Source: Gravitational lensing: Supernova Refsdal in Einstein’s cross in Pegasus

gravitational lensing

Gravitational lensing warps light to produce multiple images and visually recreates a supernova event in different star field locations giving the impression of discrete events but is actually a replay of the original event.

Quantum entanglement and emergent gravity explain the deviations from Newton’s laws in galactic rotation for one instant in time but not for all look-back times.

An unexplained discrepancy between spatial and temporal symmetries in Nature and the momentum of angular rotation is seen.

Why do the amount and shape of gravitational lensing change over time and greater distances? What does this reveal about the nature of dark matter, dark energy, distance and time?

Interdependent relationships of celestial objects are influenced by the effects of gravity, thermodynamic symmetries, electromagnetism and other forces. What is occurring in the containment area that delineates the dark object from the surrounding star-field in deep space? What are the dynamics and nature of its edges? How are its delineating boundaries formed? What do they consist of and how do the edges interact with the surrounding star field?

Perhaps the sublime is a cosmological dimension of symmetry, complexity, patterns and harmonic organization. Or maybe it synthesizes on the edge of chaos and order. Is the effect derived by an underlying pure state of beauty or merely illuminated by it?

Whether the laws of Nature are sublime, or arbitrary and entropic, remains a mystery awaiting discovery.