Monday, May 12, 2014

Superfluid Cosmic Web Spider Galaxy Filaments Shapes the Universe

Spider galaxies are found everywhere in the ancient early universe, says big-bang astronomers. These are what galaxies look like when they are first forming their stars. Star and galaxy formation has undoubtably been happening for at least trillions of years, rather than 14 billion for the big-bang theory. Telescope resolution and magnification improvements in the future will see cosmic structures at far greater distances than allowed for in the big-bang.
Spider Galaxies Comprise the Ancient Cosmic Web With a Superfluid Two Fluid Flow Magnetohydrodynamic Component of Filaments, without any dark matter attachments.

Superfluid cosmology and the quantum macroscopic zero spin state of 4He, explains away phony devised black holes. The zero spin singularity is manifest in both a quantum and macroscopic scale by Helium 4.  A nobel prize winning Kapitza spider lab experiment with 3He, currently models the ancient farthest most distant newly forming spider galaxies. Galaxies are without gravitational centers, but have magnetic currents holding everything together. The galaxy rotation curve is exactly explained as observed by quantized spin angular orbital velocity, and without foolish formal dark matter dogmatism accepted as second and third hand hearsay by the public trolls.
 Spider Galaxies are called primordial and ancient, and are newly forming galaxies at the farthest observable distances from earth.

Quantized Electric Current Vortices Connect to Spin Centers in Galaxy Superfluid

Superfluid 3Helium Turbulent Flow with a Counterflow Component shaped by Quantized Spin Electric Current Carrying Vortices

Stable matter-antimatter particles called tetraquarks refute all standard physics and quantum models including the big-bang cosmology.

Antimatter-Matter is Everywhere in the Universe in Quantum Particles, Stars, Galaxies

Black Holes as Magnetic Charge Monopoles and Magnetricity - Magnetic Current Electromagnetic black holes

1 comment:

  1. WOW! Never knew spiders could be so cool! Thanks, Kanye!


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