Solar System Energy Trajectory

Authors: Gerges Francis Tawdrous

Solar Group Creation And Motion (A description which this paper tries to prove) 1-The Solar System Is created of one energy only - this one energy travels through the solar group from point to another point – creating the planet matter (because E=mc2) and planet orbital distance (because Space = Energy- My Hypothesis). 2-The Solar System Main Energy starts from Jupiter and travels to Pluto (from this energy Neptune orbital circumference is created consuming 16% of the total energy) 3-Neptune reflects the rest of energy toward the inner planets into 2 equal trajectories of energy 4-The Energy is sent from Neptune (and Pluto) to Mercury 5-Energy is sent from Mercury to Saturn 6-Pluto Motion specifically for 1 solar day depends on light motion for 1 second (where this moving light velocity =1.16 mkm/sec – my hypothesis) – that means – 1 second of light motion causes Pluto to move 1 solar day 7-Solar group is created based on Pluto motion for 1 solar day (solar planets diameters total = 406000km= Pluto motion for 1 solar day) 8-Planets motions energies accumulations with 2 other factor effects – lead to produce the sun light beams… these 2 factors are a.The sun rate of time is different from Earth one b.Jupiter Energy Interaction with the planets velocities total 9-i.e. Planets Motions energies total produce the sun rays based on changing the sun rate of time and the interaction with Jupiter energy 10-The produce light beam will be 0.3 mkm/second but the original one is 1.16 mkm/sec – for that – the value 0.3 will multiply with 4……(0.3x4 =1.2 mkm/sec from this value the original light beam 1.16 mkm/sec is produced) (Why it multiplies with 4 - because earth has a cycle of 4 years – 1461 days) 11-The final product will be 1.16 mkm/sec moves for 1 second only to repeat the cycle for tomorrow…

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