Category Archives: Johannes Kepler

Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Sol Invictus Orbit

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Solar Parallax observations raise a smile when they reveal [amongst other things] Earth Scientists have documented a doppelgänger of the Medieval Warm Period.

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Serbian Sands Shred Settled Science

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Lignite miners have shredded Gradualist Settled Science.

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Parallax Perspective

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Solving the Stellar Parallax Clusterfuck suggests Gamma Draconis is about 10,850 AU distant and that Sirius is [only] about 360 AU away.

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Dennis Rawlins: Olbers’ Magic Square of Sky

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Heinrich Olbers is best remembered for discovering Pallas and Vesta.

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Alaskan Muck: Sol Invictus

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Buckle-up for a bumpy ride managing your cognitive dissonance as the Alaskan Muck series ends with a bang as the Solar Parallax and Sol Invictus fall into place.

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Fire and Brimstone

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Some academic topics are edited to remove anything shocking, electrifying or illuminating while other topics are cynically manipulated to support false fire-and-brimstone narratives.

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Fiery Trigons: Kepler’s Genius

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In the modern era science has replaced religion as “the opium of the people”. Therefore, it’s no surprise that very few individuals are willing to ponder the possibility that their deeply held scientific beliefs might be [in polite language] bogus … Continue reading

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Fiery Trigons: Fire Birds

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There is one abiding mystery associated with Johannes Kepler’s Fiery Trigons.

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Fiery Trigons: 3rd Millennium Prognosis

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Esoteric astrology and modern astronomy are combined to create a long range weather forecast.

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Fiery Trigons: 1st Millennium Diagnosis

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Can Johannes Kepler’s esoteric astrology provide 1st millennium insights?

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Fiery Trigons: Great Mutation Cycle

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Kepler’s chart collects another curious climate cycle coincidence.

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Fiery Trigons: Great Conjunctions

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Could Kepler’s chart contain the key to climate cycles?

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Fiery Trigons: Kepler’s Supernova

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Serendipity supplies a surprise solution to the daytime sightings of Venus mystery.

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Fiery Trigons: Non-Identical Twins

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Leona Libby’s Old Japanese Cedar Tree chronology provides the point of departure for a voyage of discovery into the esoteric astronomy of Johannes Kepler [1571-1630].

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Lawler Events and The Last Ming Emperor

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The “excess chloride” record from the Greenland GISP2 Ice Core provides two startling outlier observations that echo the underlying 700 year rhythm of the Lawler Events. J H L Lawler observed that all major empires rise and collapse every 700 … Continue reading

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Inclined to Push and Pull

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The Heliocentric Inclinations of the planets in the Solar System can be used to visually interpret the Solar Wind imagery that encapsulated the results of the Ulysses mission. The Ulysses spacecraft completed two orbits through the solar system during which … Continue reading

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Brownian Motion – In-coherent Science

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Welcome to the weird and wacky world of In-coherent Science. The history of In-coherent Science can be traced back to the early years of the 20th century when the motion picture business was in its infancy. Around the turn of … Continue reading

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Solar Wind Turbines

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Turbines are used to extract rotational energy from moving fluids. A turbine is a rotary mechanical device that extracts energy from a fluid flow and converts it into useful work. A turbine is a turbomachine with at least one moving … Continue reading

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As Above So Below – Georgi Gladyshev

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The pioneering cosmology of Georgi Gladyshev [originally published in 1977] embodies the concept of As Above, So Below by explicitly stating that “Liesegang’s theory of periodic condensation can be used to explain the empirical Titius-Bode rule of planetary distances”. Physicochemical … Continue reading

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As Above So Below – Timo Niroma

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A previous posting introduced a concept that has echoed down the ages: As Above, So Below. The concept of As Above, So Below can be seen embedded in the cosmology of Johannes Kepler [Mysterium Cosmographicum – 1596] because he thought … Continue reading

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Phi in the Sky – As Above So Below

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The renaissance of Natural Philosophy in the Renaissance period laid the foundation stones which enabled the construction of the modern scientific edifice. The Renaissance also renewed interest in anti-Aristotelian theories of nature considered as an organic, living whole comprehensible independently … Continue reading

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The Flowering of Celestial Mechanics

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Johannes Kepler was the first person to successfully model planetary orbits to a high degree of accuracy and his First Law of Planetary Motion [published in 1609] is deeply embedded in modern celestial mechanics. The orbit of every planet is … Continue reading

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Wheels within Wheels – Vortex within Vortex

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The Scientific Method simply requires letting “reality speak for itself”. The chief characteristic which distinguishes a scientific method of inquiry from other methods of acquiring knowledge is that scientists seek to let reality speak for itself, supporting a theory when … Continue reading

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Solar System – Rankine Vortex

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In 1619 Johannes Kepler published his Third Law of Planetary Motion which describes the relationship between the orbital periods of the planets and their distance from the Sun. The square of the orbital period equals the cube of the orbital … Continue reading

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