Thanx to the confidence in my spell check program I’m making this ATS leap. My interest is from 1 day to the Milky-way cycles and their affects, if
any, on Earth. Links to widen my scope would be appreciated. Although it doesn’t matter the following should give a basic idea where I’m at in
this study and how I think. I must also mention that I’m not English speaking by nature and hope that my word sequences don’t make my sentences
to be misinterpreted.
The fact that our Solar System is affected by so many unknowns, highlight the importance of our movement in the Orion Spur. This however is an
ongoing study with either our sine wave travel around the Milky-way plane or a possible rotation around a larger star. We are not a rouge Solar
System racing uncontrollably through space, and in a Universe where everything basically rotates around something bigger, makes our bobbing up and
down through the Milky-way plane difficult to grasp. And then the chilling thread on ATS about spy agencies interest in studying the climate as a
possible weapon. Ouch! We do not even understand our normal cycles fully and the proof is overwhelming against interference with nature, without
understanding the consequences to the balance. That was my main motivation in becoming a member as I felt like giving my 2 cents worth on the
I have done some research on the Milankovitch cycle, available scientific data from multiple platforms (ice-core, lake-sediment, etc., etc) and the
hypothesis about the solar forcing being the reason skipping the triggering point that basically doubled the warm period 400 000 thousand years ago.
I also had done some research on our seasons, moon and time cycles (from 1 day up to the Meton cycle). Because the Sun is currently questioning our
knowledge with its behavior, which I do not believe is unique, we should investigate the cycles outside the 11+ and 30 years. Just the resonance
cycles alone, between planets, their alignments and affects on our Sun, ad a whole new dimension to it. For its 1500 year cycle and current wave of
3-4km comets hitting the Sun (mentioned by another member – he he). It becomes clear we should look at the Orion Spur or need to find those possible
far-off gaseous planets in our solar system. But I’m sure I would have a massif headache if I was the Sun getting bombarded like that.
It’s obvious that it’s not the cycles alone affecting our current climate, but as we do not have clear-cut answers; we just got to look at each
possible scenario on its own merit. Some members are doing excellent work on this. But the fact that we are damaging Earth and contributing needs no
statistics, trying to pinpoint and taxing a possible reason however, will be a waste of time. There are obviously more to it than me and the cows
affecting it because we are not on the other planets in our Solar System, which also seems to be affected.
I also believe the Earth will neutralize itself, through some events, due to the temperature’s influence on the crust if it gets outside its normal
scope. But again the statistics prove that the Earth was hotter, sea levels higher and lower and the atmosphere basically the same to a previous
time, which didn’t extinct uncle Orangutan, and cousin Chimpanzee, maybe just gave them a bump or two on the head.
I try to visit ATS daily although not always possible.
edit on 6-3-2015 by ICycle2 because: beginner
edit on 6-3-2015 by ICycle2 because: getting there