24Falaco Solitons Spiral Arm Galaxies During the early stages of formation of the Falaco Solitons, caustics could be observed on the surface of density discontinuity that mimic the spiral arms so often observed in paper thin, almost "ﬂat", galaxies such as our own Milky Way. The observation is enhanced if chalk dust (or dirt) is deposited on the surface of the pool during the ﬁrst few seconds of Soliton formation. The observation is so stimulating that it leads to the conjecture that perhaps the spiral arm galaxies of the cosmos come in connected pairs. Could it be true that the Milky Way galaxy and its spiral arm companion, M31 are Falaco Solitons connected by some stabilizing thread? Only recently has photographic evidence appeared suggesting that galaxies may be connected by strings.
25Design Concepts Proof-of-Concept Apparatus Torsion Field GeneratorsSignal Input – CTHA & Laser CouplingShielding – Faraday CagesSignal Decoding and ModulationEncryption StrategiesBandwidth – ¼ wave Frequencies of LightTime Domain Modulation