Tuesday, July 29, 2014
A Simple Explanation of the "Hot Bubble" Around Our Galaxy
I've been developing the Simple Explanation's cosmology for five years now, here at the Simple Explanation of Absolutely Everything blog. I'm happy to report to you that the various assertions made by the Simple Explanation continue to be upheld by recent scientific discoveries. Now and then I pass these along to you so you can see the Simple Explanation's utility in understanding science.
The image above is a side view of the Milky Way galaxy, showing the galactic X-ray background in red and a number of bright, white X-ray knots. The accompanying article, reprinted below, describes how the red bubble surrounding the plane of the Milky Way was recently proven to exist.
The Simple Explanation not only predicted this bubble, but further claims there is a bubble surrounding every object in the universe. Conventional astronomers believe the galaxy predated the bubble and that the bubble was created from an extremely powerful explosion near the center of the Milky Way. The Simple Explanation, on the other hand, thinks they've gotten the cart before the horse. According to the Simple Explanation, since its inception, the universe has been riddled with toroidal-shaped vortices of electromagnetic energy. It is the pre-existing torus that pulls particles together to form galaxies, stars, planets, and you-name-it. The gravitational disturbances predate the celestial bodies, they are not the result or by-product of the bodies, but the other way around.
I'd be surprised if astronomers don't find these bubbles everywhere they look, once they begin looking for them. I'll further predict for you right now that the bubbles will be found to be associated with the strange alignment of galactic axes already noted throughout the universe.
Here's the reprint from today's Huffington Post Science blog, by Joseph Castro: