A New Hypothesis for the Origin and Evolution of Stars and Planets, Including Earth, Which Asks, 'Was the Earth Once a Small Bright Star?'
Improved prediction methods for earthquakes and volcanic activity will naturally follow from our theory, based on new concepts of the earth's interior composition, state and activity. In order to explain, more clearly, what we present in our theory of the ongoing internal (and external) earth activity, we have developed a theory categorizing Black Holes (BHs) to show evolved (universes, galaxies,) stars and planets. At present we use four categories (c-1 to -4) of BHs in our studies. We are introducing four mass-ranges, one for each of the four categories to account for the material at each level of 'production of matter' that we are able to 'observe' (as well as dark matter). As we analyzed two conditions for exploding c-2 BHs that form galaxies, we are able to show how a single exploding c-2 BH forms an elliptical galaxy and how two (or more) colliding, exploding c-2 BHs form spiral type galaxies. Every 'body' is a multiple type of star, generated from modified pieces (c-3 BHs) called particle proliferators, of a dislodged/expanded c-2 BH which explodes due to a collision with another expanded BH (or explodes on its own). Such that, if we remove layers of the earth, starting with the crust, we will find evidence of each preceding star formation, from brown to blue, and the remains of the particle proliferator as the innermost core is reached. We show that the hypothesis is consistent with both available astronomical data regarding stellar evolution and planetary formation. Theories are presented to help define and explain phenomenon such as how one or two (or more) c-2 BHs expand and collide to form a 'small big bang'. It is postulated that there was a small big bang, to form each galaxy, similar to the big bang from a c-1 BH(s) that may have formed our universe. The Great Attractor(s) would be example(s) of massive c-2 BH(s) and act on galaxy clusters similar to the massive c-3 BHs at the center of Galaxies acting on stars. This in turn afforded the material/matter to form all the galactic bodies, including the dark matter inside the galaxies that we catalogue as category-3 BH(s). The start and development of the planet earth, initially as an emergent piece from the colliding c-2 BHs, is given special attention to explain the continuing expansion/growth that takes place in all stars and planets. We present a new cross section of the earth (as a dead star). Although the dimensions of the inner core, outer core, and the mantle (inner and outer) are about the same as presently known, new insight is given to their formation, evolution and composition. We explain the formation of the land, the growing/expanding earth (proportional to the ocean bed growth), the division of the continents, and the formation of the ocean beds (possibly long before the oceans existed). Attempts will be made to explain the source of the supply of water on earth.
AGU Spring Meeting Abstracts
- Pub Date:
- May 2002
- 9800 GENERAL OR MISCELLANEOUS;
- 8124 Earth's interior: composition and state (old 8105);
- 8125 Evolution of the Earth;
- 8147 Planetary interiors (5430;
- 8414 Eruption mechanisms