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Pearl Necklace said...

This planet, obviously, could not be durable. She could always
be disaster because of the change in its gaseous nucleus. If
would, under any conditions of pressure and temperature reached, compound
part of this gaseous nucleus has suddenly come to protagonista
connection, forming a new element, you could get an explosion that
shook the whole planet and with terrible swiftness scattered its fragments over a
all directions. If the alleged planet between Jupiter and Mars
as the largest and its position was the average between the two
we reviewed the cases, it, apparently, would meet all
the conditions under which could happen such a disaster.
Note IV. Expressed in the previous note, the argument in part
leads us to the question, which seemed to require revision, namely to
the question about the origin of small planets or planetoids. According to the hypothesis
Of Olbers in the form in which it was proposed to them, the gap alleged
the planet between Mars and Jupiter was to occur in the recent past, and
this conclusion is invalid due to the discovery that such
the point of intersection of the orbits of planetoids, which requires a hypothesis, not
exist. The investigation of the question, was there more before
approaching such intersection than it is now, gave a negative
the answer, and currently it is believed that this hypothesis should be
rejected. However, it is assumed that perturbations occurring from
the interaction of the planetoids themselves to each other, would be sufficient to
over millions of years to destroy all traces of the intersection of their
orbits, if it ever existed. But if we let it, that's why
the hypothesis should be rejected? Taking into account generally accepted
the lifetime of the Solar system, we do not see why
the time span of several million years can be difficult.
The explosion could be ten million years ago, and in a more
close to us period. And who will admit it, he needs to accept that
the probability of the hypothesis should be evaluated according to others.