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Author Topic: Twisted History (Calling Out All Astrophysicists!)  (Read 1010 times)
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« on: August 11, 2017, 06:11:23 PM »

This blog series contains excerpts from "A Twisted History: Genesis and the Cosmos" -

Here is an open challenge to model an original binary star system based on the insights gained from this study.  The basic steps are:

1) Demonstrate the feasibility of Saturn being captured (from the twin sun system) through a rear/below ("ambush") impact from Neptune.  The impact had to result not only in the capture of Saturn, but also the switching of its orbit to prograde around the new sun (i.e., our sun).  This could have been accomplished by a hit from Neptune that was slightly below/behind Saturn, and which caused Saturn to swing out and around the opposing sun.  This impact would also have caused the post-impact orbit of Neptune to have become much larger.  A tighter initial orbit would have given Neptune the additional leverage and the correct “angle of attack” to swing the orbit of Saturn.

2) Demonstrate the feasibility of Uranus being captured (from the twin sun system) through a key-hole type interaction with Jupiter and/or Saturn or a grazing impact with Neptune.  The myths don't describe exactly how Uranus "came over" to our sun, only that it had turned mercenary (i.e., had been "hired with a price").

3) Demonstrate the feasibility of the rocky planets Venus and Earth being created by a nearly head-on (“slicing, beheading”) impact to proto-Uranus from a smaller but very dense planet (iron-rich proto-Mercury) that had in its tow at least two satellites (with the size and density of proto-Mars and proto-Sedna).  The impact was such that "diminished" Uranus (itself newly captured) moved to an outer orbit.  The planetoids of the far smaller impacting group were repelled backwards and assumed various prograde orbits around our sun.  Proto-Mercury was repelled almost 180 degrees and "led" Uranus toward the orbital position of Neptune.  Mars deflected into an inner orbit.  The smallest of the invading group, proto-Sedna, was bounced toward an even more extreme outer (Trans-Neptune) orbit.  Note that prior to the impact Uranus would have had a nearly identical size to Neptune.  It lost about two Earth-masses due to the collision.

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This blog is an excerpt from "A Twisted History: Genesis and the Cosmos" - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00W0NR3CI
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