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The Sun.

Skeptics can say that they don't care about the planets and the Moon.
I agree that it is a bit hard to see how they affect us.

But can we imagine life without the Sun

 One of the most impressive global transmitters of planetary gravity waves of all frequencies is the Sun.

Skeptics do not deny that the Sun is the celestial body without which we can't imagine our life. Main stream science dedicate a lot of time and money to the study of it.

The physical effect of the Sun on our life is enormous. The Sun gives us day and night, warmth, and seasonal changes. Scientists understand that on one hand the Sun really defines our life on many levels. On another hand, they are still not sure to what extent. Scientists have theories and beliefs in regards to how much the solar activity affects human life but they don’t know for sure.

The Sun is a complex celestial body. It is a nearly perfect sphere of plasma, with internal convective motion that generates a magnetic field via a dynamo process. The solar plasma is a mix of gases. These gases just like our atmosphere or the ocean experience tides being gravitationally affected by planets surrounding the Sun. It’s no secret. Scientists are actually studying it and it's simply a common sense.

Planetary gravitational pulls produces waves in the solar gases. It works just like in the case of the lunar tides in the ocean and Earth’s atmosphere.

Planetary tides on the Sun are actually noticed and studied by mainstream science. The results of correlation between sunspots and planetary tides are inconclusive so far. However the scientists do not deny the fact that they might be related. 

One of the most famous works had been done by professor Alexander Chizhevsky, a Russian interdisciplinarity scientist (Sunspots and Human Behavior).

Percy Seymour, the famous British astronomer, has done a lot of work studying the mechanism of the Sun’s transmission and amplification of planetary influences. According to his research the Sun’s twisted magnetic field, being disturbed by a gravitational pull of a Planet produces a wave that is moving inside a magnetic channel, parallel to the Sun’s equator. When the speed of that wave matches the speed of a sub-planetary point of a given planet, the tide due to the influence of this planet will be considerably magnified, which eventually makes the magnetic tube rise to the Sun’s surface and produce active sunspots and outbursts of solar wind.


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