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Frank Plooij • Boek • paperback

  • Samenvatting
    The book discusses various topics related to the solar system, the concept of a new model, and its potential applications.

    The text primarily focuses on the exploration of a new model for understanding the solar system, emphasizing the interplay of celestial bodies, distances, and time. This model diverges from traditional geocentric views and introduces the concept of frequency as a fundamental factor in the solar system's dynamics. The text discusses the significance of planetary interactions, the conversion from astronomical units to model values, and the implications for phenomena like climate change and pandemics.

    Furthermore, the text introduces the idea of a new calendar that incorporates long cycles and considers the Earth's interactions with other celestial bodies. The calendar's development is rooted in the concept of frequency within the solar system.

    The text also underscores the importance of adaptability and flexibility in the model, allowing it to cater to various needs and applications. It emphasizes the role of mathematics, constants, and measurement levels in understanding the dynamics of the solar system. The model can be valuable for scientific, economic, and cultural purposes, particularly in the context of climate change and societal challenges.

    In summary, the text discusses a novel model for comprehending the solar system, emphasizing the role of frequency and its potential applications in understanding, and addressing contemporary challenges.
  • Productinformatie
    Binding : Paperback
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 148mm x 210mm
    Aantal pagina's : 200
    Uitgeverij : Estreon
    ISBN : 9789464816013
    Datum publicatie : 12-2023
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    Table of contents

    Content 2

    Preface 2

    Introduction 3

    Table of contents 4

    Summary 6

    Chapter 1: The Solar System 7

    The Classical Flat World 8

    The Concept of a Flat Circular Earth 10

    The Discovery of the Other Side of the World 11

    Lunar calendars 14

    Is the sun the center of the solar system? 17

    Distance and time 19

    Finally 22

    Chapter 2: The Ideal System 23

    The Standard Model 25

    Forming a Theory Based on Frequency 33

    Independent and simple frequencies 35

    Grouped simple frequencies 35

    Independent combined frequencies 39

    Grouped frequencies combined 41

    Finally 45

    Chapter 3: Understanding the Solar System 47

    Distance and Time Conversion 48

    Exploring Key Ratios in Celestial Mechanics 50

    Distance to the End of the Solar System 55

    Number Theory 57

    Significance of Key Mathematical Ratios 58

    Natural Logarithms and omega 64

    Triplane and Planetary Dynamics 69

    Finally 71

    Chapter 4: A New Calendar 72

    Commencement of the Calendar 73

    The year 3000 BCE 74

    Different historical calendars 76

    The Solar Cycle Model 81

    The Calendar Template 85

    The Spectometer 87

    Finally 90

    Chapter 5: A theoretical integration 91

    The constants and the relationship between numbers. 93

    Advanced mathematics 94

    The speed of light and distances beyond 95

    More speculations 97

    The solar system in subgroups 100

    The solar system within the galaxy: 101

    Finally 102

    Chapter 6: Retrospective and Overview 104

    Theoretical Perspective 105

    The Construction 107

    Interdisciplinary Approach 108

    An Open Ending 113

    Finally 114

    Sources 115

    Constants 116

    Colophon 117

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We have introduced an alternative model of the solar system that diverges from traditional perspectives by emphasizing the role of frequencies and interrelationships while adhering to established scientific methodologies such as experimentation and validation. This alternative model is presented as an interdisciplinary approach, covering a wide range of scientific and professional realms, including physics, astronomy, medicine, meteorology, economics, sociology, environmental science, geology, and astronomy.
One notable aspect of this model is its potential practical applications in various fields. In medicine, it could be used to predict health-related risks, particularly the spread of diseases, by understanding the frequency-based dynamics of epidemics and virus mutations. The model is even linked to anthroposophist Rudolf Steiner's suggestion that solar activity, particularly within the 11-year sunspot cycle, can influence virus mutations. This insight might help predict major viral outbreaks, including pandemics like COVID-19, and explore its effects on other health conditions.
In meteorology, the model's insights could improve weather forecasting, enabling better disaster preparedness and response. The frequency-driven approach might also be applied to economics, potentially predicting economic fluctuations and crises, which could be instrumental in risk management and financial planning.
The text further explores the model's relevance to environmental science, revealing its potential to anticipate ecological changes and the impacts of climate change, thereby aiding conservation efforts and resource management. In geology, the model helps elucidate events that have shaped Earth's development, such as meteorite impacts, volcanic eruptions, and solar storm impacts.
The alternative model also has profound implications for astronomy. It not only offers an alternative conceptual framework for the solar system but provides insights into solar activity, planetary orbits, and celestial body interrelationships. This dynamic field of view positions planetoids as secondary focal points within a frequency potential framework.
Moreover, the model extends its relevance to history by linking solar activity with historical events. A calendar pattern is presented, aligning significant historical markers with solar cycles, suggesting that solar activity may have played a role in shaping historical events.
In essence, this alternative model of the solar system is a multidisciplinary and multifaceted approach that could have broad-reaching implications across various scientific and practical domains. Its focus on frequencies and interrelationships offers new perspectives on established fields, and its potential applications are vast, from healthcare and disaster management to economics and historical interpretation. It challenges traditional scientific narratives, acknowledging that acceptance and recognition in various professional realms may take time, as innovative ideas often do, but it remains an intriguing and promising area of exploration.  ×