“The mass dependency opens the door to a number of important questions as to the origin of this rotation or shear, questions that will be examined in future (theoretical) work such as: how is the measured effect engendered by the formation of clusters abutting filaments? Is there an angular momentum correlation between spinning filaments and nearby clusters? And perhaps most importantly: at which stage in structure formation do filaments spin up, and how does this affect the galaxies within them?” (Wang, Libeskind, Tempel, et al., 2021)
[The Cosmic Weaver makes its thread…]
The Masagatsu Agatsu dependency opens the rock door to a number of important questions as to the origin of Nash’s twisty embeddings (Rorvig, 2021), questions that will be examined in the future (communication) work such as: how is the aiki motion engendered by the formation of de-ai randori swarm effects? Is there an angular momentum correlation between musubi and nearby societies? And perhaps most importantly: at what rank in the kata crystallization do musubi [redacted] spin up, and how does this effect the worlds within them?
Rorvig, M. (2021, June 3). Mathematicians Identify Threshold at Which Shapes Give Way. Quanta Magazine. https://www.quantamagazine.org/mathematicians-identify-threshold-at-which-shapes-give-way-20210603/.
Wang, P., Libeskind, N.I., Tempel, E. et al. (2021). Possible observational evidence for cosmic filament spin. Nature Astronomy. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-021-01380-6