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Ellyll Wrote:
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> In some cases what you say may be correct, but not
> always or even often, as far as I can tell.
>
> For instance, in our solar system the major
> planets are far too aligned on the ecliptic, and
> have for too low eccentricity in their orbits to
> be random aquisitions.


Capture mechanics includes orbital stabilization via charge. The settling is natural as is the alignments.

> In addition the apparent helium level in the outer
> planets appears far to low to allow them to be
> burned out stars.

Which planets?

I quote Jeffrey Wolynski: "As stars evolve into rocky differentiated worlds, the ratio of lighter elements to heavy elements diminishes considerably"

Helium is light its ratio to heavier elements will be less and less the older a star gets.

Regards,
Daniel

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failure and death of the standard nebular model of planet formation 480 D-Archer 06-Dec-19 14:18
Re: failure and death of the standard nebular model of planet formation 30 Ellyll 22-Dec-19 04:19
Re: failure and death of the standard nebular model of planet formation 50 D-Archer 22-Dec-19 11:28


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