The Principles of the Trinary Universe

Chapter 4.07.2

C®pyRight & C©pyLeft
by

Jeffrey Scott Flesher

Medically Retired United States Air Force Staff Sergeant

Last Update: 2 May 2018

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Chapter 4.07.2: Irregular and Elliptical Galaxies

When a Galaxy can no longer expand by building more Trinary Engines, it will stop production and start to morph into a different type of Galaxy, currently these are classified as either Irregular or Elliptical, I will only refer to them as Older Galaxies or Mature Galaxies, a progression of this can be seen in: Illustration 4.10: Hubble's Galaxy Classification, once you understand the pattern, it is clear that this is just a natural part of the Evolution of a Galaxy.

Hubbles Galaxy Classification
Illustration 4.10: Hubble's Galaxy Classification Full Size

I see no reason at this point in time to change any of Hubbles Science, its all based on Newtons Math, so its something we can all agree on; so this chapter needs a lot of work, I would like to detail how this shape comes to be, and show more images of this type of Galaxy, and where they can be found.

 

List of Illustration

  1. Illustration 4.10: Hubbles Classification

 

 



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