Very cool, I love this kind of stuff. I would think they were ejected from orbit. I've played with some 3d models in different physical
environments and it really doesn't take much for an object to be pushed off its current path.
We have so much to learn, and re-learn. I'm looking forward to the future and any drastic changes, events, in this current history.
Yea, I see where a so-called comet is suppose to come by earth and follow us around starting on June 2nd, 2011..It is called 2009 BD and will get .09
LD in closeness to earth...Seems to follow our orbit for several months according to JPL...
S&F. Read the story during some down time at work and it got me thinking. If that many planets can be tossed out during formation, there must be alot
more out there than we currently estimate. Just shows the more we learn, the more we don't understand. The article I read also mentioned the
possibility of them forming around brown dwarfs or some similar event. Not to ramble, but I read an article in Scientific American a while ago about
the possibilty of planets forming around stars that became neutron stars,destroying the original planets in the system and over time new ones
formed. Will try to find it.
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