Introduction

According to current knowledge, the Sun, Earth, and Moon are formed through gravitational accumulation. However, since the Earth revolves around the Sun and the Moon revolves around the Earth, depending on gravity, the Earth should move closer to the Sun and the Moon should move closer to the Earth. In other words, the Sun must not allow the Earth to exist and the Earth must not allow the Moon to exist. The known fact is opposed to the theory, therefore it can be argued that the current understanding is incorrect.

To correctly understand the formation of the solar system, it is key to distinguish the formation of a star from the formation of a planet.

The formation of the sun

When the size of an object is greater than 5 to 10 times the size of the Earth (threshold), significant accumulation / condensation starts due to gravity and the first disk forms to feed the central object.

As the mass increases, the central gravitational force increases, causing the first puck to capture more objects like a snowball. This further increases the pressure in the central core of the object, changing it from high mass to low mass and eventually to H2. This process raises the core temperature more and more, eventually initiating thermonuclear fusion.

Due to the fact that the increase in the inward force of gravity is much faster than the outward force generated by thermonuclear fusion, the central object continues to grow, until everything is captured within the first disk. Then, since there is nothing to feed the central object, the first disk disappears and the central object stops growing.

However, the central object will continue the condensation process, and its core will continue to grow until the outward force generated by thermonuclear fusion is greater than the inward gravitational force, in which case all substances melt to give birth. of a new one. star- the sun.

The formation of the Solar System

Shortly after, due to different temperatures and pressures at different points / layers of the Sun, explosions occur, as does the launch of artificial satellites. These huge fiery fragments surround the sun due to gravity and thus form the second disk.

These broken flaming pieces continue their inherited thermal-nuclear fusion and even create their own moons-satellites and form their own disks until cool. In this way the planets were born and the Solar System was formed.

Evidence that the Sun created the Earth and the Earth created the Moon

The Sun formed 4.567 million years ago, Earth formed 4.54 billion years ago, and the Moon is believed to have formed shortly after Earth. This time sequence is consistent with the idea that in the second disk, the Sun formed first and soon after created all the planets, including their satellites in the solar system.

Both the Earth and the Moon have a burning core. The surface of the Earth was considered liquid and had a very high temperature 4.5 billion years ago. Some other planets and their satellites also have a burning core. This is consistent with the idea that they inherited thermal-nuclear fusion from the sun.

Also, in our solar system, there is no planet or object moving towards the interior of the Sun, and both the distance between the Sun and the Earth and between the Earth and the Moon is growing (15 cm per year and 4 cm per year respectively). too [1]. The Sun is likely to be left without any of the original bodies orbiting it. [2]. This is consistent with the idea that thermal-nuclear fusion happened to the Sun, the planets, and their satellites and resulted in the initial maximum mass values ​​and initial minimum distances.

conclusion

Basically, there are two types of processes that occur in the universe: Accretion / Condensation produced by gravity in the formation of a star, and Disintegration produced by thermal-nuclear fusion in the formation of planets. Consequently, two discs of different functions are created, the first disc and the second disc.

The first album disappeared and the second album is created when a star is born. The size of a star is determined by the size (total mass) of the first disk.

In the first disk, the objects move inward towards the center, the mass of the central object, the youngest, increases from its initial value.

In the second disk, the planets and satellites inherit the thermal-nuclear fusion of the star, they move outward, away from the star or a planet, while the mass of the star or a planet decreases from its initial value. The planets are older than their satellites. The star is the oldest.

Taking into account the fact that in the solar system, the Sun, the planets and their satellites meet the standard of the second disk, my conclusions are shown to be correct.

Reference

1. Why is the Earth moving away from the sun? http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17228-why-is-the-earth-moving-away-from-the-sun.html#.VP_eGckg6t9

2. Formation and evolution of the Solar System
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formation_and_evolution_of_the_Solar_System

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