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Fluffy Mystery at Edge of Solar System Solved - Signs of Solar Systemic Evolution? - Links and Commentary

We have heard several times that our solar system is passing through an area of space that is different in energetic composition than that which we are familiar with. This has been a common line of conversation within the alternative communityso common in fact that many of us may believe that this is merely an assertion of alternative science. However, this concept of the changing energetics of space actually originated in mainstream science, and we are about to find out where.

For 30 plus years, the Voyager 1 space probe has been drifting away from our solar system and gradually entering interstellar space. This probe has given us our first ("first") glimpses of the composition of space beyond the heliosheath and has given scientists new understanding of just how diverse the energetic makeup of space can be.

Multiple scientific sources (as well as alternative sources) agree that the the solar system's entrance into this new region of space is the cause of multiple changes we are seeing throughout our solar system. Planets are heating up, auroras and planetary rings are growing in size, consistency, and visibility, and climates on multiple planets are changing drastically. It seems that whatever the nature of this new area of space is, it is higher in energetic composition than our current position.

As we know, our galaxy is rotating at what scientists believe to be a mostly constant rate. As this rotation progresses, various changes can occur. The interesting anomaly about this rotation is that there is an energetic aspect of space which does not seem to move with the rotating matter such as planets, stars, and trace gasses. This energetic matrix has been discussed by various researchers and seems to be a rare topic of discussion if it is discussed at all. However, examination of these phenomenon may explain what we are currently seeing in our solar system.

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One other aspect of galactic rotation which has baffled various researchers is that the material components to the galaxy all seem to rotate at the same rate. In other words, the material galaxyfor the most partseems to rotate as a single unit instead of as many separate components. There are various theories which hold their various explanations as to why this is.

Mainstream astronomy has claimed that this anomalous rate of uniformed rotation is due to the existence of dark matter enacting force on the galactic cloud and causing it to rotate more uniformly than conventional models suggest. Alternatively, flat-Earthers assert that the galactic rotation is uniform because it is fake and that the universe is a projection on the surface of an impenetrable dome from which none of us can escape. However, the truth appears to be neither of these.

Nature has a way of creating numerous iterations of geometric patterns. These patterns are commonly known as sacred geometry , and given how often these patterns manifest in virtually every organism and collective of organisms, it would seem plausible that this geometric order would be evident in the cosmos. We see clear geometric design in planets, geological formations, and in the design of every plant and animal on planet Earth. It would make sense that this same geometric order would manifest in some form in the vastness of the cosmos, and in fact it does.

A number of scientists as well as observant researchers have discovered the geometric nature of galaxies beyond the generic and provably inaccurate spiral we have been taught in school. Astronomical photography of galaxies in deep space actually reveal galaxies are not simply spiral in shape. Many galaxies are actually comprised of spiral formations within geometric structures. This might seem strange to those who have not seen the actual photographic data. However, those who have will be well familiar with this phenomenon.

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It could very well be that as the galaxy rotates and various stars and planets rotate through certain areas within this geometry, that the stars and planets experience various energetic shifts. In other words, space may not be energetically homogeneous. As the Milky Way rotates, solar systems may move through areas of higher and lower energy. If this is the case, this may explain what our solar system is currently experiencing. This is actually one of the working theories of many researchers today, and compared to the head-scratching predicament which mainstream scientists are currently participating in, I would say this new theory is a good place to start.

Time and further research will tell what the nature of this region of space truly is. Until then, it's anyone's guess.


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Source: Space

Published: December 23, 2009

By: Space.com Staff

Image: Artist's rendering depicts the Voyager 2 spacecraft as it studies the outer limits of the heliosphere - a magnetic 'bubble' around the Solar System that is created by the solar wind. Scientists observed the magnetic bubble is not spherical, but pressed inward in the southern hemisphere.
Credit: NASA/JPL

Our solar system is passing through a cloud of interstellar material that shouldn't be there, astronomers say. And now the decades-old Voyager spacecraft have helped solved the mystery.

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The cloud is called the "Local Fluff." It's about 30 light-years wide and holds a wispy mix of hydrogen and helium atoms, according to a NASA statement released today. Stars that exploded nearby, about 10 million years ago, should have crushed the Fluff or blown it away.

So what's holding the Fluff in place?

"Using data from Voyager, we have discovered a strong magnetic field just outside the solar system," explained Merav Opher, a NASA Heliophysics Guest Investigator from George Mason University. "This magnetic field holds the interstellar cloud together ["The Fluff"] and solves the long-standing puzzle of how it can exist at all."

The Fluff is much more strongly magnetized than anyone had previously suspected," Opher said. "This magnetic field can provide the extra pressure required to resist destruction."

Opher and colleagues detail the discovery in the Dec. 24 issue of the journal Nature.

NASA's two Voyager probes have been racing out of the solar system for more than 30 years. They are now beyond the orbit of Pluto and on the verge of entering interstellar space. During the 1990s, Voyager 1 became the farthest manmade object in space.

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The Voyager craft, racing in opposite directions, have revealed among other things that the bubble around our solar system is squashed.

"The Voyagers are not actually inside the Local Fluff," Opher said. "But they are getting close and can sense what the cloud is like as they approach it."

The Fluff is held at bay just beyond the edge of the solar system by the sun's magnetic field, which is inflated by solar wind into a magnetic bubble more than 6.2 billion miles wide (10 billion km). Called the "heliosphere," this bubble protect the inner solar system from galactic cosmic rays and interstellar clouds. The two Voyagers are located in the outermost layer of the heliosphere, or "heliosheath," where the solar wind is slowed by the pressure of interstellar gas.

Voyager 1 entered the heliosheath in December 2004. Voyager 2 followed in August 2007. These crossings provided key data for the new study.

Other interstellar clouds might also be magnetized, Opher and colleagues figure. And we could eventually run into some of them.

"Their strong magnetic fields could compress the heliosphere even more than it is compressed now," according to NASA. "Additional compression could allow more cosmic rays to reach the inner solar system, possibly affecting terrestrial climate and the ability of astronauts to travel safely through space."

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Read more at: Space.com
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