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Earth and Mars on collision course.

As Venus, then progressively transcends between both of those planets, an artificial gravitational field will pull both, the Earth and Mars on a collision course with each other.

But at the very last moment, their natural gravitational fields will repel one another, causing each to spin the other in a different, opposite direction. And that should theoretically mean, as Venus plunged its way in between both The Earth and Mars, an interlocking mechanism would have insured both Mars and the Earth drew close, and then repelled, forcing themselves in a figure of eight movement as they each in turn orbited The Sun.

This would mean, at the end of the event, each planet would sit in each other's orbit. Mars would be behind The Earth, and The Earth in front of Mars, thus giving the impression planetary position has always been like that.

But what benefit might Martian life gain from this very precarious adventure?

That becomes palpable the moment we scrutinise the theory more closely. If as we said, Martian life may have had envious eyes for our world, and sought to occupy it, so they could inherit planet Earth themselves, the atmosphere would need to have been diluted still further to produce a higher, sustainable level of oxygen. And that universal event, could only be achieved with such enormous power, no individual species, regardless of how far advanced they are, could achieve it. They would need nature, and the statutory laws of physics to intervene.

If Venus was pushed, from a Jovian orbit, fell through space on a prearranged trajectory - and exchanged both the Earth and Mars' orbit for each other, then I would imagine Venus would have meant to continue on its journey, fuse with The Sun and generate such heat throughout the solar system, millions of years of evolution would have been conducted in the space of years, and then, with a thinner atmosphere, they could indeed inherit The Earth.

People might say the hypothesis madness, one deluded philosopher painting a picture of horrific disaster. But if that is the case, why do we see so many people witness ufos?

One might assume, from the amount of sighting's, these come from within close proximity. To expand this belief, we could also ask, why has over 90% of probes, both Russian and American sent to the martian terrain and the martian surface simply stopped functioning, never completed their journey or simply disappeared? Why did our planet register those high sulphurous contents from 542ad? And why do so many people claim to have been abducted?

Maybe there is a logical explanation to all of these events just waiting patiently to be discovered. Maybe one day we will have all those secrets we so desperately require answered, and maybe that insatiable human appetite for answers will lose its hunger. But that we will have to wait and see.

However, the one question, whether it surrounds the evolution of Earthlings, or Martians, is, how to find a route forward from creation to what we have become today. Or, put another: How did life actually begin?

We spoke earlier about how Planets themselves would formulate. What we said, was from an early implosion of spatial material, an explosion would be generated, and a new star would expel all its material into a newly constructed solar system. From there the star collapses back into a hot, fused vortex. Cold space funnels into the vorticies - and causes the central core to lift, thus creating a large, dome corona. After this initial stage is initiated, the star begins to cool, it loses its extreme temperature and thus a domino effect occurs. matter loses gravitational influence, and elementary particles fall towards the star. Once there they commence to fuse with the star, and reintroduce the cycle all over again.

However, if we consider our early Planets to be large gas giants, mainly manifesting themselves more towards a peripheral wall of the solar system, then we can assume as heat is reduced within the solar system, particles that cool will begin to produce ice.

We might like to imagine this with an example. If we look out into the depths of our solar system, we see Saturn with its beautiful ice rings. These rings are constructed of globular ice formation. If we now imagine the same type of event, only with Planets much larger, we can also assume their rings and globular ice matter much larger as well. And it will be those large ice-balls, or comets to give them their appropriate title, that will actually bring life to barren, gas polluted worlds.

By solidifying small particle ice molecules into larger, more sophisticated structures, we have built-in an ability to produce the molecular structure witnessed around us today, as life itself.

By allowing the star to literally keep condensing its gaseous material, we can create, in conjunction with an alternative body that Hydrogen fisson so necessary in the early foundation stages when solar systems propogate.

But later on, this basic particle fusion process, will convert into a more violent structure where large matter will be swallowed within the nebular itself. As this will cause such a dramatic heat expansion throughout our solar system, gravity will return at much higher levels.

At that point, large particles of solidified ice balls comets 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?

I would say, on the third orbit, when it hooks-up with Pluto, far greater than the two other orbits in its history. On each third orbit, the chances increase tremendously, and just because it has always missed us before, it doesn't necessarily mean it will miss us in the future, although this generation, and the next shouldn't worry too much. It's the generation after that, that might need to take a closer inspection and scrutiny of their future, because they might be the ones who fall foul of Halley's destiny.

One of the ironies with this analogy is, it will be the bringer of life, that actually becomes the purveyor of death.

If we assume, that when a comet, produced by stellar activity itself, begins an epic life cycle, then we should also assume its job is to create that cause and effect we spoke of. For when a Comet hits an embryo planet, made entirely of swampy gas soup, it will not only deliver a consignment of acids, but also an incubation structure through the primary heat it generates. When a Comet impacts, showers a newly formed planet in amino-acids, its heat generation will provide vital contributory factors to produce the building blocks of life; heat propagation. Slowly, over tens, if not hundreds of millions of years which follow, a vital change in the planet will commence. No longer will an early structure be surrounded by gas, but will also contain the foundation, and essence of life; an acidic companion.

At that point, our early formed planet, should still be a huge gas giant, its gravitational influence enormous, its core tiny. But with a gradual recognition of outside forces, mainly from the star, an advancement towards maturity is most certainly guaranteed.

As the star constantly runs hot and cold, continuously filters a gaseous atmosphere, the first cellular signs of life emerge. They would probably be so primordial we might not even recognise them today, and their only food supply would no doubt be a cannibalistic banquet where, in feeding frenzy, they constantly try to devour one another.

A newly produced planetary soup, will no doubt have a paradoxical nature at that point, devour one, reproduce two - and their ascent towards solid life, as we begin to understand it, is under way.

It would most likely, feed originally, off some carbon compound, that also assists with the dilutionary effects of gas related conditions, as we might recognise them today. And although it might seem unacceptable to some people, that life as we recognise it, emerged from this theory, I'm afraid we have to pay attention to detail, especially the principle of cause and effect.

If we wish to understand ourselves, then first we have to understand that which surrounds us. It is no use clutching at straws, and expect divine intervention at every twist and turn. That is not about to happen, even if God is out there. We have to accept, we would probably be part of a larger system, that simply does not know how to turn itself off.

And whether we like it or not, humanity will be resident for the duration, and when complete, in hundreds of millions of years time, that sorry state of affairs will begin all over again.

If from this chapter, I was asked to formulate, and then make a strong prediction, that I would hold to; not one where I constantly re-evaluate it and change my mind; I would say, that in maybe another half a billion years time, human life on Jupiter will be where we are today; no doubt having the same conversation. They will be arguing diligently about the very essence of life, how it came into being - and what the outcome might be. And if, at that point, they reach the same conclusion as us, that planetary construction is as evolutionary as the heavens, they will no doubt conclude themselves, that Uraniums will be debating the very same questions as them, and us before them, as probably the Martian's and Mercurean's did before us.

And as no doubt hundreds of millions of other civilisations are as we speak.

And I think, when they conclude all possibility of chance is extracted from the equation, they might just realise, that stars are not light years away but merely a stone's throw.

From that early, primordial soup, we have advanced to such high technology it frightens me. But the best is still to come. When mankind finally emerges from this chrysalis like planet, and spreads his wings to explore the great yonder we call space.

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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