Astrophysics

   

The Origin of “Ultra Diffuse Galaxies”in Galaxy Cluster Centers.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

The origin of “Ultra Diffuse Galaxies” ( UDGs) in galaxy cluster centers, according to Quantum FFF Theory, is assumed to be based on very stable concentrations of multiple external electric dark matter black hole (EDMBH) configuration . "We asked ourselves how the sensitive ultra-diffuse galaxies could survive at all in an environment as unsettled as a galaxy cluster," explains Carolin Wittmann. Quantum FFF Theory seems to have the answer: by Fermion repelling Black Holes called EDMBHs ( Electric Dark Matter Black Holes.) crowded over the centers of these galaxy clusters. All galaxies are equipped with external so called GABHs (new physics Galaxy Ancho Black Holes). Thus, in the center of galaxy clusters, these GABHs are crowding all around and they seem to form a geometrical network of Dark Matter Galaxy Anchor Black Holes, polarizing the vacuum in between into multiple directions leading to Ultra Diffuse galaxies in the centers. In contrast, between TWO BHs there is a vacuum sucking for plasma to form spiral galaxy formation, as we learned in the early universe by Herbig Haro systems with only two GABHs. However in between three of more BHs there is a much more complex vacuum present sucking for plasma creating UDGs, diffuse open galaxies, just like our Magellan dwarf galaxies. According to Quantum FFF Theory, ( Function Follows Form) early Galaxies have growing potential by the number and size of external primordial dark matter black holes initially formed as big bang splinters able to pair into Quasars with stars-galaxies in between the dual black hole hotspots, called Galaxy Anchor Black Holes ( GABHs) which can merge with other galaxy-systems into complex spirals and elliptical. Irregular galaxies and Dwarf galaxies are supposed to be the result of secondary star forming interaction between GABHs after a merging process.. Later after Supernova black hole production these smaller black holes are able to pair as hotspots or “bow shocks” into Herbig Haro open star cluster systems,. If no galaxy merger candidates are available in the neighborhood, the galaxy will soon reach a maximum size and die by the merging of smaller black holes into the central black hole..

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