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The Origin of Bok Globules and Molecular Clouds, Splitting and Pairing Electric Dark Matter Black Holes.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

According to Quantum FFF ( Function Follows Form) Theory, all star forming molecular clouds are the result of one or more Herbig Haro systems, equipped with so called dual hotspots which are assumed to be the result of dual new physics “electric dark matter black holes”. Bok globules are small dark clouds of dense cosmic dust and gas in which star formation only seldom takes place. Recently some Bok globules are found with dual and triple density distributions indicating that small Herbig Haro systems could also here be the origin of cloud formation. One of them (ESO 9934) seems to be responsible for fast Infra Red globule production in stead of real stars. These globules discriminate themselves by showing two regular alignments of 5-7 globules. The two rows of globules show a V- shape, pointing to the centre of the small Herbig Haro system.

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