zankaon

December 22, 2011

winter solstice; rogue black hole?

Filed under: Letters from Ionia — Tags: , — zankaon @ 7:17 pm

December 21, winter solstice

4.6 billion times, passing through the major axis at winter solstice. If one considered this to be the start and finish of one orbit, then any off set would be incrementally accumulative for over such 4.6 billion years. Thus the geometric accuracy would seem to be unchanged. This would be consistent with no stellar mass change , nor persistent distribution mass change; hence no change in curvature of the ‘bowl’. Thus no geodesic change for earth’s orbit. Is there any more accurate physical description? Would such invariant period, and likewise for rest of our solar system, seem consistent with no rogue Black Hole passing through our Sun, nor significantly near to other planets for our system? TMM

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