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Our Solar System at this point would then begin, over millions of years, to find its own parity: And the volume of mass of the star would match that of those newly formed gas structured Planets themselves.

Once again we have encountered a principle of balanced forces, where the star, and its elementary Planets achieve weight distribution.

But we have to deduce, from this belief, that nothing can stand still forever. We could easily assume the Solar System is now out of control. The star can no longer control its freshly constructed embryonic planets, and they in turn, cannot determine the future of the star.

And so, the only single governing factor in the equation now, is temperature. It may seem an insignificant idea, that a principle of temperature fluctuation can determine the plight of an entire Solar System and everything that inhabits it. And although science would call our star a constant burning ball of gas, we have to endorse that wisdom of George Bernard Shaw again, and ask: If our star, and every other star in the universe is a stable, constant burning ball of gas, how do we encounter ice age phenomenon? It's inconceivable to believe, with such climatical patterns of weather, ice age periods and an observation of that which surrounds us this, is anything but stable. In fact we might deduce it highly unstable!

If we return to that early period, that aeonic outset, where a Solar System permitted a series of balanced forces to be established, we should assume it is motivated by two key criteria: Heat and gravity. These two basic products act as a counter balance to each other. If either is upset, the other must redetermine its location - and position to bring itself back in conjunction with its equal and opposite number.

If heat is lost, planetary motion will slow, the Planets will lose gravity and move in towards a lower orbit, so once again it can drive heat from that position and reintroduce a high enough velocity to balance itself back out.

However, if too much heat is induced from the central core of the star, Planets will move obviously in an alternative direction. They will find a higher, more distant location from the star, and turn at a lower ratio. This means balanced forces are always employed and always purvey a distribution of weight.

We might also apply the same analogy for the Galaxy and universe beyond, as we mentioned previously in an earlier chapter.

However, there is the quantum principle to consider: Small gravity. For although we have now shown how to introduce a star, by fusion, created basic Planets through heat and gravity, we have not yet shown how to bring the planet forward fully to fruition.

One of the difficulties here, is the initial blueprint we work from. It might sound illogicall to us as humans, because we like problems to be complicated. It is a natural human infliction, whether we like it or not, that the human race enjoys their problems complex. And the more difficult the conundrum that presents itsel, the greater the satisfaction we get from solving it.

But it should be remembered, the universe is not of homosapien structure, it is more homogenous in its structure. It likes things ordered, and run along the same lines, from the same original blueprint. The universe, as we previously mentioned likes things ordered, therefore problem solving for it becomes based on one design.

If we take this factor into account, we can deduce that a centre of large gravity is no different in its interpretation, than that of a centre of small gravity. They indeed become part and parcel of the same thing. Although we might deduce quantum physics as small gravity, to the universe, there is no logical reason why it should deduce it under any other assumption than that of large gravity. Both are controlled instinctively within their own remit, and both from the same perspective.

So size is not really important?

Not really. To the universe, it has no observational content to it. In other words, it simply cannot discriminate. It applies the same basic laws to large bodies as it will to small bodies. Therefore, if we perceive large bodies of matter planets having to either move closer, or father awey from the star, due to temperature control, we should also assume that when laying the foundations of the planet itself, it will welcome, for planetary matter, the same design.

As all particles in motion apply automatic, to an individual weight, which should be governed by temperature, then as our newly acquired Planets move in closer, or distance themselves farther away, particles around them gases must follow the same philosophy.

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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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