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I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12

 
Uncle Alyosha
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I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
In several threads that discuss the idea of our sun revolving around a central sun, which revolves around a greater sun, which revolves around the center of our galaxy, (this information was raised in the thread: Thread: "2012 A-Z" - A Galaxial Event of Disneyesque Proportion (Epic Video-Don't Miss) ) I raised the question:

How can our solar system, which is supposed to orbit Alcyone, then orbit Sirius, if Alcyone is much farther - 370 ly than Sirius - only 71 ly? Alcyone is also about 4x larger than Sirius. It didn't make sense.

Well, I got no answers, which is disturbing since our pending earth changes, or at least what we might expect, depends on the answer. While researching this question, it seems that in fact the order of orbits presented by Marc from Boulder was wrong -- our sun rotates around Sirius, which rotates around Alcyone, etc. How could this guy get that wrong? Oh well, perhaps he's just a human...

Yes, I have a link:

[link to www.viewzone.com]
Best Wishes,
Uncle Alyosha

And here's a GLP-appropriate Bible verse (atheists may read, too):

God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise, God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong.

- 1 Corinthians 1:27
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
In several threads that discuss the idea of our sun revolving around a central sun, which revolves around a greater sun, which revolves around the center of our galaxy, (this information was raised in the thread: Thread: "2012 A-Z" - A Galaxial Event of Disneyesque Proportion (Epic Video-Don't Miss) ) I raised the question:

How can our solar system, which is supposed to orbit Alcyone, then orbit Sirius, if Alcyone is much farther - 370 ly than Sirius - only 71 ly? Alcyone is also about 4x larger than Sirius. It didn't make sense.

Well, I got no answers, which is disturbing since our pending earth changes, or at least what we might expect, depends on the answer. While researching this question, it seems that in fact the order of orbits presented by Marc from Boulder was wrong -- our sun rotates around Sirius, which rotates around Alcyone, etc. How could this guy get that wrong? Oh well, perhaps he's just a human...

Yes, I have a link:

[link to www.viewzone.com]
 Quoting: Uncle Alyosha


Sirius is 8.6 ly. And my bad, I posted my other thread backwards.


Sun rotates around Sirius which in turn rotates around Alcyone which in turn rotates around the center of our galaxy. This rotation of Alcyone around the center of our galaxy last 1 cosmic year. Alcyone is at it's first alignment with the center of our galaxy, there are 2 through out it's cosmic year orbit.
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
In several threads that discuss the idea of our sun revolving around a central sun, which revolves around a greater sun, which revolves around the center of our galaxy, (this information was raised in the thread: Thread: "2012 A-Z" - A Galaxial Event of Disneyesque Proportion (Epic Video-Don't Miss) ) I raised the question:

How can our solar system, which is supposed to orbit Alcyone, then orbit Sirius, if Alcyone is much farther - 370 ly than Sirius - only 71 ly? Alcyone is also about 4x larger than Sirius. It didn't make sense.

Well, I got no answers, which is disturbing since our pending earth changes, or at least what we might expect, depends on the answer. While researching this question, it seems that in fact the order of orbits presented by Marc from Boulder was wrong -- our sun rotates around Sirius, which rotates around Alcyone, etc. How could this guy get that wrong? Oh well, perhaps he's just a human...

Yes, I have a link:

[link to www.viewzone.com]
 Quoting: Uncle Alyosha


Sirius is 8.6 ly. And my bad, I posted my other thread backwards.


Sun rotates around Sirius which in turn rotates around Alcyone which in turn rotates around the center of our galaxy. This rotation of Alcyone around the center of our galaxy last 1 cosmic year. Alcyone is at it's first alignment with the center of our galaxy, there are 2 through out it's cosmic year orbit.
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Now you and I are both basing our information on the Mayans, I believe, because modern scientists don't have any knowledge of this, as far as I know... If anyone knows otherwise, you've got until December 20th to share it...
Best Wishes,
Uncle Alyosha

And here's a GLP-appropriate Bible verse (atheists may read, too):

God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise, God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong.

- 1 Corinthians 1:27
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
In several threads that discuss the idea of our sun revolving around a central sun, which revolves around a greater sun, which revolves around the center of our galaxy, (this information was raised in the thread: Thread: "2012 A-Z" - A Galaxial Event of Disneyesque Proportion (Epic Video-Don't Miss) ) I raised the question:

How can our solar system, which is supposed to orbit Alcyone, then orbit Sirius, if Alcyone is much farther - 370 ly than Sirius - only 71 ly? Alcyone is also about 4x larger than Sirius. It didn't make sense.

Well, I got no answers, which is disturbing since our pending earth changes, or at least what we might expect, depends on the answer. While researching this question, it seems that in fact the order of orbits presented by Marc from Boulder was wrong -- our sun rotates around Sirius, which rotates around Alcyone, etc. How could this guy get that wrong? Oh well, perhaps he's just a human...

Yes, I have a link:

[link to www.viewzone.com]
 Quoting: Uncle Alyosha


Your headline says "I've solved the question" and then I click and your post says "Well, I got no answers."

tard tard tard tard tard tard tard tard
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
How can our solar system, which is supposed to orbit Alcyone, then orbit Sirius, if Alcyone is much farther - 370 ly than Sirius - only 71 ly? Alcyone is also about 4x larger than Sirius. It didn't make sense.

Well, I got no answers, which is disturbing since our pending earth changes, or at least what we might expect, depends on the answer. While researching this question, it seems that in fact the order of orbits presented by Marc from Boulder was wrong -- our sun rotates around Sirius, which rotates around Alcyone, etc. How could this guy get that wrong?

 Quoting: Uncle Alyosha


Perhaps the definition of "orbit" is the issue. Rather than a direct one-on-one orbit like the moon orbiting Earth, what if it simply means that since Sirius and Alcyone are inside our rotation around the Milky Way's "central sun", then we could be said to be orbiting them in a manner that modern astronomical term doesn't apply to. We're still going around them, in a manner of speaking. In this sense of the word 'orbit', the Earth could be said to be orbiting all planets between us and the Sun, because we are, in fact, revolving around everything between us and the Sun.
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
How can our solar system, which is supposed to orbit Alcyone, then orbit Sirius, if Alcyone is much farther - 370 ly than Sirius - only 71 ly? Alcyone is also about 4x larger than Sirius. It didn't make sense.

Well, I got no answers, which is disturbing since our pending earth changes, or at least what we might expect, depends on the answer. While researching this question, it seems that in fact the order of orbits presented by Marc from Boulder was wrong -- our sun rotates around Sirius, which rotates around Alcyone, etc. How could this guy get that wrong?

 Quoting: Uncle Alyosha


Perhaps the definition of "orbit" is the issue. Rather than a direct one-on-one orbit like the moon orbiting Earth, what if it simply means that since Sirius and Alcyone are inside our rotation around the Milky Way's "central sun", then we could be said to be orbiting them in a manner that modern astronomical term doesn't apply to. We're still going around them, in a manner of speaking. In this sense of the word 'orbit', the Earth could be said to be orbiting all planets between us and the Sun, because we are, in fact, revolving around everything between us and the Sun.
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I think the Mayans meant what they said - I'd just been confused due to what the Boulder dude's video kept repeating...which was impossible...
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
So does this change the outcome? What do you think is going to happen?
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
Thank you very much Uncle. I was looking for some kind of validity, since the original guy from Colorado is obviously a dork (believes in Gregg Braden - I thought he was meant to be a scientist!)
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
So does this change the outcome? What do you think is going to happen?
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No.

Having read Robert Felix's books, he talks about how we are at the end of cycles that happen every 250, 1,500 and 100,000 years.

Now we know there's a bigger cycle.

For the end, look for the end of the movies Knowing and Melancholia on youtube.
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
mods please pin
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
So does this change the outcome? What do you think is going to happen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1490846


No.

Having read Robert Felix's books, he talks about how we are at the end of cycles that happen every 250, 1,500 and 100,000 years.

Now we know there's a bigger cycle.

For the end, look for the end of the movies Knowing and Melancholia on youtube.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29310915


Each cycle ends in EXTINCTIONS

[link to www.IceAgeNow.com]
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
This isn't because Mass Effect 3 had cycles is it?
THE SIRIUS CYCLE
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Re: I've solved the question of Alcyone and Sirius and 12-21-12
I found a video with the real answers as to what will be happening in the next 10,000 or so years.
This should answer a lot of your questions.
[link to www.youtube.com]

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