Umm....... maybe that earthy ozone phenomenon is not intersting enough for TOE discussion, or maybe I should go into some more fundamentally universal issues that have direct concerns for TOE, so as to inspire at least some feedbacks. LOL, give me a clue please.
How about galaxy? Kindly take a look at the image of Cartwheel galaxy:
Excerpts from Wikipedia:
The Cartwheel Galaxy (also known as ESO 350-40) is a lenticular galaxy about 500 million light-years away in the constellation Sculptor. It is about 150,000 light-years across.
The galaxy was once a normal galaxy like the Milky Way before it underwent a head-on collision with a nearby galaxy. When the nearby galaxy passed through the Cartwheel Galaxy, the force of the collision caused a powerful shock wave through the galaxy, like a rock being tossed into a sandbed.
Moving at high speed, the shock wave swept up gas and dust, creating a starburst around the galaxy's center portion that were unscathed. This explains the bluish ring around the center, brighter portion.
This is saying the outer ring had emerged instantaneously on a 150,000 ly galaxy that is 500 mly away.
Hypothetically, based on UVS, all the stars in a galaxy are powered by vortical forces of a galactic vortex, in a galactic oneness that synchronize and respond instantaneously; it induces, drives and collects those spiraling dazzling stellar materials, with some consolidated as stars with a number by the hundreds of billion, into an organized form known as a galaxy. If the conjectures for this instantaneous reactions on the vortical fabrics that held the Cartwheel galaxy with a span of 150,000 light-years across is true, then it is a myth that nothing with mass can travel faster than the speed of light; is this not going to involve a lot of rethinking for people who are in this TOEQUEST?
Cartwheel galaxy is one of my all time favourites, and the UVS studies involving this galaxy can be found in these pages:
- Structure of a Galaxy
- Evolution of stars and a galaxy
- Black Hole and Dark Matter
Any interest for this vortex topic? Or can anyone suggest any other UVS topics that are to your interest?