The Recent Organization 
of the Solar System
by Patten & Windsor  ©1995


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Astronomy is the study of the present day Solar System. Cosmology is the study of the Solar System past, and the evidence of changes and catastrophes. We are cosmologists. We approach cosmology from the perspective of the physical geography as we have data of the surfaces of the planets and their satellites.

Ours is also a study of locational relationships - spatial relationships. We also approach cosmology from the perspective sound celestial mechanics, and of what solid engineering principles would allow, or perhaps would require.

This is planned as a series of at least four smaller volumes. Volume I excludes Pluto; it concerns bodies from Neptune to the Sun and evidence of changes to those bodies, especially to the Sun. Evidence in four categories is discovered and presented that the Sun experienced a "recent" nova (as astronomers measure time.)

Volume II is entitled "The Mars-Earth Wars." It concerns evidence that Mars, and its Roche Limit, was responsible for the genesis of the asteroids. The physical geography of the crust of Mars is analyzed to establish this conclusion. Mars experienced another fragmentation of ice rather than of crust. This second fragmentation created the "Flood of Mars," a planet which is and always has been virtually without atmosphere.

The first orbit of Mars was before it arrived in its present vicinity. The second orbit of Mars was after the Sun captured it. After its encounter that created the asteroids, Mars lost some energy, and there was a change in its angular momentum. This produced the third orbit of Mars. The conversion of Mars from its third orbit to its fourth, or modern orbit, is carefully analyzed, in four steps.

It analyzes the evidence of planetary catastrophism (Mars flybys) as they occurred, and engulfed our planet. This volume will introduce new concepts and will challenge established geological concepts and doctrines held by today's astronomers. Its release is anticipated in early 1996.

Volume III is entitled "The Flood of Noah." The location of the construction of Noah's Ark is known (from the Epic of Gilgamesh.) The final site is located l7 to l8 miles virtually due south from Mt. Ararat. This site is 6,350 feet above present day sea level. It is scheduled for release in mid 1997.

This site is some 1,500 miles from the Indian Ocean, the source of the waters for Noah's Flood, as will be demonstrated. The apparent year was 2484 B.C.E. It was the year of the closest of all Mars flybys.

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