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Yes, in my theoretical rant, the boundless universe is filled with a limitless amount of wave energy.
This article estimates field strengths of up to 10,000 Gauss for NGC 4258 right at the event horizon: https://arxiv.org/pdf/0909.1207.pdfWow
Closer in, the magnetic field could be much stronger (the measurement was made in a part of the disk about 7.5 million kilometers from the center of the disk)So, as we move closer to the center of the SMBH, the magnetic field is stronger.
By the way, where did you get that number of 0.8c for the relativistic jet from a super-massive black hole?Halc have asked the same question and even had set the calculation:
There is a 10k sun-mass amount of material moving at 0.8c? How does it not exit the galaxy? That's well above escape velocity from 'high above the disc plane'.
Ghostly Gamma-ray Beams Blast from Milky Way's Center
The two beams, or jets, were revealed by NASA's Fermi space telescope. They extend from the galactic center to a distance of 27,000 light-years above and below the galactic plane.
The jets were produced when plasma squirted out from the galactic center, following a corkscrew-like magnetic field that kept it tightly focused.
It would take a tremendous influx of matter for the galactic core to fire up again. Finkbeiner estimates that a molecular cloud weighing about 10,000 times as much as the Sun would be required.
OK, that mentions a 10k solar mass cloud being required to get back into 'gulp' mode from its current 'sip' mode. No mention of anything moving at 0.8c mentioned. The detected bubble is faint (not massive), and is an effect from a 'gulp' perhaps a million years ago. The bubble extends to 27000 LY, so it's moving at best at 27 ly per 1000 years, hardly 0.8c.That brings me to the following critical issue with regards to The Virial Theorem and Dark Matter:
The jets, if fast moving material, are the produce of the current 'sip' mode. If they're a remnant of the big mass from a million years ago, the jets must be slow indeed to still be there.
Have you actually done some math that shows that measurement to be wrong?OK.
You can calculate the force that a magnetic field has on a charged particle using the following equation:Thanks for this explanation.
F = qvBsinθ, where
“F” is the resulting force in newtons
“q” is the charge in coulombs
“v” is the velocity in meters per second
“B” is the magnetic field strength in teslas (1 tesla = 10,000 gauss)
“sinθ” is the angle between the direction of the particle’s motion and the direction of the magnetic field lines
If one were to scan the entirety of the Earth, down to the quark (theoretically), would a computer be able to take this information and reverse time in this simulation?First, we cannot simulate (with any accuracy) even the simplest systems down to the quark. One cannot, for instance, predict where a single photon will be measured after passing through a double-slit setup, no matter how much we know about system.