The Einstein Cross (QSO 2237+0305 ) is a gravitationally lensed quasar, which has identical features of an oscillating fluid system (quadruple nuclei).




                                                                           

The density wave phenomenon observed in the expanding and oscillating bubble films are analogues                                                              of astrophysical structure and forces.

    

                                                                                

                                                     

                                                                                                                                           Arp 74

                                                                     

                                                              

                                                              AM2133


          

                                                                                                                                        AM2225

 

         

    

                                                                    Arp 325

 

            

                                                               AM0229

 

    

                                                          Arp 177

 

 

                                                      primitive bubble vortex structure            BX442 early galaxy



Common features in vibrating bubble films include ejection of nuclei or formation of satellites both transient and stable, suggesting ejection of anomalous redshifted quasars from galaxies as related to work by Halton Arp Formation of Structure in the Universe.


                            

                                                                       NGC7603





 

Modes include rotating densities, which evolve rings and other remnant structure proceeding large systematic ejections.


AM2159_330 and AM2125_533 with hypothetical ejection features suggesting extra-dimensional metrics.

Galaxies are the source of universe/multiverse domains incorporating fluid ejection coordinates. 


                   


                                                          

                                                                        GALAXY MODEL


Galaxy Properties:

1/ hydrodynamic gravitoelectromagnetic density

2/ polygonal field currents (3-6)

3/ oscillation modes (frequency/amplitude)

4/ matter inflow/ejection


Galaxy/System Characteristics:

1/ oscillating fluid-nucleus

2/ rotating n-body nuclei

3/ nucleus/arms

4/ ejection/satellites

5/ reversible evolution of structure/activity 

6/ ring/vortex phenomenon



Field current surges generate load imbalances observed as irregular galaxy morphology. 




The galaxy model can be represented as a simple tank circuit, which oscillates via field currents (inductor) directly to the hydrodynamic gravitoelectromagnetic density (capacitor).


AM0430_303 is an example of a ring-type galaxy ejecting same dimension nuclei, which correlates to the fluid mechanics of a type of complex oscillating bubble film event.

AM0430_303





 

Like star or galaxy clusters, the universe resembles a system, which has inflated, collapsed and expanded (ICE). That mechanism includes a series of ejections and ICE's occurring in a Planck-type phase where the 'universe' combines and is observed as one fluid event (3>20 events =1). The cosmic microwave background is a sequential universe artifact. Imaging scalar universe structure is possible based on the mapping of potential ICE fluidic ejection points (galaxies). 

 



Processed images of bubble spray experiments (1995)

representing universe phases including coronal and filamentary structure.

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