Astronomy: Proof to
2207 and IC 2163 Galaxies]
In this article, I will attempt
to present wave theory’s ideas in a manner that corresponds
to the approach and scientific lexicon of current astrophysics.
1. Everything is the universe is formed by
wave formations (two loops), which can be as large as the
universe or as small as a wave that merges with space.
Every wave, both large and small, is a rigid formation whose
components are connected by dark matter. In fact, every signal
that is transmitted on a vast universal scale is instantaneously
communicated to every other location in our universe and to
other universes as well. This concept is difficult to fathom,
but it must be true — otherwise the universe would lose
its stability and plunge into chaos.
3. The wave is governed by hierarchical laws. Its size and
power depends on its internal energetic swirl (for example,
the black holes of galaxies), which is the heart of the life
All waves are composed of energetic matter — shinning
and dark “rings.” For example, the universe contains
galactic paths/rings that are composed of solar paths/galactic
arms, and the solar waves are composed of planetary paths.
Solar and planetary paths are rigid formations, as is every
constellation. Each wave is connected by energetic paths and
dark matter to the adjacent waves in its phase (transition)
and with neighboring waves from the energetic paths of both
higher and lower phase transitions.
4. Energetic signals between identical energetic formations
that share a common energetic path phase are the strongest
and most rigid. Consequently, the signals are transferred
immediately. The links between waves in different formations
are weaker and distance also impacts the signal’s quality.
For example, the universe interacts best with other universes,
as do galaxies with other galaxies. However, waves that are
not located along the main path are relatively more independent.
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Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright©
2003. All rights reserved.
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