It has long been known that the center of galaxies are prone to flaring, with huge outbursts of radiation. However, such flaring has not been reliably observed in our
Conventional theory on prevailing winds has terrestrial heating from solar radiation as the main driver. Secondly, we have Earth’s rotation as an additional engine.
The equator during an ice age is unlikely to be where the equator is located during mild periods, such as the one we are currently experiencing. This is especially true if
Cyclones on Earth and spiral galaxies in space have several features in common. They both have spiraling arms coming out of a center that is hotter than their surroundings.