27 March 2018

Corrugated Galaxy ~ Nassim Haramein ~ 22 March 2018

Not sure if I've posted this before. The first time I heard about our "corrugated" Galaxy was a couple of years ago (I think ~ Time is now very blurred for me) from Sheldan Nidle, in one of his webinars.

Source: Nassim Haramein

The Milky Way Galaxy was recently measured to be 50% larger than previously thought according to new data that shows the accretion disk of our galaxy is not "flat", it's corrugated (like the topology of cardboard).

Findings from a study by conducted by an international team led by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Professor Heidi Jo Newberg show that features previously identified as galactic rings are, in fact, part of the galactic disk, extending the known width of the Milky Way from 100,000 light years across to 150,000 light years across.

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