Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Do the planets have their positions due to Kepler's "harmony"... or is it electrical?

I read somewhere in Rolf Witzsche's articles that the rotations of the planets are due to to surface conductivity and that the revolutiona of the planets around the sun are electrically powered. This in itself is a stunning departure from the gravity universe. Aside from that, however-- but related-- I read last night again in Larouche about Kepler's Harmony of the Spheres. [Source: "How the human mind works (the sight and sound of science)" by Lyndon H. Larouch, Jr. Oct. 8, 2008 EIR]

The article includes a diagram of the "tonalities" of the harmonic orbits of the planets. LYM has explored this in detail in the "basement project" Earlier reference in the article is made to the universe as "self bounded by Kepler's harmonically ordered principle of universal gravitation" as Einstein pointed to. But all this "harmonic ordering"... of the planets and this "self bounding"... must be INCORRECTLY interpreted by Larouche and LYM-- given the ELECTRIC UNIVERSE, right?

QUESTION-- Are the planets postiions in the solar system due to gravity or electric homopolor motor effect? Or both? Is the universe "self bounded" by gravity or electricity? Is Larouche and LYM wrong on these counts?

[Discussion outline]

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