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Across the Universe: Eccentric visitor — 2 Comments

  1. Yes, the interstellar originated A/2017 U1 (‘Oumuamua) spin (tumbling) period
    has a ~8 hr spin commonality with a lot of asteroids.
    Is that a coincidence? They obviously have different origins.
    Object size is not apparently an issue.
    Or how about a similar period observed
    by gravitationally sensitive LISA Pathfinder
    and Gravity Probe B (outside their stated missions).
    And then there are universal stellar core g-waves of the same period.
    It all points to a universal Machian oscillation.
    Is the universe alive and expressing itself in this breathing? That is the question.

  2. Pingback:Across the Universe: Eccentric visitor – The Catholic Astronomer – Friends of the Vatican Observatory

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