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Topic: spine-axis of Cosmos and locations of superclusters and voids #1427

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spine-axis of Cosmos and locations of superclusters and voids #1427

Posted: Mar 22, 2013 6:14 PM
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Alright, I had a look to see if mathematics geometry has a better name
for "spine axis", and the answer is no.

What geometry would call this spine-axis is this:

Given a point on the surface of the cylinder, there exists one and
only one straight line segment produced by that point and is the
height of the cylinder.

I am going to call it a spine-axis.

And the Universe of galaxies shows us the spine axis to be a straight
line from Earth that goes to Virgo and Centaurus and Great Attractor
superclusters in one direction and to Perseus-Pisces P-P supercluster
in the opposite direction as shown in this atlas:


Now the number of Voids in the direction of the Virgo and Centaurus
straight line of the spine-axis is very much reduced number of voids.
However the number and size of Voids in the spine-axis direction of
the P-P supercluster is very much increased and enlarged Voids.

What all of this means is that our Observable Universe has the shape
of a cylinder because it is the last electron of a 231Pu Atom
Totality, for electrons are shaped like cylinders or narrow-
The location and magnitude of the superclusters and Voids of the
observable universe implies the Atom Totality theory.


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

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