Are the presently known Elliptical Planetary Orbits just Apparent and only Thermal? Are the actual Gravitational Orbits Circular, with Planets traveling on them at a constant Speed?
Commentary on Chapters 22 and 23 of 'Galaxies For Intelligently Designed Minds'
Chapters 22 and 23 describe the organization of bubbles of energy further, why they float in space, while proposing the existence of hitherto unknown circular gravitational orbital paths. The bubbles concept states that the true planetary orbits are not the apparent elliptical ones used by science, which it calls the 'planetary thermal orbits', but instead the mentioned planetary gravitational orbits, which would render circular orbital paths of constant density on which the respective planets would travel at a constant speed. In that sense, the solar system's bubble would float in its outer space just as a hot air balloon floats at certain altitudes in our atmosphere.
The first of these two chapters opens discussing how planets, as they navigate the disc of the solar system according to the bubbles concept, would be kept in their positions by a combination of a number of different types of forces. It identifies some of them as the pressure proceeding from the skin of the host bubble of the solar system, which in turn would be pressured by its denser, colder and heavier interstellar outer space; plus the existence of circular planetary orbital bands of uniform density, denser than the respective bubbles of the planets transiting on them. In addition, it briefly mentions the role electromagnetism generated by the bubble of the solar system and of the individual planets would play in the navigation of the latter along their orbits. The chapter promises to develop the idea further, when the book discusses the navigation of stars within a spiral galaxy.
It adds to previous chapters' description of the solar system's bubble, introducing the possible existence of a core central bubble or vortex at the barycenter of the solar system, which would be made purely of electromagnetic energy, without encasing a celestial body in it. It advances that the gravitational orbital bands of planets, with different angles relative to the equatorial plane of the solar system, would hinge on that central sphere.
The chapter then goes on to clarify that the assumed elliptical ‘Standard’ orbits of the planets, in use for the last few centuries, their thermal orbits relative to the sun, will continue to be useful to science to understand and explain the thermal engine of the solar system. It discusses how the discovery of those planetary thermal orbits by Kepler and Newton revolutionized the understanding of the solar system and how since then they have provided the foundation for its study, measurement and even exploration.
However, the chapter further discusses how that useful discovery, ironically, had somewhat hindered the further advancement of science, as astronomers since then have assumed that the thermal orbits were also the gravitational orbits of planets. That assumption had masked the possible existence of a second different set of true orbits for each planet, which the bubbles concept identifies as the mentioned gravitational planetary orbits. Specifically, it points out that while the knowledge of the planetary thermal orbits, based primarily on the apparent movement of the planets around the sun, had been so beneficial; the assumption that they were also the gravitational orbits has sidetracked astronomers in their quest to explain gravity based on the same orbits. Consequently, they have launched the search for the elusive assumed gravitons, which they had invented, hindering the search for other explanations of the gravitational balance observed.
The above is followed by an expanded explanation of why the planetary gravitational orbits would be circular and why planets would navigate them at constant speeds, contrary to the assumptions of present astronomy. Answering objections to the possible existence of gravitational orbits on which planets travel at constant speeds, the chapter poses the question: if planets accelerate their speed when near the sun, why then very precise clocks time the same length for days, hours, minutes and seconds throughout the year, regardless of their distance to the sun. The chapter concludes stating that the assumed change of speed of planets on their thermal orbits, not matched by the evidence, is an indication that the present frame of reference of planetary orbits is out of zinc with the true gravitational orbits and that scientists are ignoring the evidence available right in front of their own eyes... at all times.
Chapter 23 starts by discussing further why the planetary gravitational orbits would be circular and why the planets would travel at a constant speed, even when their known thermal orbits appear to be elliptical. It clarifies and explains why planetary circular orbits seen or resolved from any frame of reference other than the north pole of an imaginary sphere traced around each orbit would render apparent elliptical orbits. It adds and explains why seeing or resolving an inherently circular orbit from a perspective rendering them elliptical would give the apparent impression that planets accelerate at certain points of it. It offers an example of seeing a wall clock from different frames of reference to explain the apparent change of speed of planets on those apparent elliptical orbits.
The chapter then discusses why although Kepler and Newton assumed the planetary gravitational orbits were elliptical, still their math worked. In addition, it discusses the basic difference between the work of those scientists, based on observation, and the 'Standard' model's pseudo-scientific approach based on a-priori evolutionary assumptions and narratives plus the desire to prove those correct. It points out that the "Standard' approach and narrative doesn't work, as it is based on primitive conclusions, poor evidence and innumerable assumptions and questions marks. It re-states that still the 'Standard' Model -and those on their payroll- have the audacity of claiming a monopoly as the only entity that can invent, decide and decree how the universe works.
Towards its end, discussing why there would be two sets of planetary orbits -one apparent and one real- the chapter explains that if the thermal and gravitational orbits of the planets would overlap, there wouldn’t be changing seasons and climate in earth would be more extreme and perhaps not suitable for life.
Finally, it clarifies that the gravitational center of the solar system in the view of the bubbles concept would be the barycenter of its space-mass, the solar system's bubble of energy, and not the barycenter of its mass alone or its space alone.