Solar system new interpretation





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Published on Jun 2, 2008

VIDEO 1 : Heliocentric orbits for visible planets as proposed by Copernicus ( 1514) and established through mathematical models derived by Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler and Sir Isaac Newton.

When dynamic displacement of the sun through its trajectory is considered, the incoherence of the model becomes evident.

a. Same side of the earth gets exposed to the sunlight at an interval of 24 hours throughout the year, varying the background zodiac signs.
b. The inner and outer planets, their respective orbital positions , their size, visibility, visible shape, distance from earth are factors incoherent in the heliocentric model.

VIDEO2 : The moon encircling the earth at an equatorial plane should produce atl east one total eclipse of the sun;/moon and several partial eclipses per month in the existing model. This does not happen.

VIDEO 3 : A ball rolls on all directions depending on the gradient and impulse unlike planets that exhibit rotation with reference to a permanent polar axis.

VIDEO 4 : Light illuminating surface of the earth throughout the year . 30 degree full exposure from Zenith and gradually decreasing illumination extends all around to complete 90 degrees from the Zenith.

VIDEO 5: 12 Zodiac houses where planets/sun /celestial bodies appear to move.

VIDEO 6 : Proposed helical coaxial dynamic model for the visible planets of the solar system ,with 12 zodiac houses and Polaris for reference and relative positions.

VIDEO 7 : Planet earth with gaseous atmospheric tail along its yearly helical trajectory around the solar path. The moving tail facilitates migration of animals and seasonal changes in the climate and weather conditions.

VIDEO 8 : Schematic representation showing the relation between the photosphere and the path of a planet.
The angle at the cone apex and the distance form the position of the planet to the photosphere are constants for each planet.

VIDEO 9 : Moon moving around the helical trajectory of the planet . Observe the illumination developing an eclipse very occasionally ,about 4 eclipses are possible every year.

VIDEO 10 : When sun is seen at the background of one zodiac house , the earth is at the opposite house establishing the full moon. It may be the moon or any other visible planet that seems to move in front of the zodiac background.

VIDEO 11 : Retrograde motion for planets outer planet Jupiter,, seen from an inner planet earth.

VIDEO 12 : Inner planet earth seen from an outer planet Jupiter. Observe the reverse trajectory of te inner planet.

VIDEO 13 : Venus passing in front of the photosphere ( observed in June 2004) causing an eclipse of the sun.


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