Serendipity [in the form of a comment by Roger Tallbloke] has presented the interesting work of Vincent Wee-Foo and his Universal Vortical Singularity Theory.
Universal Vortical Singularity (UVS) is a theory of everything in natural science.
It is based on a single scientific model and has had qualitatively made revolutionary discoveries in numerous mysterious natural phenomena that can be empirically observed in the universe.
This was through inferring the presence of unisonal vortex in the empirical observations, and by resolving cognitive paradoxes for understanding their associated delusionary inversed illusions that are being caused by the paradoxical effect of nature.
UVS conforms with numerous empirical observations at all levels from cosmic scale to subatomic scale, and with its grounded theory approach, it offers a unified way for seeing how the entire observable universe works with a perpetual unisonal motion throughout macrocosms and microcosms as a single system.
With the proffered paradigm shift based on UVS, and its methodology for the qualitative studies of natural phenomena, the epistemic process with qualitative rigors seeks immutable truths in the realities of nature, and quests with criteria of truth in leaps to its scientific revolution for advancing knowledge of the universe.
Vincent Wee-Foo claims his Universal Vortical Singularity Theory is significant because:
01. UVS meticulously resolved numerous mysterious natural phenomena of the observable universe.
02. UVS rigorously demonstrated that the posit for time in modern physics is fallacious.
03. UVS critically falsified the Big Bang theory on its proposition for metric expansion of space.
04. UVS logically debunked the scientific consensus on Michelson-Morley experiment that concludes the emptiness of vacuum space.
05. UVS heuristically propositioned a celestial mechanism that is universally consistent and this supersedes the Kepler’s laws of planetary motion.
06. UVS explicitly posited invariant space and time with a scientific model on a neoclassical platform, and in its paradigm shift it eliminates the intuitively unthinkable paradoxes in the abstracts of modern physics.
07. UVS enlightenly offered qualitative evaluations for epistemic truths of natural phenomena that refer to the realities of nature.
08. UVS consistently unified gravity with quantum gravity from the macrocosms to the microcosms.
09. UVS coherently explained the evolution of cosmos from cosmic levels to subatomic levels with loads of empirical evidence.
10. UVS qualitatively illustrated how the entire observable universe works unisonally throughout macrocosms and microcosms as a single system.
The theory appears worthy of further investigation [but please remember Oldbrew’s wry warning: it’s more than a bit ‘wordy’].
Roger Tallbloke kicked off the topic in his Talkshop with an intriguing posting:
Milky Way Turns Out to be a Vortex: Challenges Ahead for Astro-Modelers
Velocity map of the extended solar neighbourhood as seen by RAVE. Shown is a slice cut perpendicular to the plane of the Milky Way through the position of the Sun. Arrows indicate the streaming motions of the stars, the colour indicates the velocity perpendicular to the plane of the Milky Way. Credit: AIP
However, in his posting Roger [correctly] indicates the sources are badly written.
The galactic mosh pit
Astronomers have discovered that our Galaxy wobbles. An international team of astronomers around Mary Williams from the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP) detected and examined this phenomenon with the RAdial Velocity Experiment (RAVE), a survey of almost half a million stars around the Sun. In addition to the regular Galactic rotation the scientists found the Milky Way moving perpendicular to the Galactic plane.
It is common knowledge that our Galaxy is permanently in motion. Being a barred spiral galaxy it rotates around the Galactic centre. It has now been discovered that our Galaxy, the Milky Way, also makes small wobbling or squishing movements. It acts like a Galactic mosh pit or a huge flag fluttering in the wind, north to south, from the Galactic plane with forces coming from multiple directions, creating a chaotic wave pattern. The source of the forces is still not understood however: possible causes include spiral arms stirring things up or ripples caused by the passage of a smaller galaxy through our own.
The following may help any old farts [like me] who have never heard of a “mosh pit”.
Moshing, also known early on as “slamdancing”, is a style of dance whose participants push or slam into each other. It is most associated with “aggressive” music genres, such as hardcore punk and numerous styles of metal. It is primarily done to live music, although it can be done to recorded music.
Variations of moshing exist, and can be done alone as well as in groups.
Moshing usually happens in a “pit” (sometimes called a mosh pit or “circle pit”) and is intended to be energetic and full of body contact.
Variations include “pogoing” (mostly jumping up and down) and the more extreme wall of death, and are typically done in an area in the center of the crowd, generally closer to the stage.
While moshing is seen as a form of positive feedback or expression of enjoyment, it has also drawn criticism over dangerous excesses occurring in offshoots. Injuries have been reported in mosh pits, and a few deaths have occurred in a “Wall of Death”, an offshoot that developed when slamdancing was adopted at metal shows from its origin at punk shows.