The dual-core Galactic Center observed is an optical image of approximately 26,000 years ago in a time delay effect as a result of light has limited speed, its actual spatial location that is yet to be optically observed, would have been shifted towards the direction of Andromeda galaxy according to the trajectory of Milky Way galaxy. Earth, Sun and the actual location of one main core of the dual-core Galactic Center could be more aligned during the actual annual Galactic alignment than what conventional wisdom in astronomy has suggested, and this actual Galactic alignment with its maximum torque-induced precession acting on Earth would be delayed by a few days from the optically observed annual Galactic alignment.
Year 2005 Earthquakes of above magnitude 7.0
Note: Browsed through other major earthquakes
and that they also had strong Solar System alignments. There were 142
earthquakes of above magnitude 6.0 in year 2005.
Eruptions of Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii and their Solar System alignments
* Most of the eruption episode gave detailed of events over a period of time, exact dates of eruption was not clearly stated.
Eruptions of Kilauea Volcano - USGS science for a changing world
E&OE - Planet Finder was designed to locate planets for telescope observation, had assumed perfect eccentricity for orbit of all planets. Jun 8, 2007
Note: The studies for these Solar System alignments herein were only based on a simple two dimensional study of approximate planetary positions in the ecliptic plane, and it was without taking into account for three dimensional spatial effects of tidal force for other aligned planets. Inner Solar System planets such as Mars, Venus, Mercury and galactic elements were mostly omitted in the studies, orbital elements such as supermoon were also not factored in. Nonetheless, with Jupiter and Saturn aligned in the invariable plane these are already suffice to illustrate the significant effects of their torque-induced precession that transfer as torque-free precession to interact with viscous matter on Earth. Pleas also take note Planet finder used assumed perfect eccentricity without considering apsis, orbital elements or time taken for light to travel so as to account for optical effects. Planet Finder was designed for the purpose of locating planets for telescope observation. For using the Java script driven Planet finder, needs to use their recommended browser, such as the 64 bits Internet Explorer, and has to set it as the default browser for the Java installation. And after installing Java for the browser, has to add the URL of the applet to the "Java Exception Site list" by following the instructions in "How can I configure the Exception Site List?".
Disclaimers: The treatise of Universal Vortical Singularity (UVS) in its epistemological paradigm shift, is fundamentally unconventional. Its hypotheses based on a generally unheard-of UVS model, bound to have shortcomings, loose ends, and errors. Many details and assumptions in its propositions have yet to be further researched, probed, evaluated, validated, or verified. Its implicit explanations are for casual understanding of the UVS topics presented in the UVS worldview, so if any term or statement is offensive in any manner or from whatsoever perspectives, is most regretted. Links to other sites do not imply endorsement of their contents; apply appropriate discretion whenever necessary. For whatsoever reasons, at times the viewing for some of its contents could helplessly experience text corruptions, disorganized content layouts, missing images, failed animations, and some external links simply had ceased to exist.
Viewing tips: Despite the presentations of the UVS web pages has went through much accommodation for their viewings on smart phones, they are not very friendly to smaller low resolution mobile devices. It is therefore recommended to access and view the UVS contents with a system device that at least has a larger high definition screen, such as a larger smart phones, an android tablet, or an iPad. For the best experiences, use a MS Windows based PC or computer system to browse with Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox that is Java enabled for its interactive applets. (Such as Java Applet of Moiré pattern, JPL Small-Body Database Browser, and Planet Finder.)
Copyright information: This UVS web site is for non-profit purposes and not for commercial use. Wherever possible, direct credits to the origins of the works or images were provided, be it on fair dealings, with explicit permission from their owners, or the materials were believed to be from the public domain.