Tag Archives: Planets

Kotov’s Method of Commensurability

Valery Kotov and colleagues  have made much study of 160 minute oscillations in a wide variety of astronomical phenomena, but especially the Sun. In some cases he uses a commensurability measure to determine the best fit values for oscillations. The … Continue reading

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When minor planets Ceres and Vesta rock the Earth into chaos

Jacques Laskar and colleagues have been leaders in the field of long term solar system planetary motion calculations. Their earlier efforts have produced calculations of the solar system motions for more than 20 million years. These motions are important because … Continue reading

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Sounds of Nature Sped Up and Slowed Down

Sound is of course vibrations which often contain various tones which are example of cycles happening rapidly. In fact we measure frequency in Hertz or cycles per second. It has always interested me to hear various recordings of natural phenomena … Continue reading

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