posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 11:24 PM
reply to post by lifemare
I agree... I found the OP's link a very interesting read regarding Jupiter/solar interactions and particularly the barycenter info... It doesn't
seem like any other posters actually read through the link.
And thanks for your link to more info about the solar barycenter ! Very interesting indeed... a possibility of solar cooling and solar minimums over
the next 150 years (+/-).
Hmmm, it makes me wonder if we are now slowly heading out of our comfy interglacial period and sliding into the next glacial one ? Maybe the
Milankovitch theory is wrong ? I always thought it was a bit too simplified and completely disregarded any interactions between planets and stars...
which IMHO is an arrogant error on their part. "For every action, there is a reaction"... the butterfly effect, per se.
Now, as for the Mayans hitting a specific date for any "earth-changing" major solar storm activity... well, it would be hard biting into that one
without a doubt. However, when you take their astronomical and mathematical precision into consideration, it gives moment for pause. On the other
hand, the major problem with date prediction of any specific cosmic activity is the fact that your dealing with a relatively unpredictable mass of
nuclear reactions within reactions... otherwise known as a "star". Just ask astronomers, they've changed the solar maximum date how many times now
Maybe there should be a discussion thread about the current solar barycenter instead of linking it with the overdone Dec 21st doomsday crap...? Or
were the Mayans onto something interesting that we 21st century egos refuse to acknowledge ?
Anyways, food to chew on.
Thanks to both you and the OP for the links to some good reading.