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Oct16-05, 01:00 PM
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Does anyone here know of any formulae that can describe the movements of the Earth's equatorial plane about the (invariant) Earth-Moon system's laplacian plane? I am 99.9% convinced that the Earth cannot maintain a stable ring system, due to the chaotically competing, multi-directional force fields that would act upon ring particles, causing them to scatter over a relatively short period of time. Yet there have been many seemingly absurd suggestions in various articles that appear to suggest to the contrary.

My paper, with its original formulations of a year ago, is here:

http://www.astroscience.org/abdul-ah...g-dynamics.htm

Any thoughts appreciated.
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