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June 21, 2010

The Half Right Angle Rule challenges Astronomy and Astrophysics

Roger Elliott and his Half Right Angle Rule ( 1/2 right angle rule ) do indeed offer a significant challenge to modern explanation.

The first difficulty is that the figures he has used for the motions of the planetary bodies are not in dispute. These are widely accepted and relatively easily confirmed numbers.

The second difficulty is that more exact figures are extremely unlikely to upset the basic calculations.

The third difficulty is that there is no known mechanism through which the synchronization could be maintained. The fact that all measured bodies are synchronized means there must be such a mechanism, otherwise gravitational tidal forces would soon cause de-synchronization. It is difficult if not impossible to imagine such a synchronizing principle. ie, even f they were originally synchronized, or became synchronized through a known process of interaction, what for could maintain such a state over time?

The fourth difficulty is that even if a mechanism existed capable of maintaining the rotational period ( or altering it if required ) what possible communication mechanism can be imagined that would account for synchronization.

Posted by james at 10:19 AM | Comments (0)

June 16, 2010

On the Harmony of the Spheres.

This I would put under the category of 'Things Astronomers do not want Astrologers to know about.'.

Quoting from this month's Astronomy magazine ( a large distribution serious mag. ).

"all planets have a bizarre numerical connection with Earth, and with 1/8th of a circle, which is 45°, or half of a right angle. Check it out:
During precisely one Earth year, each planet performs a certain number of spins on its axis, and then rotates a further additional angle which is always very nearly a multiple of 45°."

Check out the entire excerpt from the article here,
and the site which this rule's discoverer created with all the details. He calls it 'The Half Right Angle Rule'

It's a little hard to believe that the rotation periods for all the planets are known with such exactness. But the conclusion is clear, although I admit I did not check the guy's figures. Presumably there are complete running programs to do this sort of thing.

All our celestial neighbors are synchronized in their rotations, both on their own axis and around the bodies they orbit ( within a degree or 2).

Now the interesting questions are: 'Are the small remainders or offsets from the perfect 1/4 rotation changing over time? Is there some ideal arrangement that they all tend towards or are bound by?

G. Gurdjieff wrote strong warnings about something similar in 'All and Everything' before WW2.
In chapter XLV (45) entitled '`In the opinion of Beelzebub, man's extraction of electricity from nature and it's destruction during it's use is one of the chief causes of the shortening of the life of man." he describes a link between the use of electricity (the Romans had lead acid batteries) man's inevitabley deteriorating state as a result of cosmic desynchronization.

If all these planets have to stay in sync, we may be having effects beyond or local Global Warming. What does it do to our spin when the glaciers melt?, Antarctica melts? What about the 3 rivers gorge dam that tilts the earth with the water it holds back.

Gurjieff's warning is this. The falling water that is made into electricity never returns it's gravitational potential to the earth's rotation. The energy extracted is lost from the system.
Where is that energy being made up? G.s answer is no less disquieting today than it was in 1949. By the energy human's release when they die. And the more electricity we use, the more dieing there is. And it's true, electricity is what makes real high density possible. It's really just the other view. The more sinister part of G.'s story is that we have already taken Mars with us. It's atmosphere destroyed by greedy foolishness on earth ( we have been at this planetary destruction game for a while in his view).

My guess is the 1/4 rotation rule needs to look at comets and the lengths of their years.

The absolute complete synchronization of every movement of every object is reassuring in a way. But put's one on ones toes regarding upsetting what is described as an incredible harmony of the spheres.

Posted by james at 12:15 PM | Comments (0)