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H0LiCOW: Cosmoboffins still have no idea why universe seems to be expanding more rapidly than expected

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Can you find me

a) Pulsars at the centers of galaxies where you expect black holes to be.

b) a correlation between the set (a), and an 'edge on' metric of the galaxy. The more edge on, the more likely to have a pulsar detected at its center.

i.e. I'm suggesting that pulsars are my actually my "late stage black holes ejecting their inner universe" from the resonating electric model.You're simply viewing that black hole edge-on as its spin-plane waddles with respect to us.

You've found the wave in galaxies, showing they're not flat, that is the waddle, but can you find correlation b).

It would also be nice if you then matched the pulsar waddle to the wave in the surrounding galaxy, but I'll settle for b). Can't have everything.

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