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the drifting apart of matter

The universe, space and the drifting apart of galaxies, stars and planets is an unexplained phenomenon with many theories. If you look at a spiral galaxy, you can see it spinning from afar. At the same time, they move freely in space, in space. There are many of those galaxies out there. Estimated 2 trillion. Some of the galaxies are moving toward each other. So that at some point a collision is to be expected. It is not known where this force comes from, the driving force that causes the galaxy to rotate and at the same time move through space. This point will be examined in more detail here. There are several possibilities for this. A kind of gravitation, the force of gravity is an example of this. This force ensures that we stand on earth and everything that doesn't have wings falls from the sky. It is also called gravitational force / gravity. Now imagine the universe as a closed system. A sphere, an elliptical geometric body, in other words a kind of box. So the force pulling on the galaxies would be positioned outside the box. So the force that pulls on everything must have a magnetic effect on everything floating around in the universe. To get a ball moving, you have to push it. It doesn't matter if you do it by hand or foot. This is where we exert energy and transfer it to the ball. The ball starts rolling. On a straight stretch, however, the ball will quickly come to a standstill again. But that doesn't happen with the spiral galaxies. Even our solar system is drifting further and further away. We have no fixed point in space. Our solar system is a wandering system! It is quite possible, even if it is still undiscovered, that there are solar systems or individual stars that actually do not move and are therefore rigid in one place in space. That in itself would be worth a post of its own. We are moving further and further away from the Milky Way to name a fixed point. But what set us and everything else in motion? Everything else can also be called matter. Even simpler, everything in space is matter. The tangible. Has there ever been a cosmic earthquake in the history of space? May be.


The fact is that every now and then stars explode, creating a force that would be able to set matter in motion. Depending on how far away the starburst is, of course. A chain of explosions at shorter intervals could have set a domino effect in motion. But even this force will eventually run out of fuel and according to our understanding, the movement should then slow down again and stop. As in the example with the ball. But you don't do that. Everything just keeps spinning and everything drifts in an indefinite direction. Fatal but not entirely impossible, our measuring devices show errors or are not at all suitable for this type of research. What else can set two things in motion and be attractive at the same time? The magnet has a plus and a minus pole. The core must therefore be iron or a metal that has magnetic properties. However, the distances that we are assuming in this example are incredibly large. So big that you can not imagine that there is a magnetic force behind it. But what if? One does not even know today whether the universe has an end somewhere or whether, as mentioned above, it is a closed system. This is supported by the fact that we discovered mathematics and did not invent it. Based on this, the whole universe has already been measured and digitized by others. Only with even more modern and finer technology. So we touch the work of others and surf the knowledge freely. As things stand, space is expanding. So we gain space. As if we little earthlings with our modest solar system needed much more space. What's interesting is the increasing speed at which everything in space is drifting away. Does the universe have an end? Then the cycle of possibilities begins anew. The perpetuum mobile of ideas thus comes into effect. If the universe were a sphere with a shell ! What would be behind the case then? Here another theory of the scientists says, then there would just be a multiverse. Take 10 marbles, each is a universe and a closed system that all exist side by side. If, in the past, multiverses have collided once or more often, one could also find an answer as to why the matter in space started to move. The beautiful story with the multiple galaxies can also be found in the (MiB) Men in Blacks. Much of what was shown in science fiction films back then has now become real. But with all 10 balls there is always a space free, it would be different with squares or rectangles, they are all lined up. So there is a new indefinite space if you string balls together. But what would that be then? You see, it's not easy, but that's exactly why science is justified. Keep looking where others stopped or were never willing to ask questions! A large labyrinth with an unbelievable number of possibilities and combinations. Since Pi 3:14 stands for infinity here, one can only hope that everything else has an end and becomes explicable for us.


Here's a little hint in relation to the closed system.


Please look at the hieroglyphs of the Egyptians. Strictly speaking, the paintings of the pharaohs in their buildings the temple. There you will discover cartridges that are unique, they also look like air bubbles. Alone, reinterpreted, can provide many answers. These cartouches have content, so sometimes the sun and other planets can be found in them, but also combinations of members of the pharaoh dynasties and individual sacred animals. In addition, the cartridges are always closed. That means there is no entrance or exit. Looking for parallels, one could now interpret the whole thing like this. The cartouches show that the builders of the pyramids knew that our solar system is a closed system. Each planet has its fixed elliptical orbit as we revolve around the sun. It runs synchronously and all planets float in mutual dependencies in front of each other. If you now go one level higher in the language of the cosmos, it could be deduced that the cartouches can also tell us whether our universe is also a closed system. This is a step up in size. But it can also be smaller. The earth itself is a closed system. An organism is also a closed system. For example the bloodstream. The distribution of nutrients, everything finds its place. System to system are lined up. If we go further down the level, then we find the building block of biological life. The cell. This strongly resembles the painting of a cartouche, oval, elliptical. Frightening similarities can also be found under the microscope, some cells look like a micro-universe. For this you can look at the photo “Cosmic Background Radiation”. As well as some photos of biological cells, see Wikipedia or the search engine.


Feel free to take a look and share your impressions and thoughts on it. Forge something new. Unfortunately, with Our Current Official Technology, we cannot see to the edge of the universe. So if there were a glass or a dome holding everything together, you wouldn't be able to tell. Not yet.


The drift and the movements in our universe happen as if by magic. Our current research and the knowledge gained are not sufficient to provide a precise answer. This leaves a lot of room and space to expand your imagination into unknown dimensions. Imagination is the key to everything, without this power it would be difficult to develop new complex theories. All this is based on the closest cooperation between physicists, natural scientists, astronomers and, among other things, the mathematicians out there. By the way, mathematics as a language is universally peaceful.

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