are there any superclusters or walls of galaxies at all or are they a Oort cloud illusion Chapt16.12 Limits on what we can see in astronomy #1432 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Mar 26, 2013 4:11 PM
Temporarily I am going to leave chapter 16.1 because of the awful corruption of data and information about galaxies as clusters and superclusters and of walls. About the only safe information is Voids, but voids depend on where astronomers place galaxies.
Now NASA has a nice picture of the Oort Cloud that surrounds the Solar System as can be seen in Wikipedia page on the Oort Cloud.
Now take a look at this picture of the superclusters of Columba shaped like a V and the supercluster of Hercules shaped like an up-side down V. Now take a look at the Pavo-Indus supercluster shaped like a "?" and a similar shaped supercluster of Leo also shaped like a "?" http://www.atlasoftheuniverse.com/nearsc.html So why would superclusters be shaped similar to one another? And the answer probably lies in the fact that when you have a normal galaxy whose light passes through the Oort Cloud of ice and water molecules, that the light of this galaxy becomes redshifted as it passes through the ice and water and is altered to appear as though it is a supercluster when in fact it is a single galaxy.
If any of us were to travel and make a visit to a telescope of a space observatory and actually look at what astronomers believe is the Columba or Hercules supercluster, what the astronomer will show is is a tiny pin prick dot in the sky. Of course, the astronomer then expands that tiny dot, believing it is a huge supercluster and then writing that misinformation up into journal reports and books and thus causing the rest of the science community to buy in on fallacy of data.
There is no way of knowing that the Pavo-Indus and Leo superclusters, or the Columba and Hercules superclusters are not actually superclusters at all but just merely a single galaxy whose light is refracted through some ice or water of the Oort Cloud.
Because two superclusters both shaped like a V and two superclusters both shaped like a "?" makes more logical sense as being just a single galaxy that gets reflected or refracted by some Oort Cloud ice or water. --
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