The UVS case study on the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle, justifies a scientific revolution for the planetary sciences.Cheryl wrote: ↑Thu Apr 10, 2014 11:42 pmPerhaps u can organise a public talk at a obs event. Gd ideas shld be spread to the public. Maybe u can expose students to ur theory and encourage them to do fyp based on it~~.
Plus maybe u can get more exposure by publishing...I think this is common in the scientific community.
Haha~~...jus my 2c...
The contemporary planetary model needs a fundamental revamp with the paradigm shift to a barycentric Solar System model.
This posit for the barycenter of the Solar System does not entail the mainstream heliocentric model postulated Solar System barycenter, which its physics is based on a fundamental fallacy of its cognitive paradox; the Sun is not the center of the Solar System.
The quantitatively described orbital motions of Solar System objects including the Sun, should be based on the barycenter principle that actually modulates the Solar System.
See this paper by a scientist for his proposition of a barycentric principle of the Solar System as a reference:
Motions of Observable Structures Ruled by Hierarchical Two-body Gravitation in the Universe
Anyone has the resources and the capabilities who wishes to develop a barycentric Solar System model can look up for him via the provided email for details of the required formulas applied. He was a very approachable guy happy to share his knowledge that unequivocally resolves the n-body problem of planetary objects with his barycentric setup. We used to exchange ephemerises for our research, and I can say his is a very pleasant person to interact with.
With the barycentric planetarium professionally developed on the correct principles that modulates the Solar System, which could include the relativistic concept for higher precision, such software application with intricate details and could churn out the accurate ephermeries, should be good tool for the quantitative analyses of our Solar System for predicting planetary events accurately.
Such a development of the barycentric planetary model if successful, should deserve the prestige award for planetary science on the international level.
Any astro team here or student group gamed enough for making Singapore proud in the international astro community?