Relativity and Cosmology


Comparison of the Solar System Orbit and the Evolutionary Process of the Earth's Biology

Authors: Zhi Cheng

Based on a model of a huge white hole in the Galactic Center, this article analyzes the orbit of the solar system in the Milky Way. It is pointed out that the motion of the solar system in the Milky Way can be divided into two parts. The first part lasts about three to four billion years. During this time, the solar system made elliptical movements in an elongated bar structure at the Galactic Center. A large number of galaxies perform elliptical motion around the Galactic Center, forming the elongated bar structure near the Galactic Center. When the solar system gradually moves away from the Galactic Center and reaches a certain distance, the solar system will be ejected from the elongated bar structure of the Galactic Center and enter the spiral orbit outside the Milky Way. Moving outside the Milky Way, the Solar System flies away from the Milky Way following a parabolic trajectory. For simplicity of calculation, this article uses a straight line instead of this parabola. Calculation shows that the solar system has been flying for at least 600 million years after flying far away from the elongated bar structure of the Galactic Center. Comparing these 600 million years with the evolutionary process of life on Earth, it can be found that this period is the time when a large number of higher organisms on the earth evolved. Including the emergence of fish, the concentrated evolution of dinosaurs, and the emergence of humans. This article points out that this is related to the fact that the entire Earth's environment is more suitable for the growth of higher organisms after the solar system flies from the elongated bar structure of the Galactic Center. Since the earth has obtained biological prosperity and the development of human civilization in this way, it is believed that galaxies similar to the solar system are ubiquitous in the Milky Way. Therefore, there will also be extraterrestrial civilizations similar to Earth civilization on the periphery of the Milky Way. This article analyzes some areas in the spiral structure of the Milky Way that require attention, and points out that the development of civilization in these areas may exceed the development of human civilization on Earth by more than millions of years. If we can obtain important information about these civilized societies, it will help us better grasp the destiny of human civilization on earth.

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[v1] 2019-12-17 06:33:12
[v2] 2019-12-28 02:42:52

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