The categorization for the thumbnail images

These representing thumbnail images of natural phenomena with inferred unisonal vortices, are segregated into two categories: Celestial, and Earth.

The top three rows with fifteen thumbnail images, are the showcases for the vortical phenomena of celestial objects.

The images in the first row show the vortical phenomena at the intergalactic levels and beyond, the second row show the vortical phenomena at the galactic and stellar levels, and the third row show the vortical phenomena at the Solar System levels.

The bottom three rows with another fifteen thumbnail images, are showcases mostly for the vortical phenomena of the Earth.

The images in the fourth row show the vortical phenomena at the global level of the Earth, the fifth row show the vortical phenomena at the lower atmospheric levels of the Earth, and the sixth row show the vortical phenomena at just above and below the ground level of the Earth.

The last thumbnail image that illustrates the structure of an atom, is into the vortical phenomena at the atomic and subatomic levels.

In the generalization of a vortical paradigm that is ubiquitous in the observable universe, these thumbnail images illustrate all sorts of vortically manifested natural phenomena from the macrocosms to the microcosms.



If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck. - Duck test