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Offline Alohascope

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Well .. I got a message that external links are not allowed.  Mods, please, how do we confirm our statements?

My theory supplemental to Nebular Hypothesis hinges on the large number of 'ice planets/moons' in our solar system, Pluto included, plus new discoveries suggesting that Venus, Earth and Mars were once entirely covered by water, with earth's water in/on our planet at the time of its creation.  I suggest the Waterfall Nebula image shows the creation of planet/moon size globs of water which are then ejected into space by the pulsing red star at bottom right.  I think those globs under their own gravity become spheres which as their plasma envelope subsides are enclosed in an ice shell. I suggest phase transition, then biological processes, then geological processes create worlds and moons as we know them today. 



For those who say water cannot exist in space:  a new discovery finds a huge cloud of water vapour around a Black Hole. 

 

« Last Edit: 25/01/2016 23:39:55 by Alohascope »


 

Offline Space Flow

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You have to play with us for a while to get the privilege of posting links.. :)

I suggest the Waterfall Nebula image shows the creation of planet/moon size globs of water which are then ejected into space by the pulsing red star at bottom right.  I think those globs under their own gravity become spheres which as their plasma envelope subsides are enclosed in an ice shell. I suggest phase transition, then biological processes, then geological processes create worlds and moons as we know them today. 
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/1110/waterfall2_kpno_900.jpg

For those who say water cannot exist in space:  a new discovery finds a huge cloud of water vapour around a Black Hole. 

http://www.space.com/12400-universe-biggest-oldest-cloud-water.html

Hope that helps
« Last Edit: 14/01/2016 03:10:07 by Space Flow »
 
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