Friday, June 3, 2016

Filament Structure of the Large Scale Universe

I have been wondering about the filament structure of the large scale universe for a while.

It seems that the nods of the filaments stay there and they are not going to merge together. 

I got struck by the idea that the gravitational force must become repulsive at the scale beyond ~163 to 261 million light-years apart. That means the Newtonian gravity potential V(r)~-1/r  will have to have the slope downward beyond the critical distance Rc instead of going flat toward infinity.

The seemingly uniform neuron like distribution of the nods of the filament can not be possible without the balancing act of repulsive gravity among themselves.

This conjecture immediately negates the Big Bang theory of the universe.

The filaments connect the nods because the gravity between the neighboring filaments is still attractive as they are closer than the “critical” distance that changes the gravity into repulsive domain. I explained that Newtonian and dipole gravity are caused by the magnetic monopole tachyonic neutrinos in the universe in my book.
So there must be some fundamental reasons for the universe to have the filament like structure. 
I tend to think that this may have something to do with the speed limit of the Tachyonic Neutrinos in the universe. If the speed of the neutrinos can actually become infinite, as the simple special relativistic theory indicates, the universe would not have filament structures. It seems like there must be a certain limit of speed of travel for those magnetic monopole tachyonic neutrinos and this can create the filament like structure in the large scale universe.

I propose the large scale filament structure universe's extended Newtonian gravity potential as

V(r) ~ -1/r    for r  smaller or equal to Rc
V(r) ~ -(r-Rc)^a for r larger than Rc

where Rc is the "critical" distance of the large scale universe in the range of ~163 to 261 million light years and "a" a positive number. The validity of this potential can easily be tested by numerical computer simulation. The universe is truly the source of unlimited wonder and curiosity. 

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