The New Paradigm of Cosmology: Forecasting Climate Through the Year 15,000 Into Infinity
GREENBELT, Md., June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Helen Look-Yat Taylor studied vigilantly along with her late father, Cosmologist Manhin Look-Yat, on the discovery of true planetary motions based on an orbiting sun. She took up the baton in the completion of his works upon his death in 1993, publishing the first edition of the manuscript entitled True Planetary Motions and Rhythmic Climatic Changes in late 2010. She will speak publicly for the first time on this discovery with a presentation scheduled at the Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA 18) on July 8th, 2011, at 10:15 a.m. at Maryland University, College Park campus. The general public is invited on July 10th for the science fair; the media can attend on July 8th for the presentation.
As mankind searches for the missing puzzle pieces to predictions of long-term climatic cycles, many and most of the unanswered questions will be now evident in this discovery of true planetary motions and rhythmic climatic changes. Brilliant minds like that of Galileo, Copernicus, Kepler, Milankovich, Einstein, Carl Sagan, et al. made the same mistake. None of them made their projections relative to a moving sun. True planetary motions could never have been discovered projected from a stationary sun.
Observation of the moving sun is the key to true planetary motions and long-term climatic forecasting. True planetary motions and rhythmic climatic changes have not been accurately charted as this key factor has eluded all previous astronomical thought. It has never occurred to man before to make projections based on an orbiting sun moving anti-clockwise on the inner hub of the galaxy. This observation changes everything in accurate charting of true planetary motions and cyclical climatic manifestations. This is the key to true planetary motions. Kepler’s Laws on the motions of planets in relation to the distance from the sun, velocity, perihelion, aphelion, radius vector, etc., were his laws relating to planets’ orbiting behavior, none of which is relevant to climatic forecasting based on solar orbits over thousands of years.
True gauging of long-term climatic change is still not possible via current methods. Man is still attempting to gauge and predict climate by examining ice samples and tree barks, holes in the ozone, sun flares, and most currently, carbon in the atmosphere for evidence of cyclical climate change. Global warming is nothing new in geological time. Man has not been able to gauge climatic changes based on true planetary motions for more than 6,000 years since he emerged from the last hot spell of devastation at 3500 BC. Accurate long-term climatic forecasting is finally here, based on accurate projections of this astronomical time clock discovery through geological time. The key is in the concept of an orbiting rotational sun. Man has sheer illusions in assuming the position of causing global warming on a minuscule temporary basis.
SOURCE Helen Look-Yat Taylor