TABLE OF CONTENTS


SOLARIA BINARIA

Origins and History of the Solar System

by Alfred de Grazia
and
Earl R. Milton



 TITLE-PAGE

 INTRODUCTION 

 PART ONE: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM 

01: The Solar System as a Binary
02: The Solar System as Electrical
03: The Sunís Galactic Journey and Absolute Time
04: Super Uranus and the Primitive Planets
05: The Sac and Its Plenum
06: The Electrical Axis and Its Gaseous Radiation
07: The Magnetic Tube and the Planetary Orbits
08: The Earthís Physical and Magnetic History
09: Radiant Genesis

 PART TWO: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY 

10: Instability of Super Uranus
11: Astroblemes of the Earth
12: Quantavolution of the Biosphere: Homo sapiens
13: Nova of Super Uranus and Ejection of Moon
14: The Golden Age and Nova of Super Saturn
15: The Jupiter Order
16: Venus and Mars
17: Time, Electricity, and Quantavolution

 PART THREE: TECHNICAL NOTES 

NOTE A: On Method
NOTE B: On Cosmic Electrical Charges
NOTE C: On Gravitating Electrified Bodies
NOTE D: On Binary Star Systems
NOTE E: Solaria Binaria in Relation to Chaos and Creation

 GLOSSARY 

 BIBILIOGRAPHY 




 LIST OF FIGURES 

 LIST OF TABLES 

 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS IN TEXT 

 GUIDE TO METRIC UNITS 




LIST OF FIGURES


 CHAPTER ONE 

1. Dumb-bell Motion of Solaria Binaria

 CHAPTER TWO 

2. The Sunís Connection to the Galaxy

 CHAPTER THREE 

3. Stars around the Sunís Antapex
4. Nearby Stars in the Solar Wake
5. The Solar Antapex

 CHAPTER FOUR 

6. Electron Flow from Surrounding Space into a Star-cavity
7. The Birth of Solaria Binaria
8. Material Flow Coupling the Sun, Super Uranus and the Electrified Plenum
9. Flow of Material Between the Sun and Super Uranus under the Influence of a Self-generated Magnetic Field.
10. Magnetic Toroidal Field Produced by Solar Wind Current Sheet
11. Magnetic Field Surrounding Several Flowing Ions

 CHAPTER SIX 

12. The Planet Saturn in Ancient Indian Art

 CHAPTER SEVEN 

13. Magnetic Field Associated with an Electrical Flow
14. Decreasing Magnetic Field Strengths Surrounding Central Current at Increasing Distances
15. Motion of Drifting Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field
16. Braking Radiation Emitted by a Spiraling Electron
17. Primitive Planets in Orbit about the Electric Arc

 CHAPTER EIGHT 

18. The Earth in the Magnetic Tube
19. The Earth Magnet
20. Magnetic Transactions within the Earth

 CHAPTER TEN 

21. Transaction between Solaria Binaria and the Cosmos: Dense Plenum Phase
22. Solaria Binaria as the Plenum Thins and the Stars Separate

 CHAPTER ELEVEN 

23. Explosive Eruption from Super Uranus
24. Possible Astroblemes in Arizona
25. Meteoroid Trajectories

 CHAPTER TWELVE 

26. Radioactivity of Fossilized Remains

 CHAPTER THIRTEEN 

27. The Surviving Land from the Age of Urania
28. The Encounter of Uranus Minor with the Earth
29. The Fractured Surface of the Earth
30. Fragmentation of Super Uranus
31. Fission of the Earth-Moon Pair

 CHAPTER FOURTEEN 

32. The Chinese Craftsman God and his Paredra
33. The Churning of the Sea
34. The Golspie Stone

 CHAPTER FIFTEEN 

35. Apparent Motion of the Charged Sun about the Earth

 CHAPTER SIXTEEN 

36. The Electric Field between Mars and the Moon

 NOTE C 

37. Potential Energy Curve for the Collision of Two Atoms
38. Electric Forces Between Celestial Bodies

 NOTE D 

39. Binary Orbits of Short Period



LIST OF TABLES


 CHAPTER THREE 

1. Stars Behind the Sun (to 25000 Years Ago)
2. Stars Behind the Sun (25000 to 75000 Years Ago)
3. Stars Behind the Sun (over 75000 Years Past)

 CHAPTER EIGHT 

4. Calculated Undisturbed Decay of the Earthís Magnetization

 CHAPTER ELEVEN 

5. Modes of Meteorite Encounters

 CHAPTER TWELVE 

6. Ages of Solaria Binaria








LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS IN TEXT

BP before the present
cf. compare
E evolutionary (model)
EM electromagnetic
f.(ff.) following page(s)
fn. footnote
Gm, Gy gigameter, gigayear (= aeon)
ibid. in the same place
ISEE International Sun Earth Explorer (a space craft)
K Kelvin
km/s kilometers per second
ly light year
mks meter-kilogram second (units)
My megayear or million years
NMP, NRP North magnetic (rotational) pole
o. Omnindex (used in the printed version of this book. This electronic version has the same information presented as Glossary, and Bibiliography)
op. cit. in the work cited
Q quantavolutionary (model)
q.v. refer to
SB Solaria Binaria (model)
SMP, SRP South magnetic (rotational) pole



GUIDE TO METRIC UNITS

Distances are measured in meters

Multiples of the meter, by thousands and thousands, have special names designated by a prefix, such as micrometer and gigameter.

Other metric units use the same prefixes for their multiples, like microvolts, gigaergs, etc.

Prefix Decimal Notation Useful to Measure
nano 0.000 000 001 atoms
micro 0.000 001 cells
milli 0.001 type size
- 1.0 people
kilo 1000.0 driving distances
mega 1000 000.0 satellite diameters
giga 1000 000 000.0 star diameters
tera 1000 000 000 000.0 planet orbits