posted on Dec, 22 2018 @ 03:13 AM
a reply to: Archivalist
Sadly one of the greatest intellects in this field has passed away and with him his website metaresearch.org is also apparently gone.
This man was able to talk to scientists and astronomers on there own level and even put them under the table more often than not by winning those
Because of his belief that the FACE ON MARS was an artificial structure he came in for a lot of critique from those that want and NEED to force that
onto the fringe but that is another subject entirely if probably related to the vein of this thread and his belief is that Mars was possibly a moon of
a larger planet that somehow exploded showering one side of mars in debris.
He was one of the main champion's and adherent's of the Exploded Planet hypothesis
Currently there is believed to be in excess of a million objects large enough to be categorized as Asteroid's in the Asteroid belt and an unknown but
much vaster number of small object's, the estimated mass of the known object's though is as you would expect if a much larger planet was to be
destroyed by an explosion or massive impact throwing much of it's debris well away from it's original orbital path now spread out over a fairly wide
region as you would expect for some remains of such a destroyed planet to have become due to there variable mass and velocity's so some are in higher
orbit's and some in lower orbit's but if gathered together there is now only about enough mass to create a planet smaller than our moon, then again
the bulk of the original mass would have been catapulted by such a destruction into elliptical orbit's and would have then been absorbed by the
gravity of other planet's as a short (in the life span of the solar system) reign of terror that may have lasted anywhere from a few hundred thousand
to several million years or more.
If you were to model the variation in gravity of a given planet as it moves in it's own ellipse around the sun upon the asteroid belt - then model it
for it's influence on each and every object you would have a set of sinusoidal pattern's as the gravity dipped and rose again, then if you make one
for each of the known body's in our solar system including the asteroid's themselves and used a computer to combine them you would end up with a very
complex wave pattern indeed that would no longer be simply a neat sinusoidal wave form but a heck of a lot more variable, then add to that the
potential for near solar system passes by other stars and there own complex solar system's gravitation influence even if it is only minor and that
pattern becomes even more complex as well as morphing over time.
then argue how could a stable asteroid belt survive over 4 billion years?, how likely is it and how unlikely for it to still survive - but then if
you make that asteroid belt YOUNGER than 4 billion years it's likelihood increased exponentially.
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