Okay, let's try for some perspective here.
- the solar system is dynamic. Nothing spooky about it.
- everything does effect everything else proportionate to it's square inverse in distance relative to it's relations in space-time and their energy
what the hell does that mean for this thread?
look, cycles happen. when we're dealing with cycles that are solar, they are relatively short lived compared to celestial events in general.
what we're really dealing with, in consideration of an evolving universe, is what seems like cycles, but is really an unraveling, more spiral-like
black holes, galaxy this or that... yea no. possible for something bizarre to happen? sure, anything is possible. if you look at this mathematically,
you realize based on what we know of the universe, it's incredibly unlikely that an extra solar force would cause these sensational events within a
relatively tiny period of time.
what we know, based on reconstructions of the past, physics, and observations of the universe, is that celestial events happen, but in reality
variation tends to be more as if static against a wax and waning, as if the bodys seek homeostasis like the human body.
the whole heliosphere, plasma crazyness comes up periodically. there's an incredible amount of written text by people coming up with derranged
calculations and false papers being reported and such. it usually just takes a bit of research to realize they're nonsense, as in perhaps some
science, but taken far out of content, or false assumptions based on incomplete datasets from decades past that has since been refuted.
don't get caught up with posts in this thread that lose perspective. yes, everything changes, but it also seeks an equilibrium within it's relative
system state. the changes in the heliosphere are happening VERY gradually as our dwarf galaxy is engulfed by the milky way, which itself is traveling
through the expanding universe. it's very, very, very slow effects, with signs of flux back to a relative norm.
keep your chill, and get your freak on.
over and out.
edit on 16-7-2015 by pl3bscheese because: (no reason given)