"Scientists aren't perfect, just peer reviewed.""Eye of Sauron Observatory", featuring "Sauron's Other Eye", 16" dob, conical Royce mirror.
Quote:"There is no theory of galactic evolution."Here's one. "There are stupid collision models based on wrong linear computer models."In other words, there are some theories but you don't like them."No one has thought seriously about it or published anything serious in decades.""Serious" and "seriously" are qualifiers, which simply indicate that you are dismissing all the thinking and publishing about this subject on the basis of your own personal insistence."Those who would try are hounded out of the clergy."This is unsupported. Why not tell us exactly what has happened to you, and others, in specific and verifiable detail so your audience can make an independent judgment of your assertions.
Quote:Yes, the hypotheses so far are based primarily on gravity and ignore electromagnetic effects. But those aren't unreasonable assumptions - the net charge of objects at large scale tends to be close to 0. And while we can see intense local magnetic fields, magnetic field strength drops of with the cube of distance vs. the square for gravity, so again at large scales gravity will dominate.
Quote: If applied to a Hydrogen atom it would say that electromagnetic effects can be ignored, but we know they are very important.
Quote:Plasmas are quasi neutral by definition and electromagnetism drives their properties and behavior.
Quote:This is a somewhat different question, but is there any discrepancy between the level of organization of galaxies and how much time they needed to form, according to current models? Is dark matter required for them to have formed as quickly as they did?
Quote:So rather than complain about lack of plasma and magnetic effects in the model, perhaps it would be more productive to think about how we would detect such effects if they really exist. Then we can get some useful data to help develop a better theory.
Quote:"The Secret SitsWe dance round in a ring and suppose, But the Secret sits in the middle and knows" Robert Frost
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