This topic uses correlations of the breadth (dispersion) of spectral lines with properties of E galaxies to examine effects of reinforcing (R) or opposed (O) offsets due to orientation of the nuclear quantum dipole. The previous topic examined the effects on rotation measures. Dispersion measures provide a means to relate vertical sequences with redshift-magnitude bands. An alternate form of a band structure is derived using dispersion correlations between luminosity, rotation and shape (eccentricity) the last of which is an excellent morphological index that distinguishes galaxies that fall in vertical sequences.
This topic briefly brings together the observational properties of vertical structures and their contents in preparation for a more detailed discussion in Topic033. Using line width (dispersion) data Topic033 relates E galaxies to vertical structures and redshift-magnitude bands as part of the doubling evolution process of galaxies and their nuclear dipoles. Dipole orientation has marked effects upon observed properties of E galaxies as already discussed in Topic031 with respect to rotation. There is more to come.
As the discussion of the doubling process began it became apparent that since it is a fundamental process which links space and time, the time has come to discuss the formative processes and relationships between time, space and its fundamental dipole structure. They define the basis upon which the universe is built and link together the observed facts and premises within QTC. Parts of this discussion is based upon new understanding developed as I assembled this blog, some aspects quite recently going well beyond my book. It includes the first appendix to my book which was based upon some of my last work before retirement. Completion of the doubling process will follow.