According to a groundbreaking investigation conducted by two UC Irvine astrophysicists and submitted to the peer-reviewed American Physical Society journal Physical Review, colliding particles of dark matter may be creating a maelstrom of turbulent energy deep in the heart of the Milky Way Galaxy. Among the particles streaming from the stellar conflagration are gamma-rays.
Other more exotic particles have been detected in the past that may be erupting from the event horizon of a gigantic, rotating black hole that dominates the center of the galaxy.
Brilliant UC Irvine professor Kevork Abazajian
Professors Kevork Abazajian and Manoj Kapling patiently sifted through reams of data accumulated from 2008 to 2012 by NASA’s orbiting Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. The persistence paid off with their monumental discovery
Associate professor Manoj Kapling
“This is the first time this new source has been observed with such high statistical significance, and the most striking part is how the shape, spectrum and rate of the observed gamma rays are very consistent with the leading theories for dark matter,” Abazajian explained. “Future observations of regions with less astrophysical emission, such as dwarf galaxies, we will be able to conclusively determine if this is actually from dark matter.”
The professors’ revelation comes almost exactly two years after the finding that mysterious emmissions from the sun are mutating matter and affecting the rate of radioactive decay on Earth. That terrifying scientific discovery had physicists scrambling.
NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope
When some alarmed scientists first recognized this potential threat, others dismissed it as an anomaly. But not long after the confirmation of unknown energy emmissions interacting with matter was confirmed, frantic scientists shot e-mails back and forth to their colleagues across the world attempting to understand exactly what’s happening.
Dr. Alexey Dmitriev warned of unknown energy source
Unknown force from unknown origins
Back in 1998, Astrophysicist Dr. Alexey Dmitriev wrote a white paper outlining his discovery that “Strong evidence exists that these transformations are being caused by highly charged material and energetic non-uniformity’s in anisotropic interstellar space which have broken into the interplanetary area of our Solar System.”
He described the arrival of an unknown force from the galactic void that’s now surrounded much of the solar system. Dmitriev proclaimed that the entire solar system is entering an immense, potentially deadly, interstellar energy cloud of unknown origins.
Stars swarming around giant galactic black hole
As the solar fury continues toward maximum in 2013 a period of potentially dangerous intensity never experienced by any living person approaches. NASA’s been beating their drum warning the world at large about the danger. Strange, titanic forces are building deep within the sun’s nuclear core.
It’s already been proven that the sun’s mass warps time, bends light waves and accounts for mutation of species on Earth. Now this new force may be directly interacting with matter in a way that could not only change Mankind’s understanding of physics, but change Mankind itself…and not in a pleasant way.
Researchers into the disturbing phenomenon agree that whether the phenomenon has no real impact on humanity, or the worst impact imaginable, nothing can be done to stop it. The blind forces of nature rise like an unstoppable tsunami bearing down on the defenseless Earth.
Will these forces overwhelm our feeble technology? Will we find ourselves the playthings of the gods?
Against such unknowns humans are utterly helpless