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spineaxis of Cosmos and locations of superclusters and voids #1427 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Mar 22, 2013 6:14 PM


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 spineaxis 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 spineaxis.
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 PerseusPisces PP supercluster in the opposite direction as shown in this atlas:
http://www.atlasoftheuniverse.com/nearsc.html
Now the number of Voids in the direction of the Virgo and Centaurus straight line of the spineaxis is very much reduced number of voids. However the number and size of Voids in the spineaxis direction of the PP 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 ellipsoids. The location and magnitude of the superclusters and Voids of the observable universe implies the Atom Totality theory.

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