Universality of the Theory
Interestingly, how is the Big Bang Theory consistent with the reliably known distribution of galaxies in the Universe?
It is known that in clusters of galaxies there are most often elongated elliptical galaxies and, most often, these galaxies are giant. At the same time, spherical galaxies live outside clusters, but these galaxies are most often dwarf ones. This complex and mysterious distribution of galaxies remains a mystery to the Big Bang Theory. And what will the Unified Theory say to this?
From the Unified Theory follows that at smoothing of dissimilarities (Space and World see) of densities of ether in Universe this motion begins from the radially converging rectilinear motion (Formation of galaxies and stars see). Accordingly, where great volumes of ether have come to motion in Space there this motion will be by the close to the rectilinear long-term (because of major sizes of these volumes).
Further the specified straightforwardness of motion will lead to the subsequent loss of its stability (1st law of existence of Universe see). Then the former converging in one field the motion of the great volume of ether will transfer in the subsequent phase. It at its common convergence will break up, due to the uneven density of the ether across the movement, to a small number of separate movements of the smaller ether volumes travelling in the same concentric direction. A small number of these movements of ether (so, on former, the great volumes of ether) is due to the following. At once at the beginning of division of a stream on a small amount of parts each of these separate movements with the necessity ("Formation of galaxies and stars" see above) starts to be transmuted into the vortex steady motion, which stops the further crushing of a stream of ether.
In the former great volume which because of converging fluxion of ether became more compact, the close arranged macrovortexes – galaxies have started to be shaped. Thus the shaping of galaxies in fields of their subsequent aggregations, has begun later, than there where the individual galaxies were organised. The late galaxies, as appears from the Unified Theory, are young – the close to the flat galaxies, the old – the globe (Formation of kinds of galaxies and The classification of the types of galaxies see). These flat galaxies – the large because of specified above great volumes of ether. There are no secrets for the Unified Theory, but for the The Big Bang Theory they remain!