Friday, September 9, 2011
Larouche's idea that the solar systems bobs up and down through the arms of the galaxy remains unexplained.
The bobbing solar system is a rediculous idea. [Picture from www.tetrahedral.blogspot.com
Long term temperature changes are mapped by the change in O-18, O-16 and Be-10 in deep ocean fossil cores over time. Recent work by Dr. Shaviv and others, have correlated these changes with the flux of cosmic ray density, and there appears to be a 145 million year cycle of ice ages which corresponds with the passing of our solar system through the galaxy’s spiral arms.3
Witzsche notes this can't be. He asks why would our solar system be the only one to be bobbing? He's got a point that I haven't seen Larouche or sky Shields answer. And none of the Larouche articles expands on this. Larouche cites a source as 3The Milky Way Galaxy's Spiral Arms and Ice-Age Epochs and the Cosmic Ray Connection, by By Nir J. Shaviv.
CONT'D... plus dicussion...