Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF APPLIED FLUID MECHANICS (JAFM)   2008 , Volume 1 , Number 2; Page(s) 1 To 8.
 
Paper: 

COLD DARK MATTER COSMOLOGY CONFLICTS WITH FLUID MECHANICS AND OBSERVATIONS

 
 
Author(s):  GIBSON C.H.*
 
* UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA, 92122-0411, USA
 
Abstract: 

Cold dark matter hierarchical clustering (CDMHC) cosmology based on the Jeans (1902) criterion for gravitational instability gives predictions about the early universe contrary to fluid mechanics and observations. Jeans neglected viscosity, diffusivity, and turbulence: factors that determine gravitational structure formation and contradict small structures (CDM halos) forming from non-baryonic dark matter particle candidates. From hydro-gravitational-dynamics (HGD) cosmology, viscous-gravitational fragmentation produced supercluster (1046kg), cluster, and galaxy (1042kg) mass clouds in the primordial plasma with the large fossil density (r0=3×10-17 kg m-3) of the first fragmentation at 1012 s, and a linear and spiral clump morphology reflecting stretching-compression rates near vortex lines of the plasma turbulence at the 1013 s plasma-gas transition. Gas proto-galaxies fragmented into proto-globular-star-cluster mass (1036 kg) clumps of proto-planet clouds, presently frozen as earth-mass (1024-25 kg) Jovian planets of the baryonic dark matter, about 30.000.000 rogue plants per star. All stars from these planets. They appear in planetary nebulae and are misinterpreted as dark energy. Observations contradict the CDMHCC prediction of large explosive population III first stars at 1016 s, but support the gentle formation of small population II first stars at 1013 s in globule star-clusters from HGD.

 
Keyword(s): COLD DARK MATTER, GRAVITATIONAL STRUCTURE FORMATION, DARK ENERGY, TURBULENCE
 
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