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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Solved: SUPERVOID MAY EXPLAIN GARGANTUAN COLD SPOT LURKING IN DISTANT UNIVERSE

If we are on the inside of a black hole type structure that is our observable universe$^{[1]}$, then the CMB would be like looking at the 2D surface of our observable universe's black hole (the inside surface).  

This 2D CMB surface includes ALL the information from everything that is in the observable universe and likely then some.  ALL of the information also means the charge and electromagnetic  information, and the total charge is conserved and the total charge in the universe is a balanced in harmony with Nature neutral zero.

There is a theorem in mathematics (the calculus of vector fields), the hairy ball theorem that is directly related to this "COLD SPOT".  That is the spot where the vector field necessarily tends towards zero due to the Hairy Ball Theorem when applied to electromagnetic fields (Maxwell's equations - the stuff electrical engineers Excel in).


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