UVS predicates that heliosphere is formed by its nested spheroidal unisonal vortex of the Solar System and it is vortically impelled by its galactic vortex.
In a vortical resonating process after the molecular clouds of interstellar materials were coalesced at focal points by vortical culmination, it generates a nested spheroidal unisonal vortex by negative pressure that counteracts with the vortically pushed-in insterstellar medium. This process vortically impels the Sun to spin in the invariable plane and subsequently consolidate it to fire up as a vortically lit up star with the magnetohydrodynamics dynamo effect of photosphere; this vortical culmination process coalesces interstellar materials to form as the plasma Sun with its satellites as the Solar System.
In the UVS worldview, the vortical consolidating interactions of interstellar materials in a star, drive the process of stellar nucleosynthesis by vortical spin fusion with resonated aether vortical motion.
UVS predicates that stellar nucleosynthesis can be caused by vortical spin fusion to assemble chemical elements with nuclear reactions occurring in the cores of stars.
See the UVS subtopics on "Nucleosynthesis in the universe" that on how elaborates on how galactic wind could be vortically generated, "The structure of the observable universe" that explicates on a vortical paradigm in the macrocosms and the microcosms, and "The spheroidal pushed-in gravity" that elaborates on the causality for the mass effect of matter. See also an externally linked topic on "Heliospheric current sheet".
The grounding for its epistemic theories of truth: The underlying structure and mechanism of heliosphere as explicated with its hypothetical construct based on the UVS model, elucidated its delusional observations that render it as a mystery. Thus, its cognitive paradox was simply dispersed, and its natural phenomena were then qualitatively analysed in the conceptual frameworks of UVS by inductive reasoning for explicating with its empirical evidence to establish its 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.
19th June 2007
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