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Anomaly Large Cold Spot and an Asymmetry in Temperatures on OppositeHemispheres of the Sky



 
 
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Old April 2nd 13, 09:57 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.astro
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From: Hannu Poropudas
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2013 07:15:36 -0700 (PDT)
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Please take a look article about Planck data:


http://cosmiclog.nbcnews.com/_news/2...tatistics?lite

http://m.static.newsvine.com/servist....jpg&width=600

About anomalies in this Planck satellite Data:

"One Anomaly is an Asymmetry in the Average Temperatures on Opposite
Hemispheres
of the Sky (indicated by the curved line), with slightly higher
average temperatures
in the southern ecliptic hemisphere and slightly lower average
temperatures
in the northern ecliptic hemisphere."

"There Is Also a Cold Spot that Extends Over a Patch of Sky That Is
Much Larger Than Expected (Circled)."

My guesses:

One possibility of the cause of this phenomena is concentration of
enormous big mass and
enormous big other type of mass?

Asymmetry between these two different types of masses: much more
other type of mass than ordinary mass?

These two big twisted circles are twisted light cones of very ancient
event of formation
of this one enormous concentration of these two different types of
masses?

Hannu Poropudas

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http://cosmiclog.nbcnews.com/_news/2...planck-probes-...

This graphic highlights anomalies seen in the Planck data. One Anomaly
is an Asymmetry in the Average Temperatures on Opposite Hemispheres of
the Sky (indicated by the curved line), with slightly higher average
temperatures in the southern ecliptic hemisphere and slightly lower
average temperatures in the northern ecliptic hemisphere. This runs
counter to the mainstream view that the universe should be broadly
similar in any direction we look. There Is Also a Cold Spot that
Extends Over a Patch of Sky That Is Much Larger Than Expected
(Circled). The anomalous regions have been enhanced here to make them
more clearly visible.

Do you have any ideas of cause of these anomalies?

Hannu Poropudas
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Old April 3rd 13, 06:20 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.astro
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Default Anomaly Large Cold Spot and an Asymmetry in Temperatures on OppositeHemispheres of the Sky

On 02/04/2013 4:57 AM, mathematician wrote:
http://cosmiclog.nbcnews.com/_news/2...planck-probes-...

This graphic highlights anomalies seen in the Planck data. One Anomaly
is an Asymmetry in the Average Temperatures on Opposite Hemispheres of
the Sky (indicated by the curved line), with slightly higher average
temperatures in the southern ecliptic hemisphere and slightly lower
average temperatures in the northern ecliptic hemisphere. This runs
counter to the mainstream view that the universe should be broadly
similar in any direction we look. There Is Also a Cold Spot that
Extends Over a Patch of Sky That Is Much Larger Than Expected
(Circled). The anomalous regions have been enhanced here to make them
more clearly visible.

Do you have any ideas of cause of these anomalies?

Hannu Poropudas


If the greater universe is a lot bigger than the visible universe, then
the anomalies will just indicate the directions of denser and sparser
regions of the greater universe.

Yousuf Khan
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Old April 3rd 13, 06:42 AM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.astro
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Default Anomaly Large Cold Spot and an Asymmetry in Temperatures on Opposite Hemispheres of the Sky

Yousuf Khan wrote:
On 02/04/2013 4:57 AM, mathematician wrote:
http://cosmiclog.nbcnews.com/_news/2...planck-probes-...

This graphic highlights anomalies seen in the Planck data. One Anomaly
is an Asymmetry in the Average Temperatures on Opposite Hemispheres of
the Sky (indicated by the curved line), with slightly higher average
temperatures in the southern ecliptic hemisphere and slightly lower
average temperatures in the northern ecliptic hemisphere. This runs
counter to the mainstream view that the universe should be broadly
similar in any direction we look. There Is Also a Cold Spot that
Extends Over a Patch of Sky That Is Much Larger Than Expected
(Circled). The anomalous regions have been enhanced here to make them
more clearly visible.

Do you have any ideas of cause of these anomalies?

Hannu Poropudas


If the greater universe is a lot bigger than the visible universe, then
the anomalies will just indicate the directions of denser and sparser
regions of the greater universe.

Yousuf Khan


If we detect it, it is within the observable universe, by definition.
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Old April 4th 13, 03:33 PM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.astro
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Default Anomaly Large Cold Spot and an Asymmetry in Temperatures on OppositeHemispheres of the Sky

On 03/04/2013 1:42 AM, altergnostic wrote:
Yousuf wrote:
If the greater universe is a lot bigger than the visible universe, then
the anomalies will just indicate the directions of denser and sparser
regions of the greater universe.

Yousuf Khan


If we detect it, it is within the observable universe, by definition.


Maybe, it's a reflection of our visible universe, or maybe it could be a
reflection of a universe that was at one time causally connected to our
universe, but has since become disconnected from it after Inflation?

Yousuf Khan
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Old April 4th 13, 05:42 PM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.astro
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Default Anomaly Large Cold Spot and an Asymmetry in Temperatures on OppositeHemispheres of the Sky

On 4/4/13 9:33 AM, Yousuf Khan wrote:able universe, by definition.

Maybe, it's a reflection of our visible universe, or maybe it could be a
reflection of a universe that was at one time causally connected to our
universe, but has since become disconnected from it after Inflation?

Yousuf Khan


Yes, possibly a 'reflection of our visible universe'
Newton's 2nd law oscillatory motion
F = ma = m v dv/dx = -kx
calculates to these universe dimensions
with -k = m v/x dv/dx = m H^2

where H is Hubble parameter and x is universe horizon
at 380,000 years.

Richard D Saam
 




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