tonylang Posted February 2 Author Report Share Posted February 2 (edited) The Evolution of the Galaxoids; The LINE hypothesis suggests that the mass of the central black hole of each galaxoid is highly influential to the galaxoids’ schedule for stellar ignition. Galaxoids form during each universal transition event (UTE) as the sphere of primordial particles that is the central black holes’ Wall of Fire (WOF) undergoes cosmic inflation to encompass the central black hole. Given its inflationary UTE origin, the WOF halo encompassing each galaxoid is initially an ultra-low entropy, highly homogenous vein of very low-density primordial matter particles that informs the transition-light (CMB) anisotropy. The WOF halo is initially highly susceptible to the influence of the central black hole. Consequently, it falls upon the mass and spin dynamics of the central black hole to determine the evolution of the galaxoid into a future galaxy. For example, how quickly, or if at all, the initial sphere of the WOF halo will flatten into a disc shape is determined by the dynamics of the central black hole. The inflation of the WOF reduces the angular momentum (spin) of the central black hole. Galaxoids that emerge from a universal transition event (UTE) having a more energetic and supermassive central black hole will typically begin stellar ignition sooner than galaxoids having a much less massive and slower spinning central black hole. Supermassive to intermediate-mass central black holes will ignite star formation by beginning turbulence, accreting, or feeding sooner upon its’ WOF halo of primordial material. Additionally, a moderately massive central black hole with greater spin dynamics may circumstantially create a more violent stirring of its WOF halo to form more massive more numerous, and brighter ultraviolet stars. Less massive transitional black holes that form galaxoids will typically take more time to perturb its WOF halo. Thereby, star formation will take more time to begin relative to neighboring galaxoids leading to Schrodinger’s galaxy confusion. Because all WOF halos are initially homogenous due to their common inflationary origin, low energetic central black holes will produce primordial stars that tend to be less massive as material very slowly aggregate only by circumstantial, often weaker, gravitational perturbances from the local environment due to its less energetic central black hole. Hence, these stars will be less massive, more numerous, and burn redder throughout the galaxoids’ evolution into a galaxy, unless it becomes otherwise involved. Hence, large dimmer red galaxies existing among large brighter very blue galaxies are typical. These features and more are a consequence of the initial properties of the galaxoids central black hole. Further, observations of quasars existing predominantly within a particular range of time in cosmological history, predominantly at 2.44 BLY (z = 0.158), is due to some galaxoids initially having immense central black holes. These galaxoids begin the violent accretion of their WOF halo material on a largely common schedule only to deplete their fuel source on a similarly common schedule, to soon become undetectable or unrecognizable quasar remnants. This uniformity in observed quasar existence in cosmic evolution can only occur by the LINE hypothesized evolution of galaxies originating simultaneously from galaxoids during each UTE. Because quasars are the first visible and most numerous galaxies to form, due to their common schedule of formation, when the next less energetic galaxoids form visible galaxies, they will be in an expanding space populated by preexisting quasars. These moderately energetic galaxoids that form early galaxies are less energetic than existing quasars and so become much larger as their WOF halos are more gently perturbed and much less devoured by their central black hole compared to their voracious cousin the quasar. Such large early galaxies are sufficiently energetic to become large x-ray galaxies amidst a larger population of preexisting quasars within an expanding space-time. Consequently, quasars will be among the first galaxies with the opportunity to interact visibly with another galaxy. As large x-ray galaxies interact with a large population of quasars, incident quasars, being the compact gravitational galaxies that they are, become fodder for its larger cousin host. X-ray galaxies will collect quasars within their large gravitational envelope of primordial matter and dark matter, like a fisherman with a large net catches fish. Hence, quasar momentum and redshift become quantized because a particular host galaxy will capture only those quasars having momentum that is resonant to the host's specific momentum and gravitational features. Like half-backs catching footballs, particular host galaxies only capture particular quasars. Captured quasars being on their own high momentum trajectories and under the influence of their host x-ray galaxy will often be expelled by the most energetic manifestations within the host galaxy, often an accretion jet from the central black hole. In this interaction, quasars become like cannon balls shot from the cannon of the host galaxy and will be observed to populate the area around the host galaxy. Further, the appropriate size and spin of some central black holes of galaxoids inform the stratification of the WOF halo material that will form bands of stars, dust, and other matter to form the spiral arms that are a defining feature of spiral galaxies. Lower size and angular velocity transitional black holes that form galaxoids will evolve into a wide variety of types of galaxies. A very small central black hole in a galaxoid may not be sufficiently massive to agitate its’ encompassing WOF halo to influence stellar ignition to a significant degree leaving the WOF halo of the galaxoid with a stellar evolution that is essentially orphaned. Such galaxoids become highly vulnerable to external circumstances. Such galaxoids could very easily lose their central black hole from its central position. Orphaned galaxoids are a remnant WOF halo that becomes a primordial nebula with or without stars for a significant portion of its evolution into a galaxy. Such orphaned galaxoids that become intergalactic nebulae are either sequestered by other galaxies, become a lone intergalactic nebula, become a cluster of stars, or default to become the dispersed intergalactic dust that forms the stellar population that creates the phenomenon known as the intercluster light (ICL). Additionally, debytonic (dark) matter envelopes all galaxoids in the early universe. Dark matter population becomes locally diminished by the formation of numerous dark holes. These gaps in debytonic population create voids that will influence the separation of primordial nebulae from their debytonic matter envelope. Because debytonic matter gravitates with no rest mass, debytonic matter is not attracted to normal matter. However, normal matter, having rest mass, is attracted to debytonic gravitation. Consequently, debytonic matter will pursue its own trajectory unperturbed by factors that would divert normal matter as seen in the so called bullet cluster interaction. Hence, the primordial matter of the WOF halo of orphaned galaxoids can be circumstantially separated from its enveloping debytonic matter during gravitational encounters and gradients. Also, as voids become increasingly prevalent in the early universe, so does opportunities for galaxoids that become primordial nebulae to be stripped of their debytonic (dark) matter envelopes as early voids create gravitational gradients with the surrounding universe. Primordial nebulae may, or may not, retain their dark matter envelope. Primordial nebulae to less energetic galaxoids that do retain their debytonic (dark) matter, in the absence of other gravitational influences, will be shaped by its dark matter envelope distribution even as it evolves into a galaxy. Edited February 2 by tonylang Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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