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Pearl Necklace said...

This number represents two apparently insurmountable difficulties.
First, a sequence of numbers gives breaks. Neptune has the same
the density of Saturn, which, on the proposed hypothesis, is not supposed to be.
Uranium is denser than Jupiter, which should not be. Uranus is denser than Saturn, and
The earth is denser than Venus, these facts not only support the above
explanation, but directly contradict it. A second objection is even more
the obvious way to undermine this view is low density
Sun If in the period when the Sun was spreading to the orbit of mercury,
the degree of condensation of the particles was such that it separated from the ring
formed a planet whose density is equal to density of iron, the very
The sun, when it finally focused, must have a density
much higher than the density of iron, and yet its density is only
slightly more than the density of water. Instead of being much denser
the nearest planet, the density of the Sun is one-fifth the density of this
But the fact that such anomalies refute the position, if the relative
density of the planets provide a direct indication of the degree of condensation foggy
substances that does not mean that they denied the process.
The difference of the densities of the bodies in the Solar system may be subject to
several possible reasons: 1) differences between the planets in relation to
the elementary substances that compose them or by differences in the proportions of such
elementary substances, if they are homogeneous planets; 2) differences in the
the amount of substance, since the sameness of other mutual
the attraction of the molecules should make a large mass denser than
small; 3) differences in temperature, because under the same other
the conditions of those bodies, which have a higher temperature, will be
lower density; 4) differences in physical structure: it all depends on how
gaseous, liquid or solid; or, alternatively, differences in the relative
the amount of solid, liquid and gaseous substances in them is