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The Two-Frequencies Model of the Solar Planetary System formation

Posted on February 26, 2015 by Herman E. Dolder
Updated on July 27, 2015 by Herman E. Dolder

This is a draft of a forthcoming article which will introduce the Two-Frequencies Model (2FM). The purpose of the draft is to organize and show some images and information in advance.

Two Standing Waves were found in all cases, and its frequencies were determined automatically by means of an algorithm.

The planets and moons are located in Standing Waves "nodes" (in the nodes the vibration power is zero and in the "antinodes" the vibration power is maximum).

The antinodes and the nodes are peaks and valleys of vibration power that produce "Bobsled Tracks" for the planets and the moons. The amplitudes of the Bobsled Tracks allow eccentric orbits.

The Oscillation/Vibration Power of a Sine wave

Top: a Sine wave
Bottom: Its Oscillation power

Sun Near Planets

Sun Far Planets
in Red the Near Planets zone and in Green the Asteroids Belt

Jupiter Near Moons

Jupiter Far Moons

Saturn Near Moons

Saturn Far Moons

Uranus Near Moons

Uranus Far Moons

Neptune Near Moons

Neptune Far Moons

Mars Moons

Mars is included only for information.

Pluto Moons

Source

High Frequency
(HF) NEAR

Low Frequency
(LF) FAR

HF / LF

Sun

0.003521 Hz

0.000287 Hz

12.27

Jupiter

1.218324 Hz

0.084027 Hz

14.50

Saturn

2.162069 Hz

0.061359 Hz

35.24

Uranus

3.001501 Hz

0.046625 Hz

64.10

Neptune

13.23528 Hz

0.035869 Hz

368.99

Pluto

19.617567 Hz

Mars

22.357215 Hz


References

  1. T he complex planetary synchronization

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