Astrophysics

   

Dual Star Ejection in Open Star Clusters by the Central Star.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

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 paradigm splitting, (with Gamma Ray Bursts) accelerating and pairing Dark Matter Black Hole seems to be able to accelerate itself by a -Zero Point Energy driven-self created plasma tails, to form dumbbell systems, called Herbig Haro (HH) systems, as the start of Bok globules and new star formation in between these dual- or multiple black holes, kept apart by Birkeland current related particle jets. As a consequence, Herbig Haro systems are supposed to be the origin of Open star cluster, created by the dual production of Baby Stars out of the continuous growing an instable rotating central HH star. Several examples of such pairing and splitting into HH objects and Bok globules is observed inside the Carina nebula. These small black holes inside the Carina nebula are supposed to be remnants of Supernovas or even at a smaller scale remnants of comets or former Starspots like our own Black hole based Sunspots. This is also reason to suppose that what we observe here at a small scale should have happened directly after the Big bang and the origin of the so called Fractal shaped Lyman Alpha Forest.. As a consequence, this phenomenon is an extra support for the Quantum FFF theory based Big Bang model as the splitting process of a former Big Crunch black hole into a symmetric raspberry shaped multiverse. The recent observation of bipolar butterfly shaped planetary nebula aligned with the plane of the milky way, should be a direct result of the way Herbig Haro objects are created by pairing and receding dual black hole systems.

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[v1] 2014-05-13 05:24:03
[v2] 2014-05-14 10:11:20
[v3] 2014-05-16 03:38:59

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