New Evidence for Solar Corona Heating
Without understanding it, NASA has confirmed the cyclic catastrophism explanation, voiced numerous times on this blogsite, for the cause of the extremely high temperatures measured in the solar corona. A sounding rocket carrying EUNIS instrument has revealed that the multi-million degree temperatures detected in the corona (atmosphere) of the Sun are not due to solar flares rising from the surface, the essence of all existing hypotheses, but to a constant peppering of impulsive bursts of heating, dubbed ‘nanoflares’, too small to be resolved. The paper specifically states “The absence of significant upward velocities anywhere in the region, particularly the microflare, indicates that the pervasive Fe XIX emission is not propelled outward from the microflare site, but is most likely attributed to localized heating (not necessarily due to reconnection) consistent with the nanoflare heating model of the solar corona.” Lacking any understanding of Cyclic Catastrophism, the ‘solar science community’ will never figure out the cause of these heat impulses.
Along similar lines, in April 2014 three former astronauts announced that 26 multi-kiloton explosions due to asteroid impacts on Earth have been detected by a nuclear warning network since 2001. Based on the fact that none of these were detected prior to impact, it is estimated that ten thousand asteroids and comets, ranging in size from a few feet to 41 km, are in orbits that can pass near the Earth. The B216 Foundation is partnering with Ball Aerospace to orbit a Sentinal Infrared Space Telescope Mission to locate all bodies larger than 140 meters in diameter.
Cyclic Catastrophism, based primarily on the Rg Veda and Egyptian Heiroglyphic texts, reveals that Mars orbited the Earth in a geostationary orbit one hundred times for periods of 14.4 years (a day of Brahma) and went into an orbit of the Sun for 15.6 years (a night of Brahma) after each encounter. When the Moon, or the Sun and Moon combined, passed behind the orbiting Mars, potentially every forteen days, Mars experienced internal convulsions which blasted hot rocky bodies from hundreds of volcanoes, some of which struck the Earth and Moon, but infinitely more were scattered throughout the solar system. The potential sizes of these bodies can be determined from the multiple calderas of Olympus Mons.
To comprehend the great number of these rocky and iron bodies that are impacting the Sun, more correctly the solar atmosphere, consider tiny Mercury, Mars’ original solid core, which left Mars and entered its current orbit only 2,600 years ago. Every crater on this tiny planet, estimated at 750,000, extrapolated from a single MESSENGER photograph, was caused by the impact of bodies ejected from Mars during the period from 3717 to 687 BC. Given that the area of the Sun is 81,318 times that of Mercury, it would have experienced an estimated 60 billion impacts in the last 5,ooo years or an average of 1,400 impacts per hour. These rocky bodies, accelerated by the gravitational attraction of the Sun, attain extremely high velocities and since kinetic energy is proportional to the square of the velocity, these bodies hit the solar atmosphere with a tremendous kinetic energy which is released in an undetectably small area, creating what EUNIS scientists call ‘nanoflares’. The temperature of these impacts is measured by studying the width of the ultraviolet spectral lines, giving temperatures as high as 10 million K, but are too small to be resolved. The energy is then diffused over a larger area of the solar atmosphere, becoming visible as in the figure above.
Aside from the number of bodies ejected during the 3,000 years of Cyclic Catastrophism, what makes this source incomprehensible to modern science is its recentness. The uniformitarian paradigm, the unproveable (stupid) assumption that the planets have been in their current orbits for 4.6 billion years, has resulted in another equally poor assumption – that the planets accreted (verklebt?) from meteorites, and that those falling to Earth today are ‘left-over’ (übrig bleiben) from the original formation of the solar system. This view makes it impossible for modern science to comprehend that each nanoflare is the result of the impact of one of a small infinity of bodies still spread throughout the solar system, which resulted from the very recent Cyclic Catastrophism. This view is particularly ludicrous in light of the latest estimates of 10,000 asteroids and comets in Earth-crossing orbits.
“To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child.”
― Marcus Tullius Cicero