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Unread postby perpetual motion » Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:20 pm

http://www.universetoday.com/133050/a-f ... lutoshine/

This could not be possible at that distance from the sun, as there could not be enough electrons left
in this solar emission to start a chain reaction to create light around an object.
I would still favor my approach as to these invisible magnetic field lines are the power lines to these
planets, thus creating their own light, so to be. Thus to dislodge one of these objects from these
field lines would take a force beyond our imagination.
These field lines and the power that they are carrying are invisible to our "electricity based sensors"
which are man made, because if the sensors were plasma induced, they might just get the right (particle)
arrangement that they are looking for. Since they can not control this plasma it will be a long time coming
before science figures this one out.
Also, these field lines must be stacked one on top of thee other to be this strong to hold these planets
to where they are presently orbiting.
Therefore, this is not gravity, it is all magnetic in nature.
perpetual motion
 
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