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Author Topic: Twisted History (Jacob's Limp, Revisited)  (Read 649 times)
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« on: August 11, 2017, 06:07:59 PM »

This blog series contains excerpts from "A Twisted History: Genesis and the Cosmos" -

In previous sections it was concluded that much of the planetary material of our "Adam-Jacob" solar system was acquired from our long-lost twin star "Serpent-Esau."  Even so, the sun itself is thought to possess 99% of our solar system's mass.  The presence of all the known planets, asteroids and other matter of the solar system does not appreciable alter the center of mass of the entire solar system.  This center of revolution ("barycenter") is calculated to be only 30,000 km from the center of the sun, whose radius is around 700,000 km.  Consequently, this results in only a very small "limp" and one that seems hardly worthy of mythologizing.

The bigger "limp" of our solar system is of course known as the Precession of the Equinoxes, or simply Precession for short, which is a grand swagger that repeats over a 24,000-26,000 year cycle.  Curiously enough, Jacob's permanent limp is attributed to his "wrestling" with and "prevailing" over Esau.  This is perhaps some indication that our twin star is still influencing the solar system from afar.  This idea is further supported by the orbits of the Extreme Trans-Neptune Objects, including Sedna and the newly discovered "Biden" that have orbits in apparent resonance with the precession cycle.  (The orbit of Sedna is ~12,000 years.)

NASA has ruled out any relatively large objects within the Oort Cloud, but presently cannot entirely exclude an object just outside the Oort Cloud.

Other researchers suspect that our solar system may be gravitationally bound to the Sirius star system (8.6 light-years away), as it does not appear to be effected by Precession along with the rest of the night sky.  Sirius is a much younger star system than ours, so it cannot be the original binary twin.  However, that does not mean it cannot effect our sun's current trajectory through the galaxy.  In fact, the current phenomenon of Precession could be a complex mix of stellar influences from our galactic neighborhood, as well as our general orbit around the center of the galaxy.  

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