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 18 December 2016 12:30 PM
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My back of a fag packet calcs when assessed in two ways indicate the same answer. Please take a few minutes to view attached cartoon of a stars eye view of the solar system which reflects the electrification and recent garden shed experiment of the magnetic spin effect applied to the solar system.
 18 December 2016 05:17 PM
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Well, to my view, such inconstancies clearly show that the 'magnoflux' model of the universe is flawed.
Actually we have a perfectly good gravitational model of the universe that explains most of the observables, even if it is not full unified. It might be better to use that for estimating the mass of the sun which we can estimate with acceptable accuracy from the space curvature it induces to the light of far away stars and check against results from the velocities of the orbiting planets...

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 18 December 2016 08:48 PM
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Thanks Mike, but we all know that gravitation alone cannot explain the working or balance of the solar system or the universe in general without inventing dark matter and dark energy which have never be observed or sensed ; so dark matter and energy do not exist.
BUT dark forces do and the evidence is that there is a Faraday rotation effect in some galaxies so why not in all galaxies?.

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