Mount Palomar, California (IP) - Scientist at this astronomical campus have discovered that the giant galaxies that populate the universe have a singular purpose. The galaxies are actually a giant drainage system where matter and energy flows "down hill" in a circular motion and is drained from the known side of space through giant black holes at the center of each galaxy and flow into another unseen part of the universe known as the elsewhere and vice versa.
Scientist hope to find the tubes or drainage pipes through which the matter and energy is flowing on its way to the elsewhere. It is theorized that if any gases or loose matter surround these drainage tubes that acoustic energy or sound may possibly be detected at extremely low frequencies. This also implies that galaxies in adjacent elsewhere universe type entities may be draining matter and energy into "our" universe. Since the matter and energy were visible in the elsewhere then it is likely that they become the opposite or invisible as they pass through the "drainage tubes" and enter our universe and so their presence will have to be detected by means that do not utilize elements of the visible spectrum.
On earth there is a phenomenon known as the Coriolis effect where water going down a drain and low pressure systems rotate counter clockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere. If a set of similar phenomena can be detected in the universe where clockwise and its counterpart counter clockwise rotations of matter and energy can be detected than it may possibly be deduced that there is a "north" and a "south" region of the universe. This could then prove that the known universe is merely a cellular member of a larger entity.