William also sent in another internet link – https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/scientists-discover-secret-symmetries-protect-211500136.html …. scientists discover ‘symmetries’ that protect the earth from chaos. Apparently, these have nothing to do with electro magnetics. It sounds almost Velikovskian – the threat of errant planets. It begins by telling us earth probably should not exist as the orbits of the inner solar system are chaotic. The planets should have crashed into each other by now – but they have not. There must be a reason – and the authors of a new paper think they know why. New research, it is said, may explain it all. How gravity moves towards chaos but symmetries stop them from creating chaos. A mathematical process of evaluation and its conclusion. The planets are contained. However, this is all done without any requirement of input from electro-magnetic sources. At the end of the piece we are told they are also looking for clues on whether, or not, the number of planets in the solar system have differed over time. This is all in response to the discovery of exo-planets out there, freely orbiting in space in a non-solar sytem environment.
Staying on the subject of space William also provides a story about a space rock crashing through the roof of a house in New Jersey – see https://nypost.com/2023/05/09/new-jersey-home-struck-by-possible-meteorite/ .. . it was just 4 by 6 inches in size, but enough to punch a hole through a roof. It is speculated it belonged to the Eta Aquarid meteor shower which the earth is currently navigating. There is an update to the story also forwarded by William – see https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/rock-crashed-jersey-home-may-214435052.html … where the chief astronomer at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia said the rock could be 4 to 5 billion years of age. This seems to be because the Eta Aquarids have their origin in Comet Halley – and an outgassing event during a fairly recent passage through the inner solar system. Comets are thought to go back to the formation of the solar system – hence the estimated date. Speculation, one might say. Not in mainstream thinking.