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Wikipedia still defines a photon as a fundamental particle. What nonsense is this??
Any energy pulse wave that moves at the speed of light, cannot contain matter but is comprised of 100% 3D electromagnetic flux.
Must we waste another decade of mathematically ignoring the magnetic forces that hold the universe together instead of getting on and finding what makes cosmic systems spin and spiral together??CliveS
Despite this obvious magnetic connection cosmologists preferred to believe that stars were just rotated by chance at creation; as spin is not a gravity related force.
Today Monday 19th August Yahoos third story is entitled "Mystery at heart of our galaxy" This discusses the pulsar PSR-J1745-2900 which is near Sagittarius A* at the heart of the local galaxy. Their research at Max Planck Institute seems to confirm strong large magnetic fields in the region. These surely must be taken into account when trying to understand the balanced workings of our universe. We cant just ignore the electromagnetic effects!
... Why can’t they just accept the obvious conclusion that there are electric fields in space which must be accounted for in their calculations.
... Dlorde, it seems every time a new particle is needed then one is found, but there are plenty from space but they don’t seem to fit.
Alan, I thought Einstein supersedes Newton on the subject of gravity. So can objects in orbit have a true rotational energy when Force is not involved?
Firstly, there must be a common God given time throughout the universe
Thirdly, as all baryonic matter is enclosed in negative electron shells on planets and in space we can be sure that we are negatively charged.
The stars and sun therefore must be composed of positively charged anti-matter; meaning their matter is enclosed in positron shells.
The WMAP results are I believe based on Ghz readings of emissions of starlight from throughout the universe so they can only measure the matter or rather the antimatter that glows.
Why the WMAP interpreters would hypothesize that there is five times more dark matter than real baryonic matter is a complete mystery;
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There is no conventional nucleus, however, so there is no need to have a special force to hold a nucleus together, which is a big change.
Dlorde seems upset by what I have written and seems to take it far too seriously. The analogy on cheese is just so much over the top but it could just as easily be applied to the model that is so rightly defended with vigour.
WMAP have identified that magnetic force which is 22.2 times more powerful than gravity.
dlorde,That figure is for inside molecules!
I am interested in the new physics of the macro universe where pretending that magnetic forces are irrelevant is causing cosmologists problems