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Offline roarer

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Solar System..a theory
« on: 01/06/2006 11:50:59 »
I have a theory which may be called as based on factual scientific data. This regards the solar system and it's function as pre-determined by the natural processes and as I believe by, indirectly, that supernatural being we call God. .......who is, an abstract being but who nevertheless, is so perfect and ingenious that we cannot comprehend it. I say IT simply because we, with our comparative naive intelligence cannot but call it.....IT.The concept of having a supernatural being who is in this state is wholly alien to us in this bodily mode.
This scientific data is as follows:
1) The earth we inhabit was created by a so-called "big bang". As the name implies this was some sort of a catastrophic occurance in what we call space...and perhaps in the solar system.
2) The earth is aging and is being attracted closer to the sun and it is estimated that in some pre-determined billions of years the earth shall arrive at a certain point where the sun shall destroy all on earth by heat. The earth shall then become desolate and uninhabitable.
 My theory is based on these facts.
There are eight major planets (not including Earth) in the solar system.
Each is desolate and uninhabitable.
I contend that each of those planets were.....previous earths like the one we presently inhabit with similiar populations and similiar nations. Each of those planets went through that pre-determined natural process of destruction of all inhabitants by the sun's heat. Simultaneous to this destruction, the "big bang" (which is credited with the creation of the earth we now inhabit) in order to compensate for that destruction, creates another "world" which commences from the beginning of time (e.g. dinosaur, caveman era) every time. And so "creation" as we know it is continous even though those "earths" are destroyed and this is managed  by nature at some billions of years...which is infinity to us.   The 'big bang" however does more than "create" another "earth". It, simultaneously, catapults the destroyed "old earth" which by now is so hot from being close to the sun that it may be nearly molten.........to a point which is furthest from that sun.....and this is done for it to cool off.
Going on this theory then we can safely assume that the present Earth as we know it was not the first......but the NINTH "earth community" Furthermore we can calculate which "planet" was the one which was the immediate "previous earth" to ours......and the planet which was the "first earth".
If we assume that the 'earth" previous to ours was the "last" to be catapulted...in order to cool off....and this would mean that it would be at a point which is furthest from the sun....then Pluto..which is the furthest from the sun.....would have been the "earth community" which was the immediate  prior to our earth.And the  "first earth" of course would be the one closest to the sun...which is of course.....Mercury.Between Mercury (the first earth) and Pluto(the last earth prior to the present one) we are talking of a time span here which is infinity.........(hundreds of billions of years). I would assume that at every "big bang" each planet is displaced...where the next would result in this present Earth taking Pluto's place...and where Pluto would then come a litle bit closer to the sun...with this present earth, now inhabited taking it's place..in order to cool off.
The "next  earth' community then would see an extra planet in the solar system which of course they would name. They would have then  NINE major planets(instead of the eight we presently see on this earth).....(not including their earth)
« Last Edit: 02/06/2006 12:45:03 by daveshorts »


 

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Re: Solar System..a theory
« Reply #1 on: 01/06/2006 12:07:06 »
quote:
Originally posted by roarer
]I have a theory. . .

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Re: Solar System..a theory
« Reply #2 on: 01/06/2006 16:02:55 »
I think this is a new theory, so I will move it to this section tomorrow
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Re: Solar System..a theory
« Reply #3 on: 01/06/2006 16:17:33 »
tooo long but theory #2 is almost correct 1 day the sun will expand and eventually engulf the earth

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Re: Solar System..a theory
« Reply #4 on: 02/06/2006 00:28:22 »
oops.......sorry about that moderator...I did not realise that there is a "new theory" section on this forum......otherwise I would have posted it there. Thanks for moving it.
« Last Edit: 02/06/2006 00:30:34 by roarer »
 

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Re: Solar System..a theory
« Reply #5 on: 12/06/2006 02:30:17 »
Aha! God's playing a board game; and the planets are his dice [8]

That's funny, I thought the big bang created the whole universe, supernova was the name for stars exploding and nebulas condense into... ah, what kinda people would live on jupiter, saturn or neptune?

Given that gloomy scenario... what would god think about terraforming and colonizing as many planets as possible in the solar system? Or changing the orbits of the planets?

Anyway, thanks to evolution, if people are still alive after only a few hundred thousand years, they wont even be homosapiens anymore. Imagine those little gray aliens from UFOs, I bet we'll look like that.
 

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Re: Solar System..a theory
« Reply #6 on: 14/06/2006 10:37:34 »
I don't know Xeto....I am no expert..I am just espousing a theory.
And by the way....we on the present planet Earth have named them as Jupiter  Saturn and Neptune.
And I don't think that it's such a gloomy scenario.....it just reflects life I guess...everything gets old and dies.....and is replaced by the young and the new..as similiar to humans..plants etc. I guess the planet Earth is no different..it has to age and die....and it has to be replaced by the new
 

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