Text and images transcript of the video Black Holes, Part 1, Orbiting Stars by Rolf Witzsche 

Black Holes, Part 1, Orbiting Stars

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For example, people try to apply Kepler's laws to the observed motions of the stars in the galaxy, in terms of the stars orbiting the galactic center, but the evidence doesn't match Kepler's laws.

The evidence is so far off as if the laws don't apply. People get stuck with this paradox, and fall back to dreaming.

 This time, they dream of dark matter as epicycles, in order to make the impossible appear plausible.

A few people who are not dreaming, however, simply ask what laws do apply that produce the evidence we see?

That's how Kepler got out of the epicycles. He stopped dreaming. He woke up.

Just imagine what we can do when we, too, wake up.

A totally different scene unfolds in the galactic landscape when we look at it with open eyes. Since the force of gravity diminishes with the square of the distance, it is too weak a force to support orbital dynamics on the galactic scale.

This means that orbiting stars are only possible in dreams. In the real world, it is physically impossible for the weakest force in the universe, the gravitational force, to keep a hold on a star across 50,000 light years distant, moving at a velocity of 250 Km/Sec. The immense gravity that would accomplish such a gravitational hold isn't physically possible. And what isn't possible, is also not happening.

Nor is the principle of gravitational dynamics reflected in the measured movement of the stars in the galaxy. This tells an alert person that we see two totally different principles expressed. The motion of the planets clearly reflect the dynamics of a gravity-bound orbital system, while the motion of stars are clearly the result of a different effect. This simply means that the galactic system is not a gravity-bound system. Its characteristic reflects the principle of a plasma motivated system. For it, different principles and different laws apply.

One of the pioneering explorers of a plasma motivated galactic system was the Swedish electrical engineer, plasma physicist, and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Physics, Hannes Alfven. When on applies the principles of electrodynamics to the theoretical motions of stars in the galaxy, the predicted motions match the observations rather well, in principle. 

Here two principles apply. One principle tells us that the stars in a galaxy do not orbit the galactic center, but are moved by the rotating electromagnetic currents that flow within the spiral arms.

Another principle tells us that the entire galaxy rotates as a single unit by the electromagnetic force of the galactic primer fields. It rotates by an effect similar to that of the homopolar motor. By this effect the galaxy completes one revolution in 220 to 360 million years, with the central bar rotating more than twice as fast, in the range of only 100 - 120 million years per revolution.

This wider perception opens up a whole new way of looking at the universe. Isn't it fun being awake? Who wants to be dreaming anymore of impossible epicycles like dark matter and orbiting stars?

Some do, of course. Within the box of constricting doctrines, cosmic science has twisted itself into knots. That's sad.

No, that's outright embarrassing, isn't it? It is not a secret that the force of gravity has an extremely limited reach as it diminishes with the square of the distance. Kepler knew this.

 It is embarrassing to see that in our advanced age, mainstream science forces itself to regard the entire universe as being empty and organized by the weakest universal force that exists, with the shortest reach. It has narrowed its perception into impossible dreaming about the nature of the universe. It is racing us backwards with dreaming around a concept of the nature of universe that does not actually exist, that we know cannot exist, according to what we have discovered already hundreds of years ago, which we routinely utilize in planning space flight trajectories.

Cosmology has become a contradiction. We deny what we know. We deny ourselves. We play with epicycles again as in ancient times, to intentionally misinterpret the evidence.

Why would an awake person devote its life to this dreaming when reality is so much more exciting and amazing? 

Plasma is real, powerful, everywhere, and opens up infinite possibilities. It beckons us to move with what we already know.

It's lots of fun to be alive, and to be awake.

The dream of the Gravity-only Universe is too small for an intelligent person. It ignores the actually operating forces that shape the universe, where the real fun begins in discovering.

Just imagine the possibilities when you open your mind to considering the electric force that is inherent in plasma. This force is 39 orders of magnitude stronger than gravity and is everywhere evident, because plasma is everywhere. Plasma is so vastly abundant in the universe that 99.999% of the mass of the universe is plasma with an electric potential.

This means that 99.999% of the mass of the universe is interacting with the electric force in numerous ways with amazing effects that are more exciting than what we imagine in dreaming.

It is the greatest tragedy of our time that leading-edge science ignores 99.999% of the universe as if it didn't exist, simply because it falls outside the box of imposed doctrines.

The plasma evidence tells us that a galaxy is not self-powered, but is actively powered by intergalactic plasma streams flowing into it. Our galaxy is functionally a part of a node point of intergalactic plasma streams.

The node point terminates electromagnetic plasma structures where unique Primer Fields are formed that focus highly concentrated plasma onto our galaxy. With this plasma the hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy are powered.

How enormous the flowing plasma stream is, that our galaxy taps into, is evident by the sheer size of the the plasma domes over the center of the galaxy that are part of the intergalactic system.

They are an inherent part of the magnetic primer fields that focus highly concentrated plasma onto the galactic center. The principle can be replicated in the laboratory. The equivalent cosmic features have recently been photographed by NASA. The features extend above and below our galaxy for 25,000 light years in either direction. That's where the plasma is concentrated that flows through the galaxy, that also lights up our Sun.

 Discoveries of this sort poke major holes through the walls of the constricted box of mainstream science.

The perception that we gain thereby, help us to advance the way we recognize the critical Ice Age timing. This advance, all by itself, has enormous effects far outside the realm of cosmology.

It affects economics, politics, and the way we regard one-another as human beings.

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