FUTURE SCENARIO OUR SOLAR SYSTEM .pdf


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Future scenario our solar system
I fully agree with the hypothesis that comets are born within the Oort cloud (here
http://www.astrosurf.com/cometes/description/Com_des.html).
The current comet belt will form a compact ice ring that will extend more and more to
form a sphere with two mouths on either side (black holes) to attract hydrogen from the
sun to maintain the fusion.
The inner planets are trapped in this sphere, the heat will increase to reduce them into
molecules then initial atoms, the heaviest are blown, they will stick to the inner part of the
sphere of ice to form another layer of matter.
These two black holes or mouths shrink even further and the sun's attraction is so great
that it absorbs everything close to them (perhaps even the outer planets of the present
solar system).
Once these two holes completely closed by the ice and the material, it will form a sphere
of ice (shell of the egg), the sun (yellow of the egg) uses its remaining hydrogen, the heat
will increase again and in At the same time the internal pressure, if the force of pressure
will be stronger than the resistance of the two layers, there will be an explosion (a bigbang on a small scale), a young sun will be reborn. Planets will be formed around the star.

1 comet belt

2 ice ring

3 ice sphere


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