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Hurricane/Galaxy comparison

  • 29-09-2022 9:57am
    Registered Users Posts: 408 ✭✭

    Here is another area where meteorological and celestial structure merge and research has yet to begin in any meaningful way-

    The external forces acting on a hurricane may also be present in galactic structure for just as there are different low pressure systems in a meteorological sense so there are also galaxies with different features-

    Aside from the usual complaints that celestial features do not belong in a meteorology forum, the idea is to restore the link that always existed in terms of external dynamics whether it is the form of a hurricane or a galaxy. The planet's daily rotation supplies the structure of a hurricane at those latitudes, while hurricane season itself is a property of two surface rotations acting in combination. I have a great deal to say about galactic structure and external forces, however, the narrow conceptual view prevails presently and that would be difficult to discuss and consider.

    It is something similar to plate tectonics, where the jigsaw relationship between the American continent and European/African continents became to obvious to ignore and remains a work in progress when researchers become accustomed to rotational dynamics behind the structure and geological evolution. Once again, I remind readers who genuinely care of the perspective of a meteorologist who suggested the continents were once joined using multiple disciplines-

    “Scientists still do not appear to understand sufficiently that all earth sciences must contribute evidence toward unveiling the state of our planet in earlier times, and that the truth of the matter can only be reached by combing all this evidence. ... It is only by combing the information furnished by all the earth sciences that we can hope to determine 'truth' here, that is to say, to find the picture that sets out all the known facts in the best arrangement and that therefore has the highest degree of probability. Further, we have to be prepared always for the possibility that each new discovery, no matter what science furnishes it, may modify the conclusions we draw.”― Alfred Wegener, The Origin of Continents and Oceans