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23 December 2009 @ 06:00 am
The Life of the Sun  
more likely she will have to push the older planets a little further out first (by behaving like a red giant)(depends on the quartmester)
Planet cores don't stay hot forever, but planets will grow until their cores are cold

http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2009/23dec_voyager.htm

The article hints at the abrupt effects upon the the sun's management of the energy of the solar system when it moves from empty space into encounters with the magnetic forcing conditions found within the galactic spiral arms. Up until this disclosure, evidence of the development of planetary bodies and their satellites within the solar system has been misunderstood.
The sun absorbs extrasolar bodies; their materials are broken down, melded, and sculpted by the physics dynamo of the sun; as it traverses out of galactic spiral arms its gravity relaxes and its orb expands like a red giant carrying the bellied sphere(s) to outer layers; as the sun encounters galactic arms pressure upon it increases radically forcing it to collapse back into heavier gravity; this process flings the condensed bellied material out into the solar system (where it becomes satellites to planets, crashes into planets (mars was aborted once before and debris contributes to the rings around saturn, jupiter, neptune, and uranus). The process is tiring and exposes the sun(as a star) to vulnerabilities resulting from energy conditions outside of the solar system

Incidentally, the above description of how the solar system evolved lends itself to deductively systematic demonstrations that all calculations about the age of the solar system and universe are preposterous
The kuiper Belt of planet making material may need to be identified as a specific phenomenon of the local spur (Orion-Cygnus spiral arm)if we are projected to leave Pluto (a dead rock made in another Solar System?) behind (if it is not captured by neptune, uranus, or Jupiter with the help of a gravitationally more potent sun) as the solar system circumnavigates the milky way (the Sun's Gravity and its Heliosheath are correspondingly projected to weaken and shrink upon its exit from spiral arms). (was the moon ripped away from mars? a body drawn from outside in stages)
See the larger planets form as a result of solar collections resulting from extended travels through the Sagitarius spiral arm and the Scutum-Centaurus Arm. The others planets formed as a result of shorter travels through those arms and/or the unlikely longer travels through the Norma Spiral Arm and the Perseus Arm.
 
 
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