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|Re: Answer Lies In Magnetism And Electricity
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Posted by yelmalio/">yelmalio on January 19, 2000 11:05:41 UTC
Universal magnetism is area to be studied . if magnetism exist in universe then electric force exist too.
Its called Elctromagnetism found by a guy called James Clerk Maxwell 100+ years ago. EM is responsible for light and things like synchrotron radiation. Jets from Black Holes are a good example of extreme electromagnetic forces and plasma physics interoperating.
Huge magnetic and electric force can be responsible for creating galaxies Huge gaseous plasmas can be responsible for creation for electric forces . hence spiral structure of galaxies.
Do a web search on Lin-Shu density wave theory. then study stochastic models and numerical solutions for flocculent and grand design spiral galaxies. Then go away and study Alfven waves, plasma shocks, magnetic bottles and tubes and other areas of plasma physics. Then you'll see why you are wrong.
i>Is The black hole a Black hole or a Huge MAGNETIC FORCE attracting galaxies.
It's a Black Hole. Magnets do not behave the same as Gravity. To get magnetism you need a dipole. For magnetism to attract a galaxy the whole galaxy would act as a dipole moment. You can measure this, it is not seen.
Big Bang may have never happened
Then explain the cosmic microwave background and hubble redshift.
its can be also be that there are huge magnetic/electric forces which are moving the galaxies.
Could be but Gravity more than adequately explains it.
Answer may lie in these forces, thier existence is worth pondering over.
They have been pondered over and Gravity is the answer not magnetism.
Go study Physics.
Yelmalio - It's a good start.
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