Spiral Dynamics Of The Solar System

Spiral-Dynamics-Of-The-Solar-System-main-4-postby Jamie Janover

We will explore briefly the spiral dynamics of the solar system.

This super-simple and early animation was created over a decade ago as directed by Nassim Haramein to better illustrate the spiral dynamics of the solar system more accurately than the simple physical models that exist showing the Sun sitting still with the planets making “circular” orbits around it…

This short video clip is one that every human should see. Although a VERY rough early animation, it helps one to begin to visualize the spiral dynamics of our solar system.

Nassim Haramein had to hire animators to create this several years ago because at the time, almost every related computer animation showed the Sun simply sitting still with the planets making repeated circular orbits around it rather than showing the relative motion of the sun within the galaxy with the planets spiraling around the Sun’s equator as it moves rapidly through the galaxy.

This animation is not even close to 100% accurate in that the angle of the plane of the orbits here shows it to be at 90 degrees relative to the sun’s motion even though it is actually at a 60 degree angle.

The orbits of the planets are shown to be the same diameter even though Saturn’s orbit is much larger than Earth’s at around 29 years to Earth’s 1 year. The Sun itself is also doing a very large, long spiral as it moves out from the galaxy’s center, etc.

It was created as an early attempt to visually clarify the relative motions of our solar system’s dynamics.

Because both sun and the galaxy are moving through space, the Earth spirals at an incredible distance through space in a year’s time.

How far the Earth moves depends on the reference point you are using for something “stationary” or “background” even though all objects in the universe are in constant motion:

  • The Earth rotates at 0 mi/hr (at the poles) to 1,040 mi/hr – 1,674 km/hr (at the equator)

  • The Earth orbits the sun at approx. 66,629 mi/hr – 107,229 km/hr

  • The Sun orbits the galactic center at approx. 447,000 mi/hr – 719,377 km/hr

Total speed of the Earth moving through space is difficult to approximate.

Due to the combination of embedded relative spiral motions, however, using Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) radiation as a reference, it is estimated the motion of the Earth through space is aprox. 1,342,000 mi/hr (2,159,740 km/hr) or 11,763,972,000 miles (18,932,277,822 kilometers) in 1 year! (which is still only 0.2% the speed of light!)

The old model might make one picture being the same where you started after a year of time has past, when in fact, you are over 11 BILLION miles (17.7 BILLION kilometers) from where you were a year ago…!

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