Sunday, July 10, 2011

Our Universe Was Spinning on a Rotation Axis in a Larger Space Relative with Other Universes when the Big-Bang happened, says Michael Longo

spinning rotation axis of the fractal holographic universe
Michael Longo says : ""The simple answer is that the universe was spinning relative to other Universes in some larger space when the Big-Bang happened. The results suggest that THE UNIVERSE IS STILL SPINNING. We could never see outside of our Universe in principle, but if we could show that the present universe still retains the initial angular momentum within its galaxies, it would be evidence that our universe exists within some larger space.  A very slim chance the over abundance of spinning galaxies in different hemispheres is caused by something else.  Colliding galaxies would not cause a change in overall angular momentum.  The universe has a large net angular momentum if galaxies tend to spin in a certain direction.  Since angular momentum is conserved, it seems the universe must have been born spinning, with the creation of a rotation axis that influences galaxy rotations. This constitutes strong evidenced for a violation of the Cosmological Principle, as well as a parity violation on cosmic scales.  Other researchers, including Iye and Sagai, have independently confirmed a spin asymmetry dipole. Our galaxy has its spin vector generally aligned with the preferred axis of spiral galaxies.  The axis is 21.5 degrees away from the north pole of our galaxy.  For separations less then ~20 Mpc the correlations decrease significantly, showing it is truly a long-range phenomenon. The decrease at small separations is due to the fact that the spins of nearby spirals are likely to be opposite because near collisions of spiral galaxies tend to spin in opposite directions due to angular momentum conservation. Nearby spiral galaxies are more likely to have spins antiparallel then more distant pairs.  The statistical evidence for a spin asymmetry is very strong.  A real large-scale spiral asymmetry would exhibit itself as a dipole with a cos alpha dependence where alpha is the space-angle between the position of the galaxy and the axis of the dipole.  15,158 galaxies were studied using the SDSS in the paper by Longo. THE AXIS OF THIS ALIGNMENT POINTS DIRECTLY TOWARDS THE MYSTERIOUS COLD SPOT IN THE CMB IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE . Dark Flow 
Fictional dark energy accelerates galaxies for the Big-bang. This Universe is not symmetric like a basketball. The known universe of the big-bang theory is spinning, relative to the real Universe. Big-bang cosmology rejects the idea that the Universe spins. Plasma cosmology and electromagnetic forces shape and rule the real Universe. The real Universe is too complex and vast for anyone to phantom a description.  Read more about this story

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