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determining the geometrical shape of the Universe from the voids and walls #1425 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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determining the geometrical shape of the Universe from the voids and walls #1425 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Mar 21, 2013 2:46 AM


Now my conclusions are not proofs but merely good applications of logic. Not proofs because I am using a assumption of the galaxies spaced on a grid and equidistant spacing and then overlaying this grid onto a cylinder surface. Now I could overlay the grid of graph paper upon a sphere surface. And what would our galaxies of the night sky look like if the Cosmos were a sphere surface? Well, it is easy to picture that because a flat plane graphing paper grid can be turned into a sphere if the graph paper can be crimped at the top and bottom of the page and then stretched out in the middle (equator) and so where would the evenly spaced dots as galaxies be in that situation? Well, it would mean that there are no Voids, but a lot of superclusters and walls in every direction. So, if my assumption is correct, then the Observable Universe cannot be a sphere or spherical geometry because there are many Voids in the Cosmos.
Now thinking of Voids, what geometry produces the most voids? Well I would guess that hyperbolic geometry so that if we chose a surface like a trumpet or funnel shaped surface that the Voids produced from a graph paper of equidistant points as galaxies would be many times greater number of voids than the cylinder surface. That is, provided we are looking at the larger end of the trumpet, not the mouthpiece end of the trumpet. But which of these three geometry surfaces fits the facts of the Observable Universe night sky of galaxies the best? Is it a sphere shape, a cylinder shape or a trumpet (hyperbolic) shape? Well the sphere has no voids, and the trumpet has too many voids in one direction and almost none in the opposite direction. That leaves the cylinder shape as the likely shape of geometry of our Universe. The cylinder shaped produces superclusters and walls of galaxies and produces Voids in both directions and symmetrical voids and not too few nor too many voids.
Again, this is not a proof as in mathematics, but it is a reasoned argument with a big assumption of equidistant spaced galaxies of a grid.

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