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The structure of the observable universe

In the UVS worldview, the entire structure of the observable universe throughout macrocosms and microcosms, is intrinsically formed in a cosmic hypersphere of the cosmos.

The structure of the observable universe is formed in the intrinsically resonated cosmic hypersphere with the hyperspherical transformations of a nested torus paradigm.
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Remarks: This physical cosmology abstract is a conceptual framework of the UVS research. It is a platform for invoking its transcendental perspectives of the UVS worldview for inducing the insights to resolve the subliminally negated observations of the paradoxically rendered natural phenomena.

In a nutshell, the cosmos vortically formed in the closed system of the cosmic hypersphere has had manifested as an aetheric vortical hypersphere of 137 nested 3-spheres. The structure of the observable universe with all its objects, is intrinsically formed in a nested manner of the nested cosmic hypersphere with its vortically transformed torus structures.

Note: Animation of the torus shows that as the distance to the axis of revolution decreases, the ring torus becomes a horn torus, then a spindle torus, and when the distance approaches zero, the torus will resemble a sphere.

The nested vortical hypersphere of the cosmos with its precession effects resonated in a cosmic vortical motion, harmonically spawns elementary particles in the all pervasive aetheric medium encapsulated in its nested cosmic hypersphere.

In the cosmic vortical motion, the vortically transformed elementary particles intrinsically inherit the forms and characteristics of the nested vortical hypersphere of the cosmos. And in a nested periodical manner, they are vortically coalesced as subatomic and atomic particles with the vortical variants of their nested hypersphere structures.


A transforming
torus structure.


A nested solid
torus structure.

In the nested vortical hypersphere that encapsulates the observable universe, all sorts of compounds that had vortically coalesced from the atomic particles in the microcosms, are then vortically coalesced in the vortically transformed macroscopic hyperspheres to reactively form as a nested structural system of planetary systems, star systems, satellite galaxies, galaxies, galaxy groups, galaxy clusters, and superclusters.


By visualizing the underlying vortical structures and mechanisms, it intuitively
reveals the actualities of the mysteriously rendered natural phenomena.
- UVS inspired -


The CMB dipole
Vortical motion
of the cosmos

Structure of atom

A vortical cluster of
nested
hyperspheres

Planetary system
Formed in a
vortical system

Globular cluster
Transformed by a
dissipated vortex

Structure of galaxy
A nested vortical
substructure

Galaxy group

Formed in a nested
vortical hypersphere

Galaxy cluster

The vortical effects
of a
hypersphere

See the UVS topics on "The structure of atom", "The CMB dipole","The formation of stars and galaxies", "Unisonal evolution mechanism", "The predications of the UVS research", "The revolutionary discoveries of UVS", and "Overviews of the UVS research" for more insights and further elaborations.



An artist's impression for depicting the hypothesized nested vortical hypersphere shown with the vortically formed spiral arms manifested on its accretion disc.

This artist's impresssion is from a vantage point looking closed-up at a galactical system. It depicts the galactic hypersphere structure of a galaxy with the hyperspheres of its planetary systems nested within. And it also indicatively shows this galactic hypersphere is among numerous similar scale distant galactic hyperspheres dotted in the background among some other star clusters.

 

 

 

 

 

Recompiled in May 2016

References and links:
Observable universe - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cosmos - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Torus - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conceptual framework - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Physical cosmology
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Closed system
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
3-sphere
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hypersphere - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Precession - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elementary particle - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compound
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Star systems - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Animated transformation of torus - By Lucas Vieira; Wiki Common
Image of a conceptual nested vortical hypersphere of the cosmos - Vincent Wee-Foo
Image of the CMB dipole - Astronomy Picture of the Day, NASA
Image of a nested toroidal structure - hyper-sphere.net
Image of star HL Tau - Credit: Greaves, Richards, Rice & Muxlow 2008
Image of globular cluster NGC6388 - NASA, ESA, F. Ferraro (UniBO)
Image of Bode's galaxy M81 - NASA
Image of a nested toroidal vortex that encapsulates a galaxy group - Drawn by Vincent Wee-Foo onto the Cartwheel Galaxy image from Anglo-Australian Observatory photographed by S. Lee, C. Tinney and D. Malin.

Images of galaxy cluster - NASA, ESA, M.J. Jee and H. Ford (JHU)

Diagram for the UVS atomic model with a nested dual-core electron shell - By Vincent Wee-Foo
Artist impression of a hypersperical vortex - The original image was from the website of "A New Science Of Everything"

 

 

 

 

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