This is a list of articles by Peter Jakubowski concerning the topic of “Our Solar System”, published on this website until December 2016
(ordered chronologically)
For full text of the longer articles click on the title link.

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The main article to this topic is presented below the list.

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27) Heliocentric Copernican Solar System was a myth.

(Duesseldorf, 9th October, 2016)

Geocentric Solar System was the oldest one known to modern science, heliocentric system was the second one, and the third one, the Venus-centered Solar System, recently proposed by the author, is ready now for a wide application in all scientific research.

The remaining part of the cited article presents the strongest arguments confirming the idea of the Venus-centered Solar System. They are: a) the extraordinary properties of Venus; b) the inclined orbit of Pluto; c) Sedna and 2nd level of the Cosmic Hierarchy; d) a puzzling mass beyond Neptune; e) tropical year shortening; f) Gould’s Belt puzzle. Each one of those arguments could be considered as a reason enough to accept the idea of the center of mass of the entire Solar System located in that point of cosmos where we see Venus today. Taken together they give an unquestionable evidence for the reality of that location.

18) Theoretical origin of the Cryogenian Period in Earth history

The temporal concentration of the biggest glaciations of the Earth, some of which had extended to the equator, reflects an exceptional period in the Earth’s history.

14) The last few weeks of the Copernican model of a Sun-centered Solar System

1. “New Horizons” spacecraft awakes
2. Copernican System
3. Kuiper Belt
4. The expected discovery by “New Horizons” Mission

9) Our Earth from the Saturnian point of view
New color image of Saturn presented by NASA

Without a proper understanding of this majestic cosmic perspective of our own home, all our finacial business, all our wars and conflicts, but also our science, including the Warsaw climate-change debate, are simply senseless, destructive activities.

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The main article to this topic is presented here below.

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The past, the present, and the future structure of our Solar System

The “legend” of the Solar System with the Sun originated as a single stellar object is no longer acceptable, as can be explained in the following series of pictures.





The accretion process forming our Sun (probably about 7 Mld years ago) has allowed our four terrestial planets (Proto-Mercury, Proto-Venus, Proto-Earth, and Proto-Mars) to be formed. Therefore this accretion could not be the rare ideal case but a typical case forming simultaneously a bigger central star and a smaller stellar object, most probably a brown dwarf at the edge of the accretion disk.

(A scenario of the probable disintegration of the Sun`s small companion 3506.7 Mln years ago, including the origination of the four gas planets and their moons of the present Solar System has been presented in my book “The cosmic carousel of life”.)

Note that in our version of the Solar-System formation the center of mass could not lie in the Sun itself. A location of one of its primordial planets in this specific point of space, collecting the planetesimals more readily than other places, is much more probable.

The actual extravagant properties of Venus (first of all its practical lack on eigenrotation) suggests that Venus has been located in the global center of mass of the whole accretion disk from the very beginning. And Venus lies there also today.

Tycho Brache was the best astrophysical observer of the medieval civilization. He has constructed his own model of the Solar System consistent with his own observations. He saw the Sun revolving around one of its planets. According to the religious motivation of his epoch he has chosen the Earth for the center of mass, as shown in the left figure below. We have to accept his great observational work. However we are forced today (with our advanced observational technique and knowledge) to shift the Venus into this center of mass, as shown in the right figure below.

The consequences of this fact are very interesting and also very important for our understanding of our cosmic “home”. First of all, it is not Venus revolving the Sun, but reversely, the Sun circulates around the central Venus (with the same known period of 224.7 days; all motions are relative, as we know). Furthermore, the Earth does not move along an almost circular ellipse around the Sun, as we have learned from Keppler. The Earth has to revolve the Sun and the central Venus simultaneously. Therefore the present Earth`s orbit looks like the beautiful rosette shown schematically in the figure below.

During every eight years the Earth revolves the Venus (almost exactly) five times, and the Sun does this thirteen times. (It would be wonderful to see some fotos of this solar dance around the Venus made with one of the cameras onboard of the “New Horizons” spacecraft flying towards Pluto; now already behind the Uranus orbit.)
Some chosen past and future positions of the Earth on this (real!) orbit are shown on the right of the figure below.

We return to this figure when discussing the prediction of the strongest earthquakes in one of the next categories of our topics.

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