New Solar and Galaxy Formation Knowledge

Authors: Ivar Nielsen

Standing cosmology theories and hypothesis are largely based on the modern "single points of views" and on some older theories that doesn't fit the later modern discoveries. The 3 basic electromagnetic forces do not come to their right in the cosmological research and they are by large suppressed by the old Newtonian theories and the newer Einsteinan theories and hypothesis. - It is very odd that traditional modern physicists and cosmologists don't take offspring in the well known facts from the 3 basic electric forces instead of working with the supposed force of gravity, which is far from understood. The existent theories seem to lack both dynamic and cyclic descriptions instead of the static point of view. The conventional explanation for the formation of our solar system and galaxies, etc. are that gravity collapse gas and matter together, and where gases become stars that later explode and create planets in a solar system, but there may be another explanation? More facts and a thorough analysis of these theories suggest that it may behave even much different. The purpose of this article is to see if there may be existing facts which should be reviewed by the discovery of significant new indications of the formation is our solar system is formed by a process inside the center of our galaxy, as well as a new hypothesis for galaxy formation and the formative movements in the 2 basic types, Spiral Galaxies and Barred Galaxies.

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[v1] 7 Sep 2011

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