posted on May, 26 2004 @ 10:51 PM
I know its just me but there's something more to the nature of our Solar System. With the recent discoveries of Gas Giant Planets in neighboring
systems, I can't but notice more and more that there is was once a pattern to the planets within a system of planets. I now scientists will tell you
that the solar systems formed out of the big bang, where their center stars oozed out the various planets and the planets oozed out their moons. But
if that were true, wouldn't all the planets be cold rocks just like the moons about them. When molten material hardens doesn't it just take on a
solid form and then that's the end of that.
The real weird thing is why do we have high pressure gas planets? I am in the oppinion that within these gases are a great variety of elemental
My feeling on the matter of our solar system is that it has changed long ago from the standard layout. I bet if you took a space craft to the next
solar system you would find a gas planet in its own orbiting position. You would however never find a gasless orb orbiting by its self around the
center star, just as with Mercury, Mars, and Pluto. I have come to the determination that Venus and Earth are twins. Something happened in the past
that caused Mercury to leave Venus' orbit. Also something made Pluto and Charon leave Neptune at the same time. This then brings me to say there is
something really wrong with Mars because it has no real significant atmospheric pressure or dense cloud gases. It is of my oppinion that the parent of
Mars was destroyed and is now the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. So looking at commonality, Venus and Earth being twins, Neptune and Uranus
being twins, thereby Saturn must have a similar twin, this one being or was being the destroyed world between Mars and Jupiter. In this case Jupiter
stands alone with no twin.
Could this lost planet have been a gas giant? If so, and all the planets are put back into their original positions, we have a perfect set of Seven
planets orbiting the Star Sol.
After looking at many astronomy text books on the planets, there was approximately 20 pure moons within our solar system. By pure moons I mean not
irregularly shaped asteroid bodies capured in orbit around a planet. The moons that I included in this number are Mercury, Mars, Pluto, Charon and
Quoar because they have no significant atmosphere or dense gas clouds. Keep in mind that the gas giants have a significant number of irregular shaped
asteroids in orbit around them, possibly originating from the source planet that took station between Earth and Jupiter. It would seem as though Mars
was struck with a terrible blow in its Southern Hemisphere by some unknown source in the past. It could have been pushed away in the blast of its
Now you say, Earth is not a high pressure gas planet. How does this fit? As I said before, Venus and Earth are twins. Earth at one time looked exactly
like Venus. Some point in time in the past Earth's elemental gases began to arange gradually, over a long period of time, to the planet we see today.
Now with all this in mind it would seem that each gas planet has its set number of orbiting moons.
Could it be that the Sol System's true identity be Seven Gas Planets and twenty(some) moons combined? There was once an object made with this form of
symetry. Could there be any truth to it?
When does Gu-ardor come back to form a line of worlds stretched out in endless continuity to stimulate resonance, all the way to the Great Centre?