YO, STEVE, WHAT IF ???

This gets pretty nutsoh.  We have numbers on black holes expanding space, and you say a galaxy like ours has a thousand times more visible stuff.  We can calc for this dustball the same way, only our inner limit of concern will be the galaxy radius, yah??? Holy molies, this lower limit term will cut our first result in half maybe, but then times a thousand ????????????? YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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14 thoughts on “YO, STEVE, WHAT IF ???

  1. Let the total galaxy mass/energy = 1.0

    Then approximately:

    Dark Energy = 75%
    Dark matter = 20%
    Dust mass = 4.5%
    Star mass = 0.5%
    Stellar BH mass = 0.005%
    Galactic BH mass = 0.0005%

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  2. This is mostly just a checklist if we want to calculate the mass of anything relative to a galaxy, or relative to the universe mass as a whole. For example you mentioned dust so we can see how it fits in the great ladder.

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  3. I’ll try again:

    Let the total galaxy mass/energy = 1.0

    Then approximately:

    Dark Energy = 75%
    Dark matter = 20%
    Dust/Gas mass = 0.6%
    Star mass = 5%
    Stellar BH mass = 0.5%
    Galactic BH mass = 0.05%

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