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Physics does not explain why astro bodies spin or rotate which points out the fakeness of Big Bang and General Relativity; the Atom Totality theory however does explain the origins of rotation



 
 
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Old December 17th 06, 09:08 AM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.physics.electromag,sci.astro
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Default StrongNuclear confined to nucleus AND, gravity confined to electron-space region; Huchra & Geller is outline of Atom Totality


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  #152  
Old December 24th 06, 08:40 AM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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a_plutonium wrote:


http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/~huchra/zcat/

One sees a great wall of galaxies. This looks much like the p-orbital
dots which are dense near the nucleus and sparse further away. So a
Great-Wall of galaxies becomes really that of where the "nucleus of the
Atom Totality" lies.

P.S. I have to review that catalog for I am not sure if the Great Wall
is circular. Or at least whether the Southern and Northern hemisphere
shows the pattern.

Anyway, I said in earlier posts that the catalog of Huchra and Geller
should be placed into a supercomputer where the computer is assigned
the task of making the galactic distribution into a ultimate uniform
pattern. And then working backwards-- adjust our laws and forces of
physics so that the perfect pattern is the reality and our laws and
forces need to be altered to fit that perfect pattern.


Well I have taken the liberty of quoting what Wikipedia says about the
Great Wall:
--- quoting Wikipedia on Great Wall ---
Great Wall (astronomy)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jump to: navigation, search

This article is about the CfA2 Great Wall. For the Sloan Great Wall,
see Sloan Great Wall

The Great Wall, sometimes more specifically referred to as the CfA2
Great Wall, is the second largest known super-structure in the
Universe. It is a filament of galaxies approximately 200 million
light-years away and has dimensions which measure over 500 million
light-years long, 300 million light-years wide and only 15 million
light-years thick. It was discovered in 1989 by Margaret Geller and
John Huchra based on redshift survey data from the CfA Redshift
Survey[1].

It is not known how much further the wall extends due to the plane of
the Milky Way galaxy in which Earth is located. The gas and dust from
the Milky Way obscures astronomers' view and have so far made it
impossible to determine if the wall ends or continues on further than
they can currently observe.

It is hypothesized that such structures as the Great Wall form along
and follow web-like strings of dark matter. It is thought that this
dark matter dictates the structure of the Universe on the grandest of
scales. Dark matter gravitationally attracts normal matter, and it is
this normal matter that astronomers see forming long thin walls of
Super-Galactic clusters.

The largest known cosmic structure is the Sloan Great Wall, discovered
in 2003 in data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey; it is about a
billion light-years away, and about 1.4 billion light-years in length.
--- end quoting ---

This maybe crucial to the Atom Totality theory as to whether the Sloan
Great Wall is contiguous to the Great Wall. For the Atom Totality would
say the dots of the electron-dot-cloud, the galaxies, are dense near
the nucleus and become sparse and rare the further away you go. So if
the Atom Totality theory is correct then you cannot have say density of
galaxies punctuated with spans of sparseness. A dense number of
galaxies near the nucleus and a uniform sparsing and rarity to the
galactic numbers the further away from the nucleus.

Now I cannot tell from the readings above whether the Sloan Great Wall
is nearby the Great Wall. It does say that the Sloan Great Wall is a
billion light years away whereas the Great Wall is 200 million light
years away. So that is in agreement with the Atom Totality theory.

Also, I want to point out that the 5f6 orbital of plutonium has various
solutions to the Schrodinger Equation where there is a sort of picture
of the 6 lobes and a sort of steering wheel type geometry near the
nucleus of a node which would appear like a "void of galaxies". So it
could be that the Sloan Great Wall is interior to these node of the 5f6
and the Great Wall is exterior to this node.

It would be nice if someone created a 3-d model of what Huchra and
Geller cataloged. These 2-d models are better than nothing but leave a
lot to be desired.


Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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Old December 24th 06, 07:13 PM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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a_plutonium wrote:
(snipped)
http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/~huchra/zcat/



Well I have taken the liberty of quoting what Wikipedia says about the
Great Wall:
--- quoting Wikipedia on Great Wall ---
Great Wall (astronomy)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jump to: navigation, search

This article is about the CfA2 Great Wall. For the Sloan Great Wall,
see Sloan Great Wall

The Great Wall, sometimes more specifically referred to as the CfA2
Great Wall, is the second largest known super-structure in the
Universe. It is a filament of galaxies approximately 200 million
light-years away and has dimensions which measure over 500 million
light-years long, 300 million light-years wide and only 15 million
light-years thick. It was discovered in 1989 by Margaret Geller and
John Huchra based on redshift survey data from the CfA Redshift
Survey[1].

It is not known how much further the wall extends due to the plane of
the Milky Way galaxy in which Earth is located. The gas and dust from
the Milky Way obscures astronomers' view and have so far made it
impossible to determine if the wall ends or continues on further than
they can currently observe.

It is hypothesized that such structures as the Great Wall form along
and follow web-like strings of dark matter. It is thought that this
dark matter dictates the structure of the Universe on the grandest of
scales. Dark matter gravitationally attracts normal matter, and it is
this normal matter that astronomers see forming long thin walls of
Super-Galactic clusters.

The largest known cosmic structure is the Sloan Great Wall, discovered
in 2003 in data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey; it is about a
billion light-years away, and about 1.4 billion light-years in length.
--- end quoting ---

This maybe crucial to the Atom Totality theory as to whether the Sloan
Great Wall is contiguous to the Great Wall. For the Atom Totality would
say the dots of the electron-dot-cloud, the galaxies, are dense near
the nucleus and become sparse and rare the further away you go. So if
the Atom Totality theory is correct then you cannot have say density of
galaxies punctuated with spans of sparseness. A dense number of
galaxies near the nucleus and a uniform sparsing and rarity to the
galactic numbers the further away from the nucleus.

Now I cannot tell from the readings above whether the Sloan Great Wall
is nearby the Great Wall. It does say that the Sloan Great Wall is a
billion light years away whereas the Great Wall is 200 million light
years away. So that is in agreement with the Atom Totality theory.

Also, I want to point out that the 5f6 orbital of plutonium has various
solutions to the Schrodinger Equation where there is a sort of picture
of the 6 lobes and a sort of steering wheel type geometry near the
nucleus of a node which would appear like a "void of galaxies". So it
could be that the Sloan Great Wall is interior to these node of the 5f6
and the Great Wall is exterior to this node.

It would be nice if someone created a 3-d model of what Huchra and
Geller cataloged. These 2-d models are better than nothing but leave a
lot to be desired.


My explanation above was not clear. So let me try to make clear to
those who never saw a chemistry textbook of the dot cloud pattern of an
electron.

The p and d and f orbital of an electron is dense dots near the nucleus
of the atom and those dots become thinner the further away one goes
from the nucleus.

Now observational astronomy of the Sloan Great Wall and the other Great
Wall quoted above from Wikipedia would be an example of "dense dots".
These two walls would then imply that the NUCLEUS of the ATOM TOTALITY
is in the direction of those two walls.

But for the Atom Totality theory to be true, then the density of the
Sloan Great Wall and Great Wall have to be continuous, given the
exception that perhaps a node of the 5f6 is not between the Sloan Great
Wall and the Great Wall.

And the Wikipedia above says that "gas and dust from the Milky Way
obscures". So we may have a suspended judgement or evaluation of
whether the Atom Totality theory is supported or denied versus the Big
Bang theory.

By the way, the Big Bang theory would not have a pattern of increased
thinness or sparseness of matter from the center of the explosion of
the Big Bang, but rather the Great Wall and Sloan Great Wall would be
at a far distance from the explosion itself. So the Atom Totality
theory predicts high density from the Nucleus with increasing thinness
with increasing distance, whereas the Big Bang predicts thinness from
the "center" (nucleus in Atom Totality) and a dense wad further out
from the center.

So the density of galaxies is able to trashcann one of these two
competing theories-- Big Bang or Atom Totality.

So far the Huchra and Geller cataloging are supporting the Atom
Totality theory because the Sloan Great Wall is 1 billion light years
away and the Great Wall is 200 million light years away. That leaves us
with 800 million light years of Space that is obscured by our own Milky
Way Galaxy.

If the Big Bang were true then the Sloan Great Wall and the Great Wall
would be disconnected and would be opposite the *center* of the
explosion. If the Atom Totality were true then the Sloan Great Wall and
Great Wall would be near the Nucleus (center) and would be continuous
of the Sloan Great Wall and Great Wall and that with increasing
distance from the Sloan Great Wall the density of galaxies decreases.

So far the Atom Totality is being supported and the Big Bang is looking
sick and fake.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

  #154  
Old December 25th 06, 09:38 PM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default density of galaxies such as Sloan Great Wall can decide whether Atom Totality or Big Bang are true

Now here is another website that has a snapshot of the Sloan Great Wall
and Great Wall of galaxies:

http://www.astro.princeton.edu/~mjur...rse/all100.gif

So let me rehash the issue. If the Universe is a single atom and a
231Pu Atom Totality then the density of galaxies should be very dense
near the Nucleus of the Atom Totality and then uniformly sparse or thin
out the further in distance one goes from the Nucleus.

The Big Bang theory on the other hand would predict that the density of
galaxies never gradually thins out over large distance. Here we have
the example of a shotgun explosion where the pellets are dense at a
distance away with few to no pellets on either side.

So the Atom Totality theory and the Big Bang theory give different
predictions as to galaxy density.

And so far the Huchra & Geller mapping and the above Princeton mapping
favor the Atom Totality.

Big Bangers may say that the Sloan Great Wall is where the brunt of the
explosion ended up. But their trouble is how do they explain the
uniform gradual decline in number of galaxies as you move away from the
Sloan Great Wall.

The Atom Totality theory tells anyone to look in a chemistry textbook
of the p, d, f orbitals of an atom for a dot cloud pattern and they
immediately see the very dense dots near the nucleus and the gradual
thinning out of dots the further one travels away from the nucleus.

So all I need to prove the Atom Totality and debunk the Big Bang is to
show that the density of galaxies declines uniformly as one goes away
from the Sloan Great Wall.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

  #155  
Old December 25th 06, 10:37 PM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default density of galaxies such as Sloan Great Wall can decide whether Atom Totality or Big Bang are true

On 2006-12-25 20:38:24 +0000, "a_plutonium" said:

So all I need to prove the Atom Totality and debunk the Big Bang is to
show that the density of galaxies declines uniformly as one goes away
from the Sloan Great Wall.


Isotropic and homogeneous...

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Old December 25th 06, 11:33 PM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default density of galaxies such as Sloan Great Wall can decide whether Atom Totality or Big Bang are true


"Phineas T Puddleduck" wrote in message
.. .
On 2006-12-25 20:38:24 +0000, "a_plutonium"
said:

So all I need to prove the Atom Totality and debunk the Big Bang is to
show that the density of galaxies declines uniformly as one goes away
from the Sloan Great Wall.


Isotropic and homogeneous...


In reality all AP needs to "prove" the Atom Totality[*] is a totally
different universe to the one we currently inhabit. Maybe the one in his
imagination is better.

[*] interesting take on the scientific method.......


  #157  
Old December 26th 06, 04:30 AM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default density of galaxies such as Sloan Great Wall can decide whether Atom Totality or Big Bang are true


Phineas T Puddleduck wrote:
On 2006-12-25 20:38:24 +0000, "a_plutonium" said:

So all I need to prove the Atom Totality and debunk the Big Bang is to
show that the density of galaxies declines uniformly as one goes away
from the Sloan Great Wall.


Isotropic and homogeneous...



Thanks, but what is the word for "thins out" the further you get from
the nucleus.

Isotropic is not apt for the Atom Totality because it is not "thinning
out". Perhaps the Big Bang has isotropic properties for galaxies, but
not Atom Totality.

I think the words for electron dot cloud are (1) uniform pattern (2)
thinning out with increasing distance

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

  #158  
Old December 26th 06, 05:00 AM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default density of galaxies such as Sloan Great Wall can decide whether Atom Totality or Big Bang are true

On 2006-12-26 03:30:36 +0000, "a_plutonium" said:

Thanks, but what is the word for "thins out" the further you get from
the nucleus.

Isotropic is not apt for the Atom Totality because it is not "thinning
out". Perhaps the Big Bang has isotropic properties for galaxies, but
not Atom Totality.


There is no "nucleus" to the universe - no privileged frame.

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persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.

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Old December 26th 06, 07:53 AM posted to sci.math,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default density of galaxies such as Sloan Great Wall can decide whether Atom Totality or Big Bang are true


T Wake wrote:
"Phineas T Puddleduck" wrote in message
.. .
On 2006-12-25 20:38:24 +0000, "a_plutonium"
said:

So all I need to prove the Atom Totality and debunk the Big Bang is to
show that the density of galaxies declines uniformly as one goes away
from the Sloan Great Wall.


Isotropic and homogeneous...


In reality all AP needs to "prove" the Atom Totality[*] is a totally
different universe to the one we currently inhabit. Maybe the one in his
imagination is better.


Imagination is the key to what he SHOULD have done. If he were truly a
genius, he would have seen what he was up against and done something a
la Ron Hubbard, by writing a book like _Archimedes Plutonium and the
Atom Totality Universe_, which (from his point of view) is fact
disguised as fiction, and slipped his ideas into the public conscious
that way.

In that case, he would have had a win-win situation; if he was right,
he would be realized as a genius. If he was wrong, it could just be
dismissed as fiction.

Instead he chose a path which has made him look like a crank.

--- Christopher Heckman

 




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