As redshift quality continued to improve a still finer structure emerged. Redshifts appear to assume a periodic quantized pattern, occupying specific steps in a decay or excitation process which can potentially be described by a quantum wave function. The source function appears to take the form of a quantum dipole embedded in galaxy nuclei. Preservation of the pattern implies there is little or no evidence that gravitationally induced motion can play any significant role between galaxies on the large scale. Publication of such new and controversial concepts is a complex problem.
My third topic discussed crossband substructure within redshift-magnitude band patterns. There are changes in redshift radially in clusters and between redshift patterns within clusters involving galaxy morphology and radio or emission line activity. These changes relate to understanding evolution of aggregates of galaxies and activity and morphology in individual galaxies. Topic004 opens discussion on those subjects.