Monday, September 2, 2013

Ultracold Lab Atom Patterns Matches CMB Explainable By Electromagnetic Plasma Big Bang Cosmology

The Big bang was an electromagnetic plasma shock wave near absolute zero temperature. Ultracold atom lab results by Chin match the CMB patterns, to prove that gravity did not compact everything together into a theoretically required hot singularity. The big bang was not hot, and practically everything purported about it is wrong. Dark energy cannot be real without a hot big bang.
 All atoms become collective behaving as friction free superconductors of electricity at their own particular extremely low temperature. Electromagnetism was ruling and shaping everything before the big bang even happened. Magnetic charges in magnetricity are always found in equal ratio amounts to electric charges, that are common in outer space as complex plasmas. Magnetic currents likely causes the observable gravitational pull or pseudo force in special relativity, that pulls everything towards the inferred spinning objects center of charge or mass.

CMB anomalies are colder regions where very cold thin vast gaseous filaments, called the mysterious cold spots, anciently preexisted the big bang 

 A sudden phase change triggered the Big bang, and the best way to find the answers is to start by identifying those atomic elements. Gaseous into superfluid He4, and the super solid phase change, results by helium crystallization under varying temperatures, pressures, and magnetic field strengths. He4 fluid motions are collective and extremely difficult to detect in labs. He4 comprised black holes mathematically analog and mimic real or unreal black holes. Abundant gaseous helium most certainly will condense, crystallize, spin, and produce strong magnetic fields and vortex structures, just as galaxies do with AGN centers under similar conditions. Collisions between cold and hot gaseous clouds create charges that form Birkeland currents that magnetically confines plasma vortex filaments, producing planetary lightning, electricity, magnetic fields, and terrestial gamma rays. Cold molecular filamentary clouds interact with warmer dusty regions to form and shape galaxies, and cosmic phenomena. Superfluid helium mimics and analogs in labs all phenomena produced from those phony gravitational black holes.

 Fictional black holes do not even eat hot gas, but feed and thrive on extremely cold gas. That's why our milky ways spinning black hole is something like a superfluid behaving complex plasma largely comprised of helium 3 and 4. Atractive accretion or dispersion of cold superfluid droplets resemble the fractal vortex spray of atoms comprising the spinning filamentary cosmic web of the universe.  Very little hot gas is actually close to the black hole, defying gravity theories of hot gas contracting to the center. Scientist's findings are that less than 1 percent of hot gas is being eaten by our galaxy. All the radiation and phenomena arises outside the center of the galaxy, in the accretion disk. Extremely low energy output of Sag A is because gravity does not form black holes. Dogmatic institutional scientists cannot accept change of ancient gravity theories of Newton and Einstein. 

A pulsar just 1/3 light year away from the milky ways black hole Sag A, has a magnetic field of 2.6 milligauss. Scientists say that the magnetic field prevents a black hole from consuming matter. They also say that the magnetic field could be 200 gauss next to the black hole.  In other words, magnetic fields alone at the galaxy center can explain away gravitational black holes.

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