Thursday, December 17, 2009

The Baryonic Bubble

A star is a Baryonic Bubble in a Dark Matter solution.

The core of the star generates W bosons (Magnetism) with such high current that it pushes back the Dark Matter to form a Baryonic Bubble.

In a previous posting I showed a picture from the Max Planck's Institute that was taken over 116 minutes. It showed, what we thought was a black hole at the center of the galaxy was ejecting flares.


That means the center of the galaxy is ejecting material for star formation, much like a star ejects material.
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