View Full Version : New Findings Challenge "Dynamo Effect" of Galactic Magnetic Fields

2008-Oct-01, 06:00 PM
A team of astronomers has obtained the first direct measurement of a young galaxy's magnetic field, and were surprised at their findings. Using the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope, the world's largest fully steerable radio telescope, the researchers were able to peer back in time, to gauge the nascent galaxy’s magnetic field as [...]

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2008-Oct-01, 07:19 PM
I'm not trying to distract from the main topic because it is very fascinating, but if this proves true for other young galaxies then it could be plausible that the CMB is responsible for generating and projecting highly concentrated magnetic fields surrounded by subatomic particles in the wake of its growing pulsation (simultaneous expansion and contraction), attracting the subatomic particles to interact; forming atoms of hydrogen which then begin to cluster together in gas clouds around pivotal points in the magnetic field, being dispersed and acting under the law of conservation of energy - eventually forming stars and stars systems around the potential super massive black hole forming at the largest concentration of magnetic energy [In theory the CMB would be producing fully operational galaxies which then begin the process of dispersal of matter (growth/decay) as they trek across the universe, moving according to the previous magnetic fields created around it].