Q-FFF theory states that Dark Matter Black Holes tend to pair in groups and create so called white holes in between (the middle) as a concentration point for newly formed H2 gas formed around the black hole horizons and universal ionized dust to create open star clusters or radio galaxies like Cygnus A.
NEW paradigm Dark Matter Black Holes are supported by What we can learn from: "Dark Matter a Primer" by K.Garret and G.Duda.
Recent evidence hailed as the “smoking-gun’’ for dark matter comes from the Bullet cluster, the result of a subcluster (the “bullet’’) colliding with the larger galaxy cluster 1E 0657-56. During the collision, the galaxies within the two clusters passed by each other without interacting (a typical distance between galaxies is approximately one megaparsec, or 3.26 million lightyears). However, the majority of a cluster's baryonic mass exists in the extremely hot gas between galaxies, and the cluster collision (at roughly six million miles per hour) compressed and shock heated this gas; as a result, a huge amount of X-ray radiation was emitted which has been observed by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. Comparing the location of this radiation (an indication of the location of the majority of the baryonic mass in the clusters) to a mapping of weak gravitational lensing (an indication of the location of the majority of the total mass of the clusters) shows an interesting discrepancy; the areas of strong X-ray emission and the largest concentrations of mass seen through gravitational lensing are not the same. The majority of the mass in the clusters is nonbaryonic and gravity “points’’ back to this missing mass ."
We have to look for combined radio radiation and gravitational lensing to search for Dark matter concentrations.
Only light x-ray radiation will be found around these Black Holes, which is outshined by the radio radiation in the LOFAR image above..
For Hydrogen creation around Fermion creating end repelling Black Hole horizons see cygnus A below.
Image above: The process of accelerating and pairing NEW dark matter black holes with the creation of a white hole in between, as observed in Cygnus A.
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