Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Dark Matter Galaxy
Actually they only saw a giant elliptical galaxy, JVAS B1938+666, surrounded by a ring. The central galaxy shines at 53% of the frequencies emitted by modern hydrogen. Radio telescopes detect several linked-together small galaxies imbedded in the northern part of the ring. In the southern part of the ring, two small galaxies are lined up radially with the central galaxy. The small galaxies shine at 33% of the frequencies emitted by modern hydrogen. Scientists adjust what is visible to fit their mathematical models of reality. They explain that the small galaxies are really an optical illusion. Allegedly the light from a single background galaxy is bent into a ring and split into several parts by the intense gravity of the central object. In their attempts to explain the scene as an optical illusion, scientists encountered some mathematical difficulties. It was necessary to mathematically add the gravity from a massive invisible galaxy to bend the light into the appearance of linked-together small galaxies in the northern part of the ring.
What if astronomers could just accept the visible evidence that small galaxies are orbiting the elliptical, leaving trails of gas in their wake?
We observe rings around all the giant outer planets within the solar system. The spacecraft Cassini repeatedly photographed the rings and moons of Saturn, some of which are imbedded in the rings. Cassini also photographed the E ring being formed right now today as streams of fine ice and gas are visibly ejected from the south pole of Enceladus. They even detected a huge thin ring of charged particles connecting Enceladus to Saturn that lies at right angles to the rings.
In the neighborhood of the Milky way, radio telescopes detect rivers of gas connected to miniature orbiting galaxies. A river of neutral hydrogen connects the south pole of our galaxy to two miniature companions, the Magellanic galaxies. This suggests that the Magellanic miniatures were ejected from the Milky Way. When a star, or assembly of stars, moves it leaves behind a wake of ejected gas and dust. Evidently companion galaxies were ejected and orbit the parent galaxy.
Telescopic long exposures of the distant sky find a wallpaper of ancient galaxies as they appeared long ago. The light from these ancient galaxies shines at fractional rates of those from modern, local atoms. Some of the ancient galaxies appear to be primordial one-armed spirals. They look like tadpoles with tails made of discrete, equally-spaced clumps. At close ranges we observe how the arms have rotated around more, accelerated out more as the clumps spread out, following each other out in lanes. The closer galaxies shine at bluer spectral frequencies than the primordial ones. Evidently both the star streams and the atomic clocks accelerated together as the stars came out, rotated out, taking up more volume as galaxies intrinsically grew from the insides outwards. We also observe clusters of miniature galaxies packed around a large elliptical. The clusters often contain streaks of gas, evidently the trails left as the miniature galaxies move around their massive parents. In general, the arms of early spirals and the clusters of miniature galaxies shine with different spectral colors than the core of each galaxy or the giant elliptical in the heart of the cluster.
Why is it so hard for astronomers to accept the only history that is visible as it happened, galactic history? Why do they need to invent galaxies made entirely of invisible matter? The scientific universe is 99% made of magical things, such as invisible matter, never detected anywhere. People don’t invent invisible things unless they have some basic creed that motivates them to do so. The Bible predicts that in the last days mockers will come saying all things remain the same. They will obfuscate the age of the plural heavens with this idea - that the properties of all things are fixed. Indeed, science was founded on this very idea, that the essence of substance is changeless. Generations of scientists used this basic assumption to define various entities, such as mass, energy and time, and symbolical ways of “measuring” these undetectable things. Our system works, says the scientist. It works locally because the definitions and most measuring units were contrived with the one assumption: that atoms are immutable and dither with perpetual motion. None of their mathematical constants work in the distant universe without the need for inventing undetectable things like black holes and invisible matter.
What we see in the universe is creation and cosmic history, exactly as described in the biblical text. He created the plural heavens and the Earth first. Yet at that stage the earth was without form until He continued to command light to continue to be. Apparently that is when matter began to take up space as a relation with light. Later He formed the Sun, Moon and stars and placed them in the spreading place, the raqiya. He continues to call the stars to come out in unbroken continuity and no star goes missing. Since we see biblical creation and biblical cosmic history, we can be sure that the Creator will make foolish science, the system that was founded on the idea that all things remain the same. Carefully examine the basic creed of all scientists, that the properties of matter are fixed, not emerging. We see the opposite everywhere in the universe.
Radio image of JVAS B1938+666 come from the Merlin radio telescope. Infrared photos of the ringed system come from the Keck II telescope. The article on the invisible galaxy was produced by Dr. Simona Vegetti and a team of other astronomers.