March 27, 2013
Eridan cold spot; BEC temperature clusters; interval galactic clusters, galactic filament; halo galactic dark matter; relative status of fermions;-baryon interaction tachyon, black galaxy, dwarf galaxy.
Some cosmologists  believe that the universe is finite and spherical symmetry. The PLANCK satellite confirmed that the universe is Euclidean type. This lack of intrinsic curvature death knell of the old mathematical model of Friedmann. Because we can not believe that the radius of curvature of space Friedmann would miraculously set to resemble a space whose radius of curvature is intrinsic zero. Proponents of the standard model with spherical symmetry reject the argument. The observed isotropy put us in the center of the universe, which is actually very unlikely. We show that this coincidence is not useful for obtaining a quasi-observational isotropy. This strict isotropy is also challenged by the results of the Planck satellite. We show two different ways that the center of the universe is represented by the BEC-cold-spot observed in 7 Gly of our position.