Astrophysics

   

The Solar System Geometry (III)

Authors: Gerges Francis Tawdrous

Abstract The Total Solar Eclipse tells us… "The Earth orbital distance / Earth moon distance = the sun diameter / the moon diameter" No geometrical reason behind ! The solar planets creation theory tells us, a big star was following the sun, and exploded, from his material the solar planets were formed by the gravity … i.e. The Solar Planets were created Randomly, and so any relationship as the previous one must be found by "Pure Coincidence"! I suggest, alternative theory concerns the solar group creation…let's write it: -The solar planets were created Relating Geometrically to each other and Not Randomly. -The Matter in general is produced in pairs relating geometrically (or in some other features) and there's no any matter is found individually. -The solar group is one building, each planet is a component in this same building, that's why each planet has a geometrical relationship with one or more of other planets … -The sun is created related to the solar planets geometrically. To support my theory let's use Einstein Equation E=mc2 We consider Each Particle Mass & Energy is independent from any other Particle Mass & Energy… But let's suppose that, there's One General Energy (E), for the whole universe. So the universe will be as a puppets theater, the puppets are the masses but all of them are connected together in the General Energy i.e. Each Planet (Particle) Energy Is Created Connected To This General Energy, And So They Are Connected & Related Geometrically To Each Other…. that's what my theory suggests

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