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Topic: Sun Referance
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Sun Referance
Posted: Dec 12, 2012 4:13 PM
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What is true is that Earth has a referance on The Milky Way Galaxy and
so what does that necessarily imply? It implies that objects in orbit
around Earth have a Sun referance... I admit that I'm not in orbit
around the Earth's Sun referance but what legitimate claim does
anybody else have given the high level of access needed in the
decision making process?... Either ISS or The Moon (or Hubble) is The
Earth's Sun referance... That does explain why other people are more
obsessed over The Moon than I am. The Earth and The Moon revolve about
each other is a factor that cannot be neglected for the powers that be
if they maintain that referance... All things considered, Mars has a
Sun referance given that circumstance and more importantly because...
The Moon, Mercury, and Venus is a three body anomaly... The Moon can
have an impulse magnetic field from Mercury being in conjunction with
the Earth-Moon system... The Earth's atmosphere absorbs the potential
effect of Mercury being in conjunction... The Earth's magnetic field
is not affected by Mercury's alignment. It seems cleaner to believe
that the orbit of Venus charges the impulse field of The Moon... That
is my previous speculation on the event.

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