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3 hours ago, kfools said:

No.

 

There isn't. Don't link some bull s h it wiki article or "Science" paper.

 

I don't care. It's all fake as phucking phuck.

 

LOL!  In this case, all I can say is you're as cluesless, wrong and pigheaded as XO.   

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3 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

LOL!  In this case, all I can say is you're as cluesless, wrong and pigheaded as XO.   

Oh look it's dark matter. Beachooser found it. 

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15 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

LOL!  In this case, all I can say is you're as cluesless, wrong and pigheaded as XO.   

 

Agree on this. kfools doesn't know anything about physics.

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Here’s a puzzle for all the gnome lovers who've decided to clutter up this thread with inane comments.


In 2015, astronomers discovered (https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=4676 ) that brown dwarfs have powerful auroras.   Since then they've even observed that a rogue brown dwarf traveling all by it's lonesome through interstellar space has auroras (https://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/auroras-discovered-rogue-brown-dwarf/ ).

 

Now on earth, as the first source notes, "auroras are created when charged particles from the solar wind enter our planet's magnetosphere, a region where Earth's magnetic field accelerates and sends them toward the poles. There, they collide with atoms of gas in the atmosphere, resulting in a brilliant display of colors in the sky."  It later says that "Given that there's no stellar wind to create an aurora on a brown dwarf, researchers are unsure what is generating it." In our solar system, the “charged particles” come from the sun … from Birkeland currents connected to the sun, or in the case of Jupiter (they think), nearby moons.   But where do the charged particles hitting a rogue brown dwarf come from?  

 

 

Now in an Electric Universe context, isn’t this observation perhaps more evidence of Birkeland currents (which consist of charged particles) traveling through interstellar space?  Just like the EU community predicted and other recent observations seem to suggest exist?   EU proponents might also say this auroral activity on a brown dwarf is indicative of a glow mode plasma discharge caused by the reception of a galactic current … as discussed in detail earlier in this thread.    Something to think about.   Just saying ...

 

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1 hour ago, leftwinger said:

 

Agree on this. kfools doesn't know anything about physics.

Newton physics. I'm a pro.

 

Einstein physics. All bull shi t. So why waste your time?

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2 minutes ago, kfools said:

Newton physics. I'm a pro.

 

Einstein physics. All bull shi t. So why waste your time?

 

You play the game fair.

You carry a good heart.

 

You are a good moderator.

 

 

You have my respect.       😌.

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1 minute ago, Taipan said:

 

You play the game fair.

You carry a good heart.

 

You are a good moderator.

 

 

You have my respect.       😌.

Thanks man.

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We will all put our heads down and cover our eyes. Whoever is responsible for taking the Dark Matter, return it to my front desk. No questions asked. If it is not returned, I can promise you this: I will stop at nothing to find out who took it. And until then, EVERYONE WILL BE PUNISHED AND PUNISHED SERVERELY.

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1 hour ago, drvoke said:

 

We will all put our heads down and cover our eyes. Whoever is responsible for taking the Dark Matter, return it to my front desk. No questions asked. If it is not returned, I can promise you this: I will stop at nothing to find out who took it. And until then, EVERYONE WILL BE PUNISHED AND PUNISHED SERVERELY.

That joke was bad and you should feel bad.

 

 

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Oh oh … more trouble in the Big Bang, Dark Energy gnomuverse.


https://phys.org/news/2020-01-evidence-key-assumption-discovery-dark.html


 

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January 6, 2020


New evidence shows that the key assumption made in the discovery of dark energy is in error


by Yonsei University

 

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Figure 1. Luminosity evolution mimicking dark energy in supernova (SN) cosmology. The Hubble residual is the difference in SN luminosity with respect to the cosmological model without dark energy (the black dotted line). The cyan circles are the binned SN data from Betoule et al. (2014). The red line is the evolution curve based on our age dating of early-type host galaxies. The comparison of our evolution curve with SN data shows that the luminosity evolution can mimic Hubble residuals used in the discovery and inference of the dark energy (the black solid line). Credit: Yonsei University


The most direct and strongest evidence for the accelerating universe with dark energy is provided by the distance measurements using type Ia supernovae (SN Ia) for the galaxies at high redshift. This result is based on the assumption that the corrected luminosity of SN Ia through the empirical standardization would not evolve with redshift.


New observations and analysis made by a team of astronomers at Yonsei University (Seoul, South Korea), together with their collaborators at Lyon University and KASI, show, however, that this key assumption is most likely in error. The team has performed very high-quality (signal-to-noise ratio ~175) spectroscopic observations to cover most of the reported nearby early-type host galaxies of SN Ia, from which they obtained the most direct and reliable measurements of population ages for these host galaxies. They find a significant correlation between SN luminosity and stellar population age at a 99.5 percent confidence level. As such, this is the most direct and stringent test ever made for the luminosity evolution of SN Ia. Since SN progenitors in host galaxies are getting younger with redshift (look-back time), this result inevitably indicates a serious systematic bias with redshift in SN cosmology. Taken at face values, the luminosity evolution of SN is significant enough to question the very existence of dark energy. When the luminosity evolution of SN is properly taken into account, the team found that the evidence for the existence of dark energy simply goes away (see Figure 1).


Commenting on the result, Prof. Young-Wook Lee (Yonsei Univ., Seoul), who led the project said, "Quoting Carl Sagan, extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, but I am not sure we have such extraordinary evidence for dark energy. Our result illustrates that dark energy from SN cosmology, which led to the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics, might be an artifact of a fragile and false assumption."


Other cosmological probes, such as the cosmic microwave background (CMB) and baryonic acoustic oscillations (BAO), are also known to provide some indirect and "circumstantial" evidence for dark energy, but it was recently suggested that CMB from Planck mission no longer supports the concordance cosmological model which may require new physics (Di Valentino, Melchiorri, & Silk 2019). Some investigators have also shown that BAO and other low-redshift cosmological probes can be consistent with a non-accelerating universe without dark energy (see, for example, Tutusaus et al. 2017). In this respect, the present result showing the luminosity evolution mimicking dark energy in SN cosmology is crucial and very timely.

 

 

And to think that in 2011 they were so sure about the existence of Dark Matter that they awarded a Nobel Prize in Physics for discover of this gnome ( https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/physics/2011/press-release/ ).   Now do they take it back?  B)

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https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/305351-iss-crew-repairs-2-billion-dark-matter-detector

 

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ISS Crew Repairs $2 Billion Dark Matter Detector


A decade ago, NASA, CERN, and dozens of other institutions banded together to build the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) at a cost of $2 billion. This advanced instrument has helped scientists study dark matter from its perch on the International Space Station, but components have started failing in recent years. The AMS was never intended to be serviceable, but after a series of spacewalks, astronauts have managed to resurrect this spendy science module. 


The AMS arrived at the International Space Station in 2011 on one of the final Space Shuttle cargo runs. The team didn’t believe it would be possible to repair the instrument in orbit, so it wasn’t designed with repairs in mind. The AMS was only supposed to operate for three years, but the insights it provided into the nature and quantity of dark matter proved extremely valuable. As the instrument’s cooling pumps began failing, space agencies decided to take a shot at repairing the AMS. 


NASA sent specialized tools and replacement parts to the ISS last year in preparation for the repair operation, which is expected to take as many as five spacewalks. There are four coolant pumps in the AMS, but only one of them was operational by 2019 when the first spacewalk took place. The ISS crew completed two spacewalks in November 2019, and a third happened in December 2019. Last weekend, European Space Agency astronaut Luca Parmitano and Andrew Morgan of NASA completed the repairs on the fourth and final spacewalk. 

 

Repairing the AMS consisted of installing new cooling pumps (seen in the top image), replacing the power and data cabling, and repressurizing the liquid carbon dioxide coolant. Most of the hardware work was completed in the previous three spacewalks, but Parmitano and Morgan needed to go over the instrument and check every fitting and cable before pressurizing the new cooling system. The pair did spot a minor leak in one of the cooling lines, but they were able to rectify that by tightening the fitting. 


The ground team has confirmed that early testing shows the AMS operating as expected. However, it’s not ready to do science yet. The cooling system has to run for several more days to stabilize temperatures across the instrument, and then the team will power it on and run more tests. NASA believes the AMS will be operation again by the end of next week.

 


Quite a feat, and probably pretty costly (after all, one of a kind parts are expensive and it took 4 spacewalks).  

 

Oh, did they mention that they did NOT find dark matter with the AMS?  They found pulsars.    

 

But not to be denied, they’ve now invented yet another gnome and called it dark matter … and claim the AMS is vital to proving it.    

 

One thing AMS may have done is find anti helium.  

 

But that just suggests there is “lingering pools of antimatter” out there (https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/04/giant-space-magnet-may-have-trapped-antihelium-raising-idea-lingering-pools-antimatter ).   Say … didn’t plasma cosmologist, Hannes Alfven, suggest that possibility?   Why he did!   Just saying ...   

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Ever think the term dark matter is intellectual doubt now is eternity used since the dawn of civilization and humanity's defined age of enlightenment is pretending now never was the point at being eternally separated so far?

 

that missing dark matter is ancestires have grown wise to artificial facts directing social outcomes each added ancestors added to an ever changing people population. the era of intellectually casting doubt is over.

 

2020 is the year humanity disappears as a means to govern human existence through guessing games about what life could be if now wasn't eternity.  Reverse psychology done historically.

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Interesting post by Michael Mozina over at https://thunderbolts.info/forum3/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=185&sid=b305ca3ff2bcb7b1392bfb4577e7c61e

 

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https://now.tufts.edu/articles/massive-galaxy-discovered-very-early-universe

“What makes XMM-2599 so interesting, unusual, and surprising is that it is no longer forming stars, perhaps because it stopped getting fuel or its black hole began to turn on,” said Gillian Wilson, professor of physics and astronomy at University of California Riverside, who led the study in collaboration with Tufts and other institutions.

A galaxy that large would be expected produce stars for many more billions of years. Wilson notes that the unusual evolution of XMM-2599 will again force astrophysicists to “call for changes in how models turn off star formation in early galaxies.”

The whole "galaxy evolution" predictions of the LCDM cosmology model have been *ripped to shreds* by every new high redshift observation over the past fifteen years. The rationalizations and excuses are getting ever more bizarre and irrational as time goes by. Instead of galaxies showing a pattern of becoming more complex, larger and more mature over time, we're finding very "mature" and more "massive" galaxies at the highest redshifts that we can currently measure. This particular galaxy for instance is apparently 6 times the size of the Milky Way, and it's 'mature" beyond it's years as well, no longer producing stars at a prolific rate.

The JWST program, particularly the deep field images from that program will completely obliterate what little credibility is left of the BB model. Redshift is *not* caused by 'space expansion", it's caused by plasma redshift which has been routinely documented in the lab. The mainstream model is a complete predictive failure at higher redshifts, and it has been a complete predictive failure now for more than a decade. Every new high redshift observation is a total "surprise" to LCDM proponents. The LCDM model simply will not survive the JWST data sets, particularly the data from the highest redshifts. This decade will bring about the demise of the LCDM model of cosmology.

 

 

How's that for a prediction, gnome believers?

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I explained where all that missing Dark Matter went to in my new thread about honest arguments.

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https://phys.org/news/2020-02-galaxy-formation-simulated-dark.html
 

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Galaxy formation simulated without dark matter


by University of Bonn


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1.5 billion years after the start of the simulation. The lighter the color, the higher the density of the gas. The light blue dots show young stars. Credit: AG Kroupa/Uni Bonn


For the first time, researchers from the Universities of Bonn and Strasbourg have simulated the formation of galaxies in a universe without dark matter. To replicate this process on the computer, they have instead modified Newton's laws of gravity. The galaxies that were created in the computer calculations are similar to those we actually see today. According to the scientists, their assumptions could solve many mysteries of modern cosmology. The results are published in the Astrophysical Journal.

 


This is false.   A plasma physicist named Anthony Peratt simulated the formation of galaxies without dark matter more than 30 years ago.   And Peratt didn’t have to introduce a new gnome (modified gravity) to do it.   Here’s a link to a peer reviewed paper describing that work ... http://plasmauniverse.info/downloadsCosmo/Peratt86TPS-II.pdf .   Here are other articles by him on this topic: http://plasmauniverse.info/Perattpdf/PerattEvidenceCosmic.pdf , http://plasmauniverse.info/downloads/AdvancesI.pdf and http://plasmauniverse.info/downloads/AdvancesII.pdf .  Modern astrophysicists are shockingly and incompetently unaware of past work.

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2 hours ago, BeAChooser said:

This article ….

 

https://www.symmetrymagazine.org/article/what-we-know-about-dark-matter

 

… is total GARBAGE.

 

Sadly, this is what passes for *science* *journalism* these days.

 

Garbage like this is the ONLY thing keeping the Cult Of Gnomes alive.

Don't you guys ever get tired of posting garbage somebody else wrote about the "Universe"?

 

It's all phucking junk Science and speculations. Even the pic in the above photo is fake.

 

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Here's another mainstream *science* article that is nothing but GARBAGE ...

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2020/02/14/the-universe-would-be-very-different-without-dark-matter/#49a95ff837ea

 

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The Universe Would Be Very Different Without Dark Matter

 

The words “electric”, “current”, “magnetic”, and even “plasma” aren’t found in it.  

 

That is the only fact you need to know the article is GARBAGE.

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