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Paranormal Physics Space Ghost 06/13/2021 (Sun) 05:19:39 No.120
Misconception s are rampant in universal physics. The big bang was really the singular star supernova. All galaxies originate from this original supernova of the single universal star. Dark matter does not really have existence, it is an illusion caused by the gravitational remnant effect of the singular star supernova. Black holes do not exist, they are magnetars obscured by light deflected by universal expansion. Dark matter is supposed to compromise most matter in the universe, a misnomer caused by the super star supernova remnant magnetar which has a primordial effect on gravity and matter composition throughout the universe. Dark matter appears to be the majority of matter, in essence, because most matter is not visible as light will never reach earth from places in different directional scales of universal expansion originating from the singular star supernova. As the super star supernova caused a divided smaller class of super stars to fuse which supernovas created each galaxy, one per super star supernova. The non singular second generation of super stars erupting in supernova caused the magnetar in galactic centers to appear as black holes as well as causing the anomaly of non existent dark matter. This is all obviously self evident. Black holes are magnetar. The big bang was a singular star supernova. Dark matter is an illusory phenomenon resultant from magnetars which causes light to bend.
In conclusion any true physicist must have faith in the singular star supernova and black magnetar magic.
This leads to the concept of a galactic center, possibly and probably outside of the light horizon for earth.
If dark matter comprises approximately 85% of matter in the universe it can be deduced the size of the universe optically measurable amounts to 15% of the existing universe of infinity.
If dark matter composes approximately 27% of the mass-energy-density in the universe it can be deduced that the milky way is within half of the radius from the center of the universe as density increases nearer the galactic center. At the galactic center nearly all of the universe would be apparent in the optical spectrum. At the farthest from the galactic center much less of the universe would be visible on the optical spectrum.
In double conclusion, the big bang theory should be renamed the super star supernova which would lead to the theory of the super star supernova cycle.
Deducing further leads to a confusing conundrum - what is the maximum possible density of dark matter? If in the universal center, the density of dark matter is closest to 0%, then at the farthest radius of the universe materially is the density of dark matter near 100%? Rationally it is expected that the closer to the universal center, the lower the density of dark matter would be measured and the higher the density. The farther from the universal center, the greater the density of dark matter would be measured. This leads to a theory that the closer to the universal center the higher the density of matter, a reasonable expectation. With the higher density of matter would be a higher gravitational effect, visible as the concept of black holes (proving black holes are a theoretical misconception). >>124 Correction: "galactic center" meant universal center.
It is reasonable to assume there is a limit of 50% to the maximum density of dark matter, in which case simple math can approximate our distance from the radius of the universal center. Being approximately at the mid point of the radius from the universal center to the universal fringe. Because it does not make sense that dark matter could be equally dense as matter when it does not really exist except as a theoretical misconception. It is rational to assume the extremely average deduction the milky way is near the midpoint of the radius of the universe qualifies this theory as plausible and yet more likely.
Review - If the closer to the universal center (big bang origin point / super star super nova remnant location) dark matter is measured the closer the calculated density gets to 0% that of matter and the closer the estimate to % of dark matter versus matter gets to 0%, the opposite can be assumed that the farther from the universal center the closer the estimated dark matter versus matter calculation gets to 100% and the higher the density of dark matter versus matter becomes.
>>128 This is supported by the thesis that the farther from the universal center, the higher the density of dark matter appears and the more matter becomes invisible, thus redshift would increase leading to the increase in the sum of the estimate of the calculation of how much dark matter exists compared to matter.
This entire theory can be proven self evidently if an astronomical survey was taken. It can be expected the closer to the universal center, the higher the density of galaxies. I.e. in one direction galaxy density would be greater. Opposite and also the fact that in another direction, galaxy density would be lower. The age of the galaxies nearer to the universal center would be greater than the age of the galaxies farthest from the universal center. All taking for granted from earth only 15% of light reaches us, based on the estimate of dark matter versus matter being 85%. Now deductable is the fact that where the calculated estimate for dark matter vs. matter is greater, less light from the universe reaches it attributed to universal expansion.
If galaxies are more dense, clustered and formulated earlier than any we can see in our limited optical spectrum then it is safe to assume there are more advanced forms of life in the universe. If my concept that black holes and dark matter are really elaborate accidental hoaxes covering up the more sublime truths within the theories, then I figure it is plausible some form of technology could be used for creating wormholes for inter galactic space travel. It isn't impossible that aliens could inspect earth within ten billion years.
>>130 Further beyond redshift If we were to consider the direction of the universal center as a vertical line, then galaxies of a horizontal direction in comparison would have exaggerated redshift.
This poses a NASA or other astronomical labs to conduct an experiment. Is there a direction, which the average redshift deviates the most towards lesser than average redshift? And in order to account for the optical warp caused by gravity which results in the illusion of dark matter, only galaxies within clusters within a certain number of light years should be in the measurement. If a direction is found, within perimeters of only so many superclusters distant to earth, an anomaly is found which deviates from the average redshift in the form of lower redshift; it can be determined that that is the astronomical direction of the universes center and origin point.
And so, the way into a wormhole is through warp speed. They're coming.
They're coming meme insert: The sun is roughly 4 billion years old. Life on earth (rna/dna) originated roughly 2 billion years ago. Intelligent life flourished roughly 500 million years ago. Highly intelligent life began roughly 100 million years ago. There are roughly 0.5%/100.0% of stars that are roughly between 2 and 3 times the age of the sun representing a different population of stars from an older order of the Galaxy. Many of these stars are roughly equal in heat to the sun. So there are roughly a billion stars in the milky way which potentially harbor life. There could be x planets out of a billion star systems which had animal kingdom capacity of intelligences begin evolving roughly 10 billion years ago or roughly 6 billion years before the formation of the sun and more than 9 billion years before the Earth's invention of the animal kingdom. Recognize.
Traveling at realistic spacecraft speeds it would take 300 million years to get from one end of the milky way Galaxy to the other end of it. Fathom multiplying that speed by ten . A space mission to send material halfway across the Galaxy milky way would take roughly 15 million years. A species could have developed that technology in a star out of a billion of population 2 stars - and had implemented that technology 8 billion years ago.

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