like tiny atoms that are similar to screen image pixels. Plasmas behave like superfluids, and as the liquid universe cools, it crystallizes out structures like galaxies and stars into three spacial dimensions, and one time dimension. Cracks similar to when water freezes into ice form filamentary patterns. Andrew Greentree of RMIT university says "some of these defects might be visible."  A likely place for such a defect could be a galaxy cluster. Crystal defects not only conduct electricity in quantum dots, but also serve as condensation nuclei during crystallization. Water suddenly freezes when the first initial crystal forms into ice, and a condensation nuclei defect provides the liquid a far larger surface area to seed the solution.
Big-bang crystallization 

Phoenix galaxy cluster's enormously vast multiple filaments 







The Phoenix local group dwarf galaxy
The phoenix dwarf galaxy has an inner part of young stars running in an east-west direction, and an outer part mostly of old stars that is running north-south. There is an extremely large neutral hydrogen H I filament believed connecting to the Phoenix galaxy cluster. H I regions effectively absorb photons that are energetic enough to ionize hydrogen, which requires an energy of 13.6 electron volts. Source: Phoenix dwarf galaxy (Wikipedia)
Repeated outbursts from powerful jets near the center of the Perseus galaxy cluster create giant cavities that produce sound waves with ultra-deep "B flat" note pitch 57 octaves below middle C, which keeps the gas hot. There are times this sound stops in the Phoenix galaxy cluster, indicating the jets aren't strong enough to heat the gas and prevent it from cooling to form stars.




Thursday, August 16, 2012

30 Doradus Tarantula Nebula and Star Clusters Interact Merge Differently by Plasma Filaments Instead of by Gravity

Elena Sabbi's team of the Space Telescope Science Institute was looking for runaway stars, and noticed that there is not just one massive star cluster shining brightly in the huge star forming region at the center of the 30 Doradus Tarantula nebula, as commonly accepted by gravitational, conventional, traditional, institutionally held beliefs. Now instead they will finally start looking for many interacting star clusters and filaments in 30 Doradus where stars are forming, after having found merely the first of two huge interacting star clusters in the largest known star forming region near our galaxy.

Two star clusters found interacting by filaments
Sabbi states in the paper "A Double Cluster at the Core of 30 Doradus" that "this finding is consistent with the predictions of models of hierarchical fragmentation of turbulent giant molecular clouds"  (that are actually hierarchical self-similar fractal ionized molecular plasma clouds). 
30 Doradus Tarantula nebula Filaments


Elena Sabbi says "the distribution of low-mass stars in 30 Doradus is not spherical shaped" (as would be expected for gravity star forming models) "but instead has features similar to two interacting merging galaxies having elongated shapes." This is strong evidence for scalable fractal plasma structures, as first proposed by Hannes Alfven for a cosmic triple jump. 
Hannes Alfven proposed the cosmic triple jump in his paper "Interstellar Clouds and the Formation of Stars"
Fractal Geometric Star Clusters, Nebulae, and Galaxies

Elena Sabbi's team interpretation to explain how many young stars are outside 30 Doradus where they could not have initially formed, is that the runaway "low-mass stars may have been ejected at very high velocity from the center of the star cluster."  The conventional gravity interpretation is wrong for forming star clusters, because most stars would not be ejected from the center, but would collide by gravity with other stars, releasing observable explosions of light and energy equally supernovas. No stars have ever been observed to collide in a star cluster. Plasma astrophysics explains shows how interconnecting fractal filaments are responsible for these wrongly labelled "runaway stars." Stars are known to form and stream inside vast filaments like beads on filamentary strings. All stars are where they are for a reason, and do not require an excuse that they have been ejected from the center of a star cluster.  The "tidal tail gravity" theory has often been cited by astronomers to explain puzzling observations, and is entirely based upon electromagnetic mathematical equations derived mostly by Kip Thorne's model to conform with accepted relativity. Kip Thorne says that "tidal gravity" is the electric field, and the "frame-dragging" that warps space is the magnetic field.  The runaway stars were not ejected, but are under an applied electric field that stretches and pulls, forming the long tidal tails. Electricity is entirely, blatantly being neglected to explain cosmic phenomena like magnetic fields around molecular nebula clouds comprised of 99.999% ionized plasmas. Plasma is a good conductor of electricity in outer space. Magnetic fields are considered to produce effects, which are called frame-dragging in relativity as a way out of gravity problems. Electric currents, electric fields, and magnetic fields are all perpendicular to each other.  Galaxies show these forces operating by having perpendicular pattern shapes in spiral arms, jets, and dusty gas disks. Superconductive states of hydrogen and helium being discovered, when applied to stars, further confirms an electromagnetic macroscopic universe. 
The Hall Effect - superconduction of electricity along 3 perpendicular force directions



X-ray of 30 Doradus Tarantula Nebula
Tarantula nebula fractal patterns

30 Doradus and the background galaxy NGC 2070



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