Dandav Posted November 25, 2022 Report Share Posted November 25, 2022 (edited) Our scientists assume that there is not enough gravity in the galaxy to keep the stars in their orbital motion. For example, in order to keep the Sun in its orbital motion around the SMBH, there is a need of 10^11 Sun mass. However, the total mass of the SMB is only 4*10^6 Sun mass. Therefore, the missing mass is called dark matter. However, there is a severe mistake in this assumption Somehow, the dark matter by itself can't explain the full structure of spiral galaxy. It can't explain the Bulge, Bar, Ring and the disc shape. It can't explain the spiral structure of the arm and why the thickness of the arm at the base (at 3KPC) is 3,000 LY while at the edge of the arm (12-15KPC) it is only 400LY. It even can't explain the wobbling motion of the sun as it orbits around the galaxy. Therefore, could it be that it was a sever mistake to assume that the Sun interact by gravity to the center of the galaxy? We know that the moon interacts by gravity to the Earth. The earth/moon are interacted by gravity to the Sun. Therefore, as the moon interacts by gravity to the Earth, it wobbling while it orbits around the Sun. Can we assume that spiral arm s gravitational arm? The Sun is located at the Orion arm. Therefore, why can't we assume that the Sun interacts by gravity to the local spiral arm and go with it wherever it goes? Therefore, why can't we assume that as the moon interacts by gravity to the Earth, and it is wobbling while it orbits around the Sun, the Sun interacts to the Orion arm by gravity and it is wobbling as it orbits around the center of the galaxy. Edited November 25, 2022 by Dandav Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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