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Old 03-19-2017, 10:46 AM   #1
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Default Influence of Planets on the Sun

You can find a simulator at the URL below which shows
the movement of the sun due to the gravitational pull of the planets.

The contribution from each planet can be isolated by toggling checkboxes.

I suggest first clicking all the boxes to view the combined effect .

Then at some later point just selecting Jupiter to show that it
has the greatest effect of all the planets .


Graphing simulator found here .

Why does Jupiter matter --> because it is the gravitational effect of
Jupiter that results in the greatest climatic effects on planet earth
( by influencing the sun ) .



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Why does Jupiter matter --> because it is the gravitational effect of
Jupiter that results in the greatest climatic effects on planet earth
( by influencing the sun ) .
Just another climate denier using junk science.
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