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|Author(s)||James B Wright|
|No. of pages||8|
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The Observable Universe is seen as a tiny sample of an infinite ocean of galaxies, a self-evident existence that is engaged in a constant re-cycling of its galactic ashes and debris into new galaxies at an efficiency of 100%. The motor that drives this re-cycling is gravity. Galactic clusters are built into massive arrays and, in time, build the central galaxies, the Seyferts, out of which are born the Quasars, the precursors of new galaxies, a la Halton Arp.