Psusennes I wrote:
Thanks a lot Bel. Unfortunately it is now completely overcast. I doubt I'll be able to see the blue of the sky- let alone Mars! Astrology is pretty hilarious, especially when you scientifically analyse the few pieces of jargon that are inserted: Just a few days ago I read "Today the Sun's retrograde through Arctunus will bring x,y and z into your life." How do you know it's rubbish? The Sun never has a retrograde orbit. Ever! How many times have you seen the sun rise twice in the same day? Hehehe. It's funny.
Oh, and the main law that I can recall off the top of my head for Newtonian physics is:
g x M1 x M2 / d squared = Force
Where g equals the gravitational constant, M1 is the mass of the first body, M2 is the mass of the second body, d is the distance between them, and the equation generates the force in Newtons between the two bodies.
I'm sorry I don't remember speaking about the Sun being in retrograde as a planet but as in context of time. I never meant that the Sun didn't rise.