Space

All aboard the Gravity train

All aboard the constant Gravity gravy train. Unfalsifiable funding, Constant careers, peer reviewed pensions, accepted awards. Scientists have subsequently devoted considerable resources to identifying dark matter in space, on the ground and at CERN, but without success. In 1998, a team of Australian and U.S. astrophysicists discovered the acceleration of the expansion of the universe, …

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Big Bang in theory: Missing baryons

missing baryons Big Bang theory

The Big Bang in theory and its missing baryons. Plasma or a warm hot intergalactic medium is the answer? It has been known for decades that the observed number of baryons in the local Universe falls about 30–40 per cent short of the total number of baryons predicted by Big Bang nucleosynthesis, as inferred from …

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Petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park petroglyphs

Petroglyphs or plasmaglyphs carved into rock surfaces in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, USA. Petroglyphs found in Capitol Reef National Park, in southern Utah, not far from the visitor center complex. These petroglyphs were created by the Fremont and Ancestral Puebloan people, roughly 3,000 years ago. Human figures (anthropomorphs), deer or game animals, circles and …

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Plasma spirals

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Stars and binary star systems creating spirals in space? Are these plasma filaments and the mysterious glow is energised plasma? What created the strange spiral structure on the upper left? No one is sure, although it is likely related to a star in a binary star system entering the planetary nebula phase, when its outer …

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Antimatter plasma filaments or Birkeland currents?

Antimatter plasma

Antimatter plasma or Birkeland plasma filaments in an electromagnetic universe? Mysterious radiation emitted from pulsars – like this one shown leaving a long tail of debris as it races through the Milky Way – have puzzled astronomers for decades. “These fields are so strong, and they twist and reconnect so violently, that they essentially apply …

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