Splitting Dark Matter Black Hole Big Bang as the Origin of Ultra-Energetic-Cosmic-Rays-From Far-Away

Authors: Leo Vuyk

Recent UHECR ( Ultra High Energetic Cosmic Rays) observations come from the Pierre Auger Observatory, a huge cosmic ray detector array in Argentina. The finding gives the first solid evidence that the rays don't just come from all over, but mainly from a restricted area outside our own galaxy. Reason to compare the restricted UHECR area with the location of the Splitting Dark Matter Black Hole Big Bang (DMBH.BB) suggested earlier by Quantum FFF Theory. ( Function Follows Form) The first simple comparison do indeed show evidence for a clear match of these areas. The so called “Cold Spot” well known to be present in the Cosmic Background Radiation (CMBR) is surprisingly located in the middle of the restricted UHECR area and connected with the Large Quasar Groups found by Roger Clowes. ( 2013 University of Central Lancashire). As a consequence I suggest, that the UHECR particles are produced by the Big Bang black hole splitting process of the early universe, located in the restricted area of an early Lyman Alpha system. The early larger black hole chunks of the Big Bang splitting process are supposed to be origin of largest particle accelerators, more powerful than the smaller black hole chunks of later era. To understand the forming of early ultra high energy atom nuclei around splitting black holes however, we should follow the new black hole paradigm of Qauntum FFF Theory.

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