In order to understand the planetary interactions in a shorter and more rapid time scale, we need to investigate the time-varying boundary conditions in the solar system defined by the position of each planet. As a planet rotates around the Sun, it sets the condition of how matter can be organized around it. This will influence space-weather, atmosphere as well as internal dynamic of the planet itself.
The evident of such long-term behavior can be seen around the Jupiter orbit where large group of asteroid “Trojans” and “Greeks” are equally separated. This observation can be proven by sound wave experiment where wave is excited at the center of a plastic plate with magnetic sphere placed securely on top of it where a standing wave ring is presence.