- Enabling the Inevitable
a NASA image
the Sun spit out the planets?
Or was the solar system created as a single whole?
If so, why are all the planets so radically different?
The self-evident answer is:
No Virginia there is no Santa Claus! Self-evident, fundamental impossibilities don't happen. The planets of the solar system are so radically different that it is virtually impossible to see a common thread of origin that ties them all into one single whole, much less to see them all originating in the Sun, or being condensed from a common accretion disk like the rings of Saturn. The planets in the solar system vary radically from each other, both in internal composition and density, and by the composition of their atmosphere. Even the orientation of their spin-axis orientation varies. Nor do the planet's orbital ecliptic match the inclination of the Sun's equator.
Original published by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1983) - addition in yellow by Rolf Witzsche 2011
The obvious reason for all of these paradoxes is that none of the planets were born by the Sun, or were formed from left over material in an accretion disk around the Sun, or were co-created with the Sun, but were instead acquired by the Sun from afar. Nothing else makes sense. Planets so different in almost every critical respect, as the planets in the solar system are, must each have had their own story and history which lay within the reach of the Sun with it powerful electric field that extends through a network of interstellar electric plasma currents.
It is widely acknowledged in the fields of plasma physics that 99.99% of the mass of the Universe exists in the plasma state as unbound particles that carry an electric charge, in addition to mass and gravity. Whenever the electric particles are in motion, an electric current is flowing. When an electric current flows the universal electric force creates a magnetic field perpendicular to the direction of the flow of the current. The magnetic field in turn exerts a force unto the electric current by which the current becomes magnetically confined. In its magnetic confinement the electric current they can extend in the plasma in space across vast distances without dispersal and diminishment.
Enormously large intergalactic Birkeland currents have detected that are tying the galaxies into large networks of galaxies. The same phenomenon of networks of Birkeland currents has also been observed within the galaxies on a smaller scale, creating networks of electric power streams between the star systems, which also power the stars.
rotating Birkeland currents on the galactic scale have been 'measured' to be
app. 0.3 parsecs wide (app 10 trillion kilometers or 600 times the width of the
solar heliosphere) detected near the center of
the Milky Way. Our solar system, like every star in the Universe resides within
these power streams of electric Birkeland currents by which the star systems are
The Birkeland currents forms vast networks concentrated in the arms of a galaxy as the power the stars and galaxy itself. They are also found on the smaller scale in the form of solar prominences, on in the still smaller scale in the form of lightning. The lightning streak is a magnetically confined electric plasma current. Its internal spiral like rotation is not visible in the brightness of the lightning. It is visible however on the sun at the edge of the umbra of a sunspot. The spiral action is even found in the minutest realm of life, in the structure of DNA. It is unknown whether the double helix is an electromagnetic phenomenon, but it is known that electromagnetic interaction between cells determines to some degree which aspects of the DNA are expressed.
On the galactic platform all interconnecting links are extended through the twisting filamentary lines of Birkeland currents. On the galactic scale we rarely ever see the electric Birkeland currents visually as their density is typically too low to emit light or x-rays, but we can see them by their effect. We can see them by their effect on the stars star systems that by this effect become aligned into long strings within the vast networks of filaments of Birkeland currents that are typically several hundred times wider than the star systems themselves. The same principle also applies to galaxies in intergalactic space.
see the similar alignment of galaxies in the cosmic view
When the current density becomes great enough the networks of the Bireland currents begin to glow, by which the vast tangled maze of filaments of Birkeland currents spiraling towards the star becomes visible. We call the phenomenon a nebula, which is an actively powered electric phenomenon, not a phenomenon of hot gases from a primordial star explosion. In most cases, a large star that attracts the Birkeland currents is visible at the center. A typical nebula is 1 light year is size which is the average observed width of the interstellar Birkeland filmaments.
However, the Birkeland currents do not only twist themselves into a spiral form by electromagnetic forces, but also squeeze themselves to ever-greater density by the same principle of magnetic confinement. The phenomenon is called the zeta pinch, or z-pinch for short.
The phenomenon is such that when electric currents flow in two parallel wires, flowing in the same direction, the wires attract each other. When the wires are plasma in space, they become pinched together by their own current, whereby the current density increases, which increases the pinch effect further. The stronger the current flow is, the greater becomes the z-pinch confinement. When the energy density reaches a certain threshold the plasma particles begin to fuse, together with everything else that is in the plasma streams. By this process stars are born. Stars don't condense by gravity out of dust. They are actively created by powerful electric actions. Z-pinches are the most efficient scavengers of matter in space, having an attractive force that falls only linearly with distance from the axis, while gravity falls off exponentially with the square of the distance.
What gets scavenged in the process becomes concentrated together with the plasma protons and electrons which then begin to fuse in the electrically created high-density energy environments. The immensely energetic fusion processes creates the hydrogen atoms, helium atoms, and everything down the chain to the heavy elements. When the process is sustained long enough a bright star is born that remains lit up in the electric current in which it was formed, even when the current density drops below the star-forming level.
A planet too, begins its existence like any star in the zeta-pinch region of a galactic electric plasma current. Depending on the current density and the length of the building process, some stars become giants, and some get cut off before they even become stars. And in between we have the brown dwarf stars.
It in the star forming process the resulting star becomes too large, it typically fissions under the built-up electric stress. Of the nearest 100 bright stars within a 25 parsecs radius, 40% are such fissioned binary stars - stars split into two by electric stress fracturing. Of the remaining, 15% have formed triple star systems like Alpha Centauri, and 5% have become quadruple star systems. Only 40% of the group examined have remained as single star systems, with some among them that are significantly brighter than our Sun. The fissioning appears to limit the maximum size of a star.
The 'gentle' brown dwarfs in comparison are only rarely found in binary form. Also the corresponding lower energy density in the smaller brown-star system is more conducive to the formation of water and the retention of it by a planet like the Earth. Water is essential to nearly all life. Chemically, it is the product of oxygen and hydrogen, the most abundant ignoble gases in the universe (see: Cosmic abundance table). In the 'harsh' environment of a powerful star, however, like the Sun in our solar system with solar winds blowing at speeds of a thousand kilometers per second, a light atmosphere is too easily swept away and is therefore hard to develop, but not so in the gentle environment of a brown dwarf star.
When the star forming current flow is interrupted, the star forming process stops. If the process is interrupted early, the star goes dark and cold and remains too small to maintain itself. However, remaining electrically charged the failed stars becomes acquired by a more powerful and active star where it becomes a planet. In some cases the scavengers may be small stars themselves, like a brown dwarf.
It is also known that each star, big or small, is surrounded by an electromagnetic heliosphere just as a planet is surrounded by a magnetosphere (Jupiter's spans 10.3 million kilometers). Brown dwarfs of type L can be 30-90 times larger in mass than Jupiter. Jupiter's moons all orbit within it magnetosphere, and so could a planet of a brown dwarf star.
Most likely the Earth and Mars had in their earlier history orbited within a brown-dwarf star system. With a brawn star being much less massive than the Sun, a brown dwarf's photosphere temperature is proportionately cooler, a mere 700-900 degrees Kelvin for a type L brown dwarf. Its photosphere would be producing a predominantly red and blue light that combines into purple with only a small UV and X-ray component, in comparison with the radiance of the Sun at 5,800 degrees, and with intense radiation in the UV and x-ray band. Since the photosphere of a brown dwarf is substantially far the surface and low in temperature a captured planet would likely be orbiting beneath the glow of the photosphere where life is not only possible but seems far more likely to find a cradle there than on a planet orbiting outside a star! Inside, it would be surrounded by radiant energy without dark periods and without seasons, or tropics or ice-caps. Such an environment would be extremely benign toward life, and it would be well protected from cosmic radiation. Life on earth might have begun in this type of an environment, with sunlight being everywhere and constant.
In the search for extraterrestrial life, mankind will look to the brown dwarfs some day where it is more likely to be found.
Earth as a planet of the brown star system
The Earth was probably acquired from a brown dwarf star of type L, together with Mars, and possibly Saturn, which have all nearly the same spin-axis inclination (23, 24, and 29 degrees) and have a relatively similar composition, especially water. The three planets are the most water-rich in the solar system, suggesting that they might have come from the same family. The rings of Saturn are 20 meters thick and more than 110,000 Km wide, made up mostly water ice. Saturn's moon Titan, which is 50% larger than the moon of the Earth and 80% more massive, is composed primarily of water ice. Some NASA conducted radar studies suggest that Mars also has stores of water underground. In a small but gentle star system that tends to be much more conducive to life than the intense radiation of a high-powered star, the formation of water would also have been more readily possible. And to increase the probability that the Earth had once been a apart of a brown star system, there appear to be far more brown dwarf stars in the galaxy than the brightly luminous ones. When searching for life in the galaxy we may find it, perhaps in abundance, in the brown dwarfs.
It might be that life of Earth began in the cocoon of a brown dwarf star system, and that the acquisition of the Earth by the Sun began more than 750 million years ago during the time when the Earth was in a deep freeze snowball state, which appears to have occurred around this time with the entire planet being frozen over. A small star system tends to be far more vulnerable to power-density fluctuations than the big star systems are. It is widely believed that the Earth remained frozen in its snowball state for up to 30 million years until enough CO2 was emitted by volcanoes to break the Earth out of its deep freeze under a thick mantle of greenhouse gases emitted by volcanoes. It is more likely however that the breakout began when an electric link between the brown dwarf star system and the Sun began to develop that would have altered the interstellar current flow pattern with the effect of attracting increased electric density to the joined fields. This 'joining hands' would have had large effects for the brown-dwarf star and the Earth within it. That such an event might have happened is supported by terrestrial evidence of several major electric discharge events accurring during the next 100 million years with an amazing explosion of life on the planet.
The first major electric discharge event in this timeframe might have caused the Acraman crater in South Australia, which is determined to be about 590-580 million years old. The crater is believed to have been caused by an asteroid impact, which in a gravity-only universe, a universe without electric forces, is the only explanation possible. However, such an impact event that carved a 90 km wide crater with the explosive force of five million megatons of TNT (the equivalent of 500 million Hiroshima type atom bombs) would have likely destroyed our young fragile earth. But this is not what appears to have happened. In the electric universe, such craters, carved by electric forces, are nothing special. There are hundreds of thousands of craters on Mars, some 400 km wide, while the even more fragile Mars remains nicely intact. Nor would a major asteroid ever have reached the Earth inside a brown dwarf, behind the photosphere. An asteroid would have explosively disintegrated in the electric double-layer and in the photosphere of the brown-star system. The most that such an event would have caused is an enormous electric discharge wave reaching the Earth, leaving a shallow but wide crater in its wake. This matches the nature of the Acraman crater.
Evidence suggests that a similar discharge event occurred 40 million years later, and again in Central Australia, creating a 2000 Km wide flat-bottom crater with a central ring inside (550 Km across). Double-ring flat-bottom craters are typical for electric discharge events. Examples for this type are widely found on Mars, the Moon, and other planets.
The gigantic 2000 km wide crater has been dubbed by its discoverer the "Massive Australian Precambrian-Cambrian Impact Structure (MAPCIS)" The dating of the event, based on a large arcing deposits - up to 100 miles long, of a rare rock known as "pseudotachylite" found only at such 'impact' sites - has yielded an event date of app 545 MA.
Ayers Rock, together with three similar structures within the 2000 mile wide 'crater,' was evidently formed by the electric forces during the discharge event. It is believed that the material removed by the gigantic event, and also by the earlier Acraman event, was spread across the world, possibly as fine dust, and may have provided the rich mineral nutrient to spark the immense explosion of marine life during the Cambrian period, for which the Cambrian period is named. The time prior to 590 MA (prior to the Acraman event) is known as the Precambrian Era.
Another large electric event occurred near the end of the Cambrian timeframe. This event created the Kalkarindji continental flood basalt province (again in Australia). An electric discharge, cutting deep into the crust, might have been the cause for the enormous 'volcanic' basalt flooding that covered more than a million square kilometers of northern and western Central Australia with basalt. This occurred in the late Cambrian time of about 508 ± 2 Ma and 505 ± 2 Ma.
It interesting to note that all three of these events, though spaced 100 million years apart, occurred in Australia. The coincidence seems to suggest that one of the magnetic poles of the Earth was centered on Australia at the time.
It is known that in the wake of these events, during that Cambrian and Ordovician periods, life became explosively rich on the planet until the next ice age caused the first major extinction, the Ordovician–Silurian extinction event (440–450 Ma) in which 27% of all families and 57% of all genera were lost. The big ice age occurred at the Ordovician-Silurian boundary. Many scientists regard this extinction as the second largest of the five major extinctions in Earth's history, in terms of percentage of genera that went out of existence. Deep ice ages appear to be not unusual in the weak electric environment of a brown-star system that is also operating in the shadow of the large natural galactic and intergalactic electric density resonance cycles (the 62 Ma cycles and the 144 Ma cycles).xxx
The acquisition of the brown-star system by the Sun
The acquisition of Earth, Mars, and Saturn and their merger with the solar system would likely have begun in the above outlined distant times when their respective electric environments 'saw' each other and began a process of connection, which includes also a process of attraction. Their respective electric differential would have caused the attraction of the entire brown-star system towards the Sun. The final outcome, once the process started, is then just a matter of time.
The acquisition theory of the Earth, Mars, and Saturn was first developed by Wallace Thornhill (b. May 2, 1942, with a degree in physics and electronics at the University of Melbourne, Australia). The theory is controversial, as is everything outside the mainstream of peer-approved science for the lack of curiosity. Frequent hostility toward this challenges to science in respect to discovered and verified principles that challenge the status qwo, convinced Thornhill to pursue an independent path outside of mainstream academia. His acquisition theory is described in detail (23 October 2008) under the heading: Assembling the Solar System
Great celestial mergers by acquisition, small or large, are not unusual. Entire galaxies are being drawn towards each other. The Sagittarius Dwarf Elliptical Galaxy (SagDEG) for example - an elliptical loop-shaped satellite galaxy of our Milky Way Galaxy, roughly 10,000 light-years in diameter, which is currently about 70,000 light-years from Earth and traveling in a polar orbit at a distance of about 50,000 light-years from the core of the Milky Way (about 1/3 the distance of the Large Magellanic Cloud) - is being acquired by the Milky Way Galaxy and will merge with it in roughly 100 million years. Even between the Andromeda galaxy and the Milky Way galaxy an acquisition is in progress, with a closing speed of 120 Km/sec, with the merger expected to take place in approximately 3 to 5 billion years. In comparison with this, the acquisition of a small star system by a larger sun is a non-event.
For the Earth, of course, the acquisition of it by the Sun, and its integration into the solar system, was evidently not a none event. This appears to have taken place in the 65 Ma timeframe at the Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary that is known today as the Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction event. The event marks the timeframe when the world experienced a deep substantial change. Leading into this period the giant dinosaurs became extinct in the shadow of the apparent rapid increase of the force of gravity on earth. With gravity increasing the large dinosaurs where no longer able to support the increase of their effective weight.
Can you imagine those giant creatures with a weight and size close to a 747 jumbo jet standing on two legs while walking? They couldn't have, unless their bones were made of solid high-strength steel. The fact that they did exist and have walked in great herds, indicates that the gravity on Earth as a planet of the brown-dwarf star system was far weaker than it is today. The change in gravity appears to have occurred during the merger of the two solar systems. Enormous other changes also occurred. Great ash deposits have been found around the world coincident with disappearing of the dinosaurs. It is hard to imagine the catastrophic effects on Earth that its integration into a new star system would have caused, including gigantic electric events of the kind that have occurred at this time frame, that caused the flood basalt event that created the North Atlantic Igneous Province, and the Deccan Traps in India, and have also carved major craters on earth, one of them several hundred kilometers wide. (see: The Mystery of Chicxulub Crater ) Life on Earth was never the same after that.
The evidence of gigantic upsets in the solar system is enormous with some of it occurring in fairly recent times, recorded by human beings in what is called ancient times, events that have been witnessed and recorded around the world, which have deeply shaped human culture.
The sky was different in ancient times. Archetypes and legends speak of enormous events witnessed in the skies that were interpreted as signs of gods and goddesses ruling in the heavens accompanied by catastrophic events occurring on Earth. Some archetypes depict images that are recognized today as large-scale electric discharge events dominating the sky or planetary appearances that shouldn't happen but do and are accompanied with floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and so forth for which the gods were feared, even while mankind stood in awe before them for their immensity in the sky. The fear and reverence of the gods that these events inspired may have laid root for the dawn of the great religions and their impact on the cultures.
We no longer see what the ancient's saw. Only the telltale religions remain. The sky has become so ordered and predictable in our time that one would think that nothing has changed there throughout all times, never never will. But what the ancients saw tells us that this perception is far from the mark. Whenever a new planet is acquired and becomes a part of the solar system huge events happen. Orbits are changed. Gravity waves cause a 'rage' on the seas, and so forth. Some of these types of upsets appear to have been witnessed during historic times of the current interglacial period in which most of the cultures on our planet have developed, spanning the last 10,000 years. The archetypes and legends of the ancients tell us that some of the planetary events have occurred in recent times. The events that the ancient's had witnessed might have been linked to the addition of anyone of the planets, such as Ceres that may have resulted from whatever event caused the asteroid belt, or the capture of one of the new planets that follow orbits that are still being aligned to the ecliptic, such as Pluto, Eris, Makemake, and Haumea.
Editions to the solar system will likely continue for an indefinite time. But one thing is certain, of the great upsetting events in Earth's history of the last 700 million years, only one coincides with the 62 million year cycle that in modern time been blamed for all the repeated mass extinctions of life on our planet. All the rest of the extinction events appear to be related of the acquisition of the Earth by the Sun and it merger into the solar system. The acquisition and merger process that spanned a long period of time was of course affected by the long cycles of the 62 million year galactic plasma resonance, and the 145 million year cycle of intergalactic resonance that are expressed in electric density variations. The only time, so it appears, that the addition of these two cycles has caused an extinction occurred during Ordovician-Silurian boundary 450 Ma. And this about to repeat itself again.
We are facing the second occurrence in 450 million years of the earth being subjected to the combined low points of the 145 million year cycle and the 62 million year cycle, and we are facing the ice age epoch for the first time with the Earth being in solar system. Also, we are still in the beginning phase of the 62 million year low. The current ice age epoch, the Pleistocene Epoch, began 2 million years ago. The negative half of the 62 million years cycle is 31 million years long. If the Pleistocene Epoch began in the lower half of it, we may have 13.5 million years of the ice age epoch still before us. This means that the coming ice ages will get colder during the next 4.7 million years till the next upswing begins.
If nothing is done by mankind to respond to this still ongoing down-trend, the modern glaciation epoch will mark the first mass extinction of mankind. In the cold, agriculture becomes disabled. Without agriculture mankind has no food. In the mass extinction of mankind happens, it will be the first mass extinction in the history of our planet that has been incurred voluntarily. The probability for this to happen is extremely high, because no preparation are currently be made, or even planned, to provide for the survival of the species.
All indicators that science has provided tell us that the current interglacial period has run its course and the transition to the next glaciation cycle lies before us or has already begun.
The ice core samples tell us the current interglacial has reached has reached the historic limit. The solar forcing computations (the Milankovitch Cycles) tell us that we should be already in glaciation conditions. NASA is telling us the same story in the astrophysical context. It is telling us that the solar heliosphere has collapsed by 20% over the last 50 years, with a corresponding increase in cosmic-ray density that increases cloud formation on earth, leading to colder climates. A sharp decline in yearly-averaged temperature has been measured on the ground at the Solar Terrestrial Institute in Irkutsk in Siberia staring in 1998. All of these are warning bells being sounded by different people in different fields, but the warning falls on deaf ears since it doesn't match the political agenda.
Politicians insist that mankind has got another thousand years left of the current interglacial, or ten thousand according to some. Consequently the status quo continues and the mass extinction gets nearer. With the weather already in turmoil the global harvest are in decline and a billion people are already starving, even while the real transition may not even have begun.
The time has come for a transition in human thinking to occur to save the future of mankind. The question is whether will rouse ourselves to the task at hand and let go of the death cycles of empire, cycles of looting, economic collapse, cultural destruction, academic mysticism, war, terror, starvation, homelessness, and deprivation that have become the cycles of our time.
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The point is, that the immense electric effects that we observe throughout the solar system, that order its functioning, point to an amazingly powerful electric energy environment surrounding our planet. While we don't know yet how to tap into the galactic electric energy, our growing knowledge seems to have brought us to a breakout in scientific achievement that will invariably enable us to get the needed technological development started. The iron-clad hold on science that the masters of empire presently exercise, who will likely evaporate in the near future whereby real scientific development begins to happen.
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