Wednesday, October 31, 2007
These hair follicle patterns would be laid down in utero (Wunderlich, RC, Heerema, NA: Hair crown patterns of human newborns. Studies on parietal hair whorl locations and their directions. Clin Pediatr 1975, 14: 1045–1049, ISI ChemPort ) and since newborns come with both hair whorls and fingerprints the patterns are laid down early.
Oddly the only areas where patterned skin ridges exist are in the palms of hands and soles of feet where nerve bundles are concentrated.
If this hypothesis were true you would see variations in fingerprints based on nerve disorders and that evidence exists;
© Kamla-Raj 2007 Anthropologist, 9(1): 63-66 (2007)
Digital Dermatoglyphics in Leprosy
P.E.Natekar* and F. M. DeSouza
Department of Anatomy, Goa Medical College, Bambolim403202, Goa, India
*Telephone: (O) 0832-2458701-09 Ext.2250, (R) 0832-2458787 (M) 09326150001
KEYWORDS Finger Print Pattern. Total Finger Ridge Count. Absolute Finger Ridge Count. Leprosy
ABSTRACT Finger print patterns of 150 leprosy patients (100 paucibacillary and 50 multibacillary leprosy) were compared with 100 controls matched accordingly. The finger print pattern such as whorls, loops, arches, total finger ridge count (TFRC) and absolute finger ridge count (AFRC) were calculated. These dermatoglyphic parameters were compared to that of the controls. It was observed that the finger print pattern showed increase in the whorls and decrease in the loops in paucibacillary leprosy patients and increase in the loops and decrease in whorls in multibacillary leprosy patients (p<0.001) which is highly significant when compared to that of the control. The difference in the mean TFRC and AFRC in paucibacillary and multibacillary was also found to be highly significant (p<0.001) when it was compared to the control.
Are we simply looking at magnetic field steering in biology? Interesting question.
Monday, October 29, 2007
I happened to be looking at an old research paper regarding magnetic fields within the human body from 1980. It concluded that hair follicles aligned and hair whorls (cowlicks) were the result of magnetic field alignments.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA
Vol. 77, No. 3, pp. 1447-1451, March 1980
Magnetic fields produced by steady currents in the body
(steady magnetic field/direct current/steady potentials/hair follicle)
DAVID COHEN*, YORAM PALTIt, B. NEIL CUFFIN*, AND STEPHEN J. SCHMID**
…”Because the scalp surface is relatively planar, the arrows
of Fig. 2 indicate only source currents (no volume currents). The
source must involve the thriving hair follicles, not only because
this dcMF (DC Magnetic Field) is absent where these follicles are absent, but also
because the general arrow pattern (Fig. 2) was found to coincide
with the common tilt pattern of the hair follicles of the scalp
(15, 16); this includes the occasional whorl (Fig. 2A). Stated
otherwise, the arrows coincide with the projection of the follicles
onto the scalp surface; the arrows point "into" the follicles. The
source associated with each follicle can therefore be considered
as a current dipole pointing along the follicle into the root and
located either within or near the follicle. If within, then this
source could be, for example, equivalent to a polarized layer
lining the follicle, with negative charges on the inside.”…
That is interesting all to itself, but it got me wondering if those who suffer from dyslexia may have different formal patterns of hair follicle whorls in their scalp than non-dyslexics. My son has dyslexia and he has hair whorls that are different from other family members.
It is amazing that the extremely small magnetic field of a human scalp could steer hair growth.
And that brought me to this equally bizarre study;
Excess of counterclockwise scalp hair-whorl
rotation in homosexual men
A M A R J . S . K L A R *
Ijamsville, MD 21754, USA
While most men prefer women as their sexual partners, some are bisexual and others are homosexuals. It has been debated
for a long time whether a person’s sexual preference is innate, learned, or due to a combination of both causes.
It was recently discovered that the human right-versus-left-hand use preference and the direction of scalp hair-whorl
rotation develop from a common genetic mechanism. Such a mechanism controls functional specialization of brain
hemispheres. Whether the same mechanism specifying mental makeup influences sexual preference was determined
here by comparing hair-whorl rotation in groups enriched with homosexual men with that in males at large. Only a
minority of 8.2% (n = 207) unselected ‘control’ group of males had counterclockwise rotation. In contrast, all three
samples enriched with homosexual men exhibited highly significant (P < 0.0001), 3.6-fold excess (29.8%, n = 272)
counterclockwise rotation. These results suggest that sexual preference may be influenced in a significant proportion
of homosexual men by a biological/genetic factor that also controls direction of hair-whorl rotation.
[Klar A. J. S. 2004 Excess of counterclockwise scalp hair-whorl rotation in homosexual men J. Genet. 83, 251–255]
If there is any truth at all to these studies it is interesting to think that magnetic fields not only steer the formation of galaxies, but trickle right down to the pattern your hair follicles grow in.
It would appear that the answer to the ultimate question of; the universe, life and everything is simply magnetic fields.
Magnetic fields have to be reconsidered, for although being weak forces it appears they have tremendous steering power.
If this data is anything more than anecdotal a half dozen or more studies pop to mind.
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Imagine the spherical magnet is our sun and the larger magnet I am holding is the galactic magnetic plane.
For simplicity I will oscillate the galactic magenetic field up and down. In reality it is the solar system moving up and down through the galactic magnetic plane.
So it appears the sun's rotation could be a direct result of it's orbit oscillating up and down through the galactic magnetic field.
Do the planents of our solar system rotate due an interaction with the sun's magnetic plane, or the galaxies magnetic plane? I am going to assume a trickle down affect and the galaxy affects the sun, and the sun affects the planets.
Monday, October 22, 2007
(ie: Hurricanes rotate in a circular pattern, within a magnetic field, water is a conductor, and we know they produce electrical energy in the form of lightening. Why shouldn’t a hurricane have a weak magnetic field?)
So if a hurricane has a weak magnetic field it would move within the earth’s magnetic field lines in a very specific manner, or at least be influenced in its movement in a very specific manner by the earth’s magnetic field lines.
The earth’s magnetic field lines move in relationship to the surface because earth’s rotational axis and magnetic axis are not the same, but these two axis’ stay within a certain tolerance of each other. This would account for the “general” targeting of Gulf coast hurricanes rather than specific targeting.
Here is a model of earth’s magnetic field lines. I imagine the field lines move and shift marginally over time with stronger and weaker areas of magnetic force. Overall the field stays within tolerance of this model. The stronger magnetic forces towards the poles, the weaker forces to the equator. This image represents a snapshot in time. (these images are proposed magnetic field line models)
If a hurricane moving eastwards towards the Gulf coast has a magnetic field of its own, its course would be influenced every time it crossed one of the earth’s magnetic field lines. Sooner or later it would steer northwards.
Notice the number of and congestion of magnetic field lines running through North America and the Gulf Coast area.
You can actually see “hurricane alley” and “tornado alley”. In addition the coriolis effect (eastward arcing) of hurricanes tracking just outside of hurricane alley would be enhanced as it reached the strong magnetic field line running along the Eastern Canadian coastline, steering the hurricane out to sea.
The US Department of Defense offers this model of earth’s magnetic field lines;
At first glance this relationship seems to exist.
Possibly, when the earth’s magnetic field reverses the Gulf coast will no longer be a magnetic steering area for hurricanes.
Saturday, October 20, 2007
Here is a bizarre little fact about water; Weak magnetic fields (15 mT) have also been shown to increase the evaporation rate. [L. Holysz, A. Szczes and E. Chibowski, Effects of static magnetic field on water and electrolyte solutions, J. Coll. Interface Sci. (2007) Article in press, doi:10.1016/j.jcis.2007. 08.026..]
And we know that the earth’s magnetic field is weakening prior to the field reversing;
If water evaporates better in low magnetic fields you would expect more droughts as the earth’s magnetic field weakens.
January 10, 2005
BOULDER- The percentage of Earth's land area stricken by serious drought more than doubled from the 1970s to the early 2000s, according to a new analysis by scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). Widespread drying occurred over much of Europe and Asia, Canada, western and southern Africa, and eastern Australia. Rising global temperatures appear to be a major factor, says NCAR's Aiguo Dai, lead author of the study.
Would more evaporated water in earth's atmosphere produce a warming blanket?
Maybe it isn’t cosmic rays condensing water with their passing, but simply more water evaporating due to a weakening magnetic field.
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Do you see any similarity between these shapes;
The one on the left is a photo of a spiral galaxy.
The shapes almost overlay perfectly.
The one on the right is ferrofluid (magnetic particles suspended in a liquid) exposed to a 25Hz magnetic field during an MIT experiment. The magnetic field is axial and the pattern rotates and evolves over time.
I simply flipped the ferrofluid image horizontally and rotated it to alignment. The same result could be achieved by the reversal of the DC charge in the experiment.
You can view the 2002 MIT experiment here on YouTube;
So does this mean that rotation and galactic formation are simply a byproduct of magnetic fields and that gravity is not the primary mover, simply another aspect of magnatism?
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Since it is all theory, I would like to ask a question?
Could a pulsar simply be a star which is reversing its magnetic poles very quickly?
Living rurally I am very aware of the electromagnetic signature of electricity reversing direction in an electric animal fence. As you drive by you can hear the electromagnetic signature on your AM radio popping with each surge of current.
With that in mind I would look towards our sun for an electromagnetic signature change when it changes poles every 11 years. Is there an electromagnetic “pop” of some duration as the sun’s poles reverse? Does the profile of our sun’s electromagnetic “pop” mimic that of a pulsar only much slower? Thirdly, are pulsars simply stars reversing their poles very, very quickly?
From the Iron Sun debate only one thing comes to mind. For the sun to be fusion cored it would have to be a pure hydrogen/helium giant. What are the chances of a gravitational body being pure anything? Common sense tells me there is a core made of heavier materials than helium and hydrogen, which would have sunk to the core of the sun, based on their density.
Possibly neither debate is fully correct, but a combination of the two.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
- 365 degrees galactic year
- ~122 degrees full solar galactic oscillation occurs
- ~61 degrees solar systems crosses the galactic plane
- ~28 degrees Earths wobble and the seasons
- ~14 degrees Sun’s degree of oscillation to the galactic plane
- ~6 degrees solar systems variation to galactic plane
- 1 degree of solar magnetic field line variance Earth reverses magnetic field
- 0 degrees largest massive extinction on Earth every ~225 million years. Start of new galactic year.
That is the whole enchilada. Kind of makes a nice symmetry doesn’t it. Earthy events can be plotted for every one of those points and their convergence from Earth's geologic record.
God!!! I just boiled down everything in the galaxy to eight lines of information. Talk about reducing intelligent thought into pabulum.
Monday, October 8, 2007
The Earth's magnetic field is attributed to a dynamo effect of circulating electric current, but it is not constant in direction. Rock specimens of different age in similar locations have different directions of permanent magnetization. Evidence for 171 magnetic field reversals during the past 71 million years has been reported.
1. The earth is a giant electromagnet. The power for this electromagnet comes from the solar winds that are composed of protons and neutrons that collect at either pole and the flowing electrons power the earth’s electromagnet field.
Why do I think that? There has to be evidence in nature to support my theory. Lets look at an actual magnetic field of a bar magnet. This is done by placing a bar magnetic under a piece of paper that has iron filings on it. It looks like this; (we have all done this as children)
Each one of those lines of magnetic field is in opposition to the next, each repelling the next in both directions. You cannot help but notice there is space between the magnetic field lines.
Now think in solar and galactic terms and the space between the magnetic field lines are immense. If the earth was an electromagnet as I theorize every time it crossed a magnetic field line its polarity would reverse. Just like this;
There is a ton of math I have to do to prove this but my pictorial example shows how earths orbit remains steady, but as the suns angle changes over millions of years the earth would shift through the magnetic field lines.
The math involves the sun’s orbital speed around the galaxy, the speed the sun oscillates up and down in its orbit of the galaxy, the distance covered in latitude, and some other items I will have to think about. But I will bet you the answer is that the earth crosses one of sun’s magnetic field lines every 415,205 years. When it crosses the line the magnetic field reverses just like any good electromagnet that is in repulsion mode.
The math will also reveal the distance between the sun’s lines of magnetism which will lead to other answers.
This animation depicts our sun’s change in;
Bo - the heliographic latitude of the centre of the disk,
Lo - the heliographic longitude of the centre of the disk,
P - the position angle of the north end of the axis of rotation and the apparent diameter of the Sun.
What if the sun varies very little and it is just the angle we view the sun from that is changing?
What if the equator of the sun stays nearly aligned with some galactic constant whether it be magnetic, or mass related, while our view of the Sun varies from the degree of variation of earth’s orbit to that galactic constant?
I believe that our solar systems orbit is 63 degrees out of alignment with the galactic plane.
As the earth moved up and down it would appear the sun’s equator was moving, when in reality only the observers perspective was changing.
To compound it even further… I wonder if the Sun’s core rotation is aligned with a galactic constant, while it’s outer layer rotation is more affected by the planets, and what we see in outer layer rotation is simply the harmonic pattern between the alignment of the sun to the galactic constant versus planetary rotational tug on the outer layer.
This would mean that the pattern of planets orbiting our sun could cause interaction between the sun’s core and outer layer. These variations would cause solar cycles. And when a planetary alignment occurs it offers more or less correction bringing the sun’s core and outer layer into better or worse alignment.
Is this the reason for the Maunder Minimum? A planetary alignment that resulted in a rotational correction to the sun’s outer layer that was very good.
This would mean it is the width of the planetary alignment that defines potential adjustment, distance which defines the adjustment power, AND the degree of correction (or error) imparted to the sun’s outer layer bringing it into better alignment with the galactic constant?
If you are old enough to remember adjusting points in your car’s distributor it is very similar. The closer you aligned the points to that sweet spot the better the engine ran. It is all a matter of your hand imparting correction to the points. This correlates to the planets constantly adjusting the sun’s “points” in and out of that sweet spot, and some adjustments are better than others.
Since the planets are very cyclic these corrections can be plotted and solar activity predicted. We have noticed the pattern, but have not identified the cause.
Do I have a potential cause?
Sunday, October 7, 2007
Our solar system orbits the Milky Way galaxy. The “number crunchers” of our age tell us it takes ~225 million years for our solar system to make a single orbit.
We are also told that the orbit oscillates 2.7 times during that orbit above and below the galactic plane (densest part of the galaxy) by 24 degrees latitude.
We are also told that the galactic orbit is elliptical (oval), and that would mean we rotate closer and further away from the galactic core.
Now for the experiment.
If the solar system oscillates above and below the the galactic plane 2.7 times in its orbit, that means it happens every ~83 million years [ (225/2.7=83.3) ].
Now to achieve an oscillation you cross the galactic plane twice. Our solar system crosses once diving down and then once again on the way up to return to the starting point. So this means a galactic plane crossing every 41.6 million years [ 83.3/2=41.6) ].
Alright, now let’s look at Earth’s geologic record which records events in the scale of millions of years. What happens every ~41.6 million years? Let’s look at mass animal extinctions for that is a large pattern and people love to rubber neck disaster.
The above graph depicts mass animal extinctions on Earth and do you notice a pattern of how frequently they happen? Yes, it happens around every ~41.6 million years.
So now we know crossing the galactic equator is dangerous.
But I bet you want to know why it is more dangerous at certain times than at other times.
The answer is quite simple. Our solar system orbits the galaxy in an elliptical (oval) orbit. Sometimes when we cross the galactic plane we are farther from the galactic barycenter (rotational point of the galaxy), but closer to the galactic core (largest concentration of mass) than others.
The closer you are to the galactic core the closer you are to more mass and the more mass the greater the gravitational influence. The more gravitational influence the more it affects Earth’s climate as this additional gravity affects our sun. The more the Earth’s climate varies the more animals go extinct.
It comes down to the chances of walking across a busy highway at 3:00 in the afternoon versus 3:00 in the morning and how that relates to your chances of being run down.
So within that ~225 million year orbit there should be one area of mass extinction where it peaks, where the galactic plane crossings occur when the solar system is closest to the galactic core.
I suppose you can see from the mass animal extinction graph above this works with the ebb and flow of our elliptical galactic orbit. Every ~225 million years mass animal extinctions peak.
The good news is that we just completed that “worst” crossing ~45 million years ago, and we are moving away from it. In ~30 million years there will another mass extinction, but less severe than the last one.
It is as predictable as the sun rising in the morning.
The best part is that these same principles work at both the galactic level and the smaller scale of our solar system which has its own mass and changes in gravity due to variances of the “solar core” and “solar barycenter” (a point just outside the solar core). This makes it possible to predict approximate climate change on Earth.
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Lines represent major planetary alignments
Note: when the distance is short from the sun it takes multiple events
When you look at many of the cooling periods on the overall temperature chart some are staggered or dramatically stepped. These would correspond to quick minor alignments followed back to back.
The next major alignment is in the year 2040 and if it follows what I have found it will be a dramatic cooling.
This should produce a cooling effect similar to the one in 332 AD, possibly a little steeper for the greater the distance from the sun the alignment occurs the larger the cooling affect on Earth. In 2040 the alignment degrees will be .5 degrees wider, but the relative distance will be 11 greater. A very similar ballpark to 332 AD.
These alignments affect the sun’s energy production as related to sunspots.
If temperatures do drop to the extent predicted it will be very unpleasant.
Monday, October 1, 2007
In my theory the planets would have to be aligned just prior to the sunspot cessation and all pulling on the Sun in the same direction for this to happen.
On August 3rd, 1642 this is how the planets were aligned;
August 3, 1642
Imagine the yellow circle is a loose fitting bottle cap and the line is your hand moving forward and rotating the bottle cap. That is exactly what the planets did to the Sun in 1642. It was a shearing force that accelerated the Sun’s rotation on its axis. The force is multiplied when the planets align like this.
Within days/months sunspot activity had ceased on the Sun in 1642 and Earth entered a cooling period. The period is known as the Maunder Minimum, but better known as the “little ice age”.
On September 8th, 2040 the planets will align again in a similar fashion and Earth will once again begin a cooling cycle.
September 8, 2040
In this depiction it is the same bottle cap only you are pulling your hand towards the cap and it spins off. In the solar world since the sun is just spinning free, the energy is imparted to its rotational speed.
How does this stop sunspots? The additional speed makes the sun spin 3-4% faster on its axis. This little bit of energy is all that is needed to stabilize the relationship between the Sun’s inner core and outer shell. When it stabilizes no more sunspots. No sunspots and the Earth cools.
Now the little burst of rotational energy does not last long and the Sun's rotationa slows down again, and Earth starts a new warming cycle.
This cycle repeats over and over, and depending on how the planets line up different levels of rotational energy are imparted to the Sun making some cooling periods a bit longer than others but there are long term patterns of warming and cooling based on planetary motion and alignment.
If nothing else; come 2040 we may be happy to have a marginal greenhouse effect in place to help mitigate the next little ice age.