Chapt16.1 Ring in galactic mapping in 3rd layer of Caltech's mapping suggests the electron lobe of a Plutonium Atom Totality
Now as promised, I am going to stop the writing of New Physics before or when page 1300 is reached and then proceed with only the Atom Totality text. So in this textbook, there are two texts, one of New Physics and one of the Atom Totality.
But before I stop New Physics, a brilliant and cool idea struck me, and I am not willing to wait to the end of New Physics to discuss this idea of the Atom Totality. So I decided to give a brief description rather than wait weeks or months to say this.
In the Atom Totality text, I talk long on the mappings of galaxies, because if we live in a Plutonium Atom Totality, the distribution of galaxies would have to conform to the dots in the dot cloud of the plutonium atom.
Astronomers are mapping the galaxies and here is three projects of mappings:
The third layer (0.01 < z < 0.02) is dominated by the P-P supercluster (left side of image) and the P-I supercluster extending up into the ZoA terminating as the Great Attractor region (notably Abell 3627) disappears behind a wall of Milky Way stars. An intriguing "ring" or chain of galaxies seems to circle/extend from the northern to the southern Galactic hemisphere (see also Figure 1). It is unknown whether this ring-like structure is physically associated with the cosmic web or an artifact of projection.
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Now I want to focus on that ring, because, in this textbook, we have found out that Doppler shift of light is a fiction and that light cannot be Doppler shifted due to Special Relativity.
So when we hear reports of Doppler redshift, what we are witness to is a diffraction of light due to the curvature of Space. If Space itself is bent like a lobe in an electron, then light will be reddened.
Now if the lobe is shaped like a cigar or sausage or cylinder and if Earth were fixed on a point of that cylinder and looking in one direction along the axis of the cylinder, light would not be shifted at all but if we look perpendicular to the axis and light coming from that direction would be immensely redshifted.
So redshift correlates with bent Space more than it correlates with distance.
The discovery I have made, is that in mathematics, if we are under a bogus view that redshift is proportional to distance and do the mappings as Jarrett and Juric have so done, that we would end up with at least one Cosmic Ring, in spite of the error of believing the redshift is Doppler.
So that, if we were to throw out all Doppler redshifts and take those redshifts to mean curvature of space rather than distance, what we end up with are numerous rings, not just one ring.
What I am trying to convey, is that if given a erroneous idea that Doppler redshift exists and determines distance, whereas the truth is, there is no Doppler shift and the redshift is due to curvature, not distance, that there still would be at least one Ring reported in the mapping of the erroneous Doppler redshift.
So if Juric and Jarrett, used the redshift not as distance but as curvature, and re-did their mappings, they would find out that the galaxies form many rings, not just one ring, and that the galaxies are points on a cylinder, the lobes of an electron of plutonium.
Now I am a mathematician, and I have the suspicion that a Projective Geometry proof already exists, that essentially says that even if Jarrett and Juric believe in an erroneous Doppler Redshift as distance measure, even though they believe in that error, that regardless, their mapping will turn up at least one Ring. All of that due to pure mathematics.
Now, if Jarrett and Juric were to dismiss the redshift as Doppler and to assign the redshift as purely an indicator of the curvature of space that the light travelled in, then they would gain a mapping wherein there are numerous Rings, not just the one ring. --
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