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Sunday 18 April 2010

Unknown emissions from Galaxy M82

Tom Muxlow of Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics near Macclesfield, UK is co-discoverer of an unknown object in galaxy M82. He reports that this strange object has started sending out radio waves, and the emission does not look like anything seen anywhere in the universe before. "We don't know what it is," he says, honestly.

Whilst monitoring an unrelated stellar explosion in 2008, he and his colleagues observed a 'bright spot' of radio emission over a couple of days and it has continued to baffle sientists ever since. Unlike the emissions from supernovae, say, which soar and die away over a few months, this emission has remained bright for over a year.

The source of the emission is moving and moving very quickly, appearing at times to be 'superluminal', like high-speed jets of material 'squirted out' by some black holes.

His best guess is still that the radio source is some kind of dense object accreting surrounding material, perhaps

a large black hole or a black hole in an unusual environment.

Readers of my blogs will know that what has been found is a cloud of so called dark energy/matter, normally invisible, that has been excited by the original explosion in M82. The material making up the cloud is composed of particles or matter defined by negative and complex dimensions that can 'exist' in our, 'real' half of the universe, because the volume is positive. (For example a body with dimensions of -1, i, i, will have a positive volume. ie. V= -1 x i x i)
It has been shown by mathematicians that manifolds with negative or complex dimensions can vibrate at calculable

The universe is composed of  'real' and 'imaginary' halves, which sum to zero. We inhabit the 'real' part which we experience. The 'Imaginary' half pervades all of the 'real' part, but we cannot sense it except that it may play a part in pan-universal forces such as gravity.

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