Thursday, 7 January 2016

Our position in the 8 or 12 !!! fold raspberry multiverse.

Our position in the 8 or 12 !!! fold raspberry multiverse.  Elliptic shaped CMB peak radiations are tell tales. (left). At the rightside a 12 fold  symmetric cube octahedron multiverse diagram is depicted with red: matter and green: anti matter entangled universes.

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The huge cold spot suggested ( by Q-FFF Theory)  to be the origin of the Big Bang. see:THIS

A very large cold spot that has been a mystery for over a decade can be explained according to a team at the Institute for Astronomy at the University of Hawaii. In 2004, astronomers examining a map of the radiation leftover from the Big Bang (the cosmic microwave background, or CMB) discovered the Cold Spot, a larger-than-expected unusually cold area of the sky. The physics surrounding the Big Bang theory predicts warmer and cooler spots of various sizes in the infant universe, but a spot this large and this cold was unexpected.

If the Cold Spot originated from the Big Bang itself, it could be a rare sign of exotic physics that the standard cosmology (basically, the Big Bang theory and related physics) does not explain. If, however, it is caused by a foreground structure between us and the CMB, it would be a sign that there is an extremely rare large-scale structure in the mass distribution of the universe.
In the spring of 2015, a team of astronomers led by Dr. István Szapudi of the Institute for Astronomy at the University of Hawaii at Manoa may have found an explanation for the existence of the Cold Spot, which Szapudi says may be “the largest individual structure ever identified by humanity.”
The Cold Spot area resides in the constellation Eridanus in the southern galactic hemisphere. The insets show the environment of this anomalous patch of the sky as mapped by Szapudi’s team using PS1 and WISE data and as observed in the cosmic microwave background temperature data taken by the Planck satellite. The angular diameter of the vast supervoid aligned with the Cold Spot, which exceeds 30 degrees, is marked by the white circles. Credit: Gergő Kránicz,  ESA Planck Collaboration. High-resolution version (6.6 Mb)