Electrical Charged Superfluid Plasma Cosmology
Superfluid vacuum medium centers for particles, atoms, stars, galaxies, hyperclusters
Sunday, February 2, 2014
Dirac's Cosmology of Naturally Occuring Free Monopoles and Antimatter is Believed To Exist Everywhere in the Universe
An Antimatter and matter universe existing together throughout the microcosm and macrocosm.
Antimatter is.everywhere in cosmic structures: HolographicGalaxy Popular Story Link
The new Nature paper on Observation of Dirac Monopoles:
Dirac strings are unphysical artifacts that are uaed for dark matter filament attachments
Quantized vortices in superfluid helium
Antimatter filled voids
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