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From Earth, enveloped by stars in all directions, the sky looks the way it does and by day the Sun appears as if in orbit of Earth. It is said to be a stationary body however and indeed, the Sun is suspended on the cross... located on an outer spur, from where the spokes that divide the Galaxy radiate outward. The Galactic disc swirls around its nucleus but proper motion is irrelevant here. More rapid, observable and of relevance is the Sun in apparent transit of the Zodiac at a rate of some 50"p/y.

If Earth, together with our Sun, were in orbit of another star, there will be a hub and 90* perpendicular to the plane of its orbit, in the star studded canopy overhead, a pole -the still point around which, indirect motion of those stars MUST ensue.

an exercise: suspend our Sun from that spot on a tether, swing it (with velocity in compliance of the precession rate :o) suffice to say greater radius, would require greater orbital velocity. Its circuit is surrounded by the 12 constellations of the Zodiac, in turn within the greater Galaxy. That movement of the Sun induces perception of motion in the actually fixed stars, creating a pattern, discernable over long periods by tracking their shifting co-ordinates.

This is the missing reference frame and it is lacking in your binary considerations.

'The math', essentially communicating relationships, may work to all intensive purposes but relating what? a motion that does not take place -the perceived projected onto a motionless celestial body resulting in misinterpretation and the outlandish claim that our Sun orbits another star, of undisclosed location and consequently, absence of orbital and parameter data.

Ok let’s continue, changing star coordinates should attest the motion of our Sun & Earth around the (fictitious) solar mass... the Sun's current location, you'd agree, has to be part of a point in progress along the bogus orbit -already in swing, on the tether. For the surrounding Zodiac to proceed by, the way it does, the plane of orbit would have to correspond with the actual occurrence. Earth's orbit of the Sun is slightly inclined by comparison but an irrelevant detail.

The Sun, in orbit of the other star, will have to be in tandem with established star motion -discernible around the acknowledged EP, which correlates with the centre of Earth’s ecliptic orbit of the Sun. So, let’s attempt to apply this motion data to justify a binary... in order for the supposed orbital motion of our Sun to comply with the pattern of changing star co-ordinates, the location of the object in question has to be aligned on the plane of the Zodiac, between the North and South poles of the Ecliptic.

In this case, the binary mass should be easily detectable, just haul out and dust off the old spying tube... a bit of a paradox, since our Sun is already in that neighborhood but who knows perhaps its own Holy Spirit. Orbital dynamics dictate the Lost Star, as the governing force of our Sun, being an inner object and the star motion, likewise, necessitates it. The familiar planetary order from the Sun: Mercury - Venus - Earth - Mars - Jupiter - Saturn - Uranus - Neptune - Pluto thus, places the MBM drum roll... (wait for it)... Mystery Binary Mass!! in the space between our Sun and Mercury, which makes for a somewhat crowded locale -difficult to miss there...

It brings to mind ‘an aberration’, as phrased by a contemporary era professor in astronomy referring to Keplers’ structure of the SolarSystem.
Little wonder you receive flack, now a strike on ‘the empire’… truth could undermine an enterprise... the exulted clan should be weary of a gift horse ;-]

Your binary scenario suggests Earth’s axis is of relative fixed orientation and does not perform a 360* retrograde motion. The star motion data instead, complies with precession of the Earth and its axis orientation change can be witnessed in local SS motion: Sun-Earth relationship and accumulative time retardation / advance Solstice -eventually shifting the Northern hemisphere summers to December -the product of Earth rotating retrograde and presenting different topography to face the Sun.

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The Celestial Clock 318 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 20:20
Re: The Celestial Clock 129 Dr. Lew Graham 03-Sep-12 21:51
Re: The Celestial Clock 134 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 23:33
no lost star, only knowledge.. 132 hendrik dirker 06-Sep-12 16:34
Re: no lost star, only knowledge.. 86 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 03:20
Re: no lost star, only knowledge.. 138 hendrik dirker 08-Sep-12 17:52
The solar system moves 98 Walter Cruttenden 09-Sep-12 00:20
Re: The solar system moves 134 hendrik dirker 09-Sep-12 15:43
Re: The solar system moves 66 Walter Cruttenden 10-Sep-12 07:15
It is what it is 95 hendrik dirker 11-Sep-12 23:00
Re: It is what it is 120 Walter Cruttenden 12-Sep-12 04:38
Re: The Celestial Clock 87 Corpuscles 03-Sep-12 22:52
Re: The Celestial Clock 95 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 23:57
Re: The Celestial Clock 90 carolb 04-Sep-12 02:24
Re: The Celestial Clock 54 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:22
Re: The Celestial Clock 114 Nolondil 05-Sep-12 23:41
Re: The Celestial Clock 55 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 20:56
Re: Yes, I get the occasional negative response 121 Thunderbird 04-Sep-12 03:08
Luna Capture 118 Dr. Lew Graham 04-Sep-12 04:00
Re: Luna Capture 93 Thunderbird 04-Sep-12 15:51
Mythology on Luna Capture 94 Dr. Lew Graham 05-Sep-12 04:09
Re: Luna Capture 161 Audrey 05-Sep-12 04:09
Re: Yes, I get the occasional negative response 67 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:25
Re: The Celestial Clock 109 Bibhu Dev Misra 04-Sep-12 08:42
Re: The Celestial Clock 98 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:39
Re: The Celestial Clock 105 Bibhu Dev Misra 05-Sep-12 08:25
Re: The Celestial Clock 110 Walter Cruttenden 05-Sep-12 19:59
Re: The Celestial Clock 64 Sirius7237 04-Sep-12 16:11
Re: The Celestial Clock 78 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 20:32
Re: The Celestial Clock, 73 michael seabrook 05-Sep-12 21:53
Re: The Celestial Clock, 98 Walter Cruttenden 06-Sep-12 06:54
Re: The Celestial Clock, 91 michael seabrook 06-Sep-12 21:00
The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 99 Dr. Lew Graham 06-Sep-12 21:16
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 115 carolb 06-Sep-12 22:49
Explain 21 December 2012 precisely? 97 Dr. Lew Graham 06-Sep-12 23:21
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 100 michael seabrook 07-Sep-12 14:13
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 66 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 21:24
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 98 michael seabrook 08-Sep-12 12:21
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 63 Walter Cruttenden 08-Sep-12 19:34
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 108 Bibhu Dev Misra 09-Sep-12 07:37
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 50 Walter Cruttenden 10-Sep-12 07:41
Re: The Celestial Clock 88 Bibhu Dev Misra 07-Sep-12 19:17
Re: The Celestial Clock 101 Walter Cruttenden 08-Sep-12 19:27
Queastion: Earth crust displacement 107 finaltom 30-Sep-12 02:52
Re: Queastion: Earth crust displacement 115 Walter Cruttenden 30-Sep-12 21:56
Re: Queastion: Earth crust displacement 79 finaltom 30-Sep-12 23:04

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