I am interested in the possible FORM and FORM transformation aspects as information medium in micro- and macro physics, as a realistic search for the origin of Matter Space and Time.
I believe that OUR COMPLEX WORLD can not be described by FORMULAS ALONE. WHY? Because we don't know why the universe is as it is. An example: “Finetuning”: Why are the "fundamental constants" constant? My suggestion: because the sub-quantum FORM of particles and the Higgs vacuum lattice play a game with us..
So I designed simple convertible shapes for real QUANTUM particle information use.
Open star clusters are supposed to originate only in between a dual system of Super Nova Black Holes, (SNBHs) observable as the dual hotspots of Herbig Haro systems. The size of both SNBHs is responsible for the polarisation of the oscillating Casimir-Higgs field and the maximum size of the growing central star. If the maximum size is reached rotational instability is supposed to start the ejection of two baby stars, leaving the place by the dual attraction of the SABHs. If the H2 Plasma accretion to the central star stops, only planetary failed stars (Jupiter) and metal rich planets (earth), will be created by the same instability. "dual solar binary siblings are the result" (Venus-Mercury?) Still a Mystery: What is the origin of the abortion of the H2 production around the dual BHs? Perhaps if the Birkeland/ Alfven circuit current is stabelised? see: <a href="http://vixra.org/abs/1405.0224" rel="nofollow">vixra.org/abs/1405.0224</a>
See also: the reference of Dual Herbig Haro Hotspots in the Carina nebula.
Conclusion: Stellar (Dark Matter) Anchor Black Holes (SABHs) stop their plasma production after the splitting process and vanish even in infra red images except from .temporary dual plasma jets from the central star up to each SABH. ( still observed in Carina, but not any more in the Eagle nebula)
However as soon as new SABHs aproach (or GABHs for Galaxies!), then the plasma production seems to start again. (0bserved in some stellar nebula and dwarf galaxies)