Open Issues
© Charles Chandler
  • Nothing above the scale of a galaxy has been addressed. So galactic clusters, and all larger cosmological discontinuities, are not mentioned.
    • Miles Mathis' rotating universe hypothesis.
  • The ages of galaxies.
  • The ages of stars.
  • The ages of planets.
  • Do stars first become planets?
  • Do old stars turn into planets?
  • Can the density of an object's environment, or an approaching environment, determine whether the object is or will be growing or shrinking?
  • Can the past density of an object's environment determined and, if so, can that history determine the object's age?
  • What is the mechanism responsible for the redshift pattern*18481 in clusters of quasars? Is it degree of ionization?
    • Karlsson periodicity. See 1.
  • Provide more info comparing jets from the various kinds of galaxy AGNs and link to a page that explains galactic jets, and why they vary.
  • How reliable are redshift data, and all of the conclusions based on it?
  • Shouldn't the maximum quasar size be about the same as the companion galaxy?
  • Are galaxies the maximum sized objects that seem to have im/explosion cycles?
  • Do more diagrams of how the electric currents and the resulting magnetic fields that convert radial to angular momentum in galaxies.
  • What are the odds that spiral galaxies are subject to im/explosions?
  • Wouldn't there be spirals obviously at various stages of im/explosion?
  • Like wouldn't there be spirals partially im/exploding, though the galaxy looks predominantly like a normal spiral?
  • Could you make a video simulation of the process?
  • [left off at section #11]



1. Arp, H.; Fulton, C.; Carosati, D. (2013): Intrinsic Redshifts in Quasars and Galaxies.

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