Friday, June 7, 2013

milky way observations

gravity tendrils the star masses around one after another ...
transferring the spin from the core,

this acts much like viscosity and has a specific amount based on the density of materials concerned and interacts fundamentally like viscosity.

frond like formations ( like simple leaves ) form naturally in likeness to early life forms..

the centre is an equilateral division but off centred at right angles and is a very interesting phenomena. and worthy evidence for examination of the Einstein gravity space warp study

a study of light wavelength colour shift in the miky way and a proper picture of each star arranged in a proper 3D Star map of the galaxy could prove useful from several angles ...

the vector of the milky way can be worked out from it...

also the exact mapping of gravity can be made from it and likely scaler differences.


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