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Richard
Richard
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a questo punto forse c'è un poco di confusione in giro?
magari Nibiru il distruttore era questo o comunque non un pianeta

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e poi abbiamo Nemesis che porterebbe torsione nel medium quantico come descrive piu precisamente Hoagland e quindi eccitazione nel sole ecc… ma non distruzione, bensì energia e mutazioni..

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http://www.animacosmica.org/spirito-scienza/dwapara-yuga-leta-del-bronzo/
Nel 1894, Swami Sri Yukteswar fece due sorprendenti previsioni nel suo libro “La Scienza Sacra”: ‘la materia si scoprirà essere energia’ e ‘il nostro sole ha una stella gemella’. Einstein ha provato essere vera la prima previsione nel 1905 e nel corso dell’ultimo secolo sempre più prove stanno puntando sulla verità della seconda previsione.

Lo Swami scrive che il nostro sole è parte di un sistema binario, orbitante intorno ad un’altra stella, con un periodo orbitante di 24,000 anni. In termini scientifici, la rotazione della terra relativamente alle stelle che vediamo (lo zodiaco parlando in astrologia) è chiamata precessione degli equinozi.
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Hoagland:
But, as can be seen from examining the luminosity/angular momentum diagram again, there also appears to be one glaring exception to this otherwise strikingly linear relationship: The Sun itself.

Independent research, involving over 30 years of attempted confirmation of the Sun’s basic energy source — in the form of solar/terrestrial observations of tiny atomic particles called “neutrinos,” supposedly coming from the center of the Sun (above image) — have left laboratory physicists and astrophysicists with a major astronomical enigma:

The Sun is not emitting anything like the number of neutrinos required by the “Standard Solar Model” for its observed energy emission; if its energy is due to “thermo-nuclear reactions” (as the Standard Model demands), then the observed “neutrino deficit” is upwards of 60%: even more remarkable, certain kinds of primary neutrinos (calculated as required to explain the bulk of the solar interior’s fusion reactions, based on laboratory measurements) turn out to be simply missing altogether!

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_hyperphysics2.htm#Part%20II
So — what really fuels the Sun?

The answer to the Sun’s apparent violation of the Standard Solar Model — ironically, is contained in its striking “violation” of our key angular momentum/luminosity diagram (click image right):

In the Hyperdimensional Model, the Sun’s primary energy source — like the planets’ — must be driven by its total angular momentum — its own “spin momentum,” plus the total angular momentum of the planetary masses orbiting around it. Any standard astronomical text reveals that, though the Sun contains more than 98% of the mass of the solar system, it contains less than 2% of its total angular momentum. The rest is in the planets. Thus, in adding up their total contribution to the Sun’s angular momentum budget — if the HD model is correct — we should see the Sun following the same line on the graph that the planets, from Earth to Neptune, do.

It doesn’t.

The obvious answer to this dilemma is that the HD model is simply wrong. The less obvious is that we’re missing something … Like … additional planets (above)!

By adding another big planet (or a couple of smaller ones) beyond Pluto (several hundred times the Earth’s distance from the Sun — below), we can move the Sun’s total angular momentum to the right on the graph (click above right image), until it almost intersects the line (allowing for a percentage, about 30%, of internal energy expected from genuine thermonuclear reactions …). This creates the specific “HD prediction” that “the current textbook tally of the Sun’s angular momentum is deficient because …”