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03 October 2008 @ 08:20 pm
The heliopause and the Kuiper Belt  
Has the sun stopped caring?

Changes to the strength of the solar wind (solar output) as they effect the expansiveness of the heliosheath and location of the heliopause were announced two tuesday s ago here http://www.nasa.gov/news/media/newsaudio/index.html. This definitely entails that astrophysicists have not been able to mathematize the newly compiled data for use in prospective gravitational computer modelings....this may take a decade or two . There is an as yet unpublished astrophysics paper that was first presented during 2004 which provided strong evidence that the sun's plasma conveyor belt will stop moving in the near future (now). .br> The slowing of the equatorial plasma belt of the sun (concomitant reduction of sunspot activity) is a product of cyclical changes in its mass and consequently its gravity. the slowing of the plasma conveyor belt means the sun is retaining more energy, gaining weight, and this entails an expansion of the impact of its gravity. The enhancement of Kuiper belt activity is thus very likely.
2027- 2029 (Apophis, the moon, and a meteoric year) the current math is a little off because it does not include changes in the mood of the sun.

Dr. Dewpoint is also actively monitoring. Several expert published solar physicis papers are footnoted in his latest column:

The properties of earth's solar orbit, and its sister bodies, are responding to the sun's physical changes that are compositing its gravitational affects.

Robert Frost "Fireflies in the Garden"

Here come real stars to fill the upper skies,
And here on earth come emulating flies,
That though they never equal stars in size,
(And they were never really stars at heart)
Achieve at times a very star-like start.
Only, of course, they can't sustain the part
: righteous brothers