Friday, October 9, 2009

Article 8 first part

Atmosphere could be due to the spinning motion of the star, and for our senses to the formation of gases coming from the volcanic activity or some other phenomenons related to the mass in fusion as breaks. But the spinning motion only should not be sufficient because thus it should produce some constant winds and disperse the gases, it is necessary then that is formed, in addition of the gaseous layers close to the Earth, some spherical isolated layers, forming an inertia to the displacements due to the spinning motion, and constituted in majority of some invisible particles, as the Van Allen’s belts (discovered by Van Allen, from the USA), and a little as the rings that some heaps of the visible matter form around Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune, although in this case there is only a slice; on the top of that it has to be considered some different rotation velocities which should be related to some layers (see sketches 1 and 2), what should form a resistance by discontinuity to the crossing motion going from one to the other, and should imply then an equilibrium which should retain more or less the different particles. Also in order to explain the insulation of these layers it is possible to imagine between them a thickness, low in resistance to circular movements on each side, which should be formed of some particles of the two first secondary elements(1) which could have some helicoidal motions with accompanying the movement of each layer, as the ones formed by a screw or the displacement of a spinning propeller but adapted to the change of angular velocity (relatively to the center of rotation of the layers), and arranged between them according to their direction of rotation, what should give a configuration which could look like Rayleigh-BĂ©nard’s cells of convection, although this phenomenon should not be identical and has been inspired differently to me, by a simple log of wood at the surface of some water; otherwise these particles could form an amalgam of whirls when a sufficiently intense light(2) or something else should come to break the regularity of the motion by its crossing action. The fact that there is some resistance between some different layers of the atmosphere is confirmed by the observations done during the travels of some rockets.

(1) : See :
(2): Which should be filtered during its crossing action.

About the action of the moon, it is to come.

Update 03/01/13: After a study of the Cassini mission which is about Saturn, I have found some documents which confirm what is written here.

  First there is the fact that farther the matter is from Saturn slower it orbits, what is possible to read here [1] (click on “here”).

[1]: About the gravity of the moon Prometheus, it is not obvious; furthermore it is written that the concerned particles are some icy particles, and the presence of ice should make them sticky, thus some of them should stick a bit to Prometheus after the contact (it is also possible to have some informations about the sticky snowballs here).

  Otherwise about the different rotation velocities of some layers producing a resistance by discontinuity to the crossing motion going from one to the other: After the contact between the moon Prometheus[1] and one of the ringlets of the F ring (about the contact it is possible to watch here, pay attention to the shadow of the moon), there is a black mark longer than large which is present (which is not the shadow of the moon). Also relatively to the images to come, this being produced one time per orbit and Prometheus going faster than the F ring, the next black mark is produced in front of the last one. And if we observe well the different marks here and here, it appears well that after a while there is a fracture at the level of the clearest ringlet that is produced in the continuity of these marks, and this seems to indicate well that some ringlets are not going at the same velocity, so as to form a discontinuity.

[1] Moon which does not seem to have a sky and which bounces on the F ring made of solid particles, which implies the unstable trajectory of this moon.

  Lastly an observation which is not concerning the Cassini mission: Relatively to the phenomenon of gravitational lens, it seems very probable that the presence of the layers considered in this article can produce such an effect.

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