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Thoughts on the Nebular Theory of our Planetary System Formation
Nebular Hypothesis creation
Invented by: Emmanuel Swedenbrog
The most accepted explanation of the creation of the solar system.
Pierre-Simon Laplace proposed a similar model
The Nebular Hypothesis
A planetary system begins large
From an spherical cloud very cold
Nebula becomes hotter when:
The Kinect energy particle increases
In the center of it, a protostar starts forming
Some key words of the hypothesis
Growth of the protostar
Transport of mass
Gas drifting outwards
Mixing of materials
Some critics of the theory
A disk of dust doesn't become turbulent as easy as they explain.
That close to the Sun, the vortices would create a friction, collisions and heat.
This cannot be that possible
The accretion disk is radially symmetrical
The accretion disk cannot become hot like the Earth's interior
The gravitational compression inside the planets alone, could heat up their core up to the known temperatures.
Is no reason to get small iron planets close to the Sun
Also, the large rocky planets can be that far form the Sun
Those planets that are at very large distances from each other, is no reason there is no mine-planets or dust between them
Jupiter has its Trojan asteroids at fixed distances on its orbit, this will never disappear or form new planets.
Why can Jupiter just eliminate them?
In no foundation of the split into a group of core planets close to the star and a group of gas planets far from the star.
Like pretending that there would be a natural reason for it.
A solar explosion
The sun is highly magnetic, it is made of metal and iron
By all the iron that the Sun has, it can cause an explosion
By this, the planets size's should comply in some way with the explosion scenario