Equilibrium and Stability of the Solar System Rely on a Human-Like Program of Substance and Information Transfer





Solar System, Equilibrium, Stability, Dark Matter, Binary Pulsars


This study bridges the realms of astronomy and life science, illuminating the intricate interplay between celestial phenomena and terrestrial biology. While humans may perceive the palpable effects of seasons, climate, geographical location, and the movements of the Sun and moon, other phenomena such as changes in Earth's magnetic field and seismic activity are often sensed by animals but elude human perception. However, with disciplined and sustained training, humans possess the potential to harness the rich array of sensors and sensory systems within the body, thereby unlocking the ability to discern and validate the cosmic influences documented by ancient civilizations. In instances where traditional astronomical inquiries, such as the maintenance of galactic equilibrium, present enigmatic puzzles, insights from cutting-edge life science research may offer promising leads. Newly unveiled mechanisms such as the "Function Enhancement Program of Five-Organs through Umbilical Access" and the rhythmic orchestration of the "Rotating Presidency of Twelve-Organs" elucidate the intricate operations of visceral organs within the human body. Indirect evidence suggests a correlation between these biological processes and the transfer of gaseous substances among celestial bodies, including Mercury, Venus, the Sun, and Jupiter, hinting at a temporal synchronicity that may contribute to the equilibrium and stability of the solar system. Confirmation of substance and information transfer processes could unlock new avenues of inquiry in astronomy, shedding light on vexing conundrums such as dark energy and matter, binary pulsars, gravitational waves, inflation fields, and alternative theories to Einstein's General Relativity. Thus, by bridging the disciplines of astronomy and life science, this study offers fresh perspectives and potential breakthroughs in our understanding of the cosmos.


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Author Biography

Wenjun Fo, A502, Unit 3, Building 12, Shanghewan North District, Miyun District, Beijing, China

Wenjun Fo, an independent researcher, is currently dedicated to unraveling the essence of Human Channels. In his research, he has observed certain phenomena that appear to be approaching objectivity through empirical instruments. Specifically, persistent feelings of extreme fatigue, excessive sleepiness, localized pain, or abnormal awakenings with nocturnal restroom visits over several days may indicate congestion within the intra-organ channels. The occurrence time corresponds to a specific time period, revealing potential issues with the associated visceral organ. This serves as an early cautionary signal for impending diseases originating from the Human Channels, as detailed in the referenced time table list in his article. Exploring the intricate ways Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) decodes complex and diverse diseases, Fu's series of articles shed light on the systematic understanding of time-based medicine. Delve into his publications to comprehend how TCM navigates through challenging ailments and unveils the underlying regularities governing temporal medicine.




How to Cite

Fo, W. (2024). Equilibrium and Stability of the Solar System Rely on a Human-Like Program of Substance and Information Transfer. Acceleron Aerospace Journal, 2(4), 251–262. https://doi.org/10.61359/11.2106-2417