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Slowpokes DEFY Newtonian Gravity and Kepler’s Third Law of Motion

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.

Binary Plasma Stars are connected by Vortex-Tendex Field Lines. Gravity theory is incorrect, and requires phony dark matter for larger structures like galaxies and galaxy clusters.

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  1. “Binary plasma stars are not gravitational bound orbiting systems, but likely moving flowing plasma gases containing charged particles that are confined and connected together by electro-magnetic field lines.”

    You ought to re-write this so it makes sense. Particles are not connected together by electro-magnetic field lines. These things do not exist. They are models.

    First of all, it is electromagnetic — no hyphen. In reality, the plasma *is* the electromagnetic field. The plasma is made up of charged particles where there is enough charge separation to induce an electric current. Hence, an electromagnetic field.

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  2. I’m a newbie to this area and site but in the referenced cosmology blog the author defends the “dark matter” hypothesis because:
    “MoND doesn’t really account for other observational evidence of dark matter – notably the gravitational lensing seen in different galaxies and galactic clusters – a degree of lensing that exceeds what is expected from the amount of visible mass that they contain.”

    Does plasma physics do any better than MoND at explaining the lensing?

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    • Gravitational Lensing is the mainstream interpretation using relativity as gravity for dark matter bending light, like the Einstein Cross. Einstein used Maxwell’s EM equations to make mechanics consistent with relativity. Mass replaced Charge, and Coloumb’s constant was replaced by Newton’s gravitational constant. This interpretation requires enormous dark matter, black holes, and dark energy to explain galaxy shapes and galaxy clusters. Moving charges along Plasma filaments are the cosmic web, but they add dark matter filament components, to explain it by Gravity and Relativity. Big-bang theory itself predicts that half the mass of the universe is in filaments. They cannot explain the shapes of galaxies by gravity without dark matter, because the moving charges in filaments are analogous forces to explain the missing mass. The popular galaxy cluster named the bullet cluster, has most of its normal baryonic matter mass as plasma at the center. Much dark matter resides outside the central region, where the moving charged particles form magnetic bubbles and electric fields that are analogous to mass. A galaxy cluster has 10 times more mass in its Hot Intergalactic Medium of plasma then in its constituent galaxies. They are finding more Einstein crosses, because they are connected by filaments to more distant galaxies. Taotao Fang says that when looking through a filament along its length, they can be seen, extending hundreds of millions of light years, and the interpretation is ongoing as to calling it a gravitational lens by dark matter. The filaments are associated with larger-scaled structures throughout the universe. The sloan great wall filament is 1.37 billion light years across. Arp’s galaxies, some over 2 billion light years apart, were seen to have connecting filaments, which means they are together part of a larger scaled supercluster extending vast distances.

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