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Question about Spiral Galaxies in comparison to Spiral Storms (Hurricanes & Tornadoes)

 
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12/05/2012 12:42 PM
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Question about Spiral Galaxies in comparison to Spiral Storms (Hurricanes & Tornadoes)
I'll make this quick ... let this tickle your brain like it has mine!

Storms north of the equator rotate counter clock-wise. Water for that matter drains in such a fashion (flush the toilet and you'll see). The opposite is true for all below the equator, correct?

Well, how about galaxies? I've seen some photos of real galaxies (I hope they're real) and noticed they rotate in a certain direction as well (counter clock-wise for example). Would that mean certain galaxies are above/below 'a universe equator'? Some force is obviously causing this.

Great obervation eh? Someone please answer!
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12/05/2012 12:48 PM

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Re: Question about Spiral Galaxies in comparison to Spiral Storms (Hurricanes & Tornadoes)
The discovery of the 'Axis of Evil' (you can tell an indoctrinated scientist named it such), gives credibility to the idea that our universe is torus shaped...

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Carl Calleman postulates that, in one hemisphere of the torus, galaxies spin clockwise, while in the other hemisphere, they spin counter clockwise.

Last time I checked the observations of galactic spin were still in progress but I think that so far, the results have been uniform.

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Re: Question about Spiral Galaxies in comparison to Spiral Storms (Hurricanes & Tornadoes)
The discovery of the 'Axis of Evil' (you can tell an indoctrinated scientist named it such), gives credibility to the idea that our univers is torus shaped...

Carl Calleman postulates that, in one hemisphere of the torus, galaxies spin clockwise, while in the other hemisphere, they spin counter clockwise.

Last time I checked the observations of galactic spin were still in progress but I think that so far, the results have been uniform.

[link to english.pravda.ru]


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12/05/2012 01:02 PM
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Re: Question about Spiral Galaxies in comparison to Spiral Storms (Hurricanes & Tornadoes)
Expansion is the norm, and ever increasingly.

Due they say inpart to dark matter.

I think you are correct. We have been visualizing our place on a plane in regards to the core, and they say our path is egg shaped around it. With speeds reaching towards that of light at the closest point.

Who's to say our galaxy or point isn't wrapped into a higher cycle of which our ancestors never spoke of.

I would guess that time is far far greater in length than 13,000 years.
even 5 full rounds on the edge is only 125,000 years.

Some polar changes N and S took 200,000 years according to sea floor magnetic signatures. (pole reversals).

A grand cycle versus a standard.

Thinking galaxial should be enough - lol

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