March 24, 2013
temperature clusters; interval galactic clusters, galactic filament; halo galactic dark matter; relative status of fermions;-baryon interaction tachyon, black galaxy, dwarf galaxy, tachyon-electron.
Been observed for decades that the universe is organized in filaments of galaxies. It forms a "foam" including black spaces of size 100 to 300 million light-years. Nodes of these filaments are formed clusters and superclusters. The status of the fermion-boson is related factor in the model universe that compels OSCAR. This status is visible at all levels. In the quantum level, it results in a model which gives the proton radius (measured) of the proton. In this model, gluons are bosons and related naturally give the mass of the proton. At the cosmological scale, the status of fermion-boson related, directly explains the link between collisions of galaxies and dark matter production. It invents the notion of Partial Annihilation Analog (PAA). This PAA baryons degenerates according to the relative angle of the original body encountered. The annihilation rate depends on the interval and therefore the relative angle of BEC-0. At this point the temperature of the cluster is a constraint to the model. We show that it is in the order of measured temperatures (between 10 and 100 million K).