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PIP-04 From gas and dust to planets

 

Single body breakup origin of the solar system: Its implications for early earth interpretive geology

 

Frank Lee, Retired (Australia)
 

 

Poster will show how investigation by INduction led to the following: Breakup of a partly differentiated, dominantly gaseous prolate ellipsoidal mass resulted in the Sun with one satellite at 5.3 AU, a prolate ellipsoidal body poorly mass stratified from centre out as shells - Mercury My, Venus V, Earth E, Mars Ms, the large silicate sS to icy iS satellites, Neptune N, Uranus U, Jupiter J, Saturn S. The a-axis of the body lengthened until the outer gas shell separated to form S, leaving a protoJupiter pJ. The system was closed force. As S retreated pJ adjusted internally to nullify force change, first internally breaking down to form two spheres My to sS / iS to U, touching at the centre of pJ in its orbit plane. To retain the pJ sub-force system equality before and after splitting, their masses and radii required ratios ∼ 1:16 and 1:4.
Adjustment resulted in inward discontinuous collapse of the outer layers of pJ leading to discontinuous internal breakup to form strings of bodies and the step by step impulse force ejection of these strings - silicate forward, gaseous rearward of pJ along a common diameter as follows: sS-Ms (body X?)-iS; "Asteroid" Triton Tr-Pluto-Charon Ch; internal breakdown of the remainder to give E-V-My N-U; then ejection of E U and finally V-My N, to leave the residual body J. The bodies underwent axial tilts during the impulse ejections.
The planets moved to their present orbits. Ti, Ch, Tr, and Moon Mn were captured in (Ch) and near J.
All steps have been mathematically determined; and spacing and forces of the extrasolar satellites of 55Cancri and breakup of prolate ellipsoidal galaxies with quasars follow the same rules.
A few of the simpler formulae, where derived, of over 40 relationships studied follow. Radii ratios between: V: E: Ms: Io: Mn: Europa = 1.23-, 1.233, 1.233,1.23, 1.23. RU/RN = 1.23 Axial tilts TU/TE = RU/RE = 4.1∼ 1.198 = RN/RV. 1.23, 1.19 are Universe ratios. TMs/ TMn = RMs/RMn ∼ 2. TS = TJ x αpJ x MpJ x RpJ/(αS x MS x RS) + difference between the orbit planes of J and S, where a = MI factor (for Pj = 0.4). RotationS = RotationJ x RpJ/RS. Rotation times U/E = 17.29/23.934 = 0.7224; forces on centre of pJ before ejection = ME/233562/(MU/756502) = 0.7244; forces at present orbits on a point at 5.3AU = ME/4.32/(MU/13.92) = 0.722.
Some Geological Conclusions From The Study: 1. Tilt of E near constant over time therefore Proterozoic glaciation NOT due to axial tilting; 2. No collision origin of E and Mn; 3. No E expansion over time; 4. Models of Primordial E cannot be based on Nebula Theory; 5. Total surface area of E's continental crust = surface area of Ms is explainable; 6. Earth probably has its inner core displaced towards the Pacific Ocean, supporting the method of single continental plate path plotting.

 

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