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Speculations in Science and Technology

, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 255–267 | Cite as

The Sun and Jupiter as a binary system

  • Fayez Fok Al Adeh
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Abstract

I view the solar system in my paper as basically a double star, with the sun and Jupiter as components. Although the acceptance of this model may still be a philosophical choice, I introduce in my paper powerful arguments in favor of its support. Those arguments cover a wide range of conceptual, physical, and mathematical analysis.

Keywords

Binary System Solar System Mathematical Analysis Double Star Powerful Argument 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Fayez Fok Al Adeh
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  1. 1.The Syrian Cosmological SocietyDamascusSyria

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