Shrair, Jamal Saad A.
April 27, 2016
Since the beginning of the space age, many observations sharply contradict the theories of a gravity-dominated Cosmos, yet recent observations have created even larger holes in those theories. Now it is impossible to cover these holes with any theoretical solutions, such as the strong magnetic fields in the so-called red giants. But, the mystery of strong magnetic fields and their origin is not limited to red giants, but also to other stars - including our own. In addition to stars, an increasing number of observations have already shown that most galaxies have very strong magnetic fields. However, the periodic variations in the luminosity of red giants are determined by the intensity of their magnetic fields and the oscillations of the external energy supply.