The Orbits of the Planets


     This is a Java applet which demonstrate Kepler's law. You can click on the "start" button to start it. You can also choose three different reference frames to look at the motion. "show area" option is designed to demonstrate Kepler's 2nd law. You also have a choice to display the orbits of the palnets.

   Certainly we can already get a good idea about how the fields in T.A.O. structured themselves by mutual displacement into energy centres, agglomerations of atoms and molecules which - pressurized from all sides - formed central masses and bodies. Neither did it remain a secret to us that impulses cannot just flow indiscriminately but are forced into very particular paths by fields and “curved spaces“. The concept of how stars could develop should not give us any trouble now.

    Remember the photographed thermal spheres of figure 3. The event documented in that picture has a sequel: The thermal spheres soon form patterns by mutual displacement; they squeeze one another into new structures, their impulse fields accumulate in certain spots. When we take a look at figures 90 to 92 we will see this dynamic process graphically before of our eyes.

Fig.90 Fig.91,92

Energies start to flow (90), displacing each other into central fields (91), and soon create superorders (92) which already remind us of the arrangement of galaxies... Figures 93 and 94 try to illustrate precondition and final result graphically in a computer simulation :

Fig.93       Fig.93a

     The pressure produced by the mutual repulsion combined the atoms into gas molecules and the latter were squeezed into bigger formations in turn. Cold and dark clusters they were, every one of them already a latent star, an embryonic star so to speak ... baby stars which did not shine yet. The astronomers discovered uncountable numbers of such dark stellar children in the universe, and they call them globules. The pressure also makes that the matter is finally arranged in a soap bubble structure since the galaxies accumulate at the boundaries or in the areas of pressure equilibrium, i.e. at the skins of the giant, almost empty space bubbles so to speak – figure 94! (In the first version of this book in 1975, when I came to the conclusion that the universe had to look like lather, I deleted this sentence again because I could not believe it myself. Shortly after the first edition of the book had been published the news was spread worldwide that astronomers had discovered that the matter in the universe was concentrated in clusters and bubbles – a structure which can never ever be explained by gravitation!) 

     In all these pressure events, there were and there are of course places in the universe where the pressure streaming in from all around comes together without immediately producing a globule because there is not yet enough matter available within a certain radius (broken circle in figure 93). Such a place would not remain empty for long, though. Because all masses which are getting into the vicinity of this place will inevitably be pressed into this centre. Apparently this spot is thus already exerting gravitation without there being a corresponding central mass in it. 

     Physicists, who derived solutions from Einstein’s equations, which Einstein himself wouldn’t have dreamt of, constructed very similar formations in theory, placed them far into outer space, and called them black holes. With that they mean spaces curved so much by central masses that even a beam of light is unable to escape from them. Since the effects of gravitation can, however, always only be attributed to the surrounding masses in our opinion, we are unable to comprehend these monsters developed from a misunderstood General Theory of Relativity. According to the repulsion principle, there can never be such a thing as a black hole with central mass gravitation and none such thing has been found yet. But they are very popular at the moment as an explanation of phenomena in astronomy which are not understood. So if something cannot be substantiated with conventional theories, it is just a black hole - and one will not be able to travel to any of those places for the next million years to check if they really exist!

     The gravitation effective in the vicinity of celestial bodies, i.e. the universal pressure streaming in spherically, comes predominantly from very distant mass fields – practically from the whole universe. Therefore the total field of the universe appears to be very consistent; all in all the universal pressure is quite isotropic. Central places of pressure, like the “black hole” of our version, are also such preferred places where suns and stars are created. In such a place our sun came into existence, too, long before it had any planets. It also began life as a globule, as a dark baby star, and it must have grown only very slowly because exclusively such matter was flowing towards it which had already formed such extensive fields that they offered sufficient resistance to the universal pressure - i.e. molecules already or at least hydrogen molecules.

     In the same way countless other suns were growing. Slowly, over billions of years they were getting bigger and the impulse fields accumulated in them were exerting an increasing pressure against the universe. In turn, they caused new globules between each other - and this process has actually not stopped until today. Still, new stars are born. We can understand this quite casually; we don’t need any auxiliary hypotheses for that nor any unbelievable compaction theories on the basis of gravitation nor any illogical mechanisms of revolution... Because young stars do not yet rotate on principle aside from their relative movement towards each other. 

     At a later time everything had to start moving nevertheless... Although the universal pressure turned out to be essentially isotropic it wasn’t so through and through to allow a rigid structure of the sky. In the course of time, a real dance of the stars must have started. In the beginning, it was certainly a dance of random, disordered movements. Gradually at first, again over billions of years, a certain order had been coming into this chaos of movements because everything that had stood in the way had finally been devoured and consumed at some time - incorporated in ever increasing structures...


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