Galaxy Cyclonics and Relativistic Jets

A fraction of oscillating fluid densities in the bubble film experiments (1995-2012) have evolved into rotating rings or cyclonic structures void of any center (torus-like). The phenomenon occurs mainly in regular and superelliptical pentagonal frames.

Recent observations from the Event Horizon Telescope teams (2019) have detailed the accretion disk activity of a black hole. Black hole and cyclonic ring images are identical suggesting the BH is simply another oscillating density galaxy phase or active cyclonic ring, which impacts the formation and radiation of relativistic jets.

Blurred cyclonic ring image with 2019 EHT Black Hole picture


Chandra X-ray Observatory image of M-87 with proposedoscillating field currents of ring density (black hole)

                                                              BLACK HOLE SYSTEM

The black hole system incorporates oscillating field currents from the galaxy model. The rotating density ring or accretion disk accommodates variations of structure (spectral transmission), which include those features that would produce any observed ‘wobbling’ of the relativistic jets from an offset pinch. The field currents have dark properties.

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