A planet is a body which is in orbit around the Sun and not a satellite of a planet; e.g., the moon is ruled out as being a planet because it orbits a planet. A planet’s shape is “close” to being a sphere. . . if the object is spinning, centrifugal force shall cause it to flatten in the middle; therefore, it is never a perfect sphere. A planet has clear area surrounding it because it has sucked up or pushed away any other object(s) to become the dominant body in the area. For instance, it has been debated that Neptune should be a dwarf planet (it orbits the Sun and is spherical but does not dominate the space around it) for the reason that objects like Pluto keep wandering through its orbit space. However, Pluto has been locked into a phase in which it orbits the Sun twice for every three orbits of Neptune. If this were the case, Pluto’s orbit would be unstable. Therefore, Neptune’s much larger gravitational force is in control.
PLUTO CAPTURED BY NASA HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE
2002 – 2003
Pluto has finally come into focus as a dwarf planet. The International Astronomical Union in Prague, Czechoslavokia, had deemed Pluto to be too small to be a planet. NASA’s New Horizon probe has been on a mission to bring Pluto facts of life to Earthlings. Pluto is 100 million years old and 3 billion miles away from Earth. There were hints of its existence in 1905, but its existence was confirmed in 1930. Scientists had been at odds as to what is a planet. Pluto is a small planet probably because of its age and distance from its Sun (also the Earth’s Sun). It is proposed that the planet has been losing its particles, and it shall implode at some point. The lost particles and its impending implosion shall feed the Sun in order to make room for another newly formed planet near the Sun. This is proposed more fully in Chapter 10 of the treatise “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”.
To propose further, what if there are twelve (12) planets considered to be within the Earth’s universe, and it is so in every other universe? The twelve planets in Earth’s universe are: (no-name), Mercury, Venus, Earth, Ceres (a dwarf or embryonic planet), Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and Eris (a dwarf planet). There is another dwarf planet after Pluto given the name of Makemake. The planet that has no name, as of now, between Mercury and the Sun, has been identified by modern science. Eris is considered the largest dwarf planet with a moon situate after Pluto. These dwarf planets that are situate after Pluto are sometimes called “plutoids”. Ceres became a dwarf planet due to a gravitational pull from Jupiter. Mercury, Venus, and Earth have rocky terrain, Jupiter and Saturn are gassy; and Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are icy probably because they are farthest from their Sun. One way or another, it is proposed there are twelve planets in Earth’s universe as well as in other universes.
Also what if, when a planet close to a Sun is formed, the last planet of the twelve planets implodes or disintegrates and breaks up into tiny particles and “feeds” or intermingles with the Universal Life Force energies (the glue to which Isaac Newton refers). Over billions and even trillions of years, these particles come back to the Sun, and the Sun absorbs them. When the Sun has absorbed enough particles, the Sun gives birth to a new planet, and each planet moves into a new position. The central part (or core cell) of the new planet is pure white light. The core than expands and divides into another cell and is held together by the Universal Life Force. Not all imploded planets return to its Sun; some escape from its gravitational pull and are drawn into the next larger solar system (through black holes). Eventually, over billions of years, the solar system in which the Earth is located shall be drawn into the next larger solar system and shall cease to exist. (No worry, Homo-Sapien or Homo-Luminous shall no longer be in Earth).
It is widely believed that large clouds of gas and dust collapse to form stars orbited by a thick disk of debris. This later collects into planets that later are orbited by rings of debris that clump together over a few million years to form moons. Also as a side note, some NASA scientists have conjectured that the Earth’s Sun shall expand into a “red giant” over the next billion years and engulf Mercury and possibly the Earth. A person can compare this with the “what ifs” mentioned above.
A team of astronomers, after carefully combining data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, may have finally found a world that might be similar to our own. Kepler 186f is nearly the same size as Earth and has temperatures that would permit liquid oceans. However, do not get your hopes up . . . many tests need to be performed. … like picking up radio signals and does it have water vapor, oxygen or some other signs of life. It is too far away, but scientists shall keep investigating. The Kepler Space Telescope sends back information to the NASA installation in their Maryland Control Center. The telescope could also be showing another planet farther out from Pluto. Aha, that may be our twelfth planet!!
The above is an artist’s rendition showing the comparison of 186f in the 186 system to 452b in the 452 system and also compares it to the Earth’s solar system as taken by NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope. Kepler 452b is 60% larger than Earth and orbits around a sun in their system. The discovery was published July 23, 2015. As yet, there are no real images.
There have been theories and more theories about the makeup of the universe(s); however, the String Field Theory (or Superstring Field Theory) co-founded by Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist at City Collage of New York, and Brian Greene of the Department of Physics at Columbia University, are working on proving and establishing this theory. It is compiled from the scientific reasoning of Einstein’s Unified Field Theory which he did not complete before he crossed over into the reality of life.
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Pluto happened along in-between the last post and the next post. The next post shall be on Voids in the universe(s) to continue with the last post. The String Field Theory shall also be touched upon in the nex.
Happy Wandering ’til Next Time!!