Milky Way Disk Is Bipolar Aligned With Galaxies, Star Clusters, Gases, Over 1 Million Light Years
Univ Bonn Pawlowski team’s Milky Way Animations reveal that companion satellite galaxies, young globular clusters, star clusters, loose gases, and dusts, are all north-south bipolar geometric properly aligned with the galactic disk of the milky way, beginning about 33,000 light years from the center of the milky way, and reaching out over 1 million light years. The milky way’s disk is about 100,000 light years in diameter, and 1,000 light years thick. 98% of the stars are in the galactic disk where they form inside filaments, with only 2% of known visible stars in the halo. Galaxies are complex geometric shaped fractal plasma structures that form and interact by electromagnetism under many different adverse extreme conditions. Galaxies all have similar properties and characteristic shaped patterns found in type II superconductors, where the magnetic field is not completely excluded, but is constrained in filaments within the material. Filaments are the normal state, and are surrounded by a vortex state. The sun’s heliosphere is an electric current sheet that is a vortex state, and stars form inside galactic spiral arm filaments. The “material” is the interstellar medium ISM, and the magnetically constrained galaxy filaments contain the stars orbiting the “center of the galaxy.” Filaments explain why outer and inner stars all orbit a galaxy center at the same speeds, without requiring phony dark matter and black holes. Laser beams help stabilize plasma laboratory filaments, so laser beams from galaxy centers also stabilize stellar filaments. “Galactic Black Holes: A model for Superconductors”
“Electric Universe: Superconductors“
“Type II superconductors being used today to model galaxies and black holes, could constrain the ISM magnetic field into galactic spiral arm filaments surrounded by the star’s heliosphere bubble vortex current.”
|Superconductors and magnetic fields model the fractal patterns and shapes of the filamentary fractal cosmic web that connects galaxies together by electromagnetism, replacing attached dark matter gravity components to cosmic filaments|
Polarized light of dipoles:
Lyman-alpha blob LAB-1 was discovered to emit polarized light, revealing a dipole surrounds lyman alpha-blobs connecting embedded galaxies together. Lyman-alpha blobs are some of the largest structures in the universe, composed of ionized hydrogen gas. The light is polarized in a ring around the central region, with no polarization in the center. This effect is impossible to produce if the light simply comes from the gas falling into the blob under gravity, but it is expected to occur when the light originates from embedded galaxies in the central region before being scattered by the blob’s gas. Lyman-alpha blobs up to a few thousand light years in diameter are found where matter is extremely concentrated. Gravity would not hold the galaxies together in the central region of an ionized hydrogen gas cloud. The polarized light that Lyman-alpha blobs emit creates 3D fractal holographic effects in plasma labs and movies. Holographic cosmic structures like galaxy holograms are produced by the polarized light of stars and galaxies embedded inside the lyman-alpha blob’s central region.
|Giant glowing lyman-alpha blob LAB-1 is 300,000 LY diameter|
The new Fractal Cosmology: Pawlowski team has found strong evidence that a geometric shaped hierarchical pattern of Gases, stars, star clusters, globular clusters, satellite companion galaxies, and our milky way, forms a highly complex organized bipolar structure that is not possible with dark matter theories, nor the big-bang theory. Pawlowski says ” the milky way’s satellite galaxies don’t track a dark matter pattern. Our very understanding (the wrong kind of collaboration for phony dark matter theory) of space-time and matter are now at stake.”
Fine-structure constant cosmic dipole: The milky way’s bipolar disk structure alignment extends farther out, into the Virgo supercluster, that extends into supercluster groups, and hyperclusters found by Shawn Thomas. The universe is fractal both in nature and outer space plasmas. What amounts to a millisecond in plasma labs, is scaled to millions or billions of light years in outer space electromagnetic phenomena.