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Galaxy NGC 4622

Time Turning: "...a time to breakdown; a time to buildup..." (Ecclesiastes 3:3)

First Space is polarized by two turns: a turn toward the Closed System (finite) and the turn toward the Open System (infinite).[1]

In a 3-dimensional space, the Closed System turn (i.e., the entropy turn) is the most noticeable; particularly, if you've limited your observation to a linear time sequence.

The Open System turn (i.e., the creation turn) is less noticeable in a 3-dimensional space. However, the turn can be noticed in the occasional retrograde spin and orbit of a planet or moon; the turn is even more noticeable when you find two galactic arms turning in opposition (e.g., NGC 4622: "an inconvenient galaxy"). --FinalNotice 00:03, 8 September 2009 (UTC)