Galactic Repulsion (According to 'Hypothesis on MATTER')
|Title||Galactic Repulsion (According to \'Hypothesis on MATTER\')|
|Author(s)||Nainan K Varghese|
|Keywords||Gravitational attraction, galaxy, halo, primary electric field, biton, galactic spin, galactic repulsion, cosmology, cosmological constant, big-bang, Hypothesis on MATTER|
|No. of pages||11|
Matter bodies seem to exist everywhere in space, more or less evenly distributed. Discovery of gravitation necessitated a search for the cause for distribution of matter bodies throughout universe. Mutual attraction between matter bodies defies possibility of their even distribution in space unless it is counteracted by a repulsive action between matter bodies, at least in large scale-matter bodies. So far, none of various concepts proposed to overcome gravitational attraction between matter bodies on a large scale, has not supplied a rational theory. ?Hypothesis on MATTER' proposes a logical explanation that describes how neighbouring galaxies overcome gravitational attraction, to settle at a stable distance from each other. Same mechanism describes how formation and disbursal of galaxies are determined by their spin motion. Outer periphery (halo) of a spinning galaxy is formed by independent primary particles. They orient their primary electric fields to create sufficient magnetic repulsion between galaxies, to neutralize gravitational attraction between them. This is a natural process originating from the universal medium, which encompasses entire universe. Other macro bodies, smaller or different in structure from stable spinning galaxies, do not have this protection from gravitational attraction. Since galaxies are able to maintain their relative positions in space, universe (as a whole) is able to have a perpetual steady state of existence, except for local recycling of matter.