by Jamie Janover
October 10, 2015
from ArtistTrove Website
This super-simple and early animation
was created over a decade ago as directed by
Nassim Haramein to
better illustrate the spiral dynamics of the solar system more
accurately than the simple physical models that exist showing the
Sun sitting still with the planets making "circular" orbits around
Nassim Haramein had to hire animators to create this more than 10 years ago because.
time, almost every related computer animation showed the Sun simply
sitting still with the planets making repeated circular orbits
around it rather than showing the relative motion of the sun within
the galaxy with the planets spiraling around the Sun's equator as it
moves rapidly through the galaxy.
Even though it is actually at a 60 degree angle.
The orbits of the planets are shown to be the same diameter even thought Saturn's orbit is much larger than Earth's at around 29 years to Earth 1 year. The Sun itself is also doing a very large, long spiral as it moves out from the galaxy's center etc.
It was created as an early attempt to
visually clarify the relative motions of our solar system's
How far the Earth moves depends on the reference point you are using for something "stationary" or "background" even though all objects in the universe are in constant motion:
Total speed of the Earth moving through space is difficult to approximate.
Due to the combination of embedded
relative spiral motions, however, using Cosmic Microwave Background
(CMB) radiation as a reference, it is estimated the total motion of
the Earth through space is aprox. 1,342,000 mi/hr (2,159,740 km/hr) or 11,763,972,000
miles (18,932,277,822 kilometers) in 1 year! (which is still only 0.2% the speed of light!)