The cosmic microwave background radiation is the radiation from a pole of the universewhich is located at the back. It radiates as a pulse. We receive the radiation from all thedirection because of the refraction and reflection of the energy and rotation of the solar system, galaxies and cluster of galaxies. The central region rotates faster in larger objects to conserve the angular momentum of a wider area as the objects are comingfrom far away. So the interaction of electromagnetic wave loops are more in the center of larger objects and thus the frequency of the energy which is radiated from the twopoles of the universe are more like a dynamo. As the size of the centers of all theobjects are same and larger objects produce more electromagnetic energy, the center of larger objects can hold the charge for less time and that is why the duration of radiation pulse of electromagnetic energy which is radiated from the poles of theuniverse is less. According to the 2
law of thermodynamics, this energy is radiated inthe region of conical sphere in such a manner that it tries to maintain equal temperaturein all areas.New atoms, clouds, stars and also galaxies are formed from the energy depending onthe temperature and density and thus the universe is homogeneous and isotropic in thevisible region. As the energy is radiated from the pole towards forward and sideways inthe region of conical sphere, there is a little variation in temperature between the poleand forward and between the center of the conical sphere and the sides. Due to thetemperature variation, the energy is radiated outwards and the drag force acts in aslightly curved path. That is why the objects are getting continuous force to rotate andmove forward. Thus the universe is accelerating and the orientation of our solar systemand the galaxies and cluster of galaxies are same in the visible universe.Because of the action of drag force all the stars, galaxies and cluster of galaxiescontinuously get rotary motion and forward motion in the Polar Regions. The disc regiondoes not require drag force. They are moving around the central region due to thevariation of centripetal and centrifugal force. As the position of our galaxy is in, one of the polar region, so we are going away from the center of the universe.The objects which are moving outwards from the Polar Regions return to the centralregion again through an elliptical or parabolic path and the system continues. We mayconsider the central region as a black hole. There may be infinite number of universesoutside our universe.