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Posted by Arthur house/">Arthur house on May 9, 1999 19:17:08 UTC

It appears that you guys are never going to figure how planets were formed. So I am going to tell you. They all came from the sun. Every so often a huge lump of mostly iron is blown from the core of the sun becuase of a chemical explosion; probably hydrogen and oxygen. The core gets ejected and blows straight out. Since the core is spinning, it tends to form a low orbit. Over time the orbit becomes more circular and longer since the sun has tides of gas that allow the preplanet to get further away with the passage of time. Since our planet is 4.3 billion years old and there are two planets closer to the sun, then we can assume that one of these explosions occur on a fairly regular basis; say around every one billion years. As a purely mathetical calculation, it would appear that the sun may be about ready to do it again. If this is true, then the universe is about the correct age of 12 billion years old give or take a few billion years. My question is this: Why do I have to tell you guys this stuff? The idea that planets formed at the same time as the sun is so stupid. And Steven get real with this black hole stuff. You know that gravity escapes or there would be no black hole. And if light does not escape then it must vary which means that the speed of light is not a constant. And if the speed of light is not a constant then you have to rethink all you math. And if light is not a constant, then the universe is probably not expanding as supposed.

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