The universe and the naturally occurring universal laws of physics, thermodynamics, gravity, and matter have all been well established for more than thirteen billion years. Only five billion years ago, in our Milky Way galaxy of four hundred billion stars, a benign cloud, containing 90 per cent of hydrogen, combined with clouds containing 10 per cent of other noble gases. The gases were interlaced according to their atomic weights as they merged and began to drift. The formed gases drifted into an enormous amount of intrinsic electrically charged fissile atoms of naturally occurring galactic elements, integrating and combining with the gases. As the cloud drifted through an absolute zero region of the galaxy, its incorporated gases froze into gigantic, towering mountains of a combination of galactic mixed gases and elements. (Plate A) (Plate 1A) Embedded in the frozen gas cloud were also some extremely hot cloud-consuming ions. A fusion process was set into motion when friction from the charged galactic ions ignited and began to consume the flammable gas cloud. The ignited gases fused a hot spot, which then rendered liquid molten from the galactic elements. The impurities from the solid elements in the hot spot formed into a slag cauldron, which then began to heat up and thaw our frozen young star 4.9 billion years ago. The frozen gas mountains thawed and breached the ruptured surface of our new Sun, flowing towards and finally reaching the extremely hot cauldron, with a mixture of liquefied homogenous gases. When the thawed, liquefied gases made contact with the molten elements, a cataclysmic molten ‘splash’, gas atomic explosion, resulted within the enclosed cauldron (Galvani’s Law) (Plate B)
The combination of ionic energy from fission and galvanic produced gas steam pressure from fusion caused the first internal solar eruption from atomic energy (Plate C) .The tremendous heat and pressure from the first powerful internal explosion caused the thawed, extremely hot neutrons of the fissionable atoms to melt. In that extreme environment, the atoms were stripped bare of their neutrons to a state of unstable ionised and un-ionised electrons (-) and protons (+). A fission process began from the extreme heat, which caused the bare nuclei to collide and produce enough energy to split and separate the atoms into their subatomic state of quarks, neutrinos, and leptons (Pauli’s exclusion principle). The tremendous internal atomic explosion, with the force of an exploding star,ejected the mountains of thawed unstable subatomic photosphere and gases upwards with extreme pressure and force from within a confined area of the cocooned cauldron. The tremendous pressure from the first internal atomic explosion blasted the small lighter atoms of hydrogen and other subatomic noble gases into the larger, heavier oxygen atoms. The explosion pierced and impregnated the unstable oxygen atoms, with the propelled hydrogen atoms, combining and altering the subatomic noble gases for the first time. This amalgamating and incorporating of subatomic ions under extreme heat and pressure began the natural process of the formation of water and other compounds. The process continued, when the impregnated oxygen atoms were exploded into the absolute zero temperature of interstellar space under extreme atomic pressure from within the confined cauldron of the hot spot. When the encapsulated hydrogen atoms were blasted into the absolute zero environment, they bonded forever with the oxygen atoms and became one compound atom with a ratio of 2H:1O for the first time ever. (Plate L) The extreme pressure and temperatures permanently bonded and compounded the atoms of H, O, C, N, and so on, into their present, compounded state of H2O (water) and other compounded atoms, for example, CO2, N2+O2, and so on. The first eruption forged the Kuiper belt, extending it out 50 AU from the Sun. It also established the Oort (hydrogen) cloud, which our Sun uses as its fuel source. The first eruption also, (Plate F) and simultaneously, defined the boundaries of our heliosphere more than 4.8 billion years ago. The heliosphere is surrounded by a gas ‘X’ (0.689 At. Wt.) and is predicted to be lighter than hydrogen (1 At. Wt.) but hasn’t been officially recognised as ‘discovered’ yet. It’s this light gas that holds in the heliosphere’s hydrogen and all of Earth’s other atmospheric gases as well and keeps them from expanding beyond the heliopause and escaping into interstellar space. Gravity cannot and is not holding our atmosphere to Earth. Gas expands and settles in layers according to its atomic weight (density); gravity had little to do with the formation of our solar system. A law of gas behaviour is: a high atomic weight gas cannot pass through a gas with a lower atomic weight. Lithium (6 At.Wt.) expands to helium (4 At.Wt.) and can expand no further because an uncompressed gas cannot pass through a more compressed gas. Helium expands to hydrogen (1 A.W.) and can expand no further. Earth's atmosphere has a greater atomic weight than the interstellar gases that surround it. Hydrogen expands to the next lightest gas ‘X’ (0.689 A. W.), predicted to be discovered beyond the heliopause, and can expand no further, and so on. This law is predicted to be applicable for all gases throughout the universe.
A second internal high pressure galvanic eruption (Plate G) propelled more subatomic particles of fractured frozen photosphere upwards into interstellar space, (Plate D) and
(Plate E) comprises a large area of our solar system. The Sun’s ruptured photosphere allowed the melted mountains of previously formed water and subatomic interfused gases and matter to flood in through the photosphere’s gaping volcano-like hole made by the first and second eruptions.
A third internal eruption of extremely high pressure, (Plate H) manifested from atomic energy, then blasted more subatomic noble gases and matter into space compounding them. The Sun’s photosphere and compounded noble gases with the lowest atomic weight, for example,
H2+He, travelled farthest, where they refroze forming the gaseous planets, Saturn and Uranus, and propelling Neptune to a distance of 1.8 billion miles from its planetary solar exit point. The remaining subatomic compounded elements and gases with heavier atomic weight, for example, CO2, came to rest closer to the Sun, forming the atmospheres for, and some regions of the terrestrial planets: Earth, Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter (Plate 3).
When Jupiter exploded from the innards of the Sun’s cauldron (fourth eruption) (Plate K), it created a prominent planetary exit point that fractured more than 10 per cent of the Sun’s photosphere, which formed the asteroid (meteor or comet) belt in an arc from the Sun’s surface between Mars and Jupiter (Plate 4). Jupiter’s violent eruption exposed the Sun’s hydrogen fission molten cauldron and unleashed the powerful solar wind at a speed of 400km/s (9.6 Kilo Pascal’s x 10 to the 7th power), expanding it out 50,000 AU to the heliopause.
The remainder of the terrestrial planet’s substance and matter was the fifth eruption, which formed the planets entirely from the Sun and followed directly after Jupiter’s ejection. All planetary objects are not circumnavigating the equator of the Sun or being propelled by the unexplainable force, once described as the now disproved quantum gravity hypothesis. Solar wind existence was mathematically proven by Prof. Eugene Parker of the University of Chicago in 1958. Mariner II, 27/08/62, Venus mission was the first to confirm the solar wind’s existence with its particle detector. The planets are not circling around the Sun’s equator. They are circling above their prominent solar exit point and the Sun’s plane, (Plate M) travelling at slower speeds and over much shorter distances. The solar wind power eventually established the anticlockwise (West to East) spin of all the planets except for Venus and Uranus. It’s also responsible for all of the planet’s predictable elliptical paths above the Sun’s plane. The solar wind is also responsible for all the planets’ high speed of 360-degree spin, which produces their gravity, auroras, and magnetism.
Earth’s spinning and its corkscrew silhouette (if waterless) produce enough centrifugal force, to be the sole source of its gravity. Magnetic poles keep Earth and all the other planets from colliding into each other and are not the source of their gravity. Auroras, expressed by the Northern Lights on Earth, occur on all the planets and are caused by charged solar particles carried from the Sun by the solar wind. The solar wind also perpetuates all the planets’ motion, circling them millions of miles above the Sun’s vast 100,000-cubic-mile gaping planetary egress point, sculptured by the four previous eruptions (Bernoulli’s Law).
As our new solar system cooled 4.7 billion years ago, the fission process continued to consume and further heat up the sphere. Hydrogen fission converted 0.15 per cent of a once frozen then thawed, benign cloud of mixed gases and matter into the 4000 degrees Celsius surface temperature theorised to form water and our solar system and all within about 700 million years. The fission process then continued consuming the cloud for approximately the next 300 million years, gradually increasing its temperature until finally fusing the interior of the cloud into a 27-million-degree-Celsius, mature, yellow, hot, dwarf star - our Sun - only 4.3 billion years ago. Our Sun is a mature middle-aged star, with a 10,000-degree surface temperature, and it inhales hydrogen from the Oort cloud to consume as fuel every six minutes and will continue to do so for another 5 billion years.
All ninety-two of the naturally occurring elements on Earth have an atomic weight in between 1 At. Wt (hydrogen) and 94 At.Wt. (plutonium). It’s Earth’s distance from the Sun and its temperature, elements, liquid water, and atmosphere that allows it to exclusively sustain the only life in our solar system. The Earth is circling 57 million miles per year, 20 million miles above the Sun’s plane and its solar exit point but at a speed of 6,500 mph and not circling at speeds of 67,000 mph around the Sun’s equator, as is commonly supposed and taught. The Sun’s equator was used as the ‘fixed point’ from which all the planets’ orbital degree of inclination was calculated from. The Sun’s equator was not intended and does not represent or follow the paths of the planet’s horizontal plane or their orbits.
The Earth formed 4.5 billion years ago, cooled 3.8 billion years ago and cannot be attracted to the Moon, because the Moon and Earth have one positive and one negative gravitational system. The Shoemaker-Levy asteroid (1993-94) was gravitationally attracted to Jupiter from a greater distance than Earth is from the Moon. This is further evidence that the positive and negative electromagnetic fields of our moon and all the planets keep them equidistant from each other. The Earth also has four separate paths of motion. They are as follows:
(1) Travelling from North to South and back North, lasting 365 days (1 year), in a 23.45-degree rotational inclination, causing the four equinoxes in the northern and southern hemispheres (Plates 2) and (2A). Earth is farthest from the Sun’s plane during the Northern summer and Southern winter.
(2) Spinning anticlockwise as viewed from above its North Pole, at a speed of 600 mph, one 360-degree rotation takes 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.09 seconds (one sidereal day). The solar wind originates from ‘coronal holes’ on the Sun and has the power and force of a 1-million-mph wind. The Earth’s 600-mph-360-degree spin caused by the solar wind and the Earth’s geographical profile are responsible for its four daily tides.
(3) One solar eclipse year lasts 525 days or about 7 every 10 years and casts a100-mile-wide and 1,000-mile-long shadow in a set path over the Earth. Eclipses, Jupiter’s failure to cross the Sun’s equator twice during its 11.8-year cycle and the fact that Jupiter is in a position in the sky to be seen every day of the year from Earth, strongly suggest that Earth, Jupiter, and all the other planets are circling above the Sun’s plane (Plate 5).
(4) A theorized 500-million-year regularly recurring cycle expressed by the parading of the constellations 27,000-year cycle. The consequences from the parading of the constellations and the solar wind are that they take the Earth on a 500-million-year journey, travelling from perihelion, causing global warming, to aphelion, resulting in an ice age. Both are regularly recurring and predictable galactic occurrences. The Earth has just entered its fifth era (Cenozoic) and is warming after its fifth ice age. Earth’s warming cycle has approximately 300 million years remaining until it peaks with an average temperature of 75º Fahrenheit (22°C.) plus the ozone layer and just before it begins its cooling cycle all over again falling to 0º Fahrenheit (-18°C.) (Plate 6).
‘Global warming’, ‘greenhouse gas effect’, and ‘climate change’ are euphemisms for global pollution caused by mankind. The Earth’s present temperature is 39º Fahrenheit (4°C.). The ozone layer adds 20 degrees Fahrenheit, making the Earth’s average temperature 59 degrees Fahrenheit (15°C.). If all of Antarctica thawed, it wouldn’t produce enough thawed water to fill all the ‘below sea level’ and ‘desert’ areas on Earth. The Earth’s atmosphere contains 79 per cent nitrogen,19 per cent oxygen, and 2 per cent others, including 0.033 per cent carbon dioxide (0.055 at sea level). The level of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere today is the lowest in Earth’s history of 4.5 billion years. Think about it.
THE FORMATION OF WATER AND OUR SOLAR
SYSTEM FROM A FISSION PROCESS WITH AN
IMPROVED HELIOCENTRIC MODEL
(The AP Theory)