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Primordial Cosmic Fuel

6 October 2013

At http://phys.org/print299948694.html … astronomers have detected cold streams of primordial hydrogen, vestigial matter left over from the Big Bang. It was spied fueling a distant star forming galaxy. Profuse flows of gas on to galaxies are considered to be crucial to the mainstream consensus theory on star formation. The image was only visible as a result of a bright qasar which lit up like a cosmic lighthouse, illuminating the nether regions of the universe – Astrophysical Journal Letters, Oct 2nd.

Meanwhile, at http://phys.org/print299931337.html … lots of pictures here of aurora over Minnesota. It came as a result of a CME event which glanced across the Earth. Did it affect the weather?

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