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The Day the Earth Smiled
ml39612      
05-21-2014  19:07:29

I'm still interested in the possibility of a parallax image from Saturn's huge orbit. It could be of any stars that were photographed around fifteen years ago.

Of course the Pleiades images would be good. It needn't be that group, though it was recently measured from Earth's orbit and a comparison with the Saturn orbit would move astronomy to a whole new scale.
ml39612      
02-15-2014  16:21:14

Divine, and transcendent. Makes Y3K
A Splendor Seldom Seen
ml39612      
02-24-2013  12:56:19

Here's why I think the storms on Saturn and Jupiter will disappear. The orbits of the planets in the solar system are strongly connected with enumeration. Our Solar System is, relative to the Galaxy, upside down, and it appears that in the System's formation, the time duration of the orbits of Jupiter and Saturn stabilized in a 1:3 ratio. However, the relative (to our star system) upside down appearance of our Galaxy destabilized objects more distance, which meant Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

Uranus took up the difference in the total angular momentum of the Solar System by being flipped over on its side, a phenomenon familiar with gyroscope designers. Otherwise, Uranus would probably have had a 90 year orbit.

With Uranus somewhat detaching the inner solar system from Neptune,
Neptune's formation took a ragged turn. In part, it tried to take from the coalescing gas cloud part or all of what would have been the formation of Uranus, and in part, it tried to take what became Pluto.

The resulting orbit of Neptune was thus neither 90 years nor was it 270 years. Uranus had stabilized with an anemic 85 year orbit which prevented proper phasing of the 3:1 ratio throughout, and the 270 year orbit of Pluto stabilized at its anemic 256 year orbit.

I think the coalescing gas cloud and 3:1 enumeration ratio theory for the Solar System can be followed to some remarkably accurate views.

Of course it could take a very long time to prove grand theories of that kind.
ml39612      
02-24-2013  12:45:10

Carolyn,

The work of the Alliance team which you represent is always superlative. Thank you for that.

I'd bet the storms on the North Poles of both Saturn and Jupiter will disappear in the coming decades.

Michael

NASA's Cassini Watches Storm Choke On Its Own Tail
ml39612      
01-31-2013  13:21:24

Well, that's about what I'd expect when a durable cyclone migrates to the opposite hemisphere across the planet's equator. It WAS being maintained by something while it endured. Contradictions like that probably exist among the three different rotational planes- equatorial (for that planet), ecliptic (for that planet) and galactic (for the whole solar system. Two would be correct, the third is ignored or its polarity is inverted. Probably the Galactic was being ignored, or it was included but inverted.

The migration event signals that it has worked out a contradiction through some process (possibly triggered by human activity since the contradiction is probably very fragile) and the system flips into a state in which the odd rotational plane is ignored. Yet the migration caused increased stability and more consistent flow.

Now, some of Earth's birds migrate from North to South. Perhaps birds have not caught on to Galactic rotation. Some of Earth's cyclones SHOULD migrate, at least once...

Would that it would become possible to cause Earth's cyclonic storms to get their acts together that way.
Up, Up and Away!
ml39612      
11-28-2012  14:35:32

I'd bet that the hexagon on Saturn, the disappearance of the Great Red Spot, and other numerically and topologically interesting features there and elsewhere in the Solar System, are because mankind has made narrow though absolute differences in enumeration, entropy, direction, polarity, rotation and statistics.

We've measured the rotation rate of the Galaxy; this has effect on the polarity of objects within the Solar System, because until humans acted, the planets were largely insulated from unifying, within the system, extremely slow and separate rotational anomalies. Those anomalies had been separated by the somewhat dirty environment which confuses very long distance ordering.

All the tendency to reduce the entropy of enumeration works to consolidate polarities and other enumerable phenomena where possible. Ethylene may have emerged on Saturn because Earth resolved chemical elements and molecular species on other planets. Entropy and numbers seem to be connected through the radiation field which is of course related to number through wavelength, the speed of light and other of light's dimensions.
ml39612      
11-28-2012  14:34:23

I'd bet that the hexagon on Saturn, the disappearance of the Great Red Spot, and other numerically and topologically interesting features there and elsewhere in the Solar System, are because mankind has made narrow though absolute differences in enumeration, entropy, direction, polarity, rotation and statistics.

We've measured the rotation rate of the Galaxy; this has effect on the polarity of objects within the Solar System, because until humans acted, the planets were largely insulated from unifying, within the system, extremely slow and separate rotational anomalies. Those anomalies had been separated by the somewhat dirty environment which confuses very long distance ordering.

All the tendency to reduce the entropy of enumeration works to consolidate polarities and other enumerable phenomena where possible. Ethylene may have emerged on Saturn because Earth resolved chemical elements and molecular species on other planets. Entropy and numbers seem to be connected through the radiation field which is of course related to number through wavelength, the speed of light and other of light's dimensions.
ml39612      
10-25-2012  16:21:31

Jupiter can be thought of as a cool proto-star that has not yet resolved all its spin vectors. As spin on each of the planets becomes coordinated with the entire set of rotational systems -galactic, ecliptic and that planet's equatorial-its atomic activity begins to shift toward maximum. Recently a gigantic hexagon appeared in the Jovian North Pole region-indicating that element's spin has changed.

The antiquity of Jupiter's red spot is not known, though it first appeared visible to human beings after the telescope was invented and it is possible that it emerged after Earth started resolving the dynamics of the solar system. But Jupiter's red spot in in its southern hemisphere. It's radiation in the 5 micron part of the spectrum indicates that it already emits more energy than it receives from the Sun.

The white spot on Saturn emerged only within the past few days. If these are caused by that planet coming into new coordination with the rotational group, the place of that spot in the northern hemisphere indicates seriously important changes may be taking place in the solar system, possibly as a result of human activity.

Ultimately, such things could result in a realignment of the spin vector of Uranus. If that does happen, it could put the major planets into such degenerate spin states that their nuclear activity increases. A result of that would be increased radiation from the major planets, and it would not be too surprising if Jupiter or Saturn began radiating brightly.

Then we would have a double or triple star system. Depending on the
magnitudes of any new stars, that could have consequences for Earth
ranging from the aesthetic and pleasing, to terminal.
ml39612      
10-14-2012  17:55:32

Imagine sending a robot to Titan to land, collect samples of the material there, return to orbit and then back to Earth. Tough problems at those temperatures.

The Saturn Storm Chronicles
ml39612      
11-17-2011  16:51:16

Dollinks,

Might not the latitude of those storms, and perhaps those of the southern bands and the Great Red Spot as well, have something to do with the apparent latitude of the Galactic Center as viewed from Saturn?

ml39612@gmail.com

Catching Its Tail
ml39612      
07-06-2011  20:43:14

I know what that is! Saturn has caught the Galactic rotation. Only partly because of human activity, it was poised on that for probably millions of years.
Common Questions
ml39612      
03-26-2011  16:42:14

Does the team plan to photograph the Sisters again as the expected 2017 mission lifetime approaches? The purpose would be to resolve, if possible, some parallax estimates in comparison with the 2008 image of the same cluster. If by any serendipitous chance the results were successful it would add great confidence to estimators of the scale of the nearby universe.

Starry Night
ml39612      
03-26-2011  16:25:56

Thank you, Gort, for identifying 19 UMi in the field of "Starry Night". Unfortunately this Terran cannot find an 'n UMi' in any of the GCVS, GSC, HD, NSV, SAO, Struve or WDS catalogs. Bayer does not even have a nu.

Someone should invent a home or on-line star triangulator of the Clemenine class. Then one could copy and paste a screen grab of three stars, and voila! - seconds later, the star's name comes up. With a little extra data like approximate magnitude or what part of the sky it is in, it would be even faster.