British physicist Mark Hadley may be on the right track. Atomic energy in our galaxy spins the same as the galaxy. It is the galaxy. That would explain why its so hard to create antimatter, in which the spin of the energy would be in the opposite direction. Then one could wonder if there would be an antimatter Milky Way galaxy, spinning in the opposite direction of our Milky Way. Something is causing a spiral galaxy to spin. But why wouldn't energy spin in both directions? And what causes it to spin at all? I've suggested elsewhere that the aether or dark matter in space causes the turning effect as energies pass through. This is all theoretical of course, except perhaps for higher consciousness, enlightened individuals who have greater perceptive awareness.