Learn about Mass Vortex Theory

Learn about Mass Vortex Theory

As we have learned more about the cosmos via space telescopes and probes, we have discovered some mysteries. Maybe you have a favorite mystery or area of active research that you follow. Examples include the following.

  • How do stationary clouds of atoms gain angular momentum to become a spinning disk that leads to a star?
  • How is it that Mars once had a lot of water on the surface, and what caused it to disappear?
  • Why is the surface of the Sun cooler than the space around the Sun?

Mass Vortex Theory proposes a new explanation for how the solar system formed. The initial givens for this new theory include:

  • A non-rotating cloud of atoms (part of all of a nebula)
  • 10 large pockets of iron-nickel atoms
  • A black hole

The remainder of the development proceeds using known physics. See whether Mass Vortex Theory solves any of your favorite mysteries.

One of the predictions from Mass Vortex Theory is that Jupiter is not a giant gas planet. Rather, Jupiter is a rocky planet with an atmosphere around it, contained by an ice layer; gaseous debris from the Killer Crash slides over the ice layer camouflaging it and misleading observers about the true nature of the planet below.

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MV-cover Birth of the Earth is a short presentation of Mass Vortex Theory [58 pages] geared to a general science-literate audience — available at Amazon.com in print and Kindle versions.


*Featured image: W5: Pillars of Star Formation
Image Credit & Copyright: Lori Allen, Xavier Koenig (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA) et al., JPL-Caltech, NASA) ; it is the Astronomy Picture of the Day for November 20, 2011

Opinions and statements included in this book are solely those of the author, and are not adopted or endorsed or verified by NASA, JPL, Caltech nor Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.

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