From New World Encyclopedia
Unification Aspects: In the Solar System, the planet Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun. It has rings and satellites similar to those of Saturn, but its structure and spin axis tilt (almost 90 degrees) are very different from those of the other gas giants. This planet clearly shows a possible complex origin of a gas planet that did not form into a miniature solar system. Unification Thought teaches that the mode of existence is based on circular (or cyclical) movement between the subject partner and object partner on every level, wherein the axis of the circular movement varies among those levels, creating a three-dimensional variation in their relative positions. The Sun-Uranus system offers such an example. In addition, the long summer and winter of Uranus' northern and southern hemisphere are a good space laboratory to see how its atmosphere behaves under such conditions. Along with Neptune and Kuiper-belt objects, Uranus is one of those objects that humanity has yet to explore and understand by sending space probes.
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