Dusty Plasma Cosmonogy

Dusty Plasma Cosmonogy

ALMA data can be interpreted as increasing the importance of dust and chemical element plasmas to the cosmology of stars, solar systems and galaxies for Big Bang theories and Plasma Universe based cosmonogy.

Dusty star-forming galaxies are the most intense stellar nurseries in the universe… and they contain massive amounts of gas and dust…

Such monster galaxies are not expected to have formed early in the history of the universe, but astronomers have already discovered several of them as seen when the cosmos was less than a billion years old. One of them is galaxy SPT0311-58, which ALMA observed in 2018…

Because of their extreme behavior, astronomers think that these dusty galaxies play an important role in the evolution of the universe.
ALMA spots most distant dusty galaxy hidden in plain sight | Phys.org

Dusty Plasma Cosmonogy

Nearly primordial Galaxy SPT0311-58 is problematically young in theory according to red shift interpretation of observable light waves.

“While it is challenging to explain such a massive galaxy so early in the history of the universe, discoveries like this allow astronomers to develop an improved understanding of, and ask ever more questions about, the universe.”
ALMA spots most distant dusty galaxy hidden in plain sight | Phys.org

The detection of galactic structures gets ever closer to the formation date of a Big Bang Universe.

The light from MAMBO-9 travelled about 13 billion years to reach ALMA’s antennas (the universe is approximately 13.8 billion years old today). That means that we can see what the galaxy looked like in the past
ALMA spots most distant dusty galaxy hidden in plain sight | Phys.org

When the James Webb Space Telescope is launched it will observe redshifted formations impossibly close to the BB.

This is the highest-redshift unlensed DSFG (and fourth most distant overall) found to date and is the first source identified in a new 2 mm blank-field map in the COSMOS field.
Physical Characterization of an Unlensed, Dusty Star-forming Galaxy at z = 5.85

Redshifts with the z value even earlier than the accepted theoretical birth of this Universe. Halton Arp’s observations, measurements and his heretic conclusions suggest that redshift and blueshift is due to the changing of matter in these highly electromagnetic structures.

Halton calls it intrinsic redshift and was even invited by Patrick Moore to discuss his theories on the Sky at Night TV show.

“These galaxies tend to hide in plain sight,” said Caitlin Casey of the University of Texas at Austin and lead author of a study published in the Astrophysical Journal. “We know they are out there, but they are not easy to find because their starlight is hidden in clouds of dust.”

“We found the galaxy in a new ALMA survey specifically designed to identify dusty star-forming galaxies in the early universe,”

“The total mass of gas and dust in the galaxy is enormous: ten times more than all the stars in the Milky Way.
ALMA spots most distant dusty galaxy hidden in plain sight | Phys.org

Other Electric Universe investigators and plasma cosmologists suggest alternative interpretations to blue and red shifts of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Possible models include what is basically the diffraction of an electromagnetic frequency through different mediums, the transformation of wave like energy through the dusty plasma of what was considered the vacuum of space etc

… the formation of the first massive galaxies, and the formation of interstellar dust at early times
Physical Characterization of an Unlensed, Dusty Star-forming Galaxy at z = 5.85

These could possibly occur through many different physical modification and influences such as the Lorentz force and interstellar dust plasmas.