#### Native

##### Free Natural Philosopher & Comparative Mythologist

**Hello Folks,**

Abstract:

As a Natural Philosopher and a Comparative Mythologist, I also have the interest whether Ancient Mythology and it´s Stories of Creations fits with the Modern Science. In my mind there are lots of genuine similarities, but can these similarities confirm each other in order to live up to the claims of modern science?

Via my 40 years studies of Ancient Mythology, I´ve come to the conclusion that the ancient Stories of Creation deals spefically with the creation of the Milky Way (MW) and NOT the entire Universe. But what does the mathematics of the Milky Way really say?

Abstract:

As a Natural Philosopher and a Comparative Mythologist, I also have the interest whether Ancient Mythology and it´s Stories of Creations fits with the Modern Science. In my mind there are lots of genuine similarities, but can these similarities confirm each other in order to live up to the claims of modern science?

Via my 40 years studies of Ancient Mythology, I´ve come to the conclusion that the ancient Stories of Creation deals spefically with the creation of the Milky Way (MW) and NOT the entire Universe. But what does the mathematics of the Milky Way really say?

**Unfortunately (?) my right hand side of my brain does not allow my left hand side to come to order, so I now ask anybody "out there" if we can find out of working together with both sides of a brain:**

How does the mathematical calculations of the Milky Way looks like and what do they really say and predict? And how do the calculations fit with the real galactic observations?

How does the mathematical calculations of the Milky Way looks like and what do they really say and predict? And how do the calculations fit with the real galactic observations?

**With the discovery of the Galactic Rotation Curve, the assumed Newtonian laws of celestial motions was contradicted, so which of these forces most logically describes the formation and observed motion in the Milky Way?**

Thanks in advance from

"Native"

Thanks in advance from

"Native"

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