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【科学/Science】齐塔人之声:卫星漩涡  

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ZetaTalk: Swirling Moons

齐塔人之声:卫星漩涡
Note: written during the 2001 sci.astro debates. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.

注:写于2001年

Where spin on the surface of a planet is dictated by the moving core of the planet, pulling or pushing on an object free to move on the surface, spin in space is dictated by whatever the spinning object is bound to. This is not explored by man, who strives to move directly in space and treats any spin in an object under their control as a problem to be corrected promptly, as in "the probe has developed a spin and is threatening to spin out of control". The reasons for the spin having developed in the first place is treated as an irrelevancy, and the only issue whether or not the probe is under control. The spin is suppressed by the little jets that allow man to control his probes when their trajectory needs to be corrected, and this thus allows mankind to feel smug about his knowledge of how things work. The moons of Planet X, which trail it like a string of pearls out in space, have no such little jets, so nature, not man, rules, and the fullresult of a spin out in space can be observed. Why do the moons trail, and spin in a slow whirlwind behind Planet X, rather than orbit the planet? 

Moons in orbit around planets in a relatively circular orbit around a sun have more than their planet affecting their behavior. They are of a mass that prevents their plummeting to the planet, as they are evoking the gravitational repulsion force between themselves and their planet. They are moving, not stationary, not because of the attraction to the planet, which is at a standstill, but because of attractions to other elements in the solar system. Like a liquid core of a rotating body, they are moving toward what attracts them, overshooting the point where they are closest to the attractant, moving around to the far point because of momentum, and proceeding to approach the attractant again. Where there are a number of moons orbiting a planet, they position themselves like the planets around a sun, at a comfortable distance from each other to avoid collision, as the repulsion force is in operation between the moons, which are of relatively equal size, too. 

Where it would seems that an orbit, in an orbital plane, around a sun or an planet is the natural outcome, this is disrupted during the swift passage that Planet X makes past one of its foci, the sun or its dead twin some 18.74 Sun-Pluto lengths away. Planet X moves away from its moons, pulling forward with increasing speed, at the same time that it is passing one of its suns and any planets that are orbiting that sun. The moons have conflicting dictates.

  • Their primary allegiance is to Planet X, due to the flow of gravity particles which force it toward Planet X, which they are thus bound to. They are thus trying to catch up to Planet X, even when Planet X leaves them behind.
  • The secondary influence over the moons is momentum, which continues to cause them to overshoot a reach for an attractant in the vicinity, to return to the far point of their spin whence they start back again toward the attractant. Thus, they continue the rotation or orbit pattern, even when not in a tight orbit around their planet.
  • The third influence, which comes to interfere with a return to a tight orbit around Planet X, is each other. Moons around a planet that does not move rapidly away from its moons have established their positions in part because the moons arrive one at a time! Each new arrival finds an orbit plane taken, and assumes another or displaces the first, but the factors that dictate position are more static than moons traveling behind a rapidly moving planet. In essence, the positions are determined because one moon says "I am larger than you, and I wish this position of closeness to the planet, so you have to move."

Moons that have arrived in a whirlwind behind a rapidly traveling planet have a new dictate to deal with, in that they find other moons directly in the path they wish to take toward their gravitational giant, in this case Planet X. They are trying to catch the planet, while caught in momentum that their circular chase toward other attractants in the vicinity has created, but during their approach to their planet they find other moons in the way and this causes a fourthdictate, a bump away from their traveling planet.

  • In moons around a static or slowly orbiting planet, the moons have opportunity to snug closer to the planet when competing moons are on the opposite side of the planet. When such moons encounter each other, having assumed the same orbital plane, the smaller gets bumped out of the path of the larger, either below the path of the larger moon, or most often farther away from the planet.
  • In moons that have found themselves trailing their planet, this bumping takes the form of increased circular motion. The moons are already moving in a circular path, caused as we have mentioned by attractants in the vicinity which they are chasing toward and overshooting while still bound to their gravitational master. The swirling is increased as each time a larger moon attempts to approach its planet, it encounters other moons directly in its path which have nowhere to go but round and round, so they go faster. Collisions are avoided by more rapid motion, and none of the moons can place themselves on the opposite side of the planet. They are all stuck in a corridor behind the planet, not able to leave, not able to pass each other, and not able to catch the planet to reinstated a circular orbit around it.

Why would such a moon pattern perpetuate itself? Does Planet X not come to a virtual stop at the mid-point between its two foci? Having established a swirl behind the planet, the moons have two factors preventing a return to the normal orbital pattern of moons around a planet. First, their swirl perpetuates itself. The speed is dictated not only by the normal rotation around a gravitational master that attractants in the vicinity would create, it is dictated by the need to move away from the other moons in the swirl. Second, the larger moons in the cluster are perpetually trying to reach a closer proximity to their planet, the point where the repulsion force between the moon and its planet creates a stalemate. Being the larger moons, they push smaller moons away from their path, but this pushing action, in space, has the effect of causing them both to move, thus not only increasing and perpetuating their swirling motion, but also pushing the larger moon away from the planet it seeks to come closer to.

为什么这样一个卫星模式能使自身延续?X行星难道没有在它的两个焦点之间的中心实现一个虚拟的停止?已经在行星上制造了一个漩涡,这 些卫星有两个因素可以防止回到卫星围绕行星的正常轨道模式。首先,它们的漩涡可以使自身延续,这个速度不仅仅是由绕能够在附近产生引诱剂的 引力的主人正常转动决定,而且它也由远离漩涡中其他卫星的需求所决定。其次,在集群中大一点的卫星都在不断努力来更加靠近它们的行星。在卫 星与它的行星产生排斥力的点上形成了僵局。作为更大一点的卫星,它们将更小的卫星推离它们的轨道。但这种推动作用,在空间上,会有使它们同 时移动的影响。因此不仅仅是加快和保持它们的旋转运动,而且也是推开那些试图靠近它们行星的卫星。

【科学/Science】齐塔人之声:卫星漩涡 - sunlint - ZETA TALKThus, the moons of Planet X, having assumed a swirl that perpetuates itself, remain in a dance behind Planet X even during its dither point between its two foci. Planet X moves, however slowly, at its dither point, so the swirl is always positioned between Planet X and the foci it is leaving. This swirl, unique to man in any comets or planets it observes, is what caused the ancients to call the passing monster, red in the sky because of its illuminated red dust cloud, a dragon, lashing its tail, the swirl of moons.

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