By T.S. Hagerty
Leonard Susskind, A Stanford Professor; commented once in his lecture on cosmology about the coincidental shape of the light reflections in pools, and how they are similar in form to Galactic Filaments. Although he did not elaborate on why these similarities exist, I pursued the analogy as a thought exercise until I reached the following conclusion.
Above are two pictures. The first picture shows the light patterns found in almost any pool. The second shows a pool without any patterns. The only difference in the two pools was-and-is the movement of the water. Movement caused by Human activity and/or wind. After careful and repeated trials I concluded that any waves created in the water in any direction will eventually strike the sides of the pool and bounce back; where they will than collide with the other oncoming waves. In these locations where the two opposing waves collide the light patterns will form. These light formations are not found among the waves cresting on a beach or in any other large body of water where the greatest movement moves in only one direction.
It is only the movement of equal and opposing forces upon the water that creates the crests within the water and it is only because of the lensing effect of the light at these crests that we are able to see the reflection of these formations. Just as the opposing forces of inflationary energy are pushing the galaxies along; it is the concentration of light from the galaxies at the crest of these inflationary forces that have created the Galactic filaments and super Clusters that we observe; Galactic filaments which are created from nothing more than the crests of super massive inflationary bubbles, not some mysterious and unexplainable Dark Matter with properties that operate outside the laws of known physics.
There are two experiments that can be easily conducted in any pool to see this effect. The First is to gather several dozen round paper coasters; to represent inflation points, and set them into a pool. The coasters will block the sunlight and only the space between them will be reflected. I suggest a small area of the pool and several coasters. The Second experiment I personally like because it uses dark-colored balloons filled with ¼ pool water and ¾ of air; they also represent inflation points. The use of balloons was more interesting since I could push the balloons further down into the water by hand and observe the change in the light patters on the bottom of the pool as they became more concentrated. A movement which provides a live simulation of a billion-year inflationary event.
These experiments show that the images of the Pisces-Cetus Supercluster Complex which are attributed to Dark Matter can; in fact, be re-created as inflationary events, with remarkable ease.
Below are the images of the Pisces-Cetus Supercluster with the anticipated inflationary points highlighted.
The images above & below highlights just some of the spacial points radiating positive pressure that is squeezing the Galaxies into the formation like the Pisces-Cetus Supercluster Complex through the inflationary processes of Dark Energy. Glancing back and forth helps visualize the results; even without all the inflation points highlighted.
Proving Dark Energy is an inflationary force II; by showing similarities between Galactic Filaments and light reflections created in the motion of water by showing how/and/why such light reflections are created.