Cold Gas Filaments Swirl Into a Singularity to Feed Growing "Black Holes" finds Kyle Stewart.
"Sloshing Cold Fronts in Galaxy Groups like IC 1860 Shape New Formation Models"
It's All "Hot Air" That Galaxies Form by Gravity!!The previous standard gravity model of galaxy formation held that hot gas sank inwards into the centers of galaxies from all directions and got hotter. Cold-Mode theory shows gas is not being heated by gravitational contraction and collapse. New cosmological models require the existence of superfluid helium as constituents for the formation of stars and galactic black hole inferred centers. The phase change of liquid to superfluid helium just below 2.17 degrees Kelvin involves no latent heat, nor any specific volume change. No heat is released by the cold gaseous filament during the phase change of helium.
Kostas Skenderis links Negatively Curved Space-Time and Flat Space-Time, with the Gregory Laflamme instability. New Mathematical Model Links Negatively Curved Space-Time and Flat Space-Time
The Gregory Laflamme instability grows stronger by spin and rotation, breaking up a large superfluid helium comprised black hole into many smaller self-similar fractal droplets. It is a phase change resembling a stream of water breaking up into water droplets, or superfluid helium. Black holes were discovered to break apart into smaller ones, which remained unexplainable until recent discoveries are applied to cosmology.