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Dark Visitor

Distances in all graphs are measured in Astronomical Units, AU.  (1 AU is the earth's separation from the sun.) The orbit graph shown above should appear approximately circular, but the new orbit is more elliptical than the current orbit. The lower section of the new orbit graph shows that the earth will go further from the sun (to 1.11AU at apogee). The upper section shows that it will also approach the sun more closely than it currently does. This closer approach occurs during summer of the Southern Hemisphere. Consequently, summers there will be hotter and the concurrent Northern winters will be milder. During summer of the Northern Hemisphere, the earth will be further from the sun and colder. It may seem strange, but these milder winters and cooler summers in the US and Europe are a terrible curse, as will now be explained.

Because the Southern Hemisphere is mainly ocean, the main effect of the increased solar heating in their summers will be to greatly increase evaporation from the southern oceans. Thick clouds will cover most of the earth during this "closer to the sun" part of the new orbit. The mild winters in the Northern Hemisphere and these constantly cloudy skies will produce frequent heavy snows, much like the great snowstorms that now occasionally occur in the late winter or early spring under similar conditions. The accumulated snow will not entirely melt in the cold summers that follow. Each year, more snow will accumulate. As snow and ice accumulate on land, the ocean levels will drop. In approximately one decade, all of the world's ports will be useless - too far from the sea as oceans begin to vacate the continental shelf. This economic disaster is just the beginning of mankind's troubles.

As the snow accumulates, earth's albedo increases and more sunlight is reflected back into space. Thus less snow melts every summer and the region of permanent snow cover moves further south each year. The lower layers of snow turn into ice. These glaciers merge into a continental ice sheet, first in the more northern regions, but by 2025, Washington DC will be buried under approximately 100 feet of accumulated snow and ice. In less than 100 years, Europe and all of the USA, with the possible exception of the southern tip of Florida, will be in the grip of a new ice age.

Dark Visitor describes how these climatic changes are produced by an approaching black hole. Learn more about Dark Visitor at the following specific links:

  1. [Home Page - Why Western World is Falling Behind Scientifically, etc.]
  2. [The physics and climate change included in Dark Visitor]
  3. [This Page: Graphical results describing the new earth orbit etc.]
  4. [Synopsis of the book]
  5. [Sample pages of the text]
  6. [Not Defined]

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Why a Dark Visitor is bringing Mankind's worst Catastrophe

The approaching Dark Visitor (probably a small black hole) is known from an analysis of very small perturbations observed in the  Pluto's orbit. A three-body orbit analysis computer program, included in Dark Visitor as Appendix 2, was adjusted to reproduced these perturbations. That analysis suggests that the Dark Visitor has 2.2 solar masses and is approaching our solar system from the north polar region with speed of 0.1 AU/ day (almost 6 times earth's orbital speed). The "V" shaped curve of the left graph below show that it will miss the earth by the distance to Saturn, 12 AU (left scale). It will not effect the earth significantly during the next five years, but after it has receded into deep space again, the earth's separation for the sun will oscillate annually (Top curve and right scale). The other curves presented in the left graph below give one year of the X, Y & Z coordinate variations separately. The Z variation is extended for the entire 3000 days shown so that one can easily see that slightly more than 8 years are presented. The graph on the right has magnified scales and shows only the last 500 days of the other graph. From it and equations given in Dark Visitor, one can determine that the new year will be 377.6 days long and the orbit eccentricity will become 0.0836. The currently approaching black hole is probably related to the one that passed far from the sun in late 1920s and perturbed Neptune's orbit. (It is now known that this perturbation was not due to Pluto as first believed.)