Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Galactic DNA

A higher order of stellar structure 80 light years long has just been discovered by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope within our own galaxy 300 light years from our central supermassive black hole, in the form of magnetically confined twisted doublex helix structures of stars formed over the last 10000 years in relation to its rotation about the center of the black hole.

Furthermore it is receeding at roughly 1000 km per sec, running perpendicular to the black hole within magnetic field lines 1000 times stronger than those on earth.

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