4. DEEP-SPACE QSO's EXPLAINED in this Model:
Given cyclonic disturbances resulting in a breached shield
Given the fact that the stars were created AFTER the water shield
Given up to billions-of-light-year's interpreted red-shift differences between many QSOs and their host galaxies
Given "trillions of times more energy than stars, but confined to an area not much bigger than our solar system" attributed to many QSO's
Cyclonic Edge-Piercing QSO
In light of the previous Scriptural statements about the waters and their configuration, might not a cyclone breach from surface-to-surface, allowing a "heating flow" of red-shifted energy to be seen inside the Cosmos? Added later, the stars were used to "decorate" the expanding rakia. Their red-shift would caused by being dragged along in the Rakia. If there were any parabolic ice mirroring going on in the chasm at "safe distance" from this object, how might mankind be confused?
Strong current flow + an interrupting body breach water. Although challenging to see, this is a photo of a tornado structure in water that is opening and breaching the water from surface-to-surface. Given enough turbulence, and necessary current-interrupting solids (Ice bodies?) These cyclones form naturally, sometimes in twins. In an electrically active universe, the water shield could develop such disturbances. Dark waters could in this way allow searing Glory to shine through their shroud.
The real problem here is that in the upper right is a NASA artist's imagination of a pinwheel with two geysers of incredible size spewing from the poles; the real image is lower left. Could it just be a double hole in the water shield picking up water as energy blasts by and into the void of space?
QSO Galaxy NGC 7319
This and the next 7 images are a quick NGC7319 muse using our model. These NASA images caused a stir, because the "billions-of-years red-shifted-QSO" doesn't even appear in the center of the galaxy. Please ignore the references to animation.
We are looking at this "in 3-D", that is, with the possibility that it is NOT a flat pinwheel "frisbee" structure, but rather a deep cyclonic impression in dark waters. Please disregard reference to animation. These images aren't!
Comparing the usual perceived center of this galaxy with a probable model that points out the QSO as its actual center, and the traditional center as a reflection & emission nebula.
Logical conclusions if we add 3-D depth to our thinking when looking at such galactic structures in deep space.
QSO Galaxy NGC 7319: A genuine contradiction? Or are the "experts" just using the wrong model? Possible reasons we see "deep space" objects all around this area: perhaps reflections off of molecular fine water-ice; perhaps oblique angles and interior horizons in deep conical structures in shrouding waters; a cush-ball shaped interior of the water's surface could well suffice, and without revealing light, we couldn't put the big picture together.
Yes, I have heard "haw-haw!" Never seen a "nearer horizon" in deep space! How about now (NGC 2787?) No stars even resolve in the cyclonic body here, but what a central void, declaring Glory beyond imagination! An example of what happens when matter is not shielded from outer energies? Image credit: NASA/ESA and The Hubble Heritage Team