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    The Solar System.
    The Sun along with all other planets in the solar system require two active forces to maintain their
    obits in space. The current indoctrinated principles state that there is a single inward force of gravity pulling toward the sun.
    The sun does not attract planets via any force of gravity by mass/weight principles.
    In fact the Sun does the exact opposite of attraction: the strong solar light from the sun repels all planets away for the solar centre.

    If there was only a single inward force of gravity along with centripetal or centrifugal forces as the counter force,
    then all the bigger planets should be spirally into the sun. This has been proven by earth based experiments many times.
    Fill a tub full of water, while using your hand, create a whirling water vortex in the tub, place various size stones or marbles into the whirling
    vortex. The larger stones will slowly gyrate towards the centre of the whirling vortex; the lighter stones will be flung to the outside.
    The above simple method is also used by centrifugal cream separators to separate the cream from ordinary cows milk.
    The above centripetal principle is also used by Nicola Tesla's self-running 3-stage turbine to create compressed liquid air.
    The density and size of the planet along with the strength of its own magnetic poles assert where the planets arrange themselves
    in orbit around the solar systems. The bigger the size of planet the more the sun pushes on it. The more dense the planet
    the stronger the magnetic field at its poles, and the more the planets is attracted to the solar centre. The balance of magnetic attraction
    verse sunlight repulsion is the reason the bigger planets are centre most of the planetary system while the smaller planets are either side of those.


    The magnetic field at the centre of the solar system attracts all planets towards the centre of the solar system.
    All planets except Saturn have and active polarized magnetic field which causes each planet to be attracted to the
    centre magnetic field of the solar system.
    The powerful solar light coming from the Sun then pushes each planet away from the centre of the magnetic field.
    It is a precise balance of magnetic attraction verses solar light repulsion that keeps the planets travelling in orbit through space.

    The powerful pressure of solar light is the reason each planet revolves on its own axis as it travels in orbit around the solar centre.
    All planets have one side of their surface in total darkness and the other side of the planet in full solar light.
    It is the binary potential difference of sun light over darkness that causes each planet to rotate on its axis while orbiting around the centre. Solar light has physical weight and pressure. The pressure of light can be seen clearly with a photo-radionic device.
    A photo-radionic devices has three or more cup/cones fitted to a central shaft that is enclosed in side a glass vacuum sphere.
    The cones inside are painted white one side and black on the other.
    When the photo-radionic devices is placed in Sun light, the cones inside the vacuum sphere will begin to rotate freely.
    The dark side of the cones will absorb sun light and the white side of the cones will reflect light, and the cones
    will rotate on their centre shaft pivot point.
    Extreme high altitude sky divers suffer from uncontrolled high altitude spin while skydiving to earth. The thin atmosphere along with
    sun light and their dark shadow will cause them to spin violent until the skydiver comes down into the denser more stable atmosphere.
    The binary potential difference of sunlight over dark causes the skydiver to rotate and spin uncontrolled.

    Light pressure on the upper atmosphere of earth causes the greatest pressure around the equator.
    There is a high altitude upper jet stream of winds that travel around the earth at ~1200-1400 miles per hour.
    If the upper jet stream winds where to cease people would feel the full force of weight of solar light from the sun.
    The atmospheric pressure caused from solar light at sea level is 1.033 kg/cm2. To give you and example: A one meter
    round flat disc of any material has around 8000kg (8tonnes) of pressure on either side pressing inward.
    There is a huge atmospheric force of pressure that can be used for turning electrical turbines for absolutely no input of combustible fuels.

    Natural forces.
    By understanding nature and the natural processes I've describe in this forum, people may begin to comprehend their possible use
    in modern day energy systems.
    The pressure of the atmosphere is a natural free unlimited untapped energy forever.
    The principle of centripetal rotation of compressed turbine gas(telsa) is a free unlimited untapped energy forever.
    The principle of attract magnetic rotation balanced with ion repulsion(planets) is a natural free unlimited untapped energy forever.
    The principle of cold-gas conversion of sun light to electricity is a natural free unlimited untapped energy forever.

    How do you see the painted cone if light doesn't travel through a vacuum?

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    A Photo-radionic or Crookes-Radiometer device.
    See the image below.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crookes_radiometer
    Crookes radiometer - Wikipedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    A Photo-radionic or Crookes-Radiometer device.
    See the image below.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crookes_radiometer
    Crookes radiometer - Wikipedia

    Crookes_radiometer.jpg
    I know what it is, but if light doesn't travel through a vacuum, how can you see it?

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    For those (younger generation of) people who wish to delve further into the mathematics and sciences of Cosmic Radiation principles,
    the following URL is a mathematics web page primer that may assist those towards another level of comprehension.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiation_pressure

    Radiation pressure - Wikipedia
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    For those (younger generation of) people who wish to delve further into the mathematics and sciences of Cosmic Radiation principles,
    the following URL is a mathematics web page primer that may assist those towards another level of comprehension.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiation_pressure

    Radiation pressure - Wikipedia
    In a previous post you stated that light doesn't travel through a vacuum.
    In a more recent post you show a picture of what you call a radionic. You describe it as a "cone" in a vacuum that spins when the sun hits it. My question to you is, why doesn't the "cone" disappear as soon as the vacuum is drawn on the chamber? Shouldn't it turn black if light doesn't travel through a vacuum?

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    So I actually took the time to read your link..

    1. It directly states the Crookes radiometer
    , is not affected by this pressure
    2. It also states many times that this pressure mainly affects small bodies in space (and by small I mean spacecraft, comets, asteroids, grains of dust) and it does have a measurable affect on them.
    3. This pressure is equal to .001316945 PSI at 1Au.
    You seem to think this pressure is a immense force over the solar system and even throughout the galaxy. From what I read it is negligible on anything bigger than the smallest moons

    I will continue to trust the theories and science that Einstein and Hawking came up with to understand how our planets are kept in their orbits.

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    For those people who are "genuinely" interested in how Cosmic Rays interact with Earths atmosphere.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmic_ray
    Cosmic ray - Wikipedia


    Another article on Cherenkov Radiation that travels faster then the speed of light.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherenkov_radiation
    Cherenkov radiation - Wikipedia


    ---------Update -------
    Reference to Earths Van_Allen_Belt charge particle layers.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_Allen_radiation_belt
    Van Allen radiation belt - Wikipedia
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    For those people who are "genuinely" interested in how Cosmic Rays interact with Earths atmosphere.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmic_ray
    Cosmic ray - Wikipedia


    Another article on Cherenkov Radiation that travels faster then the speed of light.

    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherenkov_radiation
    Cherenkov radiation - Wikipedia
    You make wild statements as if they are facts and then when questions are asked you ignore them. If this "science" doesn't stand up to questions then I'm done reading about it. Thanks for the laugh.

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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Solar system magnetic field:
    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heliospheric_current_sheet
    Heliospheric current sheet - Wikipedia

    Kristian Birkeland million amp magnetospheric currents within the planets and solar system.
    htttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birkeland_current
    Birkeland current - Wikipedia

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    A Birkeland current is a set of currents that flow along geomagnetic field lines connecting the Earth’s magnetosphere to the Earth's high latitude ionosphere. In the Earth’s magnetosphere, the currents are driven by the solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field and by bulk motions of plasma through the magnetosphere (convection indirectly driven by the interplanetary environment).
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Quote Originally Posted by emujo2 View Post
    I will continue to trust the theories and science that Einstein and Hawking came up with to understand how our planets are kept in their orbits.
    Exactly what theories has Hawkings come up with that explain anything?

    I mean that he hasn't either redacted or have been so outrageous that they likely couldn't be proven or disproven in the next 100 years.


    BTW - you have to take Neo's posts with a grain of salt--possibly there for entertainment purposes? I've never been able to read one of his entire posts without giving up and moving on.

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