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Originally posted by DragonsDemesne
My first thought on this was that it had something to do with the Sun, as well. One of the articles already linked mentions that all known phenomena regarding the Sun have been ruled out, though.
Originally posted by Direwolf
One of the things was a theory of gravitational force where a gravity wave or graviton is expelled from the sun in a manner like photons. The wave runs out until it hits the gravity wave from another celestial body. Then it starts to behave not unlike a ripple in a pool, rebounding back onto itself and forming resonance zones as the frequencies mesh. These zones are where the planets orbit.
Originally posted by DaRAGE
WEll i believe i have a simple solution. The spacecraft is hitting more dust/water vapour particles and are getting slowed down...
Originally posted by squiz
reply to post by Hal9000
Gravity alone cannot account for the spiral structures or the filamentary structures, in fact gravity can explain very little of what's observed. The model requires invisible mythical forces such as dark matter and black holes, both of which have absolutely no bearing in reality and zilch as far as evidence goes. Electromagnetism and plasma effects can easily account for the misinterpretations of these effects.
This event again proves gravity is not the dominating force, in my opinion gravity is another manifestation of electrical effects. Gravity cannot be used as an excuse here. Newtons equations are accurate, this is how they can land probes on mars etc... but they cannot explain what is happening here, but the electric model can, I don't like to use computer simulations as evidence but you can see a simulation of a spiral galaxy here
This is based on plasma physics no darkmatter or black holes required.
Originally posted by Equinox99
What if the universe is also moving, wouldn't that also effect our space