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Pearl Necklace said...

The orbits of its parts, mixed and
distributed without any validity, ought to have such
the diversity of eccentricity and inclination, which cannot be explained within the parts of one
and the same vague ring, and during the condensation into planetoids each part
would have to maintain its direction, breaking through the cluster of other
small nebulous mass, each moving in a special way, unlike
her way. On the other hand, the hypothesis of the exploded planet confirmed every
addition to the number of open planetoids, a large number of planetoids
smaller size, a large cluster of them in the supposed place of the missing
planet, big mean distance occurring between the
smaller members of the cluster, the largest eccentricities in the orbits of these
the smaller members and the involvement of all orbits. Further confirmation
hypotheses are aerolite, so varied in character, but all
reminiscent of the crust of the planet, different location on the sky of radiant flows
falling stars, as well as a separate shooting star, visible for simple
eyes, more numerous, visible with telescopes. In addition,
this hypothesis is consistent with the discovery of 13 comets, 12 of them
have mean distances falling within the zone of the planetoids, have
the corresponding orbital period, the same direct direction, and
associated with a swarm of meteors and with meteoric streams. Have we not base
to assert that if a existed between Mars and Jupiter a planet
were explosion, the explosion, this was supposed to form such a heap
bodies and cause such phenomena as we do and find?
And what is the objection? Only that if the explosion happened,
it was supposed to happen many millions of years ago, the objection that,
in fact, even not have any objection because the assumption is that the explosion
happened many millions of years ago, not more strongly than
the assumption that it happened recently.
Mind also that some of the resulting fragments ought to have
reverse movement calculations show that it is not. If we take
for the present the speed, which, for the calculation of the Lagrangian would be
enough to give four main planetoids occupied
position, you can conclude that at that speed, the splinters thrown
back in the time of the explosion, we wouldn't have back movements, but only would reduce
their direct traffic from about 11 miles per second to 6 miles per second.