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This is a foreword from the author to any prospective reader of Universal Vortical Singularity (aka UVS) with some suggestions for its appraisal.

The treatise of UVS is presented on the Internet so that its topics in structural modules, can be hyperlinked, illustrated with graphic animations, or video clips. This platform also enables systematical interactions for any inquiry on any context in any of the UVS topics.

The UVS homepage showcased natural vortical phenomena in thumbnail images and tabs for accessing the UVS topics, and they are structurally interlinked to its extensive studies and research.

This Internet presentation of UVS was contrived to suit as much as possible for people from all walks of life, and the versatility of this platform facilitates the initial explorations of the UVS topics with customizable approach that could accommodate on individual basis; a reader can begin to explore the UVS research according to his field of interest with his personal preferences at his own discretion to his level of interest in any of the UVS topics.

For the initial appraisal of UVS, it is recommended that you should briefly scrutinize the contexts in “Overviews of UVS”, which would give you a brief idea of its overall content.

See the categorization for these UVS thumbnail images, and click on each of the above thumbnail images to see a total of 30 posters with intricate details.

Also, the afterword of UVS that elaborates on the developmental background of UVS, might let you consider making your inquiry with a peculiar approach for perceiving natural phenomena with the UVS methodology. This intuitive-inductive approach could invoke transcendental perspectives of their apparent observations, and it is crucial for a smoother inquiry entry into any UVS topic by simply bypassing hindrances of preconceived ideas, which could innately or inherently arise via the conventional deductive approach. And of course, you should always maintain being skeptical and scrutinize the UVS propositions prior to your acceptance.

If you are not particularly familiar with any field in the scope of the UVS research, a suggestion is to choose from a list in “Significant revolutionary discoveries of UVS” for a UVS topic you could be interested for your initial exploration, such as “Jet streams”, “Dust devil”, “Mysterious planetary rings”, "The coma, gas and dust tails of comet”, or “The Antarctica Ozone Hole”. Or you can try to hunt for one UVS topic that interests you in the list of “The qualitative predictions of UVS”, especially in those case studies that have the proofs for their a priori propositions that are evidently verified. Then casually explore the chosen UVS topic and its links to a depth for as far as you can go, take some time to mull over the propositions of UVS, and patiently observe if any insight unfolds or resonates with you; an insight might be illuminated and this could ignite the interest that could lead you to understand the entire UVS worldview and its epistemological paradigm shift.

Spontaneously, if any topic you saw on the UVS homepage has resonated and struck a chord with you, and you are drawn to know more about it, that topic is probably the best entry point for you to begin with. Thereafter, in your own circumspection, discreetly follow the recommended links as you are getting along with. In unfolding manners, these links could gradually open up the respective worldviews of UVS to you.

To explore UVS spontaneously, take for example, if you are familiar with cosmic or stellar evolution, are curious with new ideas and alternative concepts on how celestial objects could have evolved in a universal mechanism as a single system, you can selectively explore a UVS topic on “The structure of the observable universe”, “Cosmic evolution of stars and galaxies”, or “The structure of a galaxy” for making your entry with a pinch of salt. If any of the UVS topics draws your interest immensely, with the hyperlinks therein that link to its related studies and research, it would systematically lead you to explore wider and deeper into the respective worldviews of UVS.

If you are inquisitive, always have never ending questions, but urged for rational and scientifically coherent explanations for enigmatic natural phenomena, and are not satisfied with the best conventional explanations, then the UVS' philosophy of science can offer intriguing insights for your inquiries on the natural phenomena you were investigating.

If you are familiar with physics in studies such as the theory of relativity, the standard cosmological model, or the standard atomic model, and are game enough to explore on alternative concepts or hypotheses with the passion for the enrichment of your insights, be it for broadening the horizon of your views, or to put UVS on trial with what you know, you can critically evaluate UVS by selectively starting with any one of these UVS topics that best suit your inquiry taste buds:

- Critiques of the scientific method - Addressing the cognitive paradox fallacies
- The cognitive paradox fallacy in Kepler's laws of planetary motion
- The cognitive paradox fallacy in Big Bang model on expansion of space
- The cognitive paradox fallacy in cosmic inflation on accelerated expansion of space
- The cognitive paradox fallacy in Michelson-Morley experiment
- The apparently observed expanding universe
- Qualitative evaluation on time dilation
- Michelson-Morley experiment reviewed with UVS
- The interactions of spheroidal pushed-in gravity in superior and inferior conjunction

- CMBR dipole
- The structure of atom
- The orbit of natural satellite

- Sunspot
- The vortices of Jupiter
- Tropical cyclone
- Jet streams

- Dust Devil
- Tidal Bore
- Crater
- Solar System alignment effect

Nevertheless, you can also explore the contents of UVS with the conventional top-down approach.

In essence, let your enthusiasm guide you for your exploration in this interactive presentation for UVS.

Most of all, I wish you an enjoyable and fruitful experience for your explorations of natural phenomena in the UVS worldview, and become awakened to a refreshing and enlightening way for perceiving the observable universe.

We make our world significant by the courage of our questions and by the depth of our answers.- Carl Sagan



Vincent Wee-Foo
Author and the founder of
Universal Vortical Singularity



Some resonated remarks received that are relevant to Universal Vortical Singularity (aka UVS) for its websites:

“Well done, Vincent.”
- Dr. Richard Miles, Ph.D in Phys. Chem. (Bristol); British Astronomical Association. This was a comment on a quantitative prediction of UVS for a cometary outburst event, 18th August 2014.

I like the new charge modeling for both celestial lagrangian point and atomic model., Being an exit scientist and now am industrial physicist, I admire your insight and works highly.
- Dr. Winston Cheng Wen-Hao, Ph.D. in particle beam physics and accelerator theory, Post Doc: high energy particle collider design in Lawrence Berkeley Lab, 12th August 2014.

“With great admiration.
- Dr. Vuthipong Priebjrivat, B.S. in civil engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.S. in environmental engineering from Stanford University, Ph.D. in economics and public management from the University of Chicago, metaphysicist, corporate leader, law maker, and author of several books such as "DRAW YOUR THOUGHTS" that elaborates on an intuitive-inductive approach for explicating some typical types of social behaviour, "DHARMODYNAMICS", "NEODHARMA", "DHARMOSCIENCE", "SANKHARA" that coherently elaborate with "draw your thoughts" on some intrinsic structures for nature of reality in its transcendental perspectivalism, 3rd June 2014.

'... a brilliant treatise that credibly extends modern human scientific knowledge and awareness of "How The Universe And Everything In It Truly Works".'
- Dr. Wayne Nowland,
physicist, researcher, philosopher and author, planned and launched Australia's first AUSSAT communications satellite system, Feb 2014.

Also loved reading your research again. It does make me rethink and in some cases, relearn my understanding of the cosmos.
- Professor Christopher W. Hodshire from Western Michigan University, 28th Aug 2012.

Great website ... food for thought.. many thanks............
- Michael Henning, University of Cape Town 1977 BBSC, 23rd Feb 2010.

An intriguing website full of enlightening concepts and analyses!, We consider your site and your new theory to be original and exciting..... We love your site!
- Dr. Wayne Nowland, physicist, researcher, philosopher, and author, planned and launched Australia's first AUSSAT communications satellite system,
Dec 2009.

You provided one of the most comprehensive presentations of the spiral nature of the universe.
- Dr. Vladimir B. Ginzburg, who had done in-depth research in numerous theories on the spiral nature of the universe, covering from ancient Greek era through modern science era, 4th July 2009.

UVS is the future of science.
- Allen Barrow (aka PoPpAScience of TOEQuest Forum), 12th Dec 2008.

Vincent’s model is valid for all atomic particles as long as one realizes they must be viewed as three dimensional vortices; that’s how they interact with the spatial Aether, but that’s another story.
- David Levi Wing (aka dleviwing, moderator of TOEQuest forum; author of "TORONICS"- Interpretations of Physics, The Mystery of Mass, Wave Characteristics, The Standard Model), 30th Dec 2008.

Vincent, I am convinced that UVS would give satisfactory answers to most of the mysteries...
- Dipayan Kar (aka dipayankar of TOEQuest Forum), 20th Sep 2008

Hey Vincent I just wanted to say I appreciate your website very much. Sometimes pictures speak a thousand words, and your pictures are superb.
- Divinity from Thunderbolts forum, 17th Sep 2008.

Your website looks great and full of new ideas.
- Kevin Harkess, BSc(Hons) physics degree, author of "Wisp unification theory", 21th June 2008.

I am studying very hard right now on the many aspects of the vortex. It is amazing how many endless paths it takes me down. When I am in wikipedia, I find myself many times over clicking 6 pages deep just to read one sentence that I started in the first page. I have read most of this knowledge before, but I find with the "Universal Vortical Singularity" at the forefront of my mind, it is like reading it for the first time with all new ways of see it. Its like being a kid in a candy store once again.
- Allen Barrow (aka PoPpAScience of TOEQuest Forum), 13th April 2008.

Thank you for such important and wonderful research as you have freely offered on your web site.
- Derwood, 20th Mar 2008

You have a very interesting home page which I looked at on a cursory level., Your theory seems to be well thought out.
Professor Patrick Wirtz (aka ProfPat of TOEQuest Forum), 9th March 2008.




References and links:
Natural phenomena - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Inductive approach - From Research Methodology
Deductive approach
- From Research Methodology
Proof (truth) - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Observable universe - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paradigm shift - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



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Disclaimers: The treatise of Universal Vortical Singularity (UVS) in its epistemological paradigm shift, is fundamentally unconventional. Its hypotheses based on the unheard-of UVS model, are bounded to have shortcomings, loose ends, and errors. Many details and assumptions of its propositions established in the conceptual frameworks of UVS, have yet to be further researched, probed, evaluated, validated, or proven. Its implicit explanations are for casual understanding of the topics presented in the UVS worldview, and any term or statement if offensive in any manner or whatsoever is most regretted. Links to other sites do not imply endorsement of their contents; apply appropriate discretion whenever necessary. Inevitably for whatsoever reasons, some viewing devices at times could experience data corruption for text, disorganized content layouts, missing images, failed animations, and some external links might have had ceased to exist. The presentations of the web pages are not friendly to small mobile devices, it is therefore recommended to accessed and view the UVS contents with a system device that has a larger screen, such as personal computer, android tablet, or iPad. For the best experience to explore UVS, it is better to use a MS Windows based PC or device using Internet Explorer or Firefox installed with Java that works for its interactive applets. (Such as Java Applet of Moiré pattern, JPL Small-Body Database Browser, and Planet Finder.)

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