The Laniakea Cluster, Our Home

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  1. Wendy

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    Are those filaments some kind of quantum or gravitational effect?
     
  3. nsaspook

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    It looks like a particle accelerator collision on a massive scale.

     
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    Doe's gravity effect the particle accelerator collisions?
     
  5. Wendy

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    Each dot in that filament is a galaxy. I believe they are highlighting direction of travel in addition.

    I thought it was fascinating, which is why I posted it.
     
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    And it was. And it made me feel very, very small. And lucky.

    I find the concept of a "Great Attractor" intriguing, for some unexplainable reason.
     
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    It's too small to have any effect on even the LHC when compared to the electromagnetic and nuclear forces but I'm sure it effects the formation of a super-clusters structure. Maybe gravity at this scale is a Entropic_force.
     
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    Go to the link. Scroll down to original report site. Scroll down...watch their video. There is an identical but opposite structure right beside this structure. Looks like a dipole to me.
     
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