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• If the Universe is isotropic, how come that observations show that the number of Galaxies rotating Clock Wise differs significantly from Galaxies rotating counter Clock Wise?
My name is Arieh Sher. I've recently come up with a new theory regarding the structure of the Universe, which I call the "Pivot Theory".
The pivot theory is very simple, and attempts to explain several observed, yet unsolved, issues in cosmology.
These issues are:• The lack of evidence of the existence of dark matter in the universe.
• The rotation curve flattening of stars in Galaxies, contradicting classic mechanics.
• Universe expansion - some Galaxies are approaching the Milky way, rather than drifting away, which conflicts with the Big Bang theory.
• What is the reason for the shape of spiral Galaxies? According to classic mechanics, by now, the spirals must be tightly wind up.
If we consider black holes as our dark matter source we have a problem. Since the compact object has the same radial field strength distribution as it had before collapse. This field strength would need to increase as the mass collapsed to explain dark matter.
If we consider some as yet undiscovered particle then we need to determine why it should be stable and does not decay.
What value of energy does it require to make it so stable.
Finally, why does dark matter not operate in the solar system to affect planetary orbits?
What is it about dark matter effects in a galactic system that only affects global rotation while leaving solar system orbits undisturbed.