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Originally posted by sleeperStars are formed at the center of galaxies, and are spit out individually or in clusters. Planets are formed inside of stars and spit out individually. And moons are formed inside of gas giant planets and spit out individually.
Originally posted by Pellevoisin
We need more free thinking like your theory, and definitely not less.
Some of the ancient mystery religions would draw the sun with a phallus because they believed the planets shot out of the sun like seed from a bull, or a man, or ... and from the sun's seed sprang all the worlds that are. It is fascinating how this very ancient belief keeps percolating and rising up in different guises. Some might read your theory about the gas giants being quite related to these ancient beliefs especially if gas giants like Jupiter are in some sense failed stars.
Many thanks for striking out there with a theory. Let the creedal scientists shoot it to hell. The world needs good stories and out of the box theories just as it needs fearless old women like me posting to ATS.
Originally posted by spacevisitor
In 1530, Copernicus completed and gave to the world his great work De Revolutionibus, which asserted that the earth rotated on its axis once daily and traveled around the sun once yearly: a fantastic concept for the times.
It went against all the philosophical and religious beliefs that had been held during the medieval times.
Originally posted by sleeper
The dynamics on these gas giants are way different than anything scientists understand. In fact they don’t understand anything about them.
Originally posted by johnlear
I'll bet you would have thought twice about posting this thread if you had known how many scientifically informed people there were on ATS. Mainstream science is based of scientific fact. But thanks for the post.
Originally posted by Melbourne_Militia
Could this be why every so often scientists say that Saturn or Jupiter has a new moon orbiting it? or "we have just discovered another moon around saturn/Jupiter?
Yeah, the theory that gravitational pull from the gas giants attracts wondering "moons" is not a bad one - but dont forget it is a "theory" because we haven't seen a moon get sucked into orbit of one of these planets, have we?
Originally posted by Beachcoma
All I'm saying is if you want to make your theory more convincing, you need to do better than back it up with more opinions or smart-ass remarks
This is skunk works. I'm entertaining your idea. Otherwise I would not have gone through the trouble of looking for supporting evidence for your "galaxy spits out stars" idea.
Apparently the observational evidence is suggesting that the Big Crunch may not pan out. It seems that everything is flying away from everything. So now they came up with a new theory. Yeah, you guessed it, it's called The Big Rip. Anyway they came up with this idea from observation of distant galaxies which all appear to move away from us at a very high speed. This is fact, as it has been observed. They call this force that counteracts gravity "dark energy," simply because they've no idea what it is.
I bring this point up to lend support for your theory of the planets moving further away. If you shoot me again I'm leaving this thread for good
Anyway, you gotta work on your theory, refine it quite a bit more to make it more believable. Right now it's really crude, with plenty of holes. And without any supporting evidence to back it up, it will remain a speculation, not theory. Remember that.
Originally posted by muse801
Is the recent increase in sun spot activity (global warming) due to this pregnancy?
In medievil times, the same rise in temperature happened. Do we have a two year old toddler close to the breast? LOL
This also sort of conincides with one of your posts where back in the day, our planet was purged of some nasty entities???
Originally posted by sleeper
Stars are formed at the center of galaxies, and are spit out individually or in clusters. Planets are formed inside of stars and spit out individually. And moons are formed inside of gas giant planets and spit out individually.
Originally posted by Essan
Anyway, rather than dismiss the theory may I ask a serious question?
How does your theory explain the apparent differences in composition of the various Moons of Saturn and Jupiter? Should they not all have similar atmospheres and surface features? Why are they all so different? I don't think current orthodox theories adequately explain the differences at present. If your theory can provide a means of explaining this difference you may be onto a winner
"….. internal electrostatic forces prevent stars from collapsing gravitationally and occasionally cause them to "give birth" by electrical fissioning to form companion stars and gas giant planets. Sudden brightening, or a nova outburst marks such an event. That elucidates why stars commonly have partners and why most of the giant planets so far detected closely orbit their parent star."