Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by KK7Y, Jun 14, 2019.
My profession has saying, "if you hear hoofbeats, it's usually horses, not zebras "
OK... this begs the question: Do you raise horses?
I took a physics class back in the 90s and they were discussing alternative electronics, AC and DC theory. The parts if how it charges in spikes as the earth and sun polarities change. The earth is every 22,000 years and the sun is every 22 years. Causing a spike every 11 years causing the solar flares to spike every 11 years. Then I said in an out loud voice "ah ah!" And had to explain that I was a ham and every 11 years the radios go crazy and that radio waves go farther and we can hear different parts if the world's at those 11 year spikes. I got an A in that class!
Venus-Earth-Jupiter, huh? So it's a giant VEJ-o-matic!
I figure it is the planets , any other mass is getting too far away to affect the sun .
As the distance between the aun and the surface of the planets increases, the force of gravity decreases. This relationship is true in all cases: as the distanceincreases between any two objects, the gravitational force gets much smaller very fast in an inverse square relationship.