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My Simple Thoughts On Binary Star Solar System Formation and Tyche/Nemesis
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[quote:Least Servant:MV8xNjMyNTIzXzI2OTU2MDAwX0VBN0UyRjlF] [quote:Daniel's Seventieth Seven 1071051:MV8xNjMyNTIzXzI2OTU1OTQyXzdENzgxRkQ3] [quote:Least Servant:MV8xNjMyNTIzXzQzRDE4QjYz] I believe that this mass probably will get at some point close enough to the inner solar system to be clearly visible, but not close enough to exert a gravitational impact on the planets. However, the body might be interactive with the heliosphere, perhaps putting pressure which explains the predicted contraction. [/quote] Well done. But the Pioneer Anomaly shows that something else with a 'gravitational effect' [i]may[/i] be causing them to slow... http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap990503.html .) [/quote] I looked into that thoroughly. There is going to be a paper published which will demonstrate that it is due to extremely minute differences in the energy being emitted from some surfaces of the space craft as opposed to another in the vacuum. The fact that the exact same phenomenon has occurred to both space crafted vectored in opposite directions from the sun strongly suggests the cause is due to the interaction of the energy from the sun and some design feature of the spacecraft or some feature of the spacecraft alone. [/quote]
The orbit of the planets in the solar system is caused initially by dynamic magnetic forces within the matter in the initiatory plasma state. As the matter at the center begins to condense into a star, due to the combination of increasing gravitational and magnetic forces at extreme energies, there is a strong likelihood that a minority of the mass of the would be star will be ejected from the center at high velocity; this accounts for the high percentage of binary systems discovered thus far.
In the case of our solar system, the mass ejected formed a brown dwarf star with an extreme elliptical orbit. I believe that this mass probably will get at some point close enough to the inner solar system to be clearly visible, but not close enough to exert a gravitational impact on the planets. However, the body might be interactive with the heliosphere, perhaps putting pressure which explains the predicted contraction. So, it's plausible this would be linked to solar and earth cycles as well.
Who knows? That's the fun.
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