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Originally posted by Jezus
Originally posted by centurion1211
If the planets such as Jupiter are like electrons in an atom, why don't we see them "fly off" to join other stars and have other planets show up to replace them as actually happens with electrons in atoms during chemical reactions?
A chemical reaction on this scale would destroy the whole solar system...
The bigger the weather the less often it comes.
... in this theoretical model, gas giants are electrons. From the value of S I've been able to derive Jupiter's mass to the numerical value of an electron ...
Originally posted by tarheel997
Nice article, interesting read, but with these 3 being your ONLY references, you are going to get torn to shreds by anyone in the scientific community.
Encyclopedia, F. &. (1988). Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia (Vol. 1). (L. L. Bram, Ed.) New York City: Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia.
Hans C. Ohanian, R. P. (1989). Physics Second Edition, Explanded. Markham, New York, London: W.W. Norton & Company, Penguin Books Canada.
Physics. (n.d.). Retrieved 2007, 2008, from Wikipedia.org: en.wikipedia.org...
We learned on day one in school to never, ever, cite Wiki. A textbook and an encyclopedia are in the same vein. If you are to make claims such as this you have to multiple concrete references to back you up.
Originally posted by DaRAGE
If you read the conclussion he recons that two gas giants teh same as each other such as two jupiters would repel one another. i tend to disagree though.
Originally posted by Longchenpa
Originally posted by rickyrrr
Since your theory proposes that the clocks should run faster, it is in disagreement with experimental data. How do you resolve that?
don't confuse the poor guy, he's having fun.