Thursday, April 18, 2013

Power Dynamic Telescope PDT Test Selection

Constellation Canes Venatici

THE BIG BRAIN INITIATIVE has studied the Universe and is developing greater understanding and amassing a collection of information
regarding its construct. The tools used for mining are powerful sensors such as giant telescope eyes capable of reaching the edge of the Universe. The impetus now is in regard to breaking the cosmic barrier, the component of the Big Bang birthing, and the dimensional quality of the Singularity.

To better understand these elements of the Cosmos and what may have existed before time and space was born (on the other side of the nothingness where there was something), and to determine what exists now on the other side, it's deemed important, by the Big Brain Initiative, to further explore causation Black Holes and their effects. Therefore, the first test site selected as a test calibrator of imaging and data collection for the massive Power Dynamic Telescope will be a Black Hole and its surrounding space, time flux, and galaxy stars counterparts.

Black Hole in Canes Venatici
There are numerous black holes to study. Each giant galaxy is held together by a black hole and maintains the gravitational space time capture of trillions of stars. As a quick test, we can look at the closer black holes at the 0 to 50 million light year mark. Of interest are Seyfert galaxies with very active nucleus cores, and ones that emit x-rays, particularly for the reason these contain super black holes. Therefore we will review the 0-50 million light year range Seyfert galaxies, and move the telescope towards a selection.

Small telescope view
One of the closest super massive black holes resident within a Seyfert II Galaxy is located at R.A. 12h 18m 57.5s and DEC +47° 18′ 14″ in the Canis Venatici region of space. The apparent size of the surrounding warped space and time being affected is large, at 18′.6 × 7′.2 of dimensionally plane measurements.

It fits our imaging and distance criteria at 23.7 million light years. At 9.1 magnitude, it can be compared to smaller telescope CCD imagery. Designation is PGC 39600, UGC 7353, NGC 4258, M106. The object will be visible to observers in the Northern Hemisphere. Emission lines show the galaxy object is emitting x-rays and falling into the central super massive black hole.

The small B&W telescope image shows the Seyfert II Galaxy with the super massive black hole at its center which is a prominent x-ray emitter. Black holes are able to change space and time and are known to cause counter intuitive Temporal Effects in the Universe where time changes from place to place and its causation is under the relativity flux of change. It's also a theory that the birth of the Universe is related to a singularity produced by a kind of black hole that opened up and "poured through elemental primordial particles that rapidly expanded."

The Big Brain thinks this is likely true and the study of these black holes will become paramount to understanding what existed and may currently exist, before and after the Big Bang, not in the Cosmic territory of this Universe but rather of that territory that lies beyond the Cosmic Barrier and the Edge of the Universe, and, it may lead to ways and techniques for breaching the Cosmic Barrier to other dimensions of space and time.

Our initiative is also looking to answering other questions, about the existence of dimensions with space and no time, or of time and no space, or other elements that exceed the limitations of our current understanding.

This is the selected test area for the Power Dynamic Telescope.