After checking my watch, I can only conclude that I’ve been stood up.
But, in any case, the conclusions are that: 1) spins of individual solar systems are not neccessarily aligned with the spin of the galaxy as a whole, and 2) there is little or no correlation between the spin directions of adjacent solar systems. Correct?
Which means that there is an organization of spin direction on the scale of the solar system, but no organization on the “local group” scale, but there is organization on the galactic scale. Interesting. Is the effect that causes a galactic spin different that what causes the spin in the solar system? If it’s the same effect, it seems that we wouldn’t see the isotropy on the “local group” scale.