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By making solar systems vortices, rather than globular balls of gas, we create solar systems with a productive lifecycle
By making solar systems vortices, rather than globular balls of gas, we create solar systems with a productive lifecycle

What we have achieved is to create a living, breathing Solar System with a fluctuating field of gravity at definitive points in its history, rather than a continuous burning ball of gas.

By making solar systems vortices, rather than globular balls of gas, we create solar systems with a productive lifecycle. They heat up, cool down, heat up, cool down, heat up, cool down, heat up, cool down. But as they do, all Solar System material begins an epic journey towards the centre of the Solar System to be unified with the star.

Yet, even with such a new idea, certain questions will be raised, and so let me tryand pre-empt these and answer what I believe the individual might ask.

q: If the star is a vortices rather than a consolidated ball of gas, why do we see a round ball of gas in the sky?

a: Initially the question perplexed me, then, after careful consideration I noticed something strange that explained it.

When we look at the Moon or a planet, what we see is a three dimensional object in the sky as one would expect.

However, when we view the sun, what we actually see is a two dimensional object.

And if we see an object in two dimensions, it normally means it's being projected. But how could this be I thought.

Further investigation leads me to believe what we see in the sky as the sun, is in fact an optical illusion: the same as a mirage in the desert.

As cold space pours down the sides of the vortex, it forces the hot gas to rise, thus creating an image in 2D rather than 3D.

More evidence supports this claim when we notice the temperature disparity between the sun's umbra, penumbra and corona. For if the Sun is, as science stipulates a constant burning ball of gas the temperature should remain constant at all points, and these glaring anomalies shouldn't be apparent.

The only logical explanation is to assume the star is a vortex and we are here by anything other than chance.

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