Posted by: graemebird | August 16, 2015

Why does the sun rotate faster near its equator?

The rotational pattern demonstrates that the sun never lost its oceans. Inside the gas layer an oceanic body spins faster and is more oblate.

The evolution of the sun from gas giant would lead to highly isotopic water near the limits of pressure and heat near the surface.  The potential for energetic phase change should be apparent from the implied instability of the scenario.

So far this is the only model which looks like it may explain instabiliy,  the rotational anomaly and the orbit of Mercury.


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