Sunday, January 4, 2015

Gas Cloud G2 may be part of a series of other Gas Clouds. Plus, looking back at Cloud G2

We haven't seen any updates from Paul LaViolette for a while now, but I just ran into some new information which provides more insight into the Gas Cloud G2.

Back in November 2014, astronomers from the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics presented new information based on observations of Cloud G2, which is still of course located near the galactic center. They found that the orbit of Cloud G2 matches that of another gas based cloud, which was detected originally back in 2004, and which they have named Cloud G1.

What this means is that Cloud G2 may just be part of a series of gas based clouds. This information may support the theory that Cloud G2 first originated from the wind of a very large star.

Based on the recent information obtained from a deep infrared scan with the SINFONI instrument at the VLT, there has been ongoing tidal disruptions of the actual gas cloud because of the gravitational fields of the galactic center. Still to this date, there has been no significant high-energy emissions from during it's orbit of the galactic center.

This image from April 2014 shows the gas cloud G2 at the centre of the Milky Way.  The red part of the cloud approaches the 4 million solar masses black hole (indicated with a cross) at velocities of a few thousand km/s. The blue part has already passed the closest distance to the black hole and moves away again. The initial spherical cloud has been stretched by the gravity of the black hole by a factor 50 in the direction of motion. The cloud's size from red to blue now corresponds to 900 times the distance from the Earth to the Sun. The solid line shows the orbit of the gas cloud. The dashed lines show the orbit of the star with the best known orbit (S2). The positions of the neighbouring stars are indicated within this image as well. Image credit: Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics

The MPE team was able to determine that the Gas Cloud G1 had already passed the center of the galactic core back in 2001. Because of how similar the orbits are, of Cloud G1 and Cloud G2, this suggests that G1 is about 13 years ahead of G2. The scientists fed this information into a computer based model for a combined orbit, taking into account the different pericentre times and allowing for slightly different orbits due to interaction of the gas with the ambient medium after pericentre passage.

Our basic idea is that G1 and G2 might be clumps of the same gas streamer”, said Oliver Pfuhl, lead author of the study presented in the recent paper. “In this case, we should be able to simultaneously fit both data sets and, indeed, our model captures the G1 and G2 orbits remarkably well.”

From their assumptions, they determined that G1 and G2 do have the same orbit. They also went on to say that, “The good agreement of the model with the data renders the idea that G1 and G2 are part of the same gas streamer highly plausible,”.

The research above also mentioned that if additional gas clouds could be identified, then that would indicate there is no star inside.

Revisiting Cloud G2

Back in November 2014 I posted an article from Universe Today which mentioned that Cloud G2 likely contains a pair of binary stars.

On October the 10th, 2014 I posted an article from Pail LaViolette which discussed new research from the Keck Observatory, which was done in March the year before. The research showed that Cloud G2 definitely contains a star, but ruled out the possibility it is a binary star.

Back in April 2014 I also posted an article from Paul LaViolette which talked about the possibility of a star causing a galactic stellar wave, if it had been pulled off of Cloud G2, and moved into an orbit around the Galactic Center. The time period that Paul estimated is over now of course, as he said it could be up to five months until that would occur, if that was the case.

As you can see above, there is some confusion around the Scientific information in connection to Cloud G2.

As I came to more of a conclusion last year on what I was expecting because of the positive timeline we have seemed to have ended up in, there would be no need for the same degree of earth based changes which some of us were expecting, and hence no need for a major stellar wave to impact the Earth as seemed possible last year and which was predicted from a number of sources.

However when saying all that, I still remember Lyn's reading based around the following two questions I asked her, which she answered back on the 3rd of May, 2014.

Q. Gas Cloud G2 is predicted to arrive at the galactic core in mid April. There is at least a 50% chance that a star and possibly another planetary object exist within. Paul LaViolette theories that tidal stripping of Cloud G2 could cause a stellar explosion within the black hole at the galactic core. 
   What do you see in relation to this possible outcome? 
A  I see the gas being sucked into the black hole, like as how a shop vac would suck up debris.  As soon as the gas gets within the gravitational field of the black hole, it looks to go fast (like if you aren't watching it when it happens, you will have missed it.).  After the gas cloud is absorbed by the black hole I see this vibration occurring- as if the hole is like a pressure cooker wanting to explode, but it isn't quite there yet (just under pressure).  I don't see anything happening after that, but if something else (anything) were to be absorbed by the black hole (and that looks to occur many years from now), it creates an explosion. The result I see is a brilliant, bright light.
   If a stellar explosion occurs, what will the impact be to the Earth and the Sun?
A. The image I see is two hands surrounding earth and giving us a firm shake up and down. It looks like we get have an earthquake on a global level. It doesn't looks severe, but definitely noted.  I also get the impression as I view this that we get knocked slightly off our orbit (but I don't see this as an extinction event).  It feels startling, quick, and then it is over.  I also get that due to being knocked off our orbit we will lose 2 to 3 days a year because our distance to the sun will be slightly altered.

She described the situation like it was a gas cooker, building up, building up, and that years away there may be an explosion.

As mentioned in my article back in August, 2014,'The Shift and the different levels of Consciousness - The Cosmic Journey of Lai Part 4', through QHHT I found out some information around Cloud G2. It was said that the energies emanating out, as a result of Cloud G2 having parts of it self sucked into the Galactic Center, is part of the shift in consciousness, as these energies in turn impact life on Earth. This would tie into the 'tidal disruptions', which was mentioned earlier in this article.  So while it is like a physical indicator for us, seeing it pass the galactic center, it also may be part of the cause behind the changes within consciousness. This was recently touched upon again within a QHHT session I conducted on Friday with Lai and which I will be writing up as soon as I can.


1 comment:

A Man Called Da-da said...

I just cannot get excited about gas clouds. What's wrong with me?