reply to post by Raytrek
Raytrek, thank you for taking the time to consider what I have proposed, and responding honestly.
Just recently main stream scientists are only now starting to question their own theory of planet formation
Astronomers Discover Planet That Shouldn’t Be There
Gathering dust just doesn't
seem to get it any longer to form a planet. Really? lol
Your idea of a "Fusion" event at the center of the planet formation is, at least in my mind, right on track.
Giving scientists a break
We human beings by our very nature are extremely limited in the ability to comprehend information, and process it. Its not our faults really, we were
born that way. Scientists are just as prone to the "herd mentality" as all the rest of us. The Shepard tells us to go this way or that with our
thinking, and we generally obey. With some exceptions like Nicola Tesla and even Albert Einstein, who decided not to stay in the box.
Fusion, at the core
You see the conundrum? At a time physics should be asking for more matter into the core to account for the expansion, in fact it is losing
matter out of the core, so riddle me that, what kind of chemical reaction could do that?
Yes, quite a riddle, unless you consider other
possibilities, and jump outside the proverbial scientific box.
It is now established the earth has grown from prehistoric times. Where does the extra matter come from. Well, some of those boxed scientists will
tell you "space dust" has collected on the surface and that accounts for the expansion. Really? If that's true, where is all the miles of dust
hiding? i still have bed rock showing on my property....
Scientists have been scouring the heavens looking for one thing, when it all gets boiled down. They look for a factory that spews out Suns, planets,
dust, etc, etc, etc. They try to come to terms with the vastness of the vacuum of deep space. Where did it all start? I suggest, it all started
right below their feet, with your "Fusion" theory, but modified.
Space, deep space, has a characteristic that is common, its a vacuum. Vacuums draws things into itself. Obviously then that when the Sun was formed,
and our planet, was formed in a perfect vacuum. Gravity and molecular attraction did not even exist at that point.
Why is it absolutely normal for a scientist to believe in black holes, where all matter is drawn into, and not the reverse? Space is a vacuum, it
draws into itself, it does not blow things into a black closet or hole. Why not "White Holes", where things are blown into the vacuum? Fusion
There is no factory.......
To be continued: