A huge sidewall galaxy like Ngc 4603 with a deep valley swooping down
into the core (tongs trhusting up from left core end) is an upthrusting
delta river spill plane made by the core's jet firing out intermittant
pulsations as the core, in this case, slowly gimbles downward. A downward
spillplane at the right means the core is gimbling, that is, rotating
independantly on its own on more than one axis, cammed out of phase with
the galaxy arms at large.
Notice how thick is the lower hem's vertical skirt, this is HUGE mass
density thickness. The galaxy is shaped like a cinnamon roll which has
been squeezed slightly sideways by being pressed between your palms and
slide slightly. Massive chaotic galaxy Ngc 5236 is a cinnamon roll cylander.
More cinnamon roll views of Ngc 5236.
CLAMSHELL AND EYELID GALAXIES
An example of each.
Clam shell, look like clambshells, they are elliptical galaxies which
have had their halo's scrubbed. Eyelids
slicking over an eyeball appear in circle as if partially closed
by eyelids, exampled by Ngc 1512
Cotter pin twist is not the same as bi-valve,
for instance handsomely represented in the profile of elliptical cum
chaotica galaxy 6782, whose center plane shelves out horizontally on
the left flange, and rises vertically on the right. Most every galaxy
is bi-valved to one degree or another.
By chance is how come the chamelion's eye is rolled to the left.
It is a chosen systematic new-venue for this page's purposes.
CORE OF NGC 2997
The wound core of Ngc 2997 is also a lookalike.
In all rolled center galaxies the center is a chamelion's eyeball cammed
at angles noticably displaced from the planes of the rolls.
This core is torquing endwise as well as rotating clockwise, causing a
pronounced high tension cam, where the center eye outbutt is turning
both upward, and inward to the right, relative to the outer prevailing
arm sweeps, the big endbutt sweeping forth and around on the nearer end.
The axis shafting through core central is pushing 90 degrees out of phase
with the arms. This is because the multiple core motions total more than
the velocity in the surrounding arms.
Image flipped optically produces more of a squirrel's bushy tail swish,
which suggests the orientation next is closer to the galaxy's true line
of sight in deep space. (Where more optics is seen is usually closer to
true life). (A squirrel's tail gets bushier when the squirrel wants to
look bigger and more intimidating to interloquers especially around a
food stash where everyone, birds and squirrels alike, are eating in a
meely of first come first serve. Galaxies are not quite so self serving
but can be with anything else in the way of mass in the neighborhood.
A second force collapses from a sphere to a straight line, drawing
the galaxies quickly closer together, even from long distance).
CORE OF M100
Similar core notions are seen in M100.
WOUND NGC 6782 COMPARES FAVORABLY TO NGC 1365
The wound core bole is a lookalike to the wound
core bole of Ngc 1365. Thereafter, two differences - Ngc 1365 does
not have a resident halo, and the arms are dissimilar, indicating that
the chaotica circumstances of Ngc 6782 are merely collisional, as opposed
to Ngc 1365 which is merging at this moment (seen in present day time at
Bear in mind that cores like these - big glow in round socket, are not
the true core, which can be just a dot, for instance M100 is a hot dot
seen in closeup by Hubble.
NEXT - M64
More in the M64 page.
For graffiti freaks, it is helpful to know this galaxy has four
official names: M64, Ngc 4826, The Sleeping Beauty galaxy, and the
Blackeye galaxy. At first, nobody knew what it was.
Should this galaxy be seen on edge, it would be a 'chaotica' with
halo blown away now surrounding the thick galaxy plateau with diffuse
positive ionized matter.
Click for M64 original
M82 - CALLED A CIGAR GALAXY - ALSO THE FLAME GALAXY - A BIFURACTION
Cross reference M82 in Bodes3.htm
M82 - how is this interpreted in terms of positive separated from
negative charges. The red sprites above are positively charged
discharge bolts, the outflares tonguing forth from the front
end are positive outrushes. The red is positive ionization.
BIFURCATIONS IN IONIZATIONS
The wings flaring left/right are a mixture of negative ionizations,
sustained in holding patterns by angular momentums, which is missing in
both the sprites and the rushes those velocities come from accelarations
by opposite charge fields pushing them out, not wanted, incompatable,
can't use, not enough kenetic spin momentums to merge in holding
Each of the bifurcations themselves further hold bi-lateral symmetries,
another form of bifurcation. The left wing flares up more vertically
opposite the right wing which flares out more horizontally.
The upper red sprints are rearward and rear rise up in a way no else
than holding your hand up in front of you palm facing forward your
fingers arcing up model these upper sprints more or less perfectly.
The lower outbulge effulges forward as if your best friend your dog's
thick tongue is rudely stuck out at you.
The fact of bifurcation in positive and negative ionizations immediately
suggests ways in which the positive/negative contents removed from the
Cartwheel galaxy have ended up separated into
two entirely independent galaxies.
The above beauty views are from Subaru. Hst kicks in next.
The Subaru view is entirely missing a major event in the Hst - the
center rocked by tympanics - none complete, the left edge of a tympanic
hexagram sculpts a cavity inside which is a horizontal diskal edge which
may associate with a black hole or at least a major powerfull pullmotor.
The Hst view takes in about the area covered in the cropped Subaru
view shown as 'Subaru 1' above. The full subaru is immediately below
Different colortone views show this area, the different colortones
collectively comprise the view since none on its own adequately shows
the tympanic structures and surroundings.
The tympanic cavity is actually an outbulge when seen in virtual 3d,
gently go cross focusing the image pair together to see 3d. Outbulge
like this in a tympani is rather unusual, usually tympani's in innies
with either an elbow arm jutting out from center, or a flush of
irregular plates thrusting forward out of the cavity.
The Tympan-1.htm page has more than enough
illustrations to well acquaint you with the subject of tympani's.
Is this (tympani shell) a Hubble patching error. Likely not. Patching
errors stay with an image regardless of orientation.
This object (tympani) does not stay with the image in different viewer
points of view. Flipped, and rotated, the tympani changes.
Patching errors in a Hubble Cygnus Loop image are permanent.
BI-POLAR ROTATED CHARGE STATES
I have been assuming that blue (absorption) is negative charge, and red
(emmission) is positive charge. This is true for the Orion trapezium
pullmotor (red) coupled to nebula Ngc 1977
(blue). Frequency polarity is self evident in the Flame galaxy M82.
Hubble image reveals dark matter fractal object.
Galaxy M82 -home- adjacent to Bodes has its
two charge states separated into polarized right angles, the central
wings (horizontal) are one charge the vertical flares the other, the
foreflare is being drawn to a point by stronger gravity along the
north/south axis adding to the gravity from the winds, above, the
sundry matter flares out being ejected with less gravity concentrated
their and getting weaker due to clump dispersment the strings in the
diffuse flares are visible gravity waves of opposite polarity out at
the end of the gravity wave strings, concentrating the sundry matter
of opposite charge by attraction.
Gravity waves are two pole, like lines of magnetism with an opposite
pole at each end, in the situation with galaxy waves one pole imbeds
in the galaxy core the other waves out into deep space, however since
more than one pole can imbed in a core in that cores are pullmotors with
multiple poles at least two in simplest engineering gravity waves can
attach up/down, and down up, those waves whose ends are similar in
polarity spread apart and form wide apart arms those with ends of
opposite polarity windup closely together forming more compact
windings with slipstreams
LESS THAN HANDSOME
HAVE MORE THAN ONE
STORY TO TELL CALLED
THE CARTWHEEL GALAXY
More in the Cartwhl.htm page.
Cotter pin twist in inner rims of the Cartwheel galaxy.
Attempts to show how the tendrils are spooling out over the rim
from inner connections to the core hub are not entirely successfull
(not enough Dpi, too much weak medias).
A bold venture into yellow and red shows more of the connects of the
rim spillers inside to the core hub, though, thereafter, little more
can be seen (due to too few Dpi).
The blue streamers issuing from the center hub show it (the center)
is rotating around anticlockwise in a ramshaft motion currently
heading upward toward the upper right corner inside the hoola hoop.
Also, the center is a button sloped downward facing slightly to the
left. Stretch in the blue tethers (all tethers are stretched in the
same direction but not by the same amounts) shows the button itself
is tumbling around an inner axis anticlockwise.
Skip if of lesser interest.
Enough is seen to assert the blue tendrils are gravity waves, the waves
themselves invisible kinking along within the influences of inertia
since gravity waves don't bend without force. Similar to strands of
magnetism the waves have polarity at each end, the negative ends
all plugged into the positively charged (because it is diffuse and
yellow) core, the positive ends of each wave coupled into the
negative charge ring (because it is blue it contains negative
electrical charge currents).
The blue tendrils may be magnetic, not gravitic, if magnetic they
demonstrate new properties of magnetism not seen - magnetic standing
waves that stay integral for a long time.
The Hubble original shows mere traces of blue streamers where the
inner core is rotating in differential independences from the outer
The Cartwheel galaxy is said to be without any star forming material.
It is said to have been removed by the collider which caused the
Matter has been separated into two separate subgalaxies of charge, yellow
and diffuse (positive electrical charge) and blue intense (negative
electrical charge). The culprit has been
traced via a hydrogen trail from star trek to a fast travelling
distant object making a gettaway.
MISSING BLACK HOLE
Since no black hole is indicated in the Cartwheel galaxys core, and none
has ever been suggested in astronomer's literatures, it is likely the
black hole was was torn free - the cores brain ripped out. Where did
No visiblty penetration into the core by turning down the image density.
A few bells and whistles around the core become clarified when glare
is reduced. But, no guaranteed evidence of an active inner core.
Then there is blue - an extreeeemly active tiny galaxy.
It is the blue galaxy. The blue has pullmotor features in the form
of vertical polarity at one end, rotate-phase re-alingment at the
other end, and a third pole downward bristling with cyclonics.
The third pole looks like a breathing mask over the lower left end
of the hot central spindle. The mas could be a tympani, because of
the ultra stark demarkation between blue on one side of a curve, and
white on the other. The artifact is striking and totally self evident
as a device, not a whim from randoms or chaos.
These all actively bespeak strong gravitonic engineering physics,
the whole blue galaxy itself is actively involved.
Here is checkmate, where the image breaks down, not enough Dpi,
nothing more can be seen about this extraordinary gravitonic
black hole show'n'tell core.
LARGE VERTICAL HANGERS - PROFILED BY NGC 2276
Picture a galaxy with elbow arms extending in a cascading ladder
A HISTORY OF REPEATED COLLISIONS - EACH PRODUCING AN ELBOW ARM ?
A ladder, vertical, with long straight horizontal struts,
makes an incredibly industrial looking strange
oblong galaxy, until, also, the right
faced opening with tiny arms
poking out comes into
nautilus with a
cluster of short arms
shooting out of the end of a
long tubular cone in the south east
quadrant facing east, this the result of a
long ago collision and merge with at least two large
spiral galaxies becoming one very oblong bigger rogue with what
seem arms hanging like tangled vines until the (virtual) 3D nature is
seen, revealing a chambered nautilus object of huge expanded size, the
possibly being a very slow vertically oriented spiral galaxy sailed into a
fatal embrace with a more horizontal cousin, and the two became one.
This galaxy is not shown elsewhere in Galaxies in Chaos, but
the fact of a large vertical round off a galaxy end,
or also near a galaxy core, is not uncommon
and rounds are seen in several places
in Galaxies in Chaos, including
Cores.htm vertical rounds
Snubs.htm vertical rounds
From another plate - pale sliders
Thought looking odd by pros because arms seem to go in two directions,
it is actually an ordinary with just one clockface rotation, the
confuser are thin arms branching in v-breaches.
Original - apparent clockface rotatation in two directions intensified
by stark white against stark black.
Enhanced - normal one clockface rotatation
Junction box where an undeciferable disruption creates the illusion
of a two way street in the arms. Note a rather precise circle edge
arcing down to the left through the rim below the core. Media density
differs on either side of the arc which means some compliant compass
is enscribing the arc boundry.
Virtual stereo turns two identical mono
photos into 3d.
Web site/display/designs/image enhancements - Greydon Moore
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