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Pearl Necklace said...

But look now, not explained in the same way, except these
the most outstanding features of the Solar system, and others
secondary. Let's start with the correlation between the planes of the planetary orbits and
the plane of the solar equator If at the time when the nebulous spheroid
substances extended beyond the orbit of Neptune, all parts rotate in
exactly the same plane, or rather in parallel planes; if
would all its parts have the same axis, the plane of the rings serial
would coincide one with the other and with the plane of solar rotation. But enough
remember the early days of a thickening misty masses to understand that this
kind of perfect uniformity of motion could not exist. The flakes which,
as we have said, was settled from the wrong, far scattered in
the space of the foggy mass, and with all points rushed to the General
his center of gravity had to move not in one plane, but
countless planes that intersect one another under
all angles. The gradual establishment of that rotational motion,
which, as we now see, pointed to the spiral nebulae,
gradual approach to motion in one plane. But this plane can
be determined only over time. Those flakes which do not rotate in this
plane but are in between weight from various angles, will
to strive to make its rotation around its center, each in its
plane, and only over time their movement will be partly destroyed
the opposite movements, partly merge with the General movement. In
features will long retain its more or less independent
the direction of those parts of a rotating mass is located on the outskirts of
it. That's why most likely, that the plane of the rings, the separated first
others will vary considerably from the average plane of the entire mass, between
the plane of those rings, which are separated later will differ from
it less. Here again the conclusion is very much in line with