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This is the chapter that could probably account for a book all by itself, and so limited for space, we have to take a very candid, and condensed view of our planet, Earth, and possibly every other planet in the known universe, regardless of how many worlds there might be secretly hidden anonymously out there.

I said some time ago now, when it came to opening the universe, constructing its Galaxies and stars, I did not so much favour a calamitous exchange, Big Bang, but rather a more steady application, and for our Earth, I will remain of the same opinion. Some how, I think mankind's obsession with explosions, is motivated by his own destructive desire, rather than that of universal wisdom.

However, in saying that, there must be arbitration to my belief somewhere, and so we will accept our star, and every other star was born of an early hot fusion process.

If at some time in its distant past, the Solar System was born through a detonation of globular matter, and then showered the ambient Solar System Volcano like in a primordial gas soup, we might just be able to engineer a chain of events to build what we see around us today.

If our Sun fused, ejected all of its matter, and then collapsed back into what we termed a solar-vortex, we may show a regulatory production cycle capable of constructing a Solar System with its Planets and life, as we view it today.

But to achieve this momentous task, we would indeed, need to introduce a reason as to why it might happen. And we call this reason: Cause and effect. That basically shows, as one region generates a principle cause, it will naturally effect another region in a domino relationship. Heat would be the most productive mechanism to evaluate during this period, simply because of the substance around us we deal with.

When we talk openly of sculpting the world, we have to remember, every molecule, particle and atom is delicately constructed via its own atomic weight, and change the weight and you change its direction in history.

Therefore, in dealing with the slow structural make-up of an evolutionary solar system, we must deduce the star not to be globular fashion, but more salutary in its manufactured state. I.E., that vorticies principle we initially spoke of. And if this type of star, was born through a fusion exchange, then the body would have only a short, and limited time to burn.

But if the life cycle can be exacerbated by the production of burning more fuel, we might literally see the basis of fluctuating temperatures throughout our entire solar system, and could assume, as a young early Solar System ejected matter, probably of an iron base, around our infant region, the star would eventually seek and be motivated to claim that matter which belongs to it.

However, the star should theoretically, be presented with some problems. These problems of course, being initiated by the laws of gravity.

As a young star distributes its matter among the solar system, the matter must naturally try to drift back to its point of origin. The star itself. Yet, as this precipitous march gets under way, heat from our star should logically prohibit the event from occurring. And so, rather than an inexorable continuation toward recovery of particle matter, what we see, is equally distributed forces which paradoxically push and pull simultaneous.

In other words, as the star is determined to retrieve its matter, that material which it initially showered the embryonic Solar System with, heat produced from the star forbids matter being quickly recovered. And thus, creates spin!

If early matter cannot be recycled, but cannot be pushed farther away either, its natural laws of motion, say it must continue in a fluid state, that of revolving around the hot early vortex. Only at a discrete distance from its primary core. This allows a steady participation of atomic particles, to be constantly attracted to a larger central body. We might explain this more simply by saying, an aging process would show a conclusive geography of matter throughout the Solar System if we looked for it.

But this geography wouldn't just take account of size, but probably more important, gas dilution surrounding any newly forming planet.

If we then view the Planets of our own solar system, we see those of Mars and Mercury contain little, if no gas, whereas larger, outer Planets such as Jupiter and Neptune contain large elementary gas levels. This alone offers us, what some might term, a subjective argument to pursue a stronger, more natural evolutionary process, where life itself, is only as evolutionary as the planet, its surrounding solar system, Galaxies and universe beyond.

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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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