Anomalous lines at frequencies f =23; 33, 41, 61, 94 GHz have been observed. In good approximation they correspond to harmonics of single frequency of f= 10 GHz. For the cyclotron transitions of electron the required magnetic field would be about 0.36 Tesla. The identification would be in terms of cyclotron transitions of dark electrons or of their Cooper pairs residing at magnetic flux tubes of galactic magnetic fields and characterized by so large value of Planck constant that cyclotron energy is above thermal energy. The emitted cyclotron radiation would decay into bunches of ordinary photons with same frequency but much smaller energy.
Thursday, March 13, 2008
Microwave anomaly observed by WMAP and TGD
Almost every day brings in a new anomaly providing additional support for the TGD based view about Universe. I shouldn't say this but this is getting boring. At this time the anomaly was the microwave interstellar medium emission observed by WMAP used to map the anistropy of cosmic microwave spectrum (see D. P. Finkbeiner (2004), Microwave Interstellar Medium Emission Observed by the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe). The anomaly was observed already 2003 but had escaped my attention.