Dipolar Electromagetic Condensate

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How do stars form?
How do galaxies form?
Why are there billions of stars in a galaxy?
What forms the spiral arms of a galaxy?
What form elliptical galaxies?
What allows our Sun to have long life about 7 billion years?
Why the matter within the universe is continuously changing from one form to another?
To answer the above we need to know the properties of matter via scientific method.
 
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The dipolar vector fields form vortices that expel matter at close to the speed of light. This vector force is observed in hour glass nebulae and centre of galaxies such as the Milky Way and others such as M87. The vortices can be small and some such as the Milky Way 7000 light years compared to M87 being 100,000 light years, centre of super cluster over 1 million light years.
Perpendicular to the dipolar vortices the core vector fields attract matter at close to the speed of light, if the core has critical mass it will mimic a black hole property by forming an event horizon preventing all electromagnetic waves from escaping.
 
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Submitted on 9 Jul 2021 (v1), last revised 16 Jul 2021 (this version, v2)]
The Mass Distribution of Neutron Stars in Gravitational-Wave Binaries
Philippe Landry, Jocelyn S. Read
The discovery of two neutron star-black hole coalescences by LIGO and Virgo brings the total number of likely neutron stars observed in gravitational waves to six. We perform the first inference of the mass distribution of this extragalactic population of neutron stars. In contrast to the bimodal Galactic population detected primarily as radio pulsars, the masses of neutron stars in gravitational-wave binaries are thus far consistent with a uniform distribution, with a greater prevalence of high-mass neutron stars. The maximum mass in the gravitational-wave population agrees with that inferred from the neutron stars in our Galaxy and with expectations from dense matter.
Comments:10 pages, 4 figures; abridged version submitted to ApJL
Subjects:High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (astro-ph.HE); General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (gr-qc)
Cite as:arXiv:2107.04559 [astro-ph.HE]
(or arXiv:2107.04559v2 [astro-ph.HE] for this version)
 
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Understanding Neutron stars allows us to further understand Transients from Neutron Matter to the complex Quark, Partonic and Axion Gluon matter.
 
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Rather than me posting particular papers, search arxiv
Axion Gluon matter
Parton Matter
Quark Matter
Kaon Matter (two quarks)

Neutron Matter. When matter photo disintegrates to atoms and then Neutrons and Protons. Protons under extreme confinement will gain an electron forming a Neutron. Neutron are able compact to a density 10 * 17. Imagine the space in an atom is huge similar to the space of our solar system such as the Sun to Pluto. How many Pluto’s can you fit in the solar system. Huge amount.

Each compaction is a transient of the condensate.
Research has indicated a probable Quark Core in a Neutron star.
 

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