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It is hereby proposed that most orbiting stellar systems remain in orbit around a galaxy's SMBH until intercepted by an expanding galactic bulge. 

The outer edge of that bulge encloses an outward-pointing electric field whereby electrons are pushed downward toward the rotational axis of the galaxy rather than toward the SMBH. The positively charged material that remains aloft adds to the size of the galactic bulge to thus expand it farther out toward the remaining stellar systems.


Your informant enthusiastically invites any confirmation for this logical conclusion or any inconsistency it might seem to hold against valid principles under conventional understanding.

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Edit 2: It is here proposed that a downward-pointing electric field possessed by our stellar galaxy has sent so many protons toward its center, that those protons have assembled into a formation that caps a domain possessed of an upward-pointing electric field. As continuous flow from protons from above add to this formation, that cap; a shell formation of protons, expands further out into the galaxy where it encloses stellar formations, extracts the electrons contained in such matter and thereby furthers this growth of our galaxy's central bulge with remaining materials of positive charge.

In that electronic repulsion accounts for the elevation of the shell of protons, it remains above any nuclei that contain neutrons, and does so in excess of any centrifugal force from orbital phenomena. Hence, newly captured stellar material bearing the neutron ballast encounters new-found resistance to its previous orbital relationship with the central black hole below, and would present a barred path of illumination as it nosedives toward that greedy central point.



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I'll have to think about this. Right now I'm in too much of a goofball mood to give a straight forward answer devoid of cynical side effects...

Interesting thought though. That SMBH issue has more than one physicist in a quandary

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PERSEID RECAP: Earth is exiting the debris stream of Comet Swift-Tuttle, source of the annual Perseid meteor shower. According to the International Meteor Organization, the shower peaked on August 12th with ~120 meteors per hour. NASA's network of all-sky meteor cameras photographed and measured the orbits of nearly 300 Perseid fireballs:

In the diagram, above, the location of Earth is denoted by a red splat. The orbit of parent comet Swift-Tuttle is traced in purple. The comet itself does not intersect Earth (good thing), but many of its meteoroids do hit our planet.

"The plot contains data from July 26th to the present," says Bill Cooke, the head of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office. "There are 289 fireballs, 183 on peak night alone." To illustrate the intensity of the shower, Cooke offers a composite image of all the fireballs over the Marshall Space Flight Center on August 12th. "It was a great show."

For more snapshots from around the world, browse the Realtime Perseid Photo Gallery:




I thought this might depict an example of the acceleration and deceleration of cosmic debris on the local level. Besides that, it's amazing. 120 meteors per hour Sunday... really cool.


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