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Pearl Necklace said...

Can we of these provisions, especially the latter,
deduce any inferences regarding the development of heat during
condensation of nebulous masses? Affected if in any way these conclusions
those accepted at the present time?
First, it seems possible to infer from the physico-chemical facts
in General, the concentration of the dispersed matter of foggy masses in particular
the masses was only possible through those connections, of which
formed elements. If we remember that hydrogen and oxygen in a free
able have almost insurmountable resistance to a liquid
state, whereas the chemical connection they are easy to move in
liquid state, that may give us the idea that in the same way and
those of a more simple types of matter of which is formed elements could not
to reach even that degree of density which are known gases that are not
subjected to compounds, which we can call protohominid,
the result of each such protagonismo compounds were highlighting
warmth, and then the mutual attraction of the parts could be further
thickening of the misty mass.
If we thus discern two sources of heat that accompanies the
the condensation of nebulous masses - the warmth originating from protohominid
compounds, and the heat originating from the compression caused by gravity
(and one and the other can be explained by the cessation of movement), we can
to conclude that the sources of these varies take part in early and more
later stages of aggregation. It seems likely that at a time when
heat dissipation is large, and the force of attraction is negligible,
the main source of heat is a compound of matter, more
simpler than any known to us, in the known units of matter,
whereas, on the contrary, at a time when it achieved close aggregation,
the main source of heat is the force of gravity, with the resultant
pressure and gradual reduction. Suppose that this is so; look
what can we conclude.