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We'll continue from our last chapter, and discuss how to build planets, where we showed how an exploding star can literally shower an entire, newly formed Solar System in iron core matter. But before we do so, we have to immerse ourselves a touch more deeply into the very make-up of planetary evolution, and decipher what that term actually means. Just so we know exactly what we discuss.

Planetary evolution, basically shows us the construction of a planet or Planets from a star's central iron core, surrounding gas particles and constant fluctuations of its internal temperature, as it continuously regulates its atomic reaction of localised conditions.

Theoretically, from the star's perspective, to construct Planets shouldn't be that difficult: It simply becomes a process where natural propagation takes over from a consistent disparity of heat.

We suggested, as newly formed Galaxies mature with age, and constantly collapse back on themselves, spacial matter is dragged into the nebula. Thus allowing a condensing of gas based vapour material to form. Gradually an ubiquity starts to apply surrounding pressure; and continues until its atomic process can take no more. At that exact moment, the core implodes, detonates and showers a regionalised Solar System in particle matter. Most of which would-be made of iron, the rest gas, small rocks, dust - and debris. And a searing heat from the star is produced in conjunction with other stars. For as they instinctively pull against each other, atoms are condensed and fission is produced. And once the initial chain reaction takes place, a very hot, early Solar System is born.

We allowed this action to come about because of cause - effect, and now it has the ability to establish planets, comets, life and a stable condition of nuclear reaction to continue a life cycle and develop, not just planetary motion, but also the fabric of life that will inevitably crawl across its surface, mature and grow in to intellectual species, that will one day, no doubt discuss how the process began in the first place!

Yet we should remember at this juncture, all of this will be controlled by gravity. And most of that gravity will be implemented by the temperature of the star as it constantly recycles the debris it initially showered the Solar System with in the first place.

If we momentarily imagine a newly exploded star pulling heavily down on the very fabric of space in a tight hot vortex, spiraling ever downwards, a vortex which produces a duel action from a reciprocal star deep out in space, we see the vortex try to drag all Solar System matter back in to the localised area, but simultaneous, is forbidden from doing so, because of an abnormally high temperature which permeates the Solar System itself.

Heat pushes it away, leaving it no option other than to spin continuosusly in an eliptical movement. What we might term a pushing and pulling motion of equal forces, or balanced forces to be more precise.

At this period in its history, it has but one logical option open to it, to rotate. As our Solar System filled with gas and debris is only left with that individual option, to rotate, it gradually picks-up speed. As this happens each particle or individual piece of matter begins to produce its own gravitational influence on each other particle.

We have now managed to produce, what we could call, a primary solar system with an inbuilt ability to create the very essence of life we are looking for.

No getting lucky. No being in the right place at the right time.

What we have done is we have constructed an evolutionary star, with an evolutionary planetary structure encompassed. But what we need now, is a meticulous and methodical application so the cooking process can continue unabated and bring an embryonic Solar System foward to fruition.

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Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.

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