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So we get less than 50 micrograms of gold per second.
all the other stars
The real figure is probably something like a thousand times less- maybe even smaller than that.
The gold was given to the earth when the sun's pipe were cleaned out at the end of its first life, with fusion hammer part of the force by which extra gold was made.
I also believe the gold on earth came from the sun, when the modern solar system and earth was forming. Our sun is a second generation star, that was once a first generation star. Its first life cycle ended in less than super nova fashion, allowing the sun to project its materials close by, to form planets. It then reconstituted itself for a second life cycle.
On the other hand, if we pressurize and ionize one electron from both hydrogen and iron, hydrogen now becomes denser. Density is mass/volume. The ionization of the single electron of hydrogen decreases its volume to neutron density, while the iron with one electron ionized still has many electron left and it will retain it atomic density, since the rest of its electrons take up atomic space.
asteroids didn't liquidise and the precious metals did not sink
Quote from: Petrochemicals on 14/07/2021 16:25:54asteroids didn't liquidise and the precious metals did not sinkI think that what you say is right as the old asteroids would have accumulated more of the solar output on their surface than a larger planet that is actively hot.
But where did the gold in the sun come from? Did it sink to the centre of the primeval sun? If so how is there lead copper or iron on earth?
I think most metals originated during the formation of the planets.
this is only a theory
What you have is a guess.
Where does your word come in the established hierarchyGuessConjectureHypothesisTheoryand what would we gain from your word, compared to using the proper words?
I think a word like theoryhypothesisconjectureguess is just too much