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of the force of gravity #1448 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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galaxies are spaced like Euclid's tree Orchard Chapt16.14 mathematics
of the force of gravity #1448 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Mar 31, 2013 4:52 PM
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--- quoting Wikipedia on what Euclid's orchard is ---
In mathematics Euclid's orchard is an array of one-dimensional trees
of unit height planted at the lattice points in one quadrant of a
square lattice.[1] More formally, Euclid's orchard is the set of line
segments from (i, j, 0) to (i, j, 1) where i and j are positive
integers.

The trees visible from the origin are those at lattice points (m, n,
0) where m and n are coprime, i.e., where the fraction m?n is in
reduced form. The name Euclid's orchard is derived from the Euclidean
algorithm.
If the orchard is projected relative to the origin onto the plane x
+y=1 (or, equivalently, drawn in perspective from a viewpoint at the
origin) the tops of the trees form a graph of Thomae's function.
--- end quote ---

Now can we see any of these maps of galaxies as a Euclid's Orchard
Map?


http://www.atlasoftheuniverse.com/index.html
Well, we can if physicists correct their errors, their many errors.
For one, gravity comes from the Maxwell Equations as EM-gravity with
gravity-cells, which solves the reason that Earth can still revolve
around the Sun even though the Sun is moving in Space at 220 km/sec
whilst Earth is moving at 29 km/sec.

It is only the last 100 years that physicists had learned the Sun was
moving at 220 whilst Earth was moving at only 29 km/sec. But be
assured that if Newton or Maxwell had known of this fact, they both
would have looked for a "new gravity". Trouble is that in the last 100
years, none of the physicists had a bright enough and logical enough
mind to even see a problem of 220 versus 29.

The solution is a gravity cell, such as the Oort Cloud is a gravity-
cell and it rotates in space and the rotation rate nullifies the Sun's
220 km/sec of linear speed.

Now this is important because gravity-cells are surrounding each
galaxy and the cell is about 50,000 times the size of the "apparent
galaxy". So, all of a sudden the Milky Way and Andromeda and
Triangulum galaxies are 50,000 times larger than previously thought.

Gravity Cells explain redshifted light because light traveling through
a gravity-cell is refracted or diffracted to the red wavelength.

Now the mappings of galaxies by Geller & Huchra, Jarrett and Juric all
have to be thrown out and start anew, because when the Universe is EM-
gravity, not the fakeries of Newtonian or General Relativity
gravities, that the galaxies map much to the pattern of Euclid's
Orchard of mathematics.

I am delighted to see that a problem of Euclid some 2,000 or more
years ago becomes the solution to the way that galaxies are
distributed and mapped.

When the Universe is just one big atom of 231Pu, then the electrons
are electron-dot-clouds and each dot represents a galaxy and each dot
is uniformly spread over a geometry surface, the uniformity of a Tree
Orchard and we should see galaxies, much like seeing a evenly spaced
trees in a tree orchard.

So looking at that atlas of galaxies we should see lines of galaxies
just as Euclid saw lines of trees, even though they were evenly
spaced.
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Archimedes Plutonium
http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies



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