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My contention is that a verifiable electromagnetic signature of this relationship exist sans gravity.
A variance in the rate at which the Moon orbits the Earth is most likely due to the Earths own procession which has varied throughout it's existence.
It like saying the electron's plasmic cloud is fixed and there is no evidence for that, ss we know with the discharge of photons from energy levels nothing is fixed at a preferred rate.
Please make up your own minds as far as equivalencies regarding spectral lines of hydrogen and Earth bearing similarities. The Earth's spectroscopy provided doesn't include the Moon. The spectral line of hydrogen bears a similar construction to Earth's spectroscopy in placement and degrees. external links are not allowed search webbtelescope spectroscopic analysis of three planets articles 24 What-is-the-line-spectrum-of-hydrogen
a review of the spectroscopy at the james webb telescope page shows that the spectral analysis between all three planets are not identical. mars and venus are missing major portions of spectral activity that are evident on the earth's spectral analysis. spectral line analysis are suppose to be a unique electromagnetic image of energy levels in atoms and molecules. the difference between mars and venus as compared to earth, is that like the hydrogen atom with it's electron negative charge,
earth has an orbiting satellite that exhibits an electromagnetic connection.
the strong correlation between hydrogen spectral line and the earth's spectral lines demonstrates a very highly similar electromagnetic property that dispels a uniqueness. earth's spectral line reflects the "same" proportions and degrees of the electromagnetic levels as a hydrogen atom.
is it the atmosphere that is responsible for the electromagnetic spectral line? Probably not, considering the disparity of atmospheres between venus, earth and mars.
for although there are similarities between the three's spectral lines, the obvious difference is that mars and venus lack a satellite and their spectral lines are more similar to each other than earth's.
In conclusion, perhaps I should have said satellites of significance, that could effect a electromagnetic planet's core field.
What is of significance is that science when looking for carbon based extraterrestrial life, the search should focus on planets with a electromagnetic spectroscopy signatures that closely resembles hydrogen and the planet Earth.
I appreciate the minor corrections to facts but it is not my intentions to introduce variables that do not effect the overall practical conditions.
For science to progress outside it's own dogma, critical intelligence requires out of the box pattern associations.
Certain that the math bears me out.
....science when looking for carbon based extraterrestrial life, the search should focus on planets with a electromagnetic spectroscopy signatures that closely resembles hydrogen and the planet Earth.
critical intelligence requires out of the box pattern associations.
Those associations have to be correct otherwise it is not intellegence.