The Sun, The Solar System, and Heliophysics


We study many things on our planet and in our solar system, but there is one branch of science that studies the Sun. These scientists study what effects the Sun has on the Solar System. Some disciplines studied under the umbrella of heliophysics are heliospheric physics, magnetospheric and ionospheric physics. 

Most effects that we study are caused by the emissions of protons during solar activity. Atmospheres and magnetic fields show how much the protons can influence the planets and stars around the Sun during emission blasts. 

A Parker Spiral is the term used to define the rotation of charged particles that move outwards from the Sun and towards possible unsuspecting targets. Learning and understanding the effects of the Sun on other planets and matter in space could help scientists on Earth counteract negative emissions in the future. We could even see this type of science entering into the climate change wars with enough evidence to back up speculation on the Sun’s energy that demands a constant attack on Earth.

Have you recently discovered any disciplines of study that you didn’t know existed? We would love to hear what they are so we may better explore some of these unknown areas sciences for all of our readers.

When Isaac Newton Split the Stars

Mainstream science has transformed Astronomy into a diverse and dense subject. Cosmic forces continue to assist in the rapidly expanding universe, allow planets to grow and thrive, and cascade objects through space until they reach their impending doom by a collision. While astronomy is compiled of physics and mathematical equations, there was a time before the late 1600s when astronomy had a different focus. Astrology is the study of stars and planets and the influence they have on the human body and the natural world. The horoscope is a common column found in newspapers and magazines. A horoscope is a vague representation of one personality or daily outlook based on the alignment of stars and planets on a specific day. 

Astrology and Astronomy were so closely related that they were once only referred to as astrology. Astrology had taken the world by force and allowed people something to believe in that could be backed up mathematically giving it validity over other things like seers and prophets (still highly respected in ancient times). People could give meaning to their births, significant events in their lives, and the birth and death cycle of life.

In the late 1600s, Isaac Newton convinced enough scientists to take another look at the stars and planets and created a theory in which astronomy was born as a branch of science. Newton showed physical properties that affected objects in space in his theories. Newton believed astrology needed a scientific approach to explain cosmic events like shooting stars and astrology was built around interpretation and belief. But, what has become of astrology since the separation from mainstream science to pseudoscience? Thousands of people still follow astrology and seek advice from astrologers about life and sometimes natural events.
Astrology has survived this long against the critical scientific community so some argue astrology is still a mainstream science, but a subdivision. Birth charts and such products of astrology are very accurate and precise. These charts break down every cosmic detail of known constellations, planets, and stars on the day a person is born and goes into a mathematical explanation of how these variables influence said person.

Our investigation continues as we dive deeper into the topics of space science. Stay tuned for more…!

Is Astrology a pseudoscience?


I’ve been reading a lot about the stars and our planets lately. Though our own planet is still vastly undocumented, we are reaching towards the skies for some answers. 

My question to you: Do you consider Astrology a pseudoscience or has this transitioned back to mainstream due to its large following?

Leave a comment letting everyone know your stance on this topic.