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First Graphene Detection in Magellanic Cloud Planetary Nebulae Suggests New EM Cosmology

BUCKYBALLS, GRAPHENE, and CARBON NANOTUBES – COMMON ABUNDANT CARBON ATOMS have INCREDIBLE IMPLICATIONS for cosmology :  The known visible matter mass fraction content of the Milky Way galaxy is 74% Hydrogen, 23% HElium, 1% Oxygen, and 0.46% Carbon. Heavier elements greatly influence astronomical phenomena. Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the Universe.  The mass ratio of Hydrogen Atoms to Carbon Atoms is shockingly influential at 150 to 1 in our galaxy, considering how graphene organizes electric and magnetic fields in outer space.  Astrobiology and Cosmology Implications: (1) Water becomes liquid forming clusters and beads near absolute zero temperature by contacting carbon nanotubes. (2) Graphite Dust + CO + H —> (yields) Carbon Nanotubes . (3) Graphene Nanobubbles likely fills outer space, and GRAPHENE UNDER STRAIN CREATES INCREDIBLY STRONG MAGNETIC FIELDS. (4) Electrons in vacuum move at very high speeds on GRAPHENE in ways that mimic the movements of photons.  NASA’s Spitzer telescope has only just RECENTLY been able to detect these carbon molecules using NEW technology. These Carbon structures have EXTRAORDINARY PROPERTIES and are : (1) In Common Supernovae WINDS (Magnetic Fields – Bubbles). (2) Fourth most abundant element or atom in the Universe. (3) Very stable, strong, flexible, elastic, tensile, and easily formed (4) Great Electrical CONDUCTIVITY that DISSIPATES HEAT and is TRANSPARENT.  The Paper states C60, C70, and Planar C24 Graphene Detections appearing as small fuzzy blobs in the Magellanic Cloud Planetary Nebulae.  Stanghellini says  “the existence of these molecules does not depend on the stellar temperature, but on the strength of the WIND SHOCKS.” “Collisional shocks generated in stellar winds of planetary nebulae (supernova magnetic fields) could be responsible for fullerenes and graphenes.” BUCKYBALLS were discovered in the Magellanic Clouds in 2010, which sprung a huge rebuttal against Dark Matter Gravitational Forces for what are Electromagnetic Forces in outer space vacuums.  The EM forces of these commonly abundant Carbon molecular structures in outer space, can far better and more easily explain away any illusionary fictional gravitational forces attributed to phony dark matter.

Black Hole Laser Beams transform Graphene into BuckyballsBlack Hole LASERS form BUCKYBALLS
Fractal point entity Buckyballs compose spinning one dimensional single atom thick Graphene Nanotubes that thrive in the EM Fabric Vacuum of Outer Space, carrying flowing electric currents and having moving high speed electrons, that produce vast sized magnetic fields of incredible strengths.
Dimensionality of Carbon Atoms
Three dimensional covalent network structure of Diamond, Two dimensional covalent plates of graphite, One dimensional single wall tubes of carbon nanotubes, and Zero dimensional point entities of C60 Buckyballs on the millimeter scale. Between the integer 0d, 1d, 2d, and 3d, there are fractional and fractal dimensions.
The Fractal Filamentary Cosmic Web of Filaments is very likely magnetically confined by the Hollow Centers inside Carbon Nanotubes -The Fractal Cosmic Web of Filaments contains Invisible Transparent Carbon Nanotubes and not Dark Matter Components.
EM Interacting Nanotubes


Carbon Nanotubes resemble Galaxies with Electric Currents and Magnetic Field Lines







“Graphene sheets could play the role of some primordial ribosome in outer space”, states gravity dark matter scientist Crowell at  “A graphene sheet or buckyball tube would attract nucleotides and preferentially pair up with the appropriate base pairs. Fullerenes might have been common on the very early earth.” Many complex metabolites are like graphene sheets and fullerone walls at the core by gluing CH(ON) rings.

Single-stranded DNA and carbon nanotubes are chemically compatible and readily self-assemble into DNA-carbon nanotube hybrids, including helical wrapping. DNA spontaneously binds to carbon nanotubes by attractive interactions between the DNA BASES and the sidewall.




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  1. On July 19 2011 my friend an I saw a bright star ‘explode’ at 930 +/- EST-10pm looking ENE over the Atlantic from Fl- when the ‘flash’ , ( 2 seconds
    ) was over it seemed the same star was still there after the flash…moments later on this extra clear nite, we saw a satellite on a S to N route pass us just a few degrees above the direction of the explosive star- could,ve been the shuttle-dunno. Can anyone tell us What we witnessed re : what appeared to be a very bright star ‘exploding in a flash ‘?? 386 299 8601

    • The final shuttle mission launched a tiny satellite, called PICO or something, to meet up with the shuttle in outer space. I was searching to see if it was launched on july 19 2011? think they said it was launched two weeks before the shuttle took off? The bright flash may have been this, and not a flashing meteor

  2. What an astounding concept!
    Finally forward thinking — I was just reading D Bodanis and he writes that the sodium ion is lined up along the OUTSIDE of the nerve like the accelerators on a roller coaster— rhodopsin brings it in to grab the car, throw it forward, and when the momentum is about to die, another grab takes hold and tosses it forward. Once the signal has passed the clean-up uses 80% of our brains’ food store. Amazing. Lewis Thomas once likened the solar system to a cell and guess what? the voyager found the bubbly wall!! What could be stranger?

    • Thanks very much for fascinating analogies. The bubbly wall of the solar system must be a plasma membrane. Please see my newest story about “Living Fractal Plasma Ecosystem Filaments in the Universe” at
      It explains black holes by light capturing cyanobacteria, cell motion like moving protostars is done by water jets that sprinkle the cosmos. The suns filaments animate the same as living cell filaments. The Einstein cross Gravitational lens with 4 quasars is the same plasma filamentary arrangement of bacterial chromosomes dividing. Dust in interstellar space naturally forms helical structures like DNA


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