Those gazing into the distant skies at the two neighboring galaxies NGC 2207 and IC 2163, which are ostensibly on a collision course with each other, bear witness to the quintessential example of a wave formation. These two galaxies comprise ONE WAVE formation that is composed of two swirls: one energetic (electric — Kerr swirl); and the second is magnetic (Schwarzchild swirl). There can hardly be a more beautiful example of a wave formation.
The two loops (swirls) remain in a constant state of competition. This perseveres until the formation’s ultimate destruction, when the energetic loop disperses into space and the magnetic loop explodes as a supernova and forms a new life cycle. According to wave theory, the energetic loop is continuously trying to escape and disperse its energy into space. Correspondingly, the magnetic loop attempts to preserve the wave’s integrity and prevent the energetic wave’s departure. Each of the loops is thus involved in promoting its own independent objectives. This sparkling astronomical spectacle truly exhibits the raw power of energetic matter as well as the natural fervor of energetic activity.
The NGC 2207 and IC 2163 galaxies do not collide. They are
essentially one wave (quant), and a single entity cannot possibly collide
with itself. One swirl (galaxy) merely compliments its partner.
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Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2003. All rights reserved.