Astronomy: Dark Matter
— Part II
of Wave Theory][NGC
2207 and IC 2163 Galaxies]
The magnetic loop is comprised of swirling
and spinning magnetic matter — invisible dark matter.
The latter is found in waves of various sizes and densities.
Although dark matter is usually transparent, there are visible
manifestations: for example, the gray space or halo-like objects
— containing highly-concentrated magnetic loops —
that surround galaxies. Every energetic formation, including
dark matter, is continuously involved in the shuttling of
magnetic matter to its internal magnetic space. In contrast
to its configuration in the energetic loop, the energetic
path in the magnetic loop is rigid and protects its territory
Click to enlarge; NASA
|The wave formation of a solar prominence: magnetic loop
in blue and the energetic in red.
||Auroras are the earth’s magnetic
Click to enlarge; NASA
A diverse array of wave lengths exists, and every energetic
wave possesses a specific frequency. A particular wave’s
properties depend on the amount of energy that is at its disposal
and only formations with the compatible frequencies can communicate
with one another (just as every radio station sits on its
own frequency). Similarly, the energy in ascending energetic
loops only proceeds along suitable energetic paths. Moreover,
this framework ensures that individual loops do not interfere
with other, unrelated loops, which is essential to the efficient
functioning of the universe.
Any change in the energetic activities in a wave formation’s
vicinity is immediately signaled across its entire edifice
as a rigid, energetic “impulse.” This process
is characteristic of waves as large as the universe and those
as minute as atoms or photons; namely, waves of all shapes
and sizes. Consequently, Einstein’s prediction concerning
gravitational waves even applies to atoms, and wave theory
constitutes the realization of Einstein and Plank’s
Within the wave, distance is inconsequential. It takes the
same exact amount of time for signals in each and every wave
to reach any and all destinations, regardless of the size
of the particular wave, be it a galaxy, solar system, or even
an atom. The entire universe is indeed miniscule relative
to the vast borderless space outside its boundaries. In fact,
the variance between our universe and the undefined space
may be compared with the proportion between a photon and our
universe. Nevertheless, a signal that is transferred cross
the universe reaches its destination in the same amount of
time it would take for the signal to reach a neighboring planet,
moon, or house. There is no notion of “things taking
longer” within the realm of internal signaling. In other
words, the internal signals of every wave are transferred
immediately, as size and distance are inconsequential.
Einstein determined that every wave travels at a uniform
speed. Yet, a clear distinction must be made between the speed
of a wave, which varies from formation to formation, and the
speed within a wave, which is always the same for every wave.
However, the method by which these internal signals are transferred
is unknown and warrants the attention of researchers.
The universe, and for that matter all other formations, contains
a center, from which the magnetic waves depart in the form
of wave prominences. Even the atom possesses this type of
framework, which ensures that its neutrons and electrons remain
on their orbit (see the article, the
Structure of the Hydrogen Atom).
Everything in the universe adheres to a clear hierarchy whereby
larger entities engender smaller entities in an enduring cycle.
Since energetic matter only moves in one forward direction
along the energetic path and does not veer off its course,
the wave formation must be a closed alignment. Formations
do occasionally escape from the magnetic loop, but these ‘runaways’
are doomed for destruction.
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Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright©
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