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Celestial OrbitsEdsel Chromie Salem-News.com
The scientists claim that they cannot recreate many of the phenomena in a laboratory so they must send satellites to observe them where they occur in the universe.
(SAN DIEGO) - On July 10, 2013 the Science Channel broadcast a program titled “Clockwork & Creation, Celestial Orbits are examined” This was copyrighted in 2012 by Discovery Communications, LLC.
Prof. Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist, City University of New York, stated: “The atom is a basic unit of chemistry. In the same way, the orbit is a basic unit of the universe itself. If you understand all possible orbits, you understand the dynamics driving the universe. We now know black holes are central to the evolution of the universe. This configuration of a star orbiting around a black hole is extreme and it is unstable. First of all the black hole is eating away at the atmosphere of its companion star but the star itself is unstable. It will one day undergo a supernova and perhaps leave a black hole in its wake. And then it will have two black holes rotating around each other, one of the rarest sights in the universe.”
The scientists claim that they cannot recreate many of the phenomena in a laboratory so they must send satellites to observe them where they occur in the universe. As I have stated in my previous articles, laboratory experiments in the early 1900’s prove that a high voltage current forced through a wire produces a swirling magnetic field around the primary current flow, always clockwise when viewed with the direction of flow of the primary current flow. All planets, stars, and galaxies have a magnetic field that produces the very same high voltage current flow through its center that produces the very same swirling magnetic field around it when viewed with the direction of flow of the primary current flow. It is this swirling magnetic field around the core energy flow that causes the planets, stars and galaxies to spin in precisely the same way as the laboratory experiment demonstrates.
Since this primary current flow used in the laboratory is generated simply by spinning one magnetic field current through another stationary magnetic field current at high speed, this primary current flow is actually an abnormally intense magnetic field current flowing through the wire – exactly the same magnetic field current flow of the planets, stars, galaxies and black holes. And the automotive ignition coils that have been in use for almost 100 years have many windings of wire surrounding its core. When a weak electrical current, (again an electrical current generated simply by spinning one magnetic field through another magnetic field at high speed) is fed through the outer windings of the coil, it produces an extremely intense current flow through the center of the coil. The immense magnetic fields of all of the planets and stars in a galaxy are equivalent to the outer windings of an ignition coil. This immense magnetic field energy produces the very same intense high voltage energy flow through the core of the galaxy, producing the very same high voltage discharge and giant jets of gamma rays blasting out into space at the speed of light. This is equivalent to the intense spark delivered by the tiny ignition coil.
This coil is similar to a black hole. The immense magnetic fields of all of the planets and stars in a galaxy are equivalent to the outer windings of the ignition coil. The intense spark that the coil produces through its core is the very same as the powerful “jet” spewed out from the center of a black hole. The swirling “event horizon” of a black hole is equivalent to the glow around the wire produced in the 1900’s laboratory experiment. So, the black hole does not “devour anything that comes too close.” The black hole does not require to be fed any planets, stars or any other matter to produce the powerful and brilliant jet spewing millions of miles out at near the speed of light. This is a normal speed and normal brilliant light generated by a magnetic field current. As long as the galaxy exits, it will continue to provide the magnetic field current for the black hole without consuming or destroying any matter. And, magnetic field current energy can accelerate everything faster than any pull of gravity.
Applying these known, proven and demonstrated characteristics to the many unresolved phenomena in the universe will provide an absolute answer to all of the details involved in creating them and offers the clues to creating many of them in a laboratory on a small scale. The bizarre movements typical in the auroras, the rings of Saturn, the “geysers” of Enceladus, the “volcanoes” of Io and the coma and tail of a comet are easily and accurately explained consistent with gathered data as well as assimilated in precise detail with this concept. Some of the phenomena the scientists have been studying for over 100 years and have not been able to explain as well as the phenomena the scientists concede it may take hundreds of more years before they can understand them could be resolved in a very short time.
In the May 19, 2012 Science Channel broadcast titled, Supermassive Black Holes”, it stated: “At the center of a supermassive black hole is one of the greatest mysteries in the cosmos. It’s called a singularity; a place where space, time and all of the known laws of physics fall apart.” And Professor Sandra Faber, a member of the Nuker Team, said: “What happens at the center of a singularity is a complete mystery and solving it is going to require new physics that we just do not have right now. Some people think you can fall through the singularity and pop out in a different part of the universe. The theories about a singularity are very radical. We just don’t know. Now that we know they are in every galaxy, the question is what do they do.? Are they fundamental or are they just a frill? Do they really influence the life of galaxies or are they the other way around, do the galaxies influence them?”
I am offering this “new physics” although the experiment is about 100 years old but simply ignored.
The narrator said: “This star is trapped in the grip of a black hole. The gravity here is so powerful the star orbits at 500 thousand miles per hour. The black hole sucks the star’s outer layer into a vast disk, a disk so hot it blacks out X-rays a million times more powerful than our Sun. In 2011 astronomers witnessed one of the biggest explosions ever recorded. A blast of radiation brighter than a hundred billion suns, a gamma ray burst. It was a spectacular event. The burst came from a super- massive black hole at the center of a distant galaxy. It had been dormant but something shocked it back to life. Several stars were orbiting the black hole at a safe distance and then one of them got too close. The sleeping giant suddenly awoke. Immense gravitational forces stretched the star to its breaking point until it finally was torn apart. Debris swirled around the black hole, heated to millions of degrees. Two giant jets of gamma rays blasted into space at the speed of light.”
What appears to be a black hole “sucking the star’s outer layer into a vast disk” is simply a flux tube of energy between the star and the black hole that stimulates the atoms of gases in its path to a glowing state of excitement. This creates the optical illusion of particles of dust, gas or ice flowing from the star to the black hole. And it is the magnetic field current resistance that generates the heat. All of this is established characteristics of magnetic field current energy. The laws of physics do not fall apart under this concept.
In a May 29, 2007 “History” TV program “Universe: The Sun”, after examining data and photos taken by the SOHO, IMAGE, and POLAR satellites, the scientists reported:”Thousands of mammoth explosions rock our Sun every year. You might expect this explosive force to come from nuclear explosions in the core, but in reality what drives all outbursts of solar violence is magnetism. When a sunspot unleashes its magnetic energy, what results are the most colossal explosions in the solar system - solar flares.”
The scientists finally wised up to the reality of the collision, convergence and resistance of electromagnetic energy creating the colossal explosions on the Sun. It is time they wise up to the fact that it is the much more incredible magnetic field current energy of the galaxy that creates the gamma ray bursts and “torches” that blast out from the core of a galaxy and pulsars at the tell-tale speed of light.
Dr. Phil Plait, astronomer, Discover Magazine, said: “The black hole had torn the star apart, swallowed half the material and ejected the other half in an event that is among the most violent things we have ever seen in the history of astronomy. The event was so violent we saw it from Earth three billion light years away. Black holes can suck in planets and rip apart stars. But gravity doesn’t always pull things in. Orbits are changeable; they’re chaotic. Things that we never thought were possible are in fact possible.”
Prof. Geoff Marcy, astronomer, U. of C., Berkeley, said: “From the smallest scale to the largest scale it’s the gravitational interaction and collisions that actually make our universe the beautiful place that it is.”
Narrator: “Whatever we figure out later, we know now that black holes are everywhere. They’re bigger in size and more critical to the evolution of the universe than we ever imagined. Whatever the case, black holes basically played a part in science fiction. It was always something we tried to avoid, to get around to keep the space ship from being drawn in. But what we’ve learned since then is that black holes played a huge role and a number of roles in the universe. It’s not an exaggeration to say that if black holes did not exist, we wouldn’t be here today. We literally owe our system to black holes. The story is not over yet. There’s still much more to be discovered about the mysterious object called black holes, masters of the universe”
The narrator said: “And behind it all is a curious paradox. Extreme orbits mean variations and collisions that are very destructive. But also extreme orbits mean colliding galaxies, collapsing dust clouds, the very creation of life as well as destruction. Orbits are the driving force behind this never ending cycle of creation and destruction. They are at the very heart of how the universe works. A supermassive black hole lies hidden at the center of most galaxies. We only know they are there because the stars around them are drawn in at millions of miles per hour. But there might be a way to take a picture of the very edge of the black hole the event horizon. Dr. Shep Dooleman, an astronomer, and his team are trying to capture an image that shows its outline. Optical telescopes can’t see the black hole directly but the glowing super heated gas surrounding the black hole sends out radio waves that can be used to make an image. Huge radio telescopes pick up these signals from space. Dooleman’s team will link up radio telescopes around the world from Hawaii to Africa to Chile. When the whole network is connected, they will have a virtual dish more than ten thousand miles across with 500 times the power of a single telescope. They think it will be powerful enough to take a picture of the event horizon of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way. Then, we might finally be able to answer the question, what lies at the heart of a black hole. There’s still much more to be discovered about the mysterious objects called black holes, the master of the universe.”
As long as these astronomers and physicists obstinately remain committed to the belief that it is gravity that creates a black hole and that gravity rules the universe, they can waste all the money they want and take all of the images they want and they will never be able to understand or solve their mystery of a black hole.
Edsel Chromie is a Detroit Michigan native who moved to San Diego in 1965. Edsel is a World War Two Navy veteran who served as a motor machinists mate on diesel electric systems where he learned about the magnetic field current swirling around the primary current flow through a wire as a part of Navy training to trace the direction of flow of the electricity in case of torpedo damage.
This led to Edsel's unique explanations of many phenomena of the universe. He also has four approved patents on solar energy and Sun tracking systems. Today Edsel writes about this unique set of life experiences for Salem-News.com, conveying information that seems especially relevant as nuclear disaster, potential changes in the earth's atmosphere, and what many view as an increasing level of natural disasters continue to dominate headlines. Perhaps many of the answers are on hand, yet unaccepted by the scientific community. You can write to Ed Chromie at this address: email@example.com
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