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6/5/02 7:11:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Kent, I've been reading through this Astro-Metrics page
(http://www.yaridanjo.warmkessel.com/), and I need help understanding
this one interesting page:
ASTRO-METRIC THEORY & OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
For his modified Titus-Bode equation of 0.3*2^(10-u/12:00), it's unclear
from his diagrams and writings how to find the "u" value, or net angular
rotation, of various planets. How do I do I find "u"? I'm not an
expert in astronomy.
For our own solar system, I had to find the "u" hours manually in order
to get the proper AU distances for our planets. (Times are in
Hours:Minutes format, e.g. hh:mm)
Mercury = .3 AU, so "u" is about 120:00
Venus = .6 AU, so "u" is about 108:00
Earth = .94 AU, so "u" is about 100:10
Mars = 1.6 AU, so "u" is about 91:00
Asteroids = 2.8 AU, so "u" is about 81:15
Jupiter = 5.2 AU, so "u" is about 70:30
Saturn = 9.6 AU, so "u" is about 60:00
Uranus = 19.2 AU, so "u" is about 48:00
Neptune = 30 AU, so "u" is about 40:16
Pluto = 39.53 AU, so "u" is about 35:30
If there are any other planets past Pluto, they have to have a "u" value
less than 35:30. But because I'm still puzzled on net angular momentum
and these "u" values, I don't have a in-depth grasp on this math. If
someone could draw a better spiral and say, "draw this and that, and get
the 'u' value of Earth right here", then we'd be all set to understand
Please help, because this modified Titus-Bode equation is way more
accurate than the original equation. And also: how does Nibiru or
Planet-X fit into this equation? The "u" value for Nibiru must be 30:00
hours or less. Hopefully you're an angular momentum and primoridial
black hole expert.
Kent, this morning this next message came from that Yari Danjo from his
web site about Astro-Metrics. Hopefully when we put these 2 messages
together we'll understand better. I'll look at this later.
Its been a long time since I worked on that, but here goes.
Physically, what is happening is that a "planetary seed" is cast off
every half revolution of the Vulcan seed about the Sun seed. The Table
8-1 summary may be a better way to explain this. So first look at table
8-1. the solar planets are only considered to be those of Neptune to
Mercury. Pluto is considered to be a "planet" of Vulcan.
For example the Sun gets perturbed by Vulcan passing across its spin
plane and for example forms the 8 th cast-Uranus at 0.3 X 2exp.(6) =
Then the Vulcan seed gets perturbed by the Sun passing through its spin
plane and tries to form a planet at 9 th cast- (Detonated?) at 0.3 X
2exp.(5.1764) = 10.85 AU . But it is too small, and probably it has
already detonated leaving only fragments of the primordial universe
Then the 10 th cast-Saturn is at 0.3 X 2exp.(5) = 9.6 AU
Notice that the exponent of 2 is 6 for Uranus (the 8 th cast) and in the
term 0.3 X 2exp.(10 - u/12:00), the relative right ascension (for
Vulcan's seed) has gone around 4 times and thus is 48 hr.
Thus, 0.3 X 2exp.(10 - u/12:00) = 0.3 X 2exp.(10 - 48:00/12:00) =
0.3 X 2exp.(10 - 4) = 0.3 X 2exp.(6).
Similarly, notice that the exponent for Saturn is 5 and Vulcan's seed
has gone around another 180 degrees or 12 hr for a net of u = 60:00 hr
relative rotation .
Thus, 0.3 X 2exp.(10 - u/12:00) = 0.3 X 2exp.(10 - 60:00/12:00) =
0.3 X 2exp.(10 - 5) = 0.3 X 2exp.(5).
Beware of the Earth/Moon system and the Neptune/Triton system for they
are both double planets at 0.3 X 2exp.(1.6472) = 0.94 AU and 0.3 X 2
exp.(6.6472) = 30.0 respectively. Notice the extra 0.6427 in the
exponent of 2 for both cases.
By the way, notice that this is a modified Titus Bode law. The Earth is
kind of an "odd man out" because our system is a "double planet" system.
I apologize for not explaining this better in the web site, but I did
give Table 8-1 to help figure it out.
Barry Warmkessel (AKA Yari Danjo)
EDITOR NOTE: PLANETARY SEED Astronomers suspect that heavy elements provide a planetary "seed" dense enough to attract the gases characteristic of hot Jupiters. Jupiter itself is thought to have a heavy-element core 15 times the mass of the Earth.
Hubble picture reveals seeds of planet-making
Image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope
June 2, 1999
Web posted at: 5:26 p.m. EDT (2126 GMT)
CHICAGO (CNN) -- A new Hubble Space Telescope image shows a remarkable view of a developing star called AB Aurigae and its "protoplanetary disk" -- a swirling cloud of gas and dust that surrounds the star and that may one day cool and condense into planets.
The images show visible clumps in the clouds of the disk that astronomers think may be "seeds" of future planets.
In the Hubble picture, a "window pane"-shaped occulting bar blots out the brightest light from the star itself, in order to better image the disk.
The brightest planetary seed "clump" is at 9 o'clock on the image. The extremely bright spot at 5 o'clock is a background star.
AB Aurigae's protoplanetary disk is extremely wide -- 1,300 times Earth's distance to the sun.
The image was taken in January 1999 with an instrument aboard the Hubble called the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph.
It was released at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Chicago.
Apparently stellar bodies "reach" towards each other, perhaps in ways even more substantial than gravitational forces.
The implications are sinking deeply here.
New visions of what gravity is, what life even might be...
From the poet's vision, worlds flirting with worlds.
CLOSE TO THE SUN, A DISTANT WORLD. WHAT IS VULCAN 2 3 4 5 6 7 8