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Learning from a Flashlight in the Sky — 1 Comment

  1. Given the quasar flashlights shining into these vast intergalactic regions, will the Tyndall effect provide an additional mechanism beyond the stated hydrogen absorption and emission mechanisms for quantifying hydrogen aggregations contributing to observed dark matter. Do the extremely cold conditions (~1×10^-16 K) exist for these hydrogen aggregations (potentially kilometers in size)?

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