posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 08:54 AM
Post elsewhere just reminded me of this topic.
Something I heard about Viktor Schaubergers work was that the solar system is thought to be similarly structured to the water vortexes and movements
of water - the natural paths it takes as well as the spirals, and eddies, and whirlpools, in the water itself.
The basics of that being that the coldest part of the vortexes is the centre,
if this was like the solar system, then it would make the Sun the coldest part.
Cold fusion is one way of freezing up atoms, so that the lack of any vibration releases a huge amount of energy - which is what the Sun is doing.
Outer space is said to be cold, but it is full of radiation........it is possible that what we term warmth from the Sun is only felt to be warm
because our atmosphere acts as a lens, and reduces radiation 'burn' to less 'burn'.
Just as an aside, if you have ever touched something extremely hot, or extremely cold, then you will know that they both feel the same initially.