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Chapt16.1 Ring in Caltech's Jarrett's 3rd layer #1421 ATOM TOTALITY
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Posted: Mar 19, 2013 1:43 AM
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Chapt16.1 Ring in galactic mapping in 3rd layer of Caltech's mapping
suggests the electron lobe of a Plutonium Atom Totality

In the 4th edition I had websites that were good websites of Jarrett
and Juric
but now some of them have been removed.

These are still available:

Now it is a shame that Jarrett of Caltech has taken down his website
that shows a ring in the 3rd layer. Fortunately I quoted Jarrett
before he removed the website or was removed by someone. Apparently, I
suspect any evidence of the Atom Totality theory that strikes down the
Big Bang theory is excised and removed from the Internet. So I am
lucky to have quoted the essential part.

--- quoting ---

The third layer (0.01 < z < 0.02) is dominated by the P-P
(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.

--- end quoting ---

Now the reason that ring is so very very important is because when you
do geometry of the Universe and you believe in the fakery of the
Doppler redshift as a distance of galaxies when instead, the redshift
is a tabulation of the curvature of space, where light is bent because
of bent space (refraction or diffraction), then you will remove all
rings except for one ring.

So now, if you tabulate all the galaxies Doppler redshift under the
fakery of distance, what you end up with is at least one ring of
galaxies, where you can make all go away save for 1 ring. Now, if you
re-tabulate all the redshifts to be a curvature of space phenomenon,
where some large redshifts are actually very close to us (Milky Way)
yet some very distant galaxies have a tiny redshift, the mapping would
be all rings. When you mapp as distance of Doppler redshift, you end
up with at least one ring, as Jarrett found in the 3rd layer. Now, if
you take all those galaxies and consider that redshift is an
indicator, not of distance, but of curvature, then every layer is a
ring layer of galaxies. And the shape of the Universe in this re-
tabulation is the shape of what the Schrodinger Equation has for the
lobes of the 5f6 of plutonium atom-- an elongated lobe or ellipsoid.
Somewhat like a elongated balloon, or a sausage shape or a cigar shape
only more thick.

I sincerely hope Jarrett and Caltech did not remove that website
because it supported the Atom Totality theory and trashcanned the Big
Bang theory with its phony Doppler redshift as distance. But who


Google's (and Bing's) searches and archives are top-heavy in hate-spew
generated by search-engine-bombing. And the Google archive stopped
functioning properly by about May 2012 to accommodate Google's New-
Newsgroups. And recently ( threatens to harm?your
computer if opening a post of mine.

The solution to the sci. newsgroups is to have the sciences hosted by
colleges and universities such as Drexel University hosting sci.math,
not by corporations like Google out to make money. Science belongs in
education, not in money motivated corporations. Do I hear a?University
doing sci.physics, sci.chem, sci.biology, sci.geology, ?etc ?etc

Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple and fair
archiving of AP posts for the past 15 years as seen here:

Archimedes Plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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