RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

January 10, 2021

Reciprocal System Explanation of X-Ray Bubble Structure of the Milky Way

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 7:40 pm

Anton Petrov’s YouTube video shows the observations:

The Reciprocal System explanation is quite obvious, whereas the conventional theorists honestly don’t have a clue. As stars get closer and closer to the galactic center, their speed of revolution keeps increasing. Ultimately this speed reaches c, the speed of light, at which point the velocity equation inverts from s/t to t/s–so instead of coordinate space/clock time, we have coordinate time/clock space, by the First Reciprocal Postulate. But outward in coordinate time is equivalent to inward in coordinate space, so the stars become closely packed, by our spatial perspective, even though they’re apart in coordinate time. The “black hole” at the center of our Galaxy and others is, in reality, a “white dwarf core” in which the stars and particles are in the same condition as the atoms and particles of a white dwarf star or pulsar or quasar. The speed of the stars is between 1c and 2c (from our perspective); this motion in time replaces the previous motion in space. Eventually, some of the stars go Supernova Type I or Type 2. This produces motion in the third dimension, which is in space; recall that in the Reciprocal System, motion can have three dimensions and not simply one! The outward spatial motion of atoms from the explosion then leave the white dwarf core, causing the Galactic Bubble. Originally, gamma rays and radio waves are emitted (similar to that of a pulsar moving away from the Galactic plane) and the atoms will leave our material sector for the cosmic sector; but if the the explosion isn’t strong enough, the motion will halt (due to the gravitational force of the Galaxy) and so the atoms will drop down in speed and emit x-rays (just like pulsars coming back toward the Galactic plane). Hence the x-ray structure. This whole situation is similar to that of the ejection of quasars from large spheroidal galaxies at the end of their life–but, of course, on a much, much smaller scale.

Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself.


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