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Our Sun and the Solar System.
With a hot, fused vortex, our sun, desperately trying to reclaim its particle mass, and the heat simply refusing to capitulate, one of the two has to give way.
We can assume it will not be the gravitational influence of the star itself, therefore it has to be the heat. For our new star it is simply a waiting game. It can hold its gravitational ability as long as is needed, and still remain a strident force even when heat is reduced to such an extent, the Solar System itself gradually beings to lose momentum.
As heat permeating the Solar System reduces itself, particle matter starts to operate to a principle of equivalence: All objects in a vacuum fall with an equal ratio.
A slow decent back towards the core of the star, is then under way.
The star will, by this time, probably have switched from bright yellow, possibly even a strong white, with them early temperatures, toward a sallow blue. A brand new Solar System laden with sulphur and carbon, offset with oxygen and Hydrogen is by this time starting to capitulate. Very hot temperatures relinquish their hold - and all solid matter recedes back to its point of origin.
But as this procession gets started, a new set of laws enter the equation. As all matter slowly pursues a descent towards its ultimate destination, the star itself, we must assume a certain amount of matter arrives first. This will begin to fuse immediately with the star's rim. And once that happens, matter begins to burn, heat is restored and rotation once again commences, gravity is returned and all globular matter solidifies.
These early pieces of solid matter, probably iron based, become the very foundation of new planetary life. We can assume the more solid and dense they become, the higher the volume og gravitational influence they produce, the more they will attract other particles towards them.
We might like to think of a simple analogy to explain this event, so a complex theory becomes more ingrained on the mind and produces an easier recognition in future discussions.
Picture a solar system, slightly cone shaped, with a large hot vortex at its base. The rest of the Solar System rising upward, literally crammed with primordial gases, some larger fragments of rock and debris. Now let it spin in your mind, so the whole system rotates violently in one huge gas filled eddy. And you'll see, as those larger pieces of matter find their own value within the cone-shaped voticies, the chances are they will try to counter act this hot tempest. In other words they will try to envelope a system where they spin counter clockwise to the vortex itself. Therefore, if the vorticies moves itself clockwise, large forming material will move counter clockwise to try and retain its position within the voxtex.
This should enable the newly clumping matter to collect gas. Imagine it like a machine at the fun fair, where a candyfloss is bought. A stick is run around a large steel bowl scooping hot melted sugar, which is then converted it into a large fluffy, pink cloud.
Imagine in the Solar System large early rock formation acting just like that stick, and all the Solar System gas building up around it. Eventually, what will remain, will be a couple of dozen different planets, all large gas giants, and all the excess gas removed to close proximity around them.
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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