posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 01:34 AM
First I would like to say I’m not a professional anything when it comes to space science or the universe. I gather my information from similarities
of observable events that we can perceive to piece together my thoughts on how I feel things work.
Many people think space is empty except for matter (planets, starts, etc). I feel that the empty space is actually a different form of “matter”
like water but the particles are just space farther apart (or very small). I don’t gain my thought from a math equation but rather observable events
here on earth. Let’s first take a look at our spiral galaxy.
We are a “spiral” galaxy and you can see why it’s called a spiral galaxy from the picture above. Now I would like to show you a picture of an
Notice a similarity? They both form a “spiral” type appearance. Both the whirlpool and our own galaxy have a force in the center that is causing
this reaction and it creates a similar result.
Now I’m sure some people will point out that there are different types of galaxies like elliptical galaxies and irregular galaxies like the pictures
With that said there are also different forms of whirlpools that take those same shapes. Some look rather “round” while others don’t resemble
much of a whirlpool at all.
Next is how our own solar system moves through our galaxy/universe. Here is an interpretation of how that looks.
And here is a picture of how a propeller moves through water which I feel represents how our own solar systems moves through our own
In the end I feel most of the universe can be explained by observations of our own planet just on a different scale. We can’t look at the universe
from the outside in however we can observer similarities just like the apple that fell from the tree.
Edit- sorry for the bad pictures I need to work on that.
edit on 27-3-2014 by LightSource because: (no reason given)