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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

3D Light Mobius Strip Explains the Milky Way's Twist at the Center Without Black Holes

Birkeland currents twist together two ends of a Mobius strip located at the center of our galaxy, to form the galaxy's double layer plasma torus.

3D Light Mobius Strip Made in the Lab Explains the Milky Way's Twist at the Center Refuting Black Hole Theory

A Twisted Ring at the Milky Way's Center  (Paper)

Mobius strip shape of the twisted ring at the center of the milky way galaxy
A Klein bottle is a one-sided topographical surface without an inside nor outside. Three dimensional space can be mathematically represented by an infinite number of mobius strips with self-intersections. Galaxies have electromagnetic circuits that connect together two ends of mobius strips by Birkeland currents. Birkeland currents have these self-intersections of electric currents twisted together into filamentary helical knots, by helical magnetism z-pinching plasmas by magnetic fields.

Magnetic Levitation of a Superconductor Over a Mobius Strip

The double layered galaxy plasma torus comprised of two interconnected ends of a Mobius strip could produce magnetic levitating clouds, bubbles, and stars.
Magnetic Levitation of gas clouds near phony black hole

Mobius Strips form a Klein bottle that punctures to form a Singularity at the center, wrongfully believed to be a black hole at galaxy centers.

Mobius strips are fractal fibonacci light-matter interacting structural revealing phenomena that reveals how galaxies interact with Plasma Toruses, Bubbles, and Jets

In a 2 dimensional BEC superfluid a circular bubble deforms into an ellipse and splits into fragments with vortices, by the Magnus effect. In 3 dimensions a spherical bubble deforms into toruses with quantized spin resonant vortex rings.

Mrk 231 Plasma torus
The Sombrero galaxy dusty torus disk structure is aligned edge-on to our view

The Little Sombrero galaxy torus is edge-on aligned
Mobius strip predicted structure of Carbon 

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

Type II SUPERCONDUCTORS constrain the magnetic field in FILAMENTS surrounded by vortex currents.
Superfluid helium is a type II superconductor that carries angular momentum by electric currents in quantized vortices