SOLAR SYSTEM
ponedjeljak, 25. siječnja 2016.
nedjelja, 23. siječnja 2011.
Algorithm and computational complexity of Solar System(5)
In the previous examples we translated the Orbital characteristics from the language of astronomy into the digital language of programmatic, cybernetic and information principles. This we did by using the adequate mathematical algorithms. These digital pictures reveal to us a whole new dimension of this science. They reveal to us that the astronomical phenomenons are strictly conditioned and determined by programmatic, cybernetic and information principles.
From the previous examples we can see that Solar System really has its quantitative characteristics. It can be concluded that there is a connection between quantitative characteristics in the process of transfer of orbital information and the qualitative appearance of given astronomical phenomenons.
Conclusions
The result of this research show that there is a matrix code for Solar System. Now we have the exact scientific proofs that there is an astronomical language that can be described by the theory of systems and cybernetics, and which functions in accordance with certain principles.
DISCLOSURE
The author reports no conflict of interest in this research.
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Algorithm and computational complexity of Solar System(4)
In those examples, the planetary astronomical progression APa and APb as a result was given the discret codes.
As we see, the Solar System code is itself a unique structure of program, cybernetic and informational system and law. The research we carried out have shown that astronomical progression are one of quantitative characteristics in astronomy. Astronomical progression is, actually, a discrete code that protects and guards planetary information coded in Solar System. This a recently discovered code, and more detailed knowledge on it is yet to be discovered. In a similar way we shall calculate astronomical codes of other unions of panets. Once we do this, we will find out that all these unions of planets are connected by various codes, analogue codes as well as other quantitative features. Examples:
Discrete planetary code 20271549917
 16 
 I 
 
 I 
APa  20271549917 
 I 
 0 
 I 
APb  20271549917 
 I 
 
 Merkur 
 1 
 Merkur  Neptune 
 1  15 
 I  I 
 Perihelion  Perihelion 
 I
 I 
APa  46001200  15717603427 
 I
 I

 20271549917  20271549917 
 I
 I

APb  20225548717  4553946490 
 I
 I

 Aphelion  Aphelion 
 Merkur  Neptune 
 2  16 
(20225548717+46001200) = 20271549917;
(4553946490+15717603427) = 20271549917;
 Merkur  Uranus 
 2  14 
 I
 I

 Aphelion  Aphelion 
 I
 I

APa  115818100  11264662594 
 I
 I

 20271549917  20271549917 
 I
 I

APb  20155731817  9006887323 
 I
 I

 Perihelion  Perihelion 
 Venus  Neptune 
 3  15 
 Venus  Uranus 
 3  13 
 I
 I

 
 I
 I

APa  223294359  8260242890 
 I
 I

 20271549917  20271549917 
 I
 I

APb  20048255558  12011307027 
 I
 I

 Aphelion  Aphelion 
 Venus  Uranus 
 4  14 
 Venus  Saturn 
 4  12 
 I
 I

 Aphelion  
 I
 I

APa  332236468  5511304429 
 I
 I

 20271549917  20271549917 
 I
 I

APb  19939313449  14760245488 
 I
 I

 
 EARTH  Uranus 
 5  13 
 EARTH  Saturn 
 5  11 
 I
 I

 Perihelion  
 I
 I

APa  479334758  3997978646 
 I
 I

 20271549917  20271549917 
 I
 I

APb  19792215159  16273571271 
 I
 I

 Aphelion  Aphelion 
 EARTH  Saturn 
 6  12 
 EARTH  Jupiter 
 6  10 
 I
 I

 Aphelion  Aphelion 
 I
 I

APa  631432990  2644405690 
 I
 I

 20271549917  20271549917 
 I
 I

APb  19640116927  17627144227 
 I
 I

 
 Mars  Saturn 
 7  11 
In this example there is also a mathematical balance between astronomical progression APa and APb.
Astronomical progression presented in previous figures are calculated using the relationship between corresponding groups of those progressions. These are groups with different progression. There are different ways and methods of selecting these groups of progressions, which method is most efficient some We hope that science will determine which method is most efficient for this selection.