The categorization for the thumbnail images

These categorized thumbnail images of natural phenomena with their inferred vortical structures, is segregated into two main groups in the UVS treatise: Celestial, and Earth.

The top three rows of the thumbnail images, are the case studies for the inferred vortical phenomena of celestial bodies. And the bottom three rows, are the case studies for the inferred vortical phenomena of the Earth.

The images in the first row are for the inferred vortical phenomena at the intergalactic levels and beyond, the second row are for the inferred vortical phenomena at the galactic and stellar levels, and the third row are for the inferred vortical phenomena at the Solar System level.

The images in the fourth row are for the inferred vortical phenomena at the global level of the Earth, the fifth row are for the inferred vortical phenomena at the lower atmospheric levels of the Earth, and the sixth row are for the inferred vortical phenomena at the ground levels of the Earth.

The last thumbnail image on the structure of an atom, is for the inferred vortical phenomena at the atomic and subatomic levels.

These thumbnail images on the home page are the showcases for the postulated vortically transformed hyperspherical structures that underlie the natural phenomena from the macrocosms to the microcosms, and therein illustrate a vortical paradigm that is ubiquitous in the entire observable universe.

 

If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck,
then it probably is a duck.
- Duck test