Thursday, 15 October 2009

New paradigm Galaxy Anchor Black Holes (GABHs) outside Galaxies, the origine of dark matter Halos with point sources.

What is the reason that massive galaxies and colossal black holes where formed in the early universe?
The origin must be that the big bang could be compared with the “splitting” of the colossal Big Crunch black hole, as remnant of the contracting former raspberry multiverse.

See the CPT symmetric Big Bang splitting

See also recent astronomical evidences:

Massive Galaxies Formed When Universe Was Young, New Findings Suggest

Colossal Black Holes Common In Early Universe, Spectacular Galactic Collision Suggests

This Hubble Space Telescope composite image shows a ghostly ring of "dark matter point sources"in the galaxy cluster Cl 0024+17.

Why is this dark matter speroid, shaped like a rugby ball (prolate) and not like a grape fruit (oblate)? see:
Related to the sketch above:
The distance between opposing MONSTER Galaxy Anchor Black Holes (GABHs) is supposed to be not the same inside the more complex merger galaxies.
Related to the sketch above:
Just in between the so called Galaxy Anchor Black holes (GABHs)  located at opposing sides of the galaxies (1), special vacuum structure at location (2) coined: WHITE OR GREY HOLE, is the origin of "vacuum pressure" on Fermions to clump together and form the Galaxy.
As a result most gas is concentrated in the galaxy by vacuum pressure or "Casimir force"
However IF TWO OR MORE GALAXY ANCHOR BLACK HOLES are located at the same side of the spiral galaxy, then also at location (1); around these GABHs and also at location (15): just in between these BHs a special vacuum structure are supposed to be the origin of gas concentration and the origine of DWARF ( SPHEROIDAL) GALAXIES and Globular clusters.
.LARGE SCALE CASIMIR FORCES (Higgs qantum curves) AROUND TWO BLACK HOLES, kept at a stable distance by the ( Herbig Haro) electron jets.
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An other perfect example of Galaxy external black hole action.

"Black hole caught zapping galaxy into existence?"
ESO 46/09 - Science Release, 30 November 2009
(quote) says Knud Jahnke, who led the observations performed at the VLT. “However, we did not find any. (galaxies around the quasar) Instead we discovered that an apparently unrelated galaxy in the quasar’s immediate neighbourhood is producing stars at a frantic rate.”
These observations have provided a surprising new take on the system. While no trace of stars is revealed around the black hole, (the QUASAR) its companion galaxy is extremely rich in bright and very young stars. It is forming stars at a rate equivalent to about 350 Suns per year, one hundred times more than rates for typical galaxies in the local Universe.

Earlier observations had shown that the companion galaxy is, in fact, under fire: the quasar is spewing a jet of highly energetic particles towards its companion, accompanied by a stream of fast-moving gas. The injection of matter and energy into the galaxy indicates that the quasar itself might be inducing the formation of stars and thereby creating its own host galaxy; in such a scenario, galaxies would have evolved from clouds of gas hit by the energetic jets emerging from quasars.

See also:
Quasar induced galaxy formation: a new paradigm ?
Authors: D. Elbaz, K. Jahnke et al.

At the same time we may assume that our sun is the remnant of an open star cluster, better: our solar system is the remnant of an open star cluster created by two "STELLAR ANCHOR BLACK HOLES" (SABHs) and the result of a former Herbig Haro object!!
This NEW black hole model is even the base for my explanation of the so called pioneer anomaly. See:

As a consequence there seem to be not only stellar anchor black holes but even Galaxy anchor black holes, the base for galaxy form and ( quick) formation.

A possible indication for the influence of SOLAR anchor black holes, could be found in the next article about the evidence that the gravitational constant varies with orientation.

Experimental evidence that the gravitational constant varies

with orientation.

by Mikhail L. Gershteyn∗†, Lev I. Gershteyn†, Arkady Gershteyn†, Oleg V. Karagioz‡

see also an other support for the sun as an open star cluster remnant: "Gould's star belt"
Orion's dark secret: Violence shaped the night sky

"It is a sizeable structure, some 3000 light years across, and can be traced as a bright band of stars tilted at about 20 degrees to the Milky Way. Within it are several thousand high-mass stars as well as up to a million low-mass ones. Most importantly, these stars appear to have formed separately from the rest of the stars in the galaxy - and that's what makes them so interesting.

"Gould's belt is not part of the spiral structure," says Fernando Comerón of the European Southern Observatory in Garching, Germany, who has been studying the belt for more than 30 years. "It must have been triggered by some local, violent event." But what caused that event?"

Additional message:

Surprize: Quasars don't show redshift variation related to our distance!

Supernovae show this "time dilation" in the speed at which they fade - far-off explosions seem to dim more slowly than those nearby. But when Mike Hawkins of the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh, UK, looked at light from quasars he found no time dilation.
Time waits for no quasar – even though it should
Newscientist, 08 April 2010 by Marcus Chown
Magazine issue 2755.

HANNY'S VOORWERP is a recent evidence of GALAXY ANCHOR BLACK HOLES. in this case near the galaxy IC 2497.
This Hubble photo reveals (by chance of the green Quasar back lighting) the existence of gas concentrations around the postulated galaxy anchor black holes.
see Hubble photo below: