Secrets of the Sun
A PBS NOVA TV documentary, “Secrets of the Sun”, was aired in 2012. It made clear the primary features of the Sun are still secrets from modern science. In spite of at least seven space probes devoted to studying the Sun, none of its “secrets” have been revealed.
The Four Secrets of the Sun
1. The cause of Sun Spots
2. The cause of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs)
3. The elemental composition of Sun.
4. The temperature on the surface of the Sun is only about 6,000 K, while the upper atmosphere (corona) reaches millions of degrees K.
Two aspects of Cyclic Catastrophism explain the true answers to all four ‘Secrets’. They involve two planets, Jupiter and priori-Mars (Mars before it lost its solid core, Mercury, in 687 BC), from which an uncountable number of bodies were ejected between 3700 and 687 BC and are still falling into the Sun.
The Cause of Sun Spots and CMEs
The event that triggered 3,000 years of Cyclic Catastrophism was the creation of proto-Venus from a super high energy impact on Jupiter, less than 6,000 years ago. This impact into Jupiter’s solid, hydrogen-rich, Methane Gas Hydrate surface resulted in an unimaginably large fusion explosion, the heavy elements of which rebounded to form the super-hot planet called Venus today. This impact also resulted in a great plasma jet that shot from the impact crater more than a million km in space from the fast spinning Jupiter, which diminished over some six millennia as proven by a drawing of Jupiter dated around 1200 AD. As the jet shot outward it froze into icy bodies, creating the Galilean Moons and the entire main asteroid belt, just in the last 6,000 years. Many such icy bodies, of the same composition, were ejected into highly eccentric orbits, with a large range of inclinations, which are rarely observed. As a resuklt, their orbits have a cyclic component with a periodicity similar to Jupiters’, of 11 years. As their orbits have decayed, many of these large bodies have penetrated the solar atmosphere and impacted the Sun’s surface. These impacts cause the sunspots and splash the surface material into space, just as any impact does, resulting in the so-called ‘Coronal Mass Ejections’. Note that the sunspot maximums and minimums also have a periodicity of 11 years. Scientists already know that the material within sun spots is moving downward at some 3,000 km/second, that they have magnetic ‘signatures’ like the main belt asteroids, and that the spectra of water are found exclusively in them, but because they fail to recognize the recent Cyclic Catastrophism, they cannot imagine that such a large number of bodies, which have caused all the sunspots and the CMEs observed in the last few centuries, could be invisibly orbiting in the solar system. As a result, they have spent billions trying to show that magnetic fields from inside the Sun are the origin of Sun Spots.
High Temperature of the Solar Corona
As discussed in a number of my posts, the rampaging proto-Venus ejected an ancient planet, priori-Mars, from its original, Venus-like orbit into one that intersected the orbit of the Earth. As result, priori-Mars repeatedly orbited close to the Earth (only about 34,000 km from the surface), and as it did, it suffered innumerable internal convulsions due to alignments (occultations of) the Moon, Sun, proto-Venus and combinations of them. These resulted in the ejection of an enormous mass of rock from its interior, as indicated by comparing its size today with its size in 1350 BC ( See Proof … post). A small fraction of this ejected mass forms a two km thick layer of regolith, including the bodies which formed the maria, which covers the near side of the Moon, the entire regolith on Mercury, and all the meteorites found, and those, as yet unrecognized, on the Earth. However, infinitely more of this invisible rocky material has fallen and is falling into the Sun. However, because the rocks are only from 20 km to dust size, they do not penetrate to the Suns surface and burn up in the Sun’s atmosphere, creating localized hot spots which reach millions of degrees for short periods of time, which scientists call the corona. Their localized, non-uniform distribution, shown in the figure at the left, characterizes the random nature of these burn-ups. Because of their small size and wide range of orbital inclinations they are also unobservable, but their numbers are unimaginably large.
The Composition of the Sun
One of the most common types of meteorites from priori-Mars, which fall to Earth are carbonaceous chondrites. By studying the spectra of the solar radiation, scientists have found that they show similar composition as these common meteorites on Earth. Based on this similarity, they have come to the conclusion that these meteorites are the primordial material, which pervades the solar system and conclude they are the material from which the entire solar system formed! The problem with this whole line of thought is that the spectra on which this is based are absorption lines. Dark absorption lines are due to the elements in the solar atmosphere, which ‘subtract’ their spectra from the Sun’s emitted light. Therefore they do not indicate the makeup of the Sun itself. Of course they agree with the composition of the carbonaceous chondrite meteorites! because the same material, blasted from priori-Mars, has been falling into the Sun’s atmosphere for the last 6,000 years.