|Assessing the Orbital Motions of distant Red Dwarf Binaries requires New Laws of Plasma Physics|
Low mass Red Dwarf Binary stars are not found in locations predicted by Newtonian Gravity and Kepler’s third law of motion. SLOWPOKE stars are >500 A.U. apart and low mass, and at such distances Gravity cannot hold binary red dwarf stars called Slowpokes together as a binary system, nor explain their incorrect locations orbiting the milky way. Kepler’s third Law works pretty well for planets inside the solar system, because almost all of the mass is in the Sun, and planetary orbits are inside the Heliosphere Current Sheath. Assuming Newton’s Gravity and General Relativity to be valid at all scales, leads to phony dark matter hypothesis as a forced requirement at Galactic and extra Galactic Scales. Alternative Cosmologies without Dark Matter can explain this anomaly. Binary plasma stars are not gravitational bound orbiting systems. The plasma is made up of charged particles where there is enough charge separation to induce an electric current, hence an electromagnetic field. The plasma IS the electromagnetic field.