ScienceDaily (May 9, 2011) — "With observations from the PACS instrument on board the ESA Herschel space observatory, an international team of scientists led by the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics has found gigantic storms of molecular gas gusting in the centres of many galaxies.
This illustration shows an Ultra-Luminous InfraRed Galaxy (ULIRG) that exhibits massive outflows of molecular gas. (Credit: ESA/AOES Medialab)
Galaxies dominated by the activity of the black hole in their centre loose material at much higher rates, up to a thousand solar masses per year or more.
With velocities around 1000 kilometres per second these outflows are probably powered mostly by radiation pressure from the active galactic nucleus. To confirm these first conclusions and study potential trends in the outflow characteristics, the Herschel-PACS observations will continue to cover a much larger sample of galaxies."
According to Quantum FFF theory in contrast however, it is assumed that the Galaxy gravity and electric/Magnetic effects are mainly originated by POLAR EXTERNAL Giant Galaxy Anchor Black Holes (GABHs) based on a new Black Hole Paradigm. (see below)
The Giant Gas outflow is assumed to be a clear result of these qualities.
Image of our Stellar Anchor Black Hole (SABH) system, supposed to be the remant of the former Herbig Haro system of the star forming open star cluster
Strange cosmic ray hotspots tell tales of dual Solar Anchor Black holes?
Newscientist, 03 May 2011 by Anil Ananthaswamy
Cosmic rays crashing into the Earth over the South Pole appear to be coming from particular locations, rather than being distributed uniformly across the sky. Similar cosmic ray "hotspots" have been seen in the northern skies too, yet we know of no source close enough to produce this pattern.
"We don't know where they are coming from," says Stefan Westerhoff of the University of Wisconsin-Madison
See perhaps also: http://vixra.org/abs/1104.0002
Second breaking news:
Second experiment hints at seasonal dark matter signal.
Newscientist, 3 May 2011 by Valerie Jamieson, Anaheim.
If the dual Polar SABHs are located as indicated in the picture, and Black holes are also the creators of dark matter effects, THEN the seasonal dark matter signal is easily explained.
Elongated nebulae in the Milky Way's centre seem to lie parallel to the plane of the galactic disc, hinting at an underlying pattern.
Newscientist, 11 May 2011 by Stephen Battersby
Ghostly nebulae show mysterious alignment
The vacuum structure around spiral galaxies like ours, is influenced by the bipolar GABHs Galaxy Anchor Black Holes. see figure.
As a result, the direction of Stellar pairing black holes (Herbig Haro Objects) will be influenced by the gravitational effect of the vacuum structure,
Radio Bridge FRII in Cygnus A with hotspots (black holes) at the end.
The ionized plasma jets are mainly electron jets. positive ionized atoms stay back at the center of the galaxy. This can according to Quantum FFF Theory be explained, by the new Black Hole physics (paradigm) of Fermion repulsion at the BH horizon, and the double cone shaped polarization structure of the space between the separated black holes.
The result is called: anomalous resistivity and ion-electron drag, leading to an enormous current and magnetic field as a base for The electric universe and the fast production of giant stars in the early universe!!
Conclusion: the mainstream theory about the contraction of gas into stars and Glaxies after the inflation epoch by gravity alone is only a small part of the story.