**Sub-Category:**

Mathematical Physics

**Date Published:**

August 14, 2015

**Abstract:**

Planets turn around the sun with different speeds… But some unexpected huge problems show up when we investigate the mathematical principles of differential rotation. All physical rules seem to be violated… How is it possible that astronomers and mathematicians overlooked this bizarre problem? Our investigation shows that the solution lays in a circle of 360 degrees. But why did we choose 360 degrees? The Maya and Egyptians knew the planetary orbits very accurately. They used a planetary orbit from 360 days which leads us to the question: Is there a connection between a planetary loop from 360 days and 360 degrees? Why do we need to change days in degrees in several calculations? Is there a new kind of math or physics behind it? How is it possible we find so many times the same value? Why do reversed calculations lead to certain solutions? Which mathematical connections are behind these intriguing findings? Who can help solving them? The math isn’t complicated, so a lot of people should be able to find it…

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