Lewis Brackett (14 July 2011)
"Lagrange points and galactic rotation"

Lagrange points and galactic rotation ..... thought conceived on July 12 2011

Could the secret of how galaxies rotate be explained by the Lagrange points we see in our solar system?

Galaxies seemingly rotate as an entire unit instead of as individual planets do around the sun...

This galactic rotation could be caused by a large mass around the outside of the galaxies reacting with the huge mass of the central galactic core causing a massive Lagrange point sweeping all the galaxies' visible stars along with it the same way that anything placed in any Lagrange point would act.

This large mass could be huge numbers of dark worlds, red dwarfs, stellar core matter or today's favorite--- dark matter!! :)

Thanks, Lewis Brackett in San Diego California USA