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The General Theory of Oscillation of All Celestial Objects And Universe
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.379-392  
Anil Kumar Thanvi
Churning, Warping, Oscillation, tw isting, squeezing, confocal, oblate spheroids, concentric spheres
There are many geological and astronomical properties in all celestial objects and universe that are very similar and they are common among all. We are here presenting a general theory for all celestial objects and finally also for universe. So we can put their all geological and astronomical properties in a common model. On the base of these similarities we reach on this conclusion that no celestial objects and universe rotate on its axis. All celestial objects and universe oscillate from confocal oblate spheroids (E) to concentric spheres (S) and concentric spheres (S) to confocal oblate spheroids (E). We say this type of changing geometry as ESE oscillation theory. We are also here developing an IDEAL GEOGRAPHICAL MODEL that we call IGM. In this developing of ESE oscillation theory and IGM at the same time we are also developing model of dark matter and dark energy. It is very essential to put such ESE oscillation theory, IGM and model of dark matter and dark energy at large scale. How these three models ESE oscillatory model, IGM model and the model of dark matter and dark energy explain the nature of all celestial objects and universe that we are trying to explain
[1] Mantle convection in the Earth and Planets, Gerald Schubert, Donald L. Turcotte and Peter Olson.

[2] Cosmological Models with shear and rotation Dr. Swetabh Singh

[3] Magnetic Field reversal and Geodynamo, Gary A. Glatzmaier and P. H. Roberts

[4] Galaxy rotation problem, Vera Rubin

[5] 3-dimensional Magneto-hydrodynamic simulation of Matter flow to a rotating star with a dipole magnetic field, M. M. Romanova, G. V. Ustyugova, A. V. Koldoba.

[6] WASP-17b : An ultra low density planet in a probable retrograde orbit, D. R. Anderson, C. Hellier, M. Gillon, A. H. M. J. Triaud, B. Smalley, L. Hebb, A. Collier Cameron, P. F. L. Maxted, D. Quiloz, R. G. West

[7] Variations in the Earth’s oblateness during the past 28 years, Minkang Cheng, Byron D. Tapeley

[8] A New Process of Oscillation of all celestial objects and universe, IJSER, Nov. 2011,Anil Kumar Thanvi

[9] Earth’s oblateness and its temporal variation, Benjamin Fong Chao

[10] Convection in planets with oblate geometry, M. Evonuk

[11] A changing solar shape, M. Emilio, R. I. Bush, J. Kuhn, and P. Scherrer

[12] Is the solar oblateness variable? Measurements of 1985, R. H. Dicke, J. R. Kuhn, K. G. Libbrecht

[13] When a day is not a day, Jane Beitler

[14] The Vital Vastness, The Similarities in planets and in all other celestial objects, Richard Pasichnyk.

[15] Kinematic properties of stellar dynamic discs and spheroids, N. W. Evans

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