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Are The Planets Out Of Alignment? New Theory Page 1 of 1.
Do we really believe planet Earth is the only planet in the universe with intelligent life upon it? Do we believe we just got lucky as the scientific community state, because we found ourselves in the right place at the right time? I doubt it very much.
Science suggests there are few other Planets around other stars merely because a Doppler registration would detect them if they were there. As it doesn't, we must assume other solar systems remain baren.
Yet, if we were outside our solar system, looking back at Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars - the Asteroid Belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, and made the same measurement with a radio telescope, we wouldn't see a Solar System which got lucky once, but a Solar System which got lucky nine times. And I think it inconceivable to believe, we got lucky nine times, whereas other solar systems didn't get lucky at all. Maybe there is something wrong with our interpretation of the universe.
Two other theories on this site might just show how we have things wrong. In my rewrite of Einsteinian special relativity I show how to change the point where light first breaks.
I say it first appears between two bodies of mass and moves two directions simultaneous. And this new theory is absolutely crucial in understanding what I say in a moment. Because, if light does first originate at a point of force between two bodies of mass, then naturally we wouldn't be able to measure beyond that point.
Imagine two people with a large wall between them, infinitely high, infinitely wide. One person has a tennis ball. They throw it to the other person, but all the ball can do is hit the wall. What happens? Well, the ball bounces back to them, and regardless of how often they throw the ball, the person on the other side of the wall will never receive it.
Suppose the ball contained a message inside to let the other person know you exist: whould they ever find out if they can't receive the ball? The chances are not.
Therefore, if we can't make contact with the person on the otherside of the wall, we might deduce they don't exist at all. And it's this inpenetratable wall in space created by our own body of mass which would prohibit our understanding of what is out there, thus we need to circumvent it. But how?
What I decided to do was build an anomymoly into my theory so we could see who stands on the other side of our universal wall. I constructed a measurable prediction for my theory. What I said is this: if a point between two bodies of mass stars is indeed arbitrary, then an eclipse, either lunar or solar will cause the point of light we see in the night sky as a star, to fluctuate.
It will either rise or fall depending on whether a solar or lunar eclipse takes place. The point of light will lift and then return to its original position if a solar eclipse takes place, but will fall and the rise if a lunar eclipse takes place.
A simple measurement to prove the theory accurate.
However, if this measurement is shown to be correct, then it must logically mean there are other Planets around every other star in the solar system. And that must naturally mean other intelligent life due to an evolutionary cycle.
My second theory on this subject is The Solar Vortex where I chose to convert the atomic matrix of the star and turned the conceived idea of stellar activity on its head. Rather than assume stars are a burning ball of gas, I converted stars into a more productive vorticies.
The benefits of this model become evident when we allow the vorticies of any given star to regulate its temperature at definitive points in its own history: ie, it can constantly heat-up, and cool-down, heat-up, cool-down. This provides an enbryonic Solar System with a constant variation of its gravitational field. No getting lucky.
On this assumption, any star which has exploded, showered a new Solar System with gaseous material will try to reclaim the material it first dispensed. All matter must return to its original point of source: the body of the star.
Paradoxically though, in trying to attempt this fete, the motion of the vorticies will collect material and spin it ball spade whilst cloaking itself in early gases.
Yet, as the star constantly heats and cools, the gases must refine themselves. As all particles have an atomic weight, they must purify over the ensuing, hundreds of millions of years. carbon being a heavy gas lays low to the surface and so naturally builds a carboniferous shell, while hydrogen, hellium and oxygen rise at a much quick rate.
This initial stage will create huge gas giants. A Solar System of planetary monsters.
See below in the hand drawn diagram how one planet looks at three various stages in its history. Notice how I've converted the star into a vorticies, how it now has the ability to regulate its temperature and refine the gases around the planet.
If all solar systems are constructed in this simple manner, then intelligent life would become apparent around every star in the heavens. Remember, it wasn't that long ago science believed in the geocentric model earth at the centre of our solar system: rather than the heliocentric model Sun at centre of our solar system. Maybe they're still getting it wrong! continued
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