1.The Earth travels a total of 90 degrees from North to South and back to North, lasting 365 days, in a 23.45-degree elliptic orbital inclination. This North-South movement is the cause of the four equinoxes in the northern and southern hemispheres (Plates 2 and 2A). Earth is farthest from the Sun’s plane during the northern summer and southern winter. 2.Earth and all the other planets spin anticlockwise as viewed from above the North Pole, at a speed of 1,040 miles per hour. One 360-degree rotation is equal to one sidereal day of 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.09 seconds. Earth is being propelled by the solar wind, which has the power and force of 1.8 million miles per hour. This compelling evidence and previous discoveries now prove that the solar wind can spin the Earth, thus causing centrifugal force and attracting solids to its centre. Earth’s gravity is similar to the amusement park spinning ride named the Rotor. The Rotor’s high-speed spin and 90 degree angle (like Earth’s 0.37% per day progression) pins the riders to the walls of a spinning rubber-lined drum. By using the principles of centrifugal force, the riders are ‘stuck’ to the rubber walls. Earth’s corkscrew silhouette (when viewed waterless), its rapid 1,040-mile-per-hour rotation, its 90 degree tilt, and its 14.7 lb. per.Sq. in. atmospheric pressure, are in this author’s opinion, the forces responsible for the source of Earth’s gravity and the four daily tides on Earth. The 1040 mph spin also causes Earth’s magnetic field. The magnetic poles, characterized by the auroras and the solar wind and their vast distance from each other, keep Earth and the other planets from colliding but are not the source of their gravity. The solar wind is spinning the planets, and this can be proven by using Bernoulli’s principle of incompressible fluids, which can be obtained by integrating the Nervier -Stokes equation. This proves that the spinning process induced by the solar wind and its atmospheric pressure are what cause the planets to have gravity. Auroras occur on all the planets in our solar system, and there caused by charged particles carried by the solar wind from the Sun.
The solar wind protects us from harmful cosmic particles. 3.A solar-eclipse year lasts 608 days and occurs about six times every ten years and casts a 100-mile-wide shadow in a set path over Earth. Eclipses, Jupiter’s failure to cross the Sun’s equator twice during its 11.8-year cycle, and the fact that Jupiter is in a position in the sky that can be seen every day of the year from Earth (except for a 12-hour period every 11.8 years). These pieces of indisputable evidence. Accurate observations over the years strongly suggest that Earth and Jupiter are circling above the Sun’s celestial poles and not around its equator (Plate 5). 4.Earth has a theorized 500 million year regularly recurring cycle, part of the 26,000-year precession of the equinoxes. This cycle is taking the Earth from perihelion, causing global warming, to aphelion, resulting in an ice age (plate 6). Since the rotation axis is processing in space, the orientation of the celestial equator also processes during the same period. This means that the position of the equinoxes is changing slowly with respect to the background stars. This precession of the equinoxes means that the right ascension and declination of objects changes very slowly over a 26,000-year period. This effect is negligibly small for casual observing but is an important correction for precise observations. Transien stars are regularly recurring and predict astronomical occurrences. The Earth changes direction every 500 million years or so causing Ice Ages. It has experienced three Eons: Proterozoic, Achaean and Phanerozoic, 10 Eras and about 22 Periods. The Earth has just entered the Cainozoic Era of the Phanerozoic Eon and is warming after its fifth ice age. The fifth ice age wiped out 70% of all life on Earth as did the previous one’s. It was NOT an asteroid shower that killed the dinosaurs, it was the last Ice Age which started more than one million years and ended about 15,000 yrs. ago.