Solar Cycle cause

Discussion in 'Alternative Theories' started by sscully, Jul 31, 2014.

  1. sscully Registered Member

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    Hi All,

    Sunspots are said to follow "solar cycles". That is to say, there are approximately 11 year periods where the sun's sunspot count will fluctuate from low to high to low sunspots per time. During this time, the electromagnetic field switches twice.

    This is precisely how Earth operates during seasons in regard to the sunspots per time, if we recognize that sunspots are equivalent to "thunderstorm" activity. If the sun has a 22 year elliptical orbit about a center of mass, it would have two periods from low to high to low of every 11 years. If that elliptical orbit is perpendicular to the EM field of the star such that it flows through all portions, then that would produce an observed switching of the electromagnetic field as it aligns with the flow of the star, but Earth is seemingly unaffected by the process as its EM doesn't switch nearly as frequently.

    If you don't believe sunspots represent thunderstorm activity, take a look at sprites and ELVES. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprite_(lightning)#mediaviewer/File:Upperatmoslight1.jpg

    This necessarily means it must be unobservable (a black hole) if we haven't recognized the sun's orbit about something so close.

    Thoughts?
    Steve
     
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  3. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    Really? Thoughts?

    Why should we start now with thoughts, considering what you said? God almighty....
     
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  5. youreyes amorphous ocean Valued Senior Member

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    Dear Steve, I suggest you start reading and doing exercising on Orbital Dynamics.
     
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  7. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    I guess it's pretty obvious that we are orbiting the Sun, not something else, or else all the planetary probes would have missed their marks. Heck, the ephemerides would all be screwed up and all of history (that depended on astronomy) would be altered. But it would be near chapter 1 of any science book if it were even plausible.
     
  8. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    may be overstating the thing.

    Can you control ever axon and dendrite in your body, or the chemicals in the synaptic bridges? Can you control every muscle fiber?
    Can you isolate or produce pheromones at will?

    Perhaps we need a new phrase or word?
     
  9. sscully Registered Member

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    Yes, we are orbiting the sun, but the sun is orbiting something besides the center of the Milky Way with periods of 22 years. Of course we are orbiting the sun.
     
  10. sscully Registered Member

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    Go on.
     
  11. sscully Registered Member

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    Good point. You've swayed me. Well played, sir.
     
  12. danshawen Valued Senior Member

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    Our solar system is currently passing through the galactic equator, flipping us to the other polarity of the Milky Way's magnetic field.

    Nikola Tesla believe sunspot activity was correlated with wars on Earth. Could be.

    http://solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov/SunspotCycle.shtml
     
  13. sscully Registered Member

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    And this happens every 11 years? Have a reference I could see? That doesn't make sense unless the black hole at the center of the MW has poles that are directly facing us. Otherwise, we would just be moving up and down in the same flow.
     
  14. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    We have no evidence whatsoever to even suggest that solar activity and such, has anything at all to do with any proposed orbit of the solar system, around anything other then the SMBH at the galactic center.
    That orbital period is about 225 million years.
    During that orbital period, our solar system traverses all of the spiral arms, and also has an osscillation above and below the equatorial plain of the Milky Way.

    Jan Oort an Astronomer, after whom the Oort cloud was named after, was also active in measuring the orbital peculiarities of stars near the Sun, as well as the Sun itself.
    No evidence was ever found that they orbit anything other then the accepted SMBH at the galactic center.

    My thoughts?
    What you propose is nonsense.
     
  15. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    That is close to what happens. What actually happens is there is an 11 year cycle where the sunspots cycle from high to low and then back to high; from high to low would be 5.5 years only 1/2 cycle. This is an approximate number also the cycle varies a bit. The magnetic field flips not the electromagnetic field.

    This is nothing remotely close to what happens on the sun the magnetic field does not flip year to year.

    Sunspots are concentration of magnetic field lines that result in a cool areas of the conductive plasma, thunderstorms are simply moist air that rises in thermals and cools resulting in condensition.

    No it does not.

    Thoughts, sure, inane idle conjecture.
     
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  16. sscully Registered Member

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    Thats the same thing I said--except I started with low to high to low instead of high to low to high. Do you have a reference for the cycle variations in duration? I see magnitudes change but I am not so certain I see evidence of duration changes.



    I said with respect to the sunspots. Earth does not revolve through the sun's magnetic poles, so its poles do not switch in this manner.



    At this point, you are quoting our interpretation of the data which does not preclude both from being related in the same way.

    I see your point. Science at its finest.


    Rofl.
     
  17. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    Oops you are exactly right, I misread your post on that one point.

    Just look up solar cycles and learn something.

    That has nothing to do with anything. Thunderstorm are like sunspots in the same way that neutrinos are like elephant poop.

    No, I am interpreting the data like I am not insane.

    If you disagree supply some data to support your claim. Kind of tough to do when you are just making this stuff up, huh.

    It is sort of funny, but it is still inane idle conjecture.
     
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  18. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    I should add though, that at least you are in the right forum.
    Remembering though that the forum title itself, "Alternative Theories" has been wrongly named.
    It correctly should be labeled "Alternative Hypothesis" forum.
     
  19. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    I'm sure references are available and should be easy to find.
    Alternatively though, I would like to see a reference for your own hypothesis.
     
  20. danshawen Valued Senior Member

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  21. sscully Registered Member

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    There are many references of which solar cycles of sunspots and magnetic poles can be gleaned. The next step is to then analyze why. There is no need for a reference in order to discuss the why's of an observation. That is because "why" is an interpretation while observation is an observation. Are you asking me for references to the data I presented? Or simply trying to imply I am wrong because I dare suggest it without a reference already having suggested it??? Blasphemy!
     
  22. sscully Registered Member

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    I don't see how this could possibly switch the poles of the sun. It must be by another mechanism other than the black hole of the Milky Way itself--because the only way it would do it is if the sun is orbiting it in periods of 22 years and passing through different directions of the electromagnetic field of the black hole--and other than the solar system itself (planets have already been scientifically ruled out, particularly Jupiter which has an ~11 year orbit but would have no effect on the sun's overall magnetism).
     
  23. youreyes amorphous ocean Valued Senior Member

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