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If at the time when the nebulous spheroid from
which formed the Solar system, filled the orbit of Neptune, it had reached
already such a degree of density in which it was possible to connect those
units of matter, consist of particles of sodium, and if according to
the above analogies the heat evolved from this protagonismo
the connection was very large compared to the heat resulting from
we are known chemical compounds, it is possible to conclude that vague
the spheroid during its reduction would have far greater
the amount of heat than in the case if he was initially
ordinary temperature, and if he was to escape only from the
warmth, which has occurred due to the reduction We want to say that
if the last period during which there was increased
the release of heat by the Sun, it is necessary to take into account the initial
temperature, and it could become extremely significant from
protagonista changes taking place in the ancient periods {of Course,
is the question whether the high temperature caused by earlier ones
collisions of celestial masses which brought the matter to the state
nebulae? According to the assumption made in the "Main basis" (
136, ed. 182 1862 and subsequent editions), after done all
those secondary disintegration (of dissolutio) which follow evolutions,
must be done even the disintegration of large bodies in which or on which
done secondary evolution and disintegration, and it has been argued in
favor of the view that such disintegration will be generated by those
a huge transformation of mechanical motion into molecular, which is
the result of the collision, the basis for these arguments is a statement
Herschel that star clusters must occur on collision. Can
however, to argue that, although in close star clusters and true
to expect such a result, however, it is difficult to suppose that
the result could be in our solar system, whose members
the spaces between the members which can be roughly compared to a pin
heads that are 50 miles from one another. It would seem that a
eternity must pass before due to the resistance of the ether or
some other reasons for individual members of a star system can be
given in such mutual proximity, what would the collision
Regarding the duration of existence of solar heat in
future, its computation must inevitably be a difference, depending on
fact, taken into account those protagonista changes which may
to be, have yet to occur. As it is true that the amount of heat
meant to stand out, measured amount of movement, forced
to get lost, and that this amount should be the same, is there
the convergence of particles by chemical compounds or by
mutual attraction, or by both, nevertheless,
obviously, all depends on the finally achieved density, and it is
must in large measure depend on the nature of the formed substances finally.