What causes *most* bodies in our galaxy to spin counter clockwise?
I know Venus spins slightly clockwise (which probably comes from a major impact) as well as some moons (triton and another I believe) to spin and revolve around their planets clockwise... but what is with this counter clockwise thing?
I know it deals with the conservation of angular momentum and tidal forces, but I'm sure there's more to it than that. So my questions are this.
1. Are there other galaxies that spin in other directions beside counter clockwise?
A. What causes them to spin thusly? Does it deal with the dormant super massive black holes in the middle of them?
II. If so why don't they all spin the same direction?
2. Does the big bang theory support this spinning? I really have no idea, so if someone could give me, in slight laymans terms, exactly what the big bang theory states (or any other theories really) and how it applies to this... if at all.
Sorry if I sound like a dunce.