Axial Tilts
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This is a discussion of Mathis' AXIAL TILTS paper.
'14-03-03, 02:16
St. Louis area

In his paper, "The MAGNETIC FIELDS of Uranus and Neptune", at http://milesmathis.com/uran4.pdf Mathis said the existing tilts of the planets "requires that we have some original tilted planet or planets whose tilts were not caused by other planets, but that only means we need one tilted planet in the past to enter the Solar system and cause a line of instability. I don't see that assumption as a problem."

'14-03-03, 02:31
St. Louis area

Earlier in the same paper, Mathis sais, ""But how do the photons get into the pole of Mercury then? They can't curve, right?" No, they can't curve, but they can be deflected by ions. The ambient field is not just stiff with photons, it is also stiff with ions, and so we have a mechanism for stirring our pot of photons."

'14-03-03, 03:22
St. Louis area

In his paper, "WHERE is the MAGNETISM of MARS?", at http://milesmathis.com/marsmag.pdf , Mathis said:

"We know that although Mars has a low current magnetism, some of the rocks on Mars have a much higher residual magnetism. This has been taken to mean that Mars had more magnetism in the past. I think this is entirely possible, and that this reading is probably correct. But I do not think the magnetism was knocked off the planet by asteroids. No, this residual magnetism in the rocks on Mars is telling us something very important, not about Mars, but about the make-up of the Solar system in the past. It means that either Mars was not at its current orbital distance at that time, or the big outer planets were not. Something was vastly different. Given the asteroid belt and other glaring evidence, this is not hard to imagine. From this we see that my theory of planetary magnetism will give us the tool to work backward in time, rebuilding previous Solar system relationships. These rocks, which we find on other planets and moons as well, are like tablets with numbers on them. They will be very useful in future."

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