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I was pondering on could solar cycle be dominated by the barycenters of the Solar System, and thus did a case study research on it:The UVS case study on the barycenter drivers of the solar cycleThe presentation despite is self-contained, it is quite technical and requires some background knowledge for understanding it. The foundation for this case study research is from the UVS inductive resolution on sunspot. Welcome to explore this hypothesis from an all new perspective.
The planetarium for the case study research in its frame of reference, was setup with a quasi Solar System Barycenter (SSB) placed as the center of the Solar System. The Sun as well as the four gas giants, revolve around this SSB in the reference frame.The significant barycenters of the four gas giants that aligned with the Sun and SSB on the solar maxima or solar minima for the 24 empirically observed solar cycles, were then plotted onto the snapshot planetarium charts.The outcomes from this perspective, are absolutely astounding.
Some insights that had led to this case study research on the solar cycle of the sunspots:- Paradoxically, the Sun does not rise in the east like it apparently seems to be, it is not stationary like it had been believed to be so with the putative laws of physics that postulates heliocentrism, and it is also not the center of the Solar System like it was being thought as with conventional wisdom; nothing could be further from the truth than these false facts that were conceived in all sorts of delusion about the Sun.- All physical objects are ruled by the motions of their nonmaterial vortical entities.
A Solar Cycle Lost in 1793-1800: Early Sunspot Observations Resolve the Old Mystery This suggests the putative 11-year solar cycle, is merely a statistical error. The 11-year solar cycle is merely a putative period; it was averaged from the 24 solar cycles with periods that range from 9 year to 13.6 year.
I suspect that this means that the Sun's orbit around the SSB is not an ellipse.
There might be a centrifuging of aether cause of sunspots.
Quote from: mad aetherist on 30/01/2019 10:18:04There might be a centrifuging of aether cause of sunspots.Absolutely! The centrifuging of aether that causes sunspots to spawn, is manifested by resonated vortical effects to form the voids in the photosphere as sunspots.From the UVS perspective, the actual SSB is the primary aetheric void of aether in the Solar System, the significant planetary barycenters of the gas giants, are the secondary aetheric voids of aether that are harmonically formed by the main aetheric void. The vortically condensed aetheric medium, coalesced to form as the photosphere of the Sun, and sunpots are mainly impelled to form around solar jets, which are modulated by the polar vortex of the photosphere. In this sense, a sunspot is a harmonica aetheric void, which is vortically formed.
Prof Robitaille has some youtube footage on his sky scholar site where he explains the makeup & creation of sunspots, but he doesnt mention aether or the giants. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=sky+scholar
Prof Reg Cahill has an amazing 2014 paper where he mentions solar flares & sunspots & ejections in relation to measured turbulence in the aetherwind (Cahill calls it dynamic space) blowing south to north throo the Sun at 500 kmps, the turbulence (which he likens to a kind of GW) giving a 6 day warning for flares, & he also mentions a link to global warming.http://www.ptep-online.com/2014/PP-39-10.PDF
I think that Robitaille mentions that the hex layers of the liquid metallic hydrogen (in the Sun) trap helium or something within & occasionally the equilibrium is spoiled & a boiling occurs. This might contribute to sunspots or flares or eruptions.
Quote from: mad aetherist on 31/01/2019 20:33:26I think that Robitaille mentions that the hex layers of the liquid metallic hydrogen (in the Sun) trap helium or something within & occasionally the equilibrium is spoiled & a boiling occurs. This might contribute to sunspots or flares or eruptions.Robitaille insights on the hex layers of liquid metallic hydrogen is indeed profound. And this could amount to the knowledge that contribute to the predictions for sunspots or flares or eruptions.The barycenters of the Solar System, can be conceived as the points of displacement of aether in the aetheric worldview. The actual SSB (I call this the Barycenter of the Solar System; BOTSS) is a singularity point of the Solar System where all Solar System objects, including the quasi SSB, are actually revolving around. The case study research is not into the micro mechanism of what manifests the sunspots; it illustrates the macro mechanism in the Solar System that apparently were modulating the solar cycles.This is a groundbreaking discovery, and it could significantly contribute to solar physics. And it is a significant discovery that could raise the heads of those good aether theorists, whom were so suppressed by the modern physics religion.
donít know what angle the wind blows, it blows south to north at 500 kmps at 20 deg (or even 23 deg) to Earth's spin-axis, RA 4:30.
Quote from: mad aetherist on 30/01/2019 10:18:04donít know what angle the wind blows, it blows south to north at 500 kmps at 20 deg (or even 23 deg) to Earth's spin-axis, RA 4:30."Another reference frame is provided by the Cosmic microwave background. This frame of reference indicates that The Milky Way is moving at around 552 km/s." - Excerpt from Wikipedia on motion (physics).And the plane of ecliptic, is inclined at around 60 deg in the galactic plane while Milky Way moves at around 552 km/s in the CMB reference frame. Just a suggestion on what CT could be observing.
Nonetheless there are 12 cycles in 130 years which is about 11 years average.
The only thing i can think of is Ranzan's theory re the annihilation of mass inside BH's. Ranzan says that the annihilation involves an intermittent sudden quick collapse of bits of the BH into its center, ie the BH gains mass gradually throo accretion & then loses mass via intermittent collapse.(