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Patterns found in spiral galaxies indicate universe could be far more orderly than previously believed
An astronomer surveying data from roughly 200,000 galaxies claims to have found a veritable needle in the universal haystack a pattern underlying the movement of the universe which could upend current models and theories.
In a yet-to-be-peer-reviewed paper, computational astronomer Lior Shamir of Kansas State University claims to have detected a pattern in the distribution of spin among the galaxies in the universe.
If he is proven correct, this would disprove assumptions that the complex and mind-bogglingly vast structures of the universe are random in nature, and would suggest that the early universe may itself have spun like a vast, orderly galaxy before slowly unraveling at the edges as it aged.