Clumping Up


Clumping Up

Clumping Up is a genuine physical phenomenon. Seen in an astronomical context, clumping up covers everything from NASA's COBE satellite's findings of a 'hot soup' early cosmos, to the formation of Black Holes, if not the actual Universe itself.

Clumping up in the real world concerns the transformation, during certain processes, of particles into clumps.

Clumping Up can easily be shown to be a factor of a vortex.


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