Circulating dark matter

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Dark matter behaves like a superfluid and thus it is slowly brought up to speed by the rotation of normal matter. Ie planets, stars, solar systems and galaxies, all of which have their own circulation patterns. The larger the circulation the more gas and dust is accelerated by the pattern. Dark matter is like the ocean it has currents and streams. It also has different salinities (concentrations of normal matter) depending on how much dust and gas has been accumulated. Where these flows intersect or cross there are collisions of normal matter which give off radio waves. Individually they are too small to be detected. But if you look down a stream you see the cumulative effect from the stream and the galactic halo interactions behind it which add up to something we can detect.


Dark matter circulation
https://usfec.com/2019/04/18/faint-starlight-in-hubble-images-reveals-distribution-of-dark-matter-5/

ORC’s - Odd Radio Circles
https://www.popsci.com/story/space/night-sky-ghostly-circles-unexplained/




The deeper the well the more concentrated the dark matter
https://scitechdaily.com/zooming-in-tight-on-dark-matter-equivalent-of-being-able-to-see-a-flea-on-the-surface-of-the-moon/
 
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the above is a study talking about the dust in the galactic halo rotating with the disk.
 

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