Intelligent Design wrote:Now if only you could follow along........
atruepatriot wrote:Intelligent Design wrote:Now if only you could follow along........
Intelligent Design wrote:http://www.flickr.com/photos/baskill/3972999780/
The above is a blackhole, granted, it is one of the most powerful objects in freespace. Indeed it will force all other objects to dance to its tune.
I honestly don't see how a counter-spin could be created? Even if it is just a Star.
How? Here we can see how formation works. Everything within the system moves in the same direction.
Impact is all I can come up with that might work?
One other might work, but it is a long shot. Perhaps a captured planet from another system. Rogue planet.
davehines wrote:You might find this relevant to the discussion.
James P. Hogan wrote: How, for example, does a tiny nucleus measuring typically a few kilometers across manage to hold together and entrain a coma that can be millions of kilometers long, and beyond that an even larger tail that exhibits a structure of filaments and pencils?
James P. Hogan wrote: If comas form from expanding gases and dust released by the Sun's heat, why are they seen in the outer reaches of the Solar System where the Sun's influence is negligible, as happened when Comet Halley was observed to flare up spectacularly in 1991 between the orbits of Saturn and Uranus, or Comet Holmes 17P in 2007, which underwent a millionfold increase in brightness when it was heading away from the Sun?
James P. Hogan wrote:Even more astonishing, how does a glowing coma sometimes manage to emit X-rays as intense as those measured coming from the Sun, as Comet Hyakutake did in 1996? Nothing in a comet is supposed to be energetic enough to produce X-rays.
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