From a post on this forum:
The Shockwave comes out from the central dark rift. This is what the mainstream misleadingly calls the “black hole” at the centre of the galaxy.
Anyway this shockwave pops unstable stars (and presumably unstable planets and moons also.)
But each time the shockwave destroys a star, (or moon, or planet)…. a subsequent shockwave is set off, which can cause havoc elsewhere.
If we assume that the shockwave pops unstable moons and planets (since we know it pops unstable stars) then we might hypothesise that we have a source for disturbances on earth and on the sun. That is to say extreme weather events ….. and outsized volcanic and seismic activity.
You see we know that we get massive disturbances ahead of a supernova (a star that pops) becoming visible to earth. But if we assume that this is happening to planets and moons also, we can see that we have a powerful theoretical cause for extreme weather/volcanic/seismic events manifesting on the sun, the moon, and other planets.
All major bodies in the galaxy are growing all the time. But this is organic growth. It is not smooth growth. With the growth also comes the periodic culling. Just like with cells within an organism.
Well the above is what the science suggests anyhow. Hey its only the scientific method.
But I like it.