Uniformally Adjusting Planetary Motion

Theoretical mechanism for mass re-distribution

If you have already read “The Solar System’s Underlying Reality” and “The Cause of Clockwork Motion of Planets”, you should be able to make sense out of this conjecture.

The basic premise is that because of linkages, established in the two posts mentioned above, expansion or contraction in the Sun’s photospheric diameter would increase or decrease the size of a relative unit of energy (10^7) and, because of its linkage with the AU, uniform adjustments would be triggered throughout the system.

Theoretically, these adjustments materialize at the sphere of influence boundary between the Sun and the planet.


Increases in solar diameter, for example, would increase the Sun’s sphere of influence while reducing the planet’s influence and, because influence translates to mass, adjustments are triggered to orbits and spin rates.

On planet Earth, those adjustments manifest as incremental increases or decreases in leap-seconds (or slight changes in kinetic energy). The cumulative effects become leap-days and are reconciled with our Gregorian calendar.

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Ronald G. Messick




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Ron is an independent researcher with a focus on the inner workings of the solar system in general and on solar variability in particular. His most recent project, the solar system's schematic, has been a fulltime labor of love for the past 16-years. He is retired and resides in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

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