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Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?

 
Dream Killer

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Looks like there is another link showing potential video of "SOMETHING" out there within our local system...

I have telescopes but have not been able to resolve the image shown. Likely my 6" isn't strong enough to resolve the anomaly...

[link to gazbom.blogspot.com]

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Here is a picture of our DISTORTED magnetosphere, which would certainly take place in the presence of an approaching object such as a BROWN DWARF!

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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Looks like there is another link showing potential video of "SOMETHING" out there within our local system...

I have telescopes but have not been able to resolve the image shown. Likely my 6" isn't strong enough to resolve the anomaly...

[link to gazbom.blogspot.com]
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I'd like to open a venue for the placement of information regarding our solar system actually being a BINARY system, with a Brown Dwarf as the companion star...

I have a good amount of information and links I'll be posting to this thread, and am interested in hearing from anyone with information, opinion, or curiosity regarding this possibility.

YES, it IS a "shooting gallery" out there....

And we are in it! stars
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What do you mean, shooting gallery?
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I'd like to open a venue for the placement of information regarding our solar system actually being a BINARY system, with a Brown Dwarf as the companion star...

I have a good amount of information and links I'll be posting to this thread, and am interested in hearing from anyone with information, opinion, or curiosity regarding this possibility.

YES, it IS a "shooting gallery" out there....

And we are in it! stars

What do you mean, shooting gallery?
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There are literally THOUSANDS of objects out there... From the looks of the moon, asteroids, and our OWN planet, it's a "shooting gallery" wouldn't you agree?
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Here is yet ANOTHER well researched document discussing the possibility of a "brown dwarf" orbiting in our solar system.

[link to www.bibliotecapleyades.net]
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This is a VERY technical video documenting an "unknown" object in our solar system, complete with color analysis and perturbations in the sun that this object is causing!

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Yet ANOTHER highly technical essay on the presence of a Brown Dwarf traversing our solar system...

This is written by a highly qualified PhD

[link to www.bookmasters.com]

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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]
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Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.
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Here is a picture of our DISTORTED magnetosphere, which would certainly take place in the presence of an approaching object such as a BROWN DWARF!

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
 Quoting: Dream Killer


Good point, and there's the fact that the north magnetic pole's been shifting towards russia for the last hundred years at an steadily increasing speed for no apparent reason (that i know of)

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[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]

Now, newly analyzed data suggest that there's a region of rapidly changing magnetism on the core's surface, possibly being created by a mysterious "plume" of magnetism arising from deeper in the core.

And it's this region that could be pulling the magnetic pole away from its long-time location in northern Canada, said Arnaud Chulliat, a geophysicist at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris in France.

...

The magnetic north pole had moved little from the time scientists first located it in 1831. Then in 1904, the pole began shifting northeastward at a steady pace of about 9 miles (15 kilometers) a year.

In 1989 it sped up again, and in 2007 scientists confirmed that the pole is now galloping toward Siberia at 34 to 37 miles (55 to 60 kilometers) a year.

(if this sounds familiar I posted this article here very recently heh)

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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.
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Thanks for the "heads-up" on that thread! I looked it over and the information there IS amazing! I cross posted THIS thread on that site as well.

Kudos!
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Here is a picture of our DISTORTED magnetosphere, which would certainly take place in the presence of an approaching object such as a BROWN DWARF!

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


Good point, and there's the fact that the north magnetic pole's been shifting towards russia for the last hundred years at an steadily increasing speed for no apparent reason (that i know of)

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[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]

Now, newly analyzed data suggest that there's a region of rapidly changing magnetism on the core's surface, possibly being created by a mysterious "plume" of magnetism arising from deeper in the core.

And it's this region that could be pulling the magnetic pole away from its long-time location in northern Canada, said Arnaud Chulliat, a geophysicist at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris in France.

...

The magnetic north pole had moved little from the time scientists first located it in 1831. Then in 1904, the pole began shifting northeastward at a steady pace of about 9 miles (15 kilometers) a year.

In 1989 it sped up again, and in 2007 scientists confirmed that the pole is now galloping toward Siberia at 34 to 37 miles (55 to 60 kilometers) a year.

(if this sounds familiar I posted this article here very recently heh)
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You are so right... I'm glad that link is duplicated here, so many people just "skim" this stuff...

That's why commercials REPEAT themselves because so few people GET IT THE FIRST TIME!

lflash
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Re: Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?
my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 842716



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.
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Re: Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?
my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.
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What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!
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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.


What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!
 Quoting: Dream Killer



So, just imagine how an elliptical orbit could make an object temoroaraly invisible, as well as allowing it to skip thru time, from the perspective of a circular orbit "constant time" setting. Elliptical orbits allow one to skip across time like a stone skipping across the surface of water.

Think about it.

It is the perfect cover for growing a species on a planet.

The only trick is, dont let your subjects find out that time is plyable by gravity.

They have succeeded.
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Re: Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?
my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.


What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!



So, just imagine how an elliptical orbit could make an object temoroaraly invisible, as well as allowing it to skip thru time, from the perspective of a circular orbit "constant time" setting. Elliptical orbits allow one to skip across time like a stone skipping across the surface of water.

Think about it.

It is the perfect cover for growing a species on a planet.

The only trick is, dont let your subjects find out that time is plyable by gravity.

They have succeeded.
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Yeah'at the perogee/apogee of a planets orbit,there is an acceleration of speed ,relative to the sun.In the solar year frame of reference,two TIME warps occur yearly.I think.
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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.


What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!



So, just imagine how an elliptical orbit could make an object temoroaraly invisible, as well as allowing it to skip thru time, from the perspective of a circular orbit "constant time" setting. Elliptical orbits allow one to skip across time like a stone skipping across the surface of water.

Think about it.

It is the perfect cover for growing a species on a planet.

The only trick is, dont let your subjects find out that time is plyable by gravity.

They have succeeded.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 842716


I admit I have never looked at it from that venue, but it makes perfect sense! It does, however, beg the question... by what means did they develop the technology? I believe Einstein failed in his search for a Unified Field Theory because he did not consider the influence (EM fields) surrounding thought patterns and consciousness and how they would DEFINITELY have a cause and effect ratio to the equation... What do you think?

Great dialogue! Much appreciated!
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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.


What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!



So, just imagine how an elliptical orbit could make an object temoroaraly invisible, as well as allowing it to skip thru time, from the perspective of a circular orbit "constant time" setting. Elliptical orbits allow one to skip across time like a stone skipping across the surface of water.

Think about it.

It is the perfect cover for growing a species on a planet.

The only trick is, dont let your subjects find out that time is plyable by gravity.

They have succeeded.

Yeah'at the perogee/apogee of a planets orbit,there is an acceleration of speed ,relative to the sun.In the solar year frame of reference,two TIME warps occur yearly.I think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 650741



I agree, time compresses as objects increase in velocity. That's been proven by high altitude jets flying at tremendous velocity and then coming back to earth and the clocks on the planes were off!
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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.


What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!



So, just imagine how an elliptical orbit could make an object temoroaraly invisible, as well as allowing it to skip thru time, from the perspective of a circular orbit "constant time" setting. Elliptical orbits allow one to skip across time like a stone skipping across the surface of water.

Think about it.

It is the perfect cover for growing a species on a planet.

The only trick is, dont let your subjects find out that time is plyable by gravity.

They have succeeded.

Yeah'at the perogee/apogee of a planets orbit,there is an acceleration of speed ,relative to the sun.In the solar year frame of reference,two TIME warps occur yearly.I think.



I agree, time compresses as objects increase in velocity. That's been proven by high altitude jets flying at tremendous velocity and then coming back to earth and the clocks on the planes were off!
 Quoting: Dream Killer


Actually, velocity has little to do with these concepts. It is proximity to a force of gravity that is the major determining factor when it comes to the preception of the speed of time.

The suns gravity is the determining force of gravity as far as our solar system is concerned. The earth has a circular orbit around this force of gravity, and that is why time seems constant on earth.
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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.


What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!



So, just imagine how an elliptical orbit could make an object temoroaraly invisible, as well as allowing it to skip thru time, from the perspective of a circular orbit "constant time" setting. Elliptical orbits allow one to skip across time like a stone skipping across the surface of water.

Think about it.

It is the perfect cover for growing a species on a planet.

The only trick is, dont let your subjects find out that time is plyable by gravity.

They have succeeded.

Yeah'at the perogee/apogee of a planets orbit,there is an acceleration of speed ,relative to the sun.In the solar year frame of reference,two TIME warps occur yearly.I think.



I agree, time compresses as objects increase in velocity. That's been proven by high altitude jets flying at tremendous velocity and then coming back to earth and the clocks on the planes were off!


Actually, velocity has little to do with these concepts. It is proximity to a force of gravity that is the major determining factor when it comes to the preception of the speed of time.

The suns gravity is the determining force of gravity as far as our solar system is concerned. The earth has a circular orbit around this force of gravity, and that is why time seems constant on earth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 438726



BTW, the suns gravity field is IMMENCE, holding pluto in orbit at 3.5 Billion miles, the Keiper Belt at 4.5 billion and the Oort Cloud at 15 billion. (Mind you, this concept of "Visivle Light Phasing via Gravitational Time Dilation" would explain why the Oort Cloud seems to be invisible as well.)
That is a huge gravity field, and it generates something called a 'Fluent Gradient Gravitational Time Dilation Field' with time passing at a relatively accelerated rate the closer you get to the sun.
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BTW, the suns gravity field is IMMENCE, holding pluto in orbit at 3.5 Billion miles, the Keiper Belt at 4.5 billion and the Oort Cloud at 15 billion. (Mind you, this concept of "Visivle Light Phasing via Gravitational Time Dilation" would explain why the Oort Cloud seems to be invisible as well.)
That is a huge gravity field, and it generates something called a 'Fluent Gradient Gravitational Time Dilation Field' with time passing at a relatively accelerated rate the closer you get to the sun.



Visable, not Visivle. Sorry
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my hypothesis is that all solar systems are binary. the second star lies in a higher dimension, which also means a looong physical distance. <- reason why we cannot detect it.

[link to docvphysics.blogspot.com]



Actually, here is an explination explaining what you call a "higher dimention" but is actually the same physical dimention we know, only at a different speed of time from what we know.

Thread: Fractal Geometry, Nibiru, the Anunnaki, Humans, Gravity and Time

Please read carefully, this person may be on to something big.

Gravity relatively changes all of the other relative laws of physics. Gravity is the slider scale.



Also concider, if an object is emmiting light at, lets say for argument purpose only, 1 wavelength per 1 nanosecond, and that object is at a slower speed of time. Now me, at a faster speed of time, i observe that object, but it now takes my eye 3 nanoseconds to the the wavelength that was emmited at 1 nanosecond, that light has successfully "phased" out of my visible light spectrum. This is what happens when objects get far from sources of gravity, like our sun, they phase out of visible light. This is the realm of dark matter, and all of empty space between solar systems and galaxys. It is not another dimention, we just dont fully understand the ones we exist within.


What you're describing in layman's terms is Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity...

Nice job!



So, just imagine how an elliptical orbit could make an object temoroaraly invisible, as well as allowing it to skip thru time, from the perspective of a circular orbit "constant time" setting. Elliptical orbits allow one to skip across time like a stone skipping across the surface of water.

Think about it.

It is the perfect cover for growing a species on a planet.

The only trick is, dont let your subjects find out that time is plyable by gravity.

They have succeeded.

Yeah'at the perogee/apogee of a planets orbit,there is an acceleration of speed ,relative to the sun.In the solar year frame of reference,two TIME warps occur yearly.I think.



I agree, time compresses as objects increase in velocity. That's been proven by high altitude jets flying at tremendous velocity and then coming back to earth and the clocks on the planes were off!


Actually, velocity has little to do with these concepts. It is proximity to a force of gravity that is the major determining factor when it comes to the preception of the speed of time.

The suns gravity is the determining force of gravity as far as our solar system is concerned. The earth has a circular orbit around this force of gravity, and that is why time seems constant on earth.
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Agreed, got me on a technicality, which I appreciate. The jet I mentioned WAS in the gravity field of both the earth and the sun.. Thanks for the clarification!
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Re: Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?
BTW, the suns gravity field is IMMENCE, holding pluto in orbit at 3.5 Billion miles, the Keiper Belt at 4.5 billion and the Oort Cloud at 15 billion. (Mind you, this concept of "Visivle Light Phasing via Gravitational Time Dilation" would explain why the Oort Cloud seems to be invisible as well.)
That is a huge gravity field, and it generates something called a 'Fluent Gradient Gravitational Time Dilation Field' with time passing at a relatively accelerated rate the closer you get to the sun.



Visable, not Visivle. Sorry
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Thanks for the correction. I am NOT a physicist, only study it as a hobby.. I guess I know just enough to get into trouble...
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Re: Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?
Well if you haven't seen "The Great Year" it's a great documentary bridging ancient belief and myth with current science, especially the binary star system.

One of the best vids on the subject. Worth the 45 min investment and pay attention!

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Agreed, got me on a technicality, which I appreciate. The jet I mentioned WAS in the gravity field of both the earth and the sun.. Thanks for the clarification!
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The Earths Gravity is to the Suns Gravity
what
A Whisper is to a Metallica Concert
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Re: Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?
The Earths Gravity is to the Suns Gravity
what
A Whisper is to a Metallica Concert
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Meaning, the earths gravity itself has little effect on the speed of time.
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Re: Is our Solar System a Binary Star System?
No. Our sun distorts the EM field (to create its own transformed and reductive EM field) of a regional star that holds 14 solar systems in its field.

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