Once shone two luminaries

05.05.2004

05.05.2004


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German amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann became world famous when, believing the myths, found and excavated the legendary city of Troy. In this regard, the researcher Peter organismic systems Nikiforovich Elistratova be considered # # Schliemann space. He believed the myth that in the distant past in the sky shone with two suns …

Such an assumption that in the solar system previously existed two stars, admitted in the V century BC the largest representative of the Pythagorean school Philolaus of Kraton. Apprentice Einstein B. Hoffman, in his book The Roots of the theory of relativity # # wrote: # Philolaus with remarkable insight anticipated the modern concepts. However, in the center of the universe, he did not put the Sun and the Central Fire, which revolved around not only the Earth to the Moon, but also the sun, the planets and the five star-#.

According to Philolaus, the Sun as the Earth, turning around a central fire # Hestny, played only a mirror reflecting its brilliance. And for Hestnoy, right in the opposite point of space solar system was moving Antizemlya # planet, in all similar to ours.

Do not namudril what Philolaus, putting on the terrestrial horizon, so to speak, the two luminaries? However, this is what writes in his book # Observations of visual double stars # famous French astronomer Paul Couteau: # Most of the stars are included in double or multiple systems and single stars such as our Sun, are a minority #. It turns out that on the contrary, rather # binary systems of stars in the universe (assuming the initial stages of development of the universe) can be regarded as a law of evolution.

Obviously, such thoughts have allowed the modern researcher mirror-symmetric periodic systems Peter Elistratov create a scientific hypothesis that the Central Fire in the distant past was the core of our planetary system. This massive star at a certain stage of evolution exploded. However, if this is so, then mused P. Yelistratov, the result of such a cosmic catastrophe in the solar system have been dramatic changes occur, and to evaluate them, you need to clearly visualize how the solar system looked like before the explosion of its core.

Soon, with the help of the mathematical model of this problem, he decided. The results were startling. Prior to the explosion of the Central Fire solar system consisted of five supergroups # # headed celestial bodies: Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, Jupiter and the Sun, which are accessed around erruptivnoy stars. In subsystem (supergroup of celestial bodies), led by the giant planets, their satellites were, and to a subsystem of the Sun # so-called terrestrial planets: Moon, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, the hypothetical Phaeton.

The explosion of the Central Fire planet Phaeton shattered to pieces (maybe it is not one?), The rest of the body thrown great distances to new excited orbit. In this respect, most victims were Pluto and Charon # threw them, according to calculations P. Elistratova, 6 billion kilometers. Presumably such a cosmic accident happened 4.1 billion years ago.

However, this is where the fun begins. According to astronomer K. Butusova, who published an article look-Earth # # # Gloria, our planet may be at serious risk if not because of a collision with a hypothetical Planet X, dubbed Nemesis, even because of their substantial convergence, which would result in monstrous # catastrophe terrible devastation due to the tidal waves on Earth, and the Gloria. Gloria author called mythical celestial body purely arbitrary. According to him, it must be in the sun at a libration point (astronomy predicts the possibility of accumulation of matter at such points in the orbit of the Earth), in which the position of the body is quite unstable. One day the Earth will be in the # libration point of the body, and then the question of their relative position will not be so simple #. In short, the imminence of the disaster becomes apparent.

Citing his arguments for the existence of Planet
Gloria, Cyril Butusov among other points to the opening of the XVII century, GD Cassini, director of the Paris Observatory, an unknown object near the crescent of Venus. In other words, it was a heavenly body, but not a star. Crescent looked at the time and Venus, which allowed Cassini to assume # he found her companion … In 1740 to see Short, in 1759 Meyer #, in the 1761-m # Montel, in 1764 # Rotkier … Gloria was observed only 31 times. As K. thinks Butusov # at a certain relative positions of the planets body located behind the Sun and swaying about libration points can go because of the light, and in favorable cases it can be seen from Earth #.

As it turned planet Gloria
(Planet X or Nemesis) at the opposite end of the solar system? According to the studies P. Elistratova it could well be extinct after the explosion of the Central Fire planet number 20 of the subsystem of Uranus. Once in 3600 years, allegedly, this planet perturbs the Oort Cloud at # #, causing loss of swarms of comets on the planet of the solar system and, of course, to the Earth.

Most likely we will never know where Philolaus became aware of the Central Fire and out of the sun Antizemle. It is likely that, too, from myths and legends. Interestingly another # why did he call the Central Fire Hestna # #? It is more logical to assume that the name of the planet itself, which, after the explosion erruptivnoy star was thrown into the orbit of the Sun. In this case, Gloria is a modern antique Hestna.

 

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