Originally posted by dewessel
The quote below comes from a page describing somewhat the same, except there it says the planets 'give birth' by ejecting their core and then move towards the sun.
The ejection of a core from a planet causes the inward collapse of a planet and the
subsidence of all structures on the planet's crust. The ejected core settles very near to the
body of the Mother Planet and is known to man as a Lunar body, Moon, or natural satellite.
When a core is ejected the host planet caves in breaking and burying most surface structure,
hence the need for a spade when you go in search of prehistoric artifacts (which are in fact
our legacy from Earth, when Earth was in the position of Mars).
Migration of planets
Originally posted by Silvernote
Do all galaxies have black holes in their center?
Is the black hole 1/2 of 1% of the total mass of its galaxy?
Is a black hole energy turned inwards?
Or is it linking the mechanics to another dimension in order to produce a star in this physical realm?
What is electricity? Not the effects of it.
What other things do dimensions/universes run on?
Would you say magnetism is produced by the rotation of Earth thru the solar wind?
If you could please be specific.
What is creating a vacuum in outerspace?
What is creating absolute zero in outerspace?
Clear Quartz crystal by itself doesn't seem to be doing anything. If energized correctly would you say it would glow and radiate different colors?
• The equivalent of post-menopausal stars giving unlikely birth to new planets. Most planets form soon after a sun, but astronomers found two older stars, one at least 400 million years old, with new planets.
Originally posted by UofCinLA
Care to explain how elements above iron are formed and how they make it into the planets via your "birth scenario"..??
Sorry but you are fighting an uphill battle against physics (high school level) and the 99.9% of planetary formation physicists that have spent years on the subject and have a pretty good idea of how it works....
Originally posted by Byrd
Actually, that's what the word "theory" means. It means something that has enough parameters that you can test it. And if you use the word "theory"around these parts, you'll get legitimate questions just like PapaHomer asked.
Otherwise it's "speculation" and we move it over to Skunk Works where they don't ask you for the specifics of a theory.
Originally posted by jra
Originally posted by Smack
Theories are testable, this is not. This is speculative at best.
The Big Bang Theory is not testable yet people talk about it like its fact, there have been no black holes discovered no dark matter.
I personally love this concept and idea, I have to give a big thanks to Sleeper for sharing such a beautiful vista.