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Quoting: Saptaparna Quoting: aether Quoting: aether
And so much more.
quite a flood or two of information you possess on this topic
21 st century information looks like this
solar system environment alteration to be noticeable altering must possess a noticeable cause of 2 origins
close enough in size to the solar system to be causing it
close enough to the galactic moving group to be causing i via fillementss through galaxies
we possess nothing of planet scale near enough but we do possess plasma outside of out solar system
the outside of our heloisphere is being physicly looked at at
"Is the Sun Embedded in a Typical Interstellar Cloud?" ends with "Are there two separate clouds adjacent to the heliosphere?" Quoting: observation
So the sun is embedded in a wispy filament of gas. That cloud should not be held together according to standard physics. There are surprising magnetic fields in the cloud. And now there is some evidence of two separate but adjacent clouds? If only there was some force that could hold a filament together, AND draw another filament towards it.
and we have the plasma cloud being ¬eaten by our galaxy core
that catches mr LaViolett attentionClose Approach to Galactic Center of Cloud G2 around July 2013
[link to starburstfound.org
There is something to this. It 'feels' like you are slightly skewed in what you just said.
Oh, I know why. It is the compression effect
that I just related to Dion. We are very close to exiting the cloud, and the 'ripple waves' are interacting with each other, plus much more. It is inclusive of LaViolette, but having much more dynamics than merely the bursts from galactic center. The bursts are possibly a large frame view, but the scalar nature of it is rampant and is furthering the complexity of interaction in the opposite way as well.
It is the convergence points that define the scalar nature.
Quoting: aether Quoting: NiNzrez
wow, not that is interestinggoing to look into this further
back in 2008 when that was announced nin, "we" looked at it and decided this:
I don't think the heliosphere is any smaller myself. I believe they "infer" the process based on a pressure model. I do not see that process that way. It is a charge model, its tension, not pressure. Its also a tensegrity model. Therefore I predict the compression elements (sun and planets) and the tension member (heliosphere) are consistent in galactic terms. Yet It does flucate all the time, it breathes so to speak. So their percentage of change, I do not agree with nor their reasons. It is not static in my mind but will not decrease by 25% due to their pressure model. Quoting: 2008
nothing has changed our thinking nor has nasa as yet publicly altered it pressure
we will go into this further because it overlays emotional communication (non material structure) that we utilize
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