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The UVS inductive resolution on globular cluster

Based on the UVS model, a globular cluster is formed by the transformation of a dissipated satellite galactic polar vortex pair, which is impelled by its nested spheroidal unisonal vortex that encapsulates the globular cluster.

From the UVS perspective, the spheroidal shaped torus structure in the inner sections of a nested satellite galactic spheroidal vortex, can be vortically transformed to become a nested ring torus structure, and then vortically flattened by its polar vortex pair to form as a nested accretion disk.

After vortically accreting stellar materials to form as stars, thus formed as a satellite galaxy with its vortical collections of stars, the nested ring torus structure can be transformed back to become a nested spheroidal shaped torus structure, thus form as a globular cluster.

A transforming
torus structure.

Note: Animation of the torus shows that as the distance to the axis of revolution decreases, the ring torus becomes a horn torus, then a spindle torus, and when the distance approaches zero, the torus will resemble a sphere.

See the UVS topics on "The structure of an elliptical galaxy" that elaborates on how a prolate shaped elliptical galaxy could be vortically transformed, "The UVS atomic model with a nested dual-core electron shell" that illustrates all sorts of vortical transformation in the microcosms, and "The structure of the observable universe" that illustrates a vortical paradigm for the macrocosms and the microcosms that are grounded in a UVS conceptual framework of the observable universe.

The cognitive paradox that renders globular cluster as a mysterious phenomenon, was thus resolved with its underlying structure and mechanism explicated.

Heuristically, a globular cluster is formed when the satellite galactic polar vortex pair underlying a satellite galaxy, has dissipated in its nested spheroidal unisonal vortex.

Paradoxically, this is a mysterious phenomenon that amazingly was caused by a vanished satellite galactic polar vortex pair, which did not show its presence to the observers at the first place. This inductive resolution thus has methodically resolved its very elusive cognitive paradox that renders it as a mysterious phenomenon in its paradoxical effect.

A globular cluster.

When the vortically consolidated stars on an accretion disk in a satellite galaxy is released by the dissipated satellite galactic polar vortex pair in a freely suspended condition, the stars would then be withheld with repulsion forces in their nested spheroidal vortex, it thus naturally transforms the satellite galaxy into a spheroidal collections of stars.

In the UVS worldview, a globular cluster such as the Messier 80, or the Omega Centauri, was formed in a dissipated satellite galactic polar vortex pair that is being impelled by the underlying galactic vortex of the Milky Way.

See an externally linked report on "Star streams reveal galaxy's dining habits" that suggests Omega Centauri is the nucleus of a small galaxy swallowed by the Milky Way.

Hypothetically, the Omega Centauri that contains several generations of stars as observed, was a dwarf galaxy many times its present size, but as a result of its satellite galactic polar vortex pair has had dissipated, it thus could be more easily ripped apart and absorbed into the main galactic structure of the Milky Way as was being observed.

From the UVS perspective, a globular cluster vortically encapsulated by an outer layer of its nested spheroidal vortex, continues to spin with transferred momentum from its dissipated satellite galactic polar vortex pair. Consequently, without sufficient dynamo effect from the dissipated satellite galactic polar vortex pair, globular clusters are thus not active in evolving new stars as observed.

The empirical observations on the characteristics of globular clusters, construe as strong evidence that a typical globular cluster is formed in the wake of its dissipated satellite galactic polar vortex pair that was coalescing a former satellite galaxy.

UVS predicates that a globular cluster is formed in the wake of a dissipated satellite galactic polar vortex pair, which was flattening its satellite galactic spheroid.

The grounding for its epistemic theories of truth: The underlying structure and mechanism of a globular cluster as explicated with its hypothetical construct based on the UVS model, elucidated its delusional observation that renders its mystery. Thus, its cognitive paradox could be meticulously resolved, and all the related natural phenomena were then qualitatively analysed in the conceptual frameworks of UVS by inductive reasoning for explicating with their empirical evidence to establish their qualitative predictions with abductive reasoning.

See the UVS topic on "Overviews of the UVS research" that elaborates on the grounded theory methodology for the evaluations of natural phenomena.

Apparently, the star systems are formed among the interstellar spheroidal voids in the globular cluster, and the formation of these voids resembles a spheroidal cluster of soap bubbles.

From the UVS perspective, the interstellar spheroidal voids with their star systems, shaped the globular cluster, and these spheroidal voids apparently are smaller toward the core.

The star systems are supposedly held around the outer circular edges of some adjoining surfaces of the interstellar spheroidal voids, and these voids formed as an invisible spheroidal cluster in the globular cluster.

See the UVS topics on "Supervoids" that elaborates on a much larger cluster system of voids, which is demonstrated among the superclusters and galaxy clusters, and "Heliosphere" that demonstrates a nested stellar bubble encapsulates the Sun.

A soap bubble cluster.


With the visualizations on the underlying structures and mechanisms of natural phenomena,
these intuitively induce the resolutions for the revelations on their actualities.
- UVS inspired -


The Messier 80 globular cluster in the constellation Scorpius is located about 30,000 light-years from the Sun
and contains hundreds of thousands of stars. Image credit: NASA, The Hubble Heritage Team, STScI, AURA.





June 2007

References and links:
Globular cluster - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dwarf galaxy - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Torus - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Accretion disk - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Messier 80 - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Omega Centauri - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Milky Way
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamo effect - Excerpt from the Encyclopedia Britannica
Animated transformation of torus - By Kieff; Wiki Common
Image of globular cluster - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of heliosphere - NASA



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