As usual, your link didn't support your claim about electromagnetism playing a role in planetary orbits, and your post was nothing more substantial than unsupported claims and sciency poetry.http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/SWN/index.html Google the terms of what they measure and find what they are measuring, like the speed, flux density, and magnetic pressure. Add GOES to your searches. Also consider the term wind. Add 2 and 2. Your solar wind, which is comprised of mass in motion and magnetic pressure emanating from the sun, which means it exerts a pressure between it and the earth while the earth orbits is a resistance to gravity,
Lean against a stiff wind on your tippy toes so you keep your balance. Let the wind stop.
Feel the heat of the sunlight on your skin. You are getting peppered by subatomic bullets from the sun. But don't take it personal, every square inch of the planet surface facing the sun is too. Did I mention the magnetic pressure from magnetic fields? Our orbit is a combo of gravity, this solar wind offering resistance to it, and momentum. A fine balance. The sun is 109 earth diameters. It looks like a point of light but it actually covers the entire sky physical force speaking. A beam of energy with varying intensity and gravitational attraction due to curvature of it. That is the nitty gritty atomic physics of it, the parts that make the dynamic. You are looking at averages that give false impressions and understanding. It is a failing of applied math thing. That is why things "just is" in the Topix atheist mind.
Solar wind is simply not a player. A pigeon pushing off from the earth or a meteorite impact likely affect earth's orbit more. And solar wind, though it may contain charged particles,is not the same thing as the electromagnetic force.
Try some facts with links that support them. Find me a single reputable resource that supports your claim that solar wind or electromagnetism has an effect on earth's orbit greater than a pigeon or meteorite, which also don't need to be considered in matters where. predicting an orbit is relevant.
And, of course, as always, you simply ignored the counterargument in my post. You claimed to know more than mainstream physicists, whose formulas for orbital mechanics don't include an electromagnetic effect or one for solar wind. I posted, "The mainstream has been predicting eclipses, predicting the return of comets like Halley's, calculating ephemerides, and inserting manned and robotic spacecraft into orbits around planets, moons, and now even asteroids (Dawn orbited Vesta) using its understanding of physics." And all you did was repeat your claims.
Sorry, Cadet Nelson, but you have nothing here but moonbeams. And I'm sure that we'll be seeing plenty more of them. Why not? They seem to impress Buck,who considers you a finer, smarter and more insightful physicist than Polymath. You should thank him for saying that.Nobody else would.