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Two or Three Large Quasar Groups (LQGs) Located at the Start of Two or Three Lyman Alpha Systems and a Part of the Raspberry Multiverse?

Authors: Leo Vuyk

TWO or THREE Large Quasar Groups (LQGs) located at the start of two or three Lyman Alpha systems and a part of the Raspberry Multiverse? Leo Vuyk, Architect, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Abstract, According to Quantum FFF Theory, the FORM and MICROSTRUCTURE of elementary particles, is supposed to be the origin of FUNCTIONAL differences between Higgs- Graviton- Photon- and Fermion particles. As a result, a NEW splitting, accelerating and pairing MASSLESS dual Black Hole system seems to be able to convert vacuum energy (ZPE) efficiently into real electric energy and even H2 production at the black hole horizon, by entropy decrease and is supposed to be responsible for all dark matter and Galaxy formation in the universe. As a second consequence The Lyman Alpha structure of the universe is also supposed to be originated by this splitting and pairing process of Black holes, which should have been started at the beginning of the universe. Thus the big bang could have been a splitting and evaporation process of one or more central “new paradigm” black holes creating huge black holes based Quasars at the start of the Lyman alpha forest process.. Now I suggest that we can observe a strong signal of such a Black Hole splitting event as the start of a secondary branch of the Lyman Alpha system, at Z=1.27, distance, by the recent observation of TWO or even THREE Huge LQGs presented by R.Clowes. et al. As a consequence of the redshift (Z=1.27) , it must be emphasized that this Huge LQG event can only be the start of one of the many branches of the Lyman Alpha forest in the Big Bang process, and not as the start and centre of the raspberry multiverse as depicted here as an example of black hole splitting.

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[v1] 2013-01-15 07:04:56
[v2] 2014-02-18 04:35:56

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