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Pearl Necklace said...

So, we have seen the insolvency of the idea, too reckless
adopted by some astronomers, of ideas like hazy spots very essence
distant milky way. Now let's see if we can harmonize the various
the types presented by these spots, with the hypothesis of the misty mass. If we
take rare and many common mass of nebulous matter, having
diameter, a hundred times larger diameter of the Solar system {for
objections that can be made against extreme sparsity,
alleged this kind of hypothesis, then answer the calculation
Newton, who proved that if the spherical inch of air to move
at a distance of 4000 miles from the Earth, he would have grown into a ball, which
the dimensions would have exceeded the orbit of Saturn}, what is the number of changes should
to happen in this mass? The mutual attraction must bring together its constituent
atoms or molecules, but their convergence will oppose nuclear
repulsion. Overcoming that obstacle leads to the development of
warmth. The heat is partly highlighted by radiant distribution, and between
atoms will occur a new convergence, accompanied by further
the development of heat, and it will continue uninterrupted. These processes are
not occur separately, as they are here described, but simultaneously, continuously and
with constantly increasing force. As soon as nebulous mass has reached a known
density, as soon as the atoms inside it, closer to
known distance, produced a degree of heat and was subjected to
known mutual pressure, some of these atoms will suddenly enter into
chemical compound. For our question no matter whether the molecules
the incident from this process, the category of famous us atomic combinations,
that may be, or, more likely, they belong to the category of more
simple combinations than those hitherto known to us. Enough for us
partial connection of identical or different atoms should in the end
all to take place. As soon as it took place, it must have
be accompanied by a sudden and strong release of heat; and until this excess
heat did not go into space, the newly formed molecules will be
to remain uniformly dispersed or, so to say, dissolved in
primitive foggy environment.