exo universes



By Henryk Szubinski

quest for the parameter of EARTH TO THE EDGE of the galaxy of the milky way as the basic motivations of the Technologies in every similar sutuation parameter where the same resultance by VERY LARGE interactions of galaxies will simulate or are the MODEL examples for the types of focality of all interactions based on this VERY SMALL parameter of natural science as a very large positionaly interactive parameter in relation to all Earth types of exo planetary systems everywhere in the universe or as based on the LINK of the motion of such sections as LINKED from UNIVERSE to UNIVERSE as the basics of total composite layers of the edge on THEORY of such exo planets that are LINKED to the edges of each of their system galactic horizon on the levels of the EDGE horizons being LINKED to ALTERNATE UNIVERSES and their LINK EDGE values

So that all the data will support the flow of such zones or their basic LOOP THROUGH by galaxies in total LINKAGE with exo universes so that the basic resultance is the type of totals of the edge values in motion about any specific alter UNIVERSE centration.
As such the ultimate fate of every galaxy is the edge on confrontations of galactic interactions as seen from all possible exo planetary technologies.
The basics of the PORTAL used on the LINK to exo galactic system interactions is based on the amount of exo planets which will fit in through it as the basics even on inclusions of any system making the rush above the rest there is supportive arguments for some exoplanets to take the chance to get on top of its portal exits on top of them
The ones who do not are left in a projectively lower level of thoose systems displaced down through gravity shared by parallells.

the theory above is based on some general observations by the images from the HUBBLE SITE

About This Image
An onionskin-like structure of concentric dust shells surround a central, aging star. Twin beams of light radiate from the star and illuminate the usually invisible dust. Artificial colors show how light reflects off the particles and heads toward Earth.
Credit: NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
Acknowledgment: W. Sparks (STScI) and R. Sahai (JPL)

About This Image
The Veil Nebula, left behind by the explosion of a massive star thousands of years ago, is one of the largest and most spectacular supernova remnants in the sky. This is only a small section of it.
Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration
Acknowledgment: J. Hester (Arizona State University)

About This Image
In this pair of gravitationally interacting galaxies called Arp 147, the blue ring-shaped galaxy’s distinctive look was probably created when the galaxy on the left passed through the galaxy on the right.
Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Livio (STScI)

About This Image
A face-on galaxy lies precisely in front of another spiral galaxy. The chance alignment allows us to see the dark material in the front galaxy, thanks to the glow of the galaxy behind it.
Credit: NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)


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