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Topic: Experiment of graph paper on a cylinder Chapt16.1 Ring in Caltech's
Jarrett's 3rd layer #1422 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: the Cosmos is cylinder shaped (the last electron of plutonium)
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Posted: Mar 19, 2013 8:44 PM
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curvature is the reciprocal of diameter;
smaller diameter, greater curvature.

the redshifted objects do not have to beinterepreted
to be Doppler, because of relative motion, and
not even Hubble really believed in this theory.

> It is unknown ?whether this ring-like structure is physically
> associated with the ?cosmic web or an artifact of projection.


> in fact, because the Cosmos is cylinder shaped (the last electron of
> 5f6 of plutonium)
> But perhaps the single greatest proof that the Cosmos is a cylinder
> shape with evenly spaced galaxies is that it predicts an observation.


> And looking at 90 degrees from
> the axis, you will see the most redshifted galaxies, not because of
> Doppler, but because they are in the most curved portion near to our
> galaxy on the axis of the cylinder.




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