Gravity by Michael J White

Origins of the Asteroid Belt

For this we must now look for clues. Our first clue is Uranus. Uranus's spin is retrograde spinning in the opposite direction to most planets. Its axis of rotation is tipped over by 98% and the planet moves along the orbital path on its side.

Our second clue, our star the Sun is 5,000 million years old. 4,600 million years ago planet Earth was formed. 4,500 million years ago a solid iron silicon Mars size projectile, which I say was covered by at least 50km thick of ice, would impact planet Earth. However this impact would deliver our Moon in its close orbit. All the craters on the Moon would be delivered at this time suggesting that the Mars size impact had attendants in the way of an asteroid flow of some proportions.

Our third clue is that most stars are members of an initial binary. We have stated that our star the Sun must have been part of a binary because the planets have over 99% of the angular momentum of the Solar system. Now we are in position, let us visit the Asteroid Belt. The problem I have with the Solar system is if the thrust disc of our star the Sun would take a few molten orbs out of its opposite number in the binary, we should have many, many more planets than what we have.

The clue here is Uranus, the escapee from the eventual asteroid belt. Now we are used to the thrust disc and stacking hopper of our star the Sun. However, two stars two thrust discs and two stacking hoppers are a very different situation. Should the two thrust discs be rotating in opposition we have a tennis match of massive proportion, however the tennis racket is more like the war chariot of Queen Boudica, five blades attached to each wheel would wreak havoc among all those molten spheres out of range of the Solar system's influence. There the debris would be left as a belt above the Solar system. The asteroid belt would then descend onto the Solar system and be in its present position today.

Stars are held together by their own gravitation giving off electromagnetic radiation produced by nuclear energy mainly the conversion of hydrogen into helium. It is said that asteroids almost certainly originate from the time of the formation of the Solar system. Some very small objects find their way to Earth as meteorites, An iron meteorite consits mainly of iron (90-95%) and some nickel, with traces of other metals. Iron meteorites are classified into groups and each group is thought to correspond to a different parent ASTEROID.
Therefore what part is played out by thrust disc and stacking hopper of Binary Stars in order to produce a solidiron, silicon ASTEROID.

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