hmm, very nice, thanks everyone. Some good things to think about. It's interesting how orbiting bodies on a macro scale like solar systems and galaxies conform to a system of balanced planes and directions. While orbiting bodies on a micro scale like atoms / electrons are (I believe) completely chaos.
Do we know of any solar systems that have planets which orbit in opposite directions but maintain the same plane? Any solar systems with planets orbiting in different planes? Do we know of any stars orbiting a galactic core in the opposite direction as the majority of stars? Do we know of any planets with moon systems where any of those moons orbit in opposite directions to each other, or in different planes? Thanks for any help on this.