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At that point, large particles of solidified ice balls comets, produced around planets, will experience a level of gravity far too high to accommodate their natural orbit, and just like a roulette ball placed in the tray at too higher a speed gets ejected, so will our comets.

What we see, is a Solar System that now becomes dependant on no one but itself. It has the ability to bring itself to life, use gravity and heat to consolidate particle matter, and then refine and process early gases to a central, euqatorial belt around any newly forming planet. And with an extra exertion of force, delivered by heat expansion, those globular ice balls can be flung undirectionally out into the harsh, cold regions of space, to condense still further and produce acids.

But we should remember, Newton's laws say, those bodies must return to their point of origin, or back to the very planet that constructed them in the first place, as they have nowhere else to go.

And that means, we have laid the foundations of life. We have produced comets, not from a universal design, deep out in space, where they race about striking a planet by luck, but more where a newly engineered planet engineers its own life simultaneous, ejects it out to the nether regions of space - and reclaims it at a later date.

What we endeavoured to do was, produce a structured system, where once again life, its espoused components and contributory bodies has not had to rely on either chance or luck. In fact, it has relied solely on the instinctive nature that it does not know how not to create; what we have termed, cause and effect.

The universe itself exerted pressure on a piece of condensed matter, that caused a chain reaction, and ever since that time it simply cannot close itself down. Only two real factors were needed to create an evolutionary solar system, heat and gravity. And although at that point, a lot of people might suggest it makes a mere mockery of our chapter on God, I think not, or at least err on the side of caution. For we know little of the ecumenical matters, and although the concept might be viewed as idiosyncratic in its nature, there is always room in life for flexibility, and even more so with philosophy.

Therefore, when we look at what we've achieved through these pages, we see a self governing universe, with the ability to propagate its own life. When those huge globular ice balls come hurtling back to the newly forming planet, we actually witness what we saw with Schumaker - Levy 9 comet, which impacted so fantastically and so dramatically against Jupiter a few years back.

Slightly beyond Jupiter's mighty remit, it segmented, positioned itself and then struck in several different places, and each piece, I'm reliably told, had the impact potential of hundreds of Hiroshima bombs.

Some scientists at the time, busied themselves in the usual way, lots of running about, lots of screaming, prophesy's of doom, with Armageddon in hot pursuit. And the time honoured promise to government of: "If you could just find another billion pounds for a new telescope, we could actually predict any of these monsters heading our way and impacing against the Earth." They never miss an opportunity, and in a world where research is tight, and funding restricted, I hardly blame them.

But I would like to briefly add on to that, if one of those awesome beasts is destined for us, I'd rather not know thank you very much. There is little, or nothing we could do to prevent such calamity, and worrying ourselves sick for three months in advance, is not my idea of fun. I would rather die ignorant, in my own bed, preferably with a good woman.

However, because we actually constructed ourselves a solar system, through strong criteria, rather than ambiguities, I think the chances of us being hit by a large Comet remote. But not entirely out of the question.

We witness, every 76.1 years, Halley pursue its monotonous and laborious journey around our own solar system. As Halley will meet with Pluto, at it's aphelion: That point in a planet or comet's orbit when it is fathest from the sun, every third orbit, and be affected by Pluto's gravitational influence, we must assume it will swing in closer towards us.

These periods, will be the ones, logged throughout history - and probably were mistaken by the wise men as the star over the stable during the birth of Christ, so just how wise that made the wise men is anyone's guess?

But, if we consider, for a moment, the fact we said individual Planets build individual comets, and Halley, exclusively belongs to us, what are the chances of it hitting planet Earth?

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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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