While reading about von Mises distributions I wondered if the distribution of clusters such as galaxies could be related to the way they are being "mapped". Suppose we observing our universe from a particular perspective, perhaps described by something like a von Mises distribution, or other distribution model : http://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=2848649_1471-2105-11-126-3&req=4 Is there a theoretical distribution model to our universe? While the "shape" of pre-spacetime force/stuff is probably not a torus, its something, is it not? Is it possible to determine what it might be? If we could change our distribution/perspective, everything would look entirely different would it not? What might we learn if we used different distribution models for our cosmological data? Would we still observe the same general laws of nature from the perspective of different distributions? What might the stuff/force be that could have "shape"?