The missing matter that has to be there to account for the “fast” rotation of the Milky Way’s arms is missing.
Recent measurements of the velocities of stars within 13,000 light-years of the Sun have allowed astronomers to calculate the total mass of the matter in that volume. “‘The amount of mass that we derive matches very well with what we see—stars, dust and gas—in the region around the Sun,’ says [European Southern Observatory] team leader Christian Moni Bidin…. ‘But this leaves no room for the extra material—dark matter—that we were expecting.’”
As the press release states: “The blue halo of material surrounding the galaxy [shown above] indicates the expected distribution of the mysterious dark matter, which was first introduced by astronomers to explain the rotation properties of the galaxy and is now also an essential ingredient in current theories of the formation and evolution of galaxies. New measurements show that the amount of dark matter in a large region around the Sun is far smaller than predicted and have indicated that there is no significant dark matter at all in our neighbourhood.”
Most of the mass of the Milky Way (and of most spiral galaxies) is in the central bulge. If stars in the arms were revolving under the gravitational influence of what we see, they would slow down with distance from the center. Instead, the stars have fairly constant velocities. It’s called the “flat rotation curve.” (Astronomers can’t make up their minds whether to consider a galaxy a thing in itself, which rotates, or an assembly of stars, which revolve.) The accepted gravitational solution is to assert that there “must be” a halo of dark matter around the Milky Way placed “just so” as to cause the constant velocities. The dark matter is astronomers’ ideal substance: it projects only a gravitational force but not a trace of anything electromagnetic, so it can’t be seen. It’s anti-plasma!
Now the “must be” is colliding with the “what we see.” “‘Despite the new results, the Milky Way certainly rotates much faster than the visible matter alone can account for…. Our results contradict the currently accepted models.’” If astronomy were a science, “contradict” would mean “falsify,” and astronomers would start over. They would consider alternative hypotheses and other assumptions. But this would undermine textbooks, discredit papers, and jeopardize professorships.
The accepted model has many knobs that can be twiddled and components that can be swapped out. It’s better to get a grant to twiddle and to swap out: add a paragraph to the text, amend a paper, get a promotion. The model is not so much a theory of dark matter as a guarantee of job security. The dark condition of matter fits this dark age of science. The priests of orthodox astronomy copy ancient assumptions into new manuscripts illuminated with flourishes of excuse-making but devoid of groundbreaking thought.
One alternative from different assumptions—different from gravity—is the lab-based simulations of Anthony Peratt. He has shown that interacting Birkeland currents( plasmauniverse.info/AtHomeIn.html ) will rotate around each other( plasmauniverse.info/two-galaxies.html ) at a constant velocity, trailing plasma behind them into spiral “arms.” More plasma will accumulate between them into a “bulge” that eventually swallows the currents. Is an interaction like this at the galactic scale the motive force of galactic rotation?
Analogy is not homology, as the biologists like to point out, but a scientific investigation of the matter would at least look into it.
Alles is zwart dark en meer van die onzin bij rolstoelers komme doordat ze te veel in hoofd zitten met math rotzooi.
In an Electric Universe, impossible “black holes” are explained as plasmoids, which store the electromagnetic energy feeding the galaxy in a very compact volume.
Zwarte gaten zijn eigenlijk lichtgaten de zg Tesla bollen.
There are more globular clusters around the Milky Way than there ought to be.
Stars form along filaments of electric current that flow through, into, and out of our galaxy. Studies of galactic magnetic fields show that the same process takes place to a greater or lesser extent in every galaxy. A recent Picture of the Day discussed another group of objects in association with the Milky Way, dwarf galaxies. It was noted that theories of galactic evolution suggest there should be far more of them than there actually are.
Another stellar assemblage, globular clusters, also defies conventional theories. In their case, it is their existence that is questionable. Why are they there? Some globular clusters, such as Omega Centauri, contain hundreds of thousands of stars, yet gravitational models of the cosmos would suggest that they should not be spherical.
M14, shown above, and its globular companions, “hover” over both hemispheres of our galaxy like a “swarm of bees,” as one astronomer put it. An October 19, 2011 press release from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) announced the discovery of a few more of them, bringing the total number to 148. What causes them to retain their globular shapes when they must have completed thousands of orbits around the galactic nucleus by now?
Gravitational theory demands that the tidal forces acting on the clusters in their orbits as they pass through the plane of the Milky Way would disrupt the spheres, leaving a collection of stars that is more open or chaotic than the symmetrical balls that we see.
Tightly-bound concentrations of stars in orbits forming a sphere surround the nuclei of many galaxies. The velocities of those stars are conventionally attributed to a massive, or “super massive,” black hole at the very center of the sphere. In an Electric Universe, impossible “black holes” are explained as plasmoids( www.holoscience.com/news.php?article=2m1r5m3b ), which store the electromagnetic energy feeding the galaxy in a very compact volume. As the well-known equation relating mass to electromagnetic energy explains, the plasmoid will exhibit an intense gravitational field.
The scalability of plasma phenomena allows us to see globular clusters as small-scale galactic nuclei. Astrophysicists have already suggested that globular clusters may contain small black holes to account for their stellar velocities. Such a model fits well with Halton Arp’s observation that galactic nuclei eject core material, which evolves into companion galaxies.
It seems that globular clusters are “seeds” flung out of galactic cores or “mini galaxies” born in more dense star-forming regions of its parent. It is significant therefore that the very active galaxy, M87, has 13,000 globular clusters compared to the Milky Way’s 148.
The “unusual behavior” of stars, star clusters, and galaxies can be explained if astronomers would recognize the activity of electricity in space. There are extremely sensitive detectors in orbit right now that are capable of increasing awareness, but instead they are being used to generate more mysteries. The electric motors of the stars and galaxies could have been charted years ago. Perhaps a more attentive study of globular clusters, since they are closer and more visible, will add to our understanding of galactic nuclei.
"De Keshe Stichting is een onafhankelijke non-profit en non-religieuze organisatie gesticht door nucleair ingenieur M.T. Keshe.
Het doel is om nieuwe wetenschappelijke kennis en nieuwe technologie te schenken aan de mensheid, alsook om nieuwe oplossingen voor de aardse problemen te verschaffen, zoals hongersnood, water tekorten, voorziening in electrische energie, klimaat verandering, fatale ziekten, door het gebruik van nieuwe types plasma reactoren, en om de mensheid de vrijheid te geven de ruimte te verkennen."
This web page gives a new insight into the energy production capabilities of the systems.The technology behind the development of this reactor goes back to basic understanding of the laws of physics. The concept of creation of energy for this reactor is on the basis of the understanding of the cooperation, interaction and application of the atomic structure of the gases and matters up on each other.
The principal of the behavior of gases and liquids in the environment has been studied and catalogued in detail over the past decades. This is an important factor in development of any energy system, which has to be portable and light, but at the same time flexible, energetic and functional for it to be used for its merit in any system. This being used for power production, gravity or anti-gravity, shielding and medical use and so forth.
For this system to be able to take advantage of above criteria it is important to use Hydrogen as the primary catalyst.
In 2005 Prof. Dr. ir. Marc Van Overmeire of the Univertity of Brussels (VUB), on request of FLAG, (Flanders Aerospace Group) looked into an energy concept of ir. Keshe, resulting in next evaluation (download the pdf), mentioning that the concepts behind the energy production of feasible.
THE USE OF THE SYSTEM AS AN ENERGY SOURCE
This system is a fully integrated Electro-Nuclear-Magnetic power generator. The system, at its core, will be a creator of magnetic field forces that man is used to as part of the magnetic fields of the earth. The unit generates magnetic fields that can pass through tissues and atoms without affecting their characteristics.
Wat vinden jullie zo geweldig aan symboliek in standbeelden en logos enzo...
Wat schiet je ermee op? Helemaal niks..
De taal maakt, door haar ontledende omschrijving het oneindige eindig; symbolen kunnen het omgekeerde doen. (niet van me zelf, komt in volgende mysterie artikel)
Door er na te kijken en er zelf wat mee te doen, in mijn geval ben ik bezig gegaan met dat boek van Robert Lawlor "Sacred Geometry" begon er (zeer langzaam ben niet zo snel ) een nieuwe wereld open te gaan.
Als ik het in woorden zou moeten omschrijven "een bewustzijn van beelden" nu denken we ook in beelden als je de psychologie mag geloven dus voor mij was dat een soort van thuis komen.
Wat ik er mee opgeschoten ben is een soort van rust in mijn hoofd die voor mij erg prettig is om mee te leven, het nadeel ervan vond ik dat de beelden mij vaak heel wat anders zeggen dan de woorden die men gebruikt.