The Moon – Why Einstein Was Wrong

(See this article here for a complete annotated refutation of Einstein’s crackpot theories)

The current theory of Earth’s moon:

At the time Earth formed 4.5 billion years ago, other smaller planetary bodies were also growing. One of these hit earth late in Earth’s growth process, blowing out rocky debris. A fraction of that debris went into orbit around the Earth and aggregated into the moon.

What?

Let us look at some facts here. Before we get into moons, first we must understand planets.

What happens when we model a bunch of dust and debris in space?

Gas-rich planets such as Jupiter and Saturn grew from a disk of dust and gas which eventually crumpled like a piece of paper under its own gravitational instability — or so one theory goes.

Now a computer simulation suggests that this idea falls apart under the turbulent forces within early protoplanetary systems.

The old, favored theory relies on the protoplanetary dust disk becoming denser and thinner until it reaches a tipping point, where it becomes gravitationally unstable and collapses into kilometer-sized building blocks that form the basis for gas giants. But 3D modeling has shown for the first time that turbulence prevents the dust from settling into the dense disk necessary for gravitational instability to work

Hmmmm….

Some more on planet formation theory.

Six exoplanets out of twenty-seven were found to be orbiting in the opposite direction to the rotation of their host star — the exact reverse of what is seen in our own Solar System. The team announced the discovery of nine new planets orbiting other stars, and combined their results with earlier observations. Besides the surprising abundance of retrograde orbits, the astronomers also found that more than half of all the so-called “hot Jupiters” in their survey have orbits that are misaligned with the rotation axis of their parent stars.

Hot Jupiters are planets orbiting other stars that have masses similar to or greater than Jupiter, but which orbit their parent stars much more closely.

Planets are thought to form in the disc of gas and dust encircling a young star, and since this proto-planetary disc rotates in the same direction as the star itself, it was expected that planets that form from the disc would all orbit in more or less the same plane, and that they would move along their orbits in the same direction as the star’s rotation.

Further, space.com notes:

…Like many alien worlds found after it, 51 Pegasi B was a “hot Jupiter,” a gas giant as close or closer to its star than Mercury is to our sun, unlike “cold Jupiters” that orbit farther away such as Saturn or, naturally, Jupiter.

Of the 429 exoplanets discovered to date, 89 have been hot Jupiters, likely because their large size and proximity to their stars makes them easier to spot by current techniques.

It is impossible that planets form out of dusty pro-planetary disks for a number of obvious reasons, so let’s go through them.

1. Dust in space does not aggregate into solid bodies; it disburses if it is not ionized.

2. Dust that is ionized acts as a dusty plasma, giving us ring systems such as Saturn’s that do not devolve into planets or moons.

3. Of the exoplanets that we can observe around other stars, we find many of them to be orbiting far too close to their star for “proto-disk” theory to account for them. All the dust should have been sucked up in the formation of a star leaving nothing left to create the gas giant.

4. As the article points out, we find planets in retrograde orbits and off axis, a totally unexpected phenomena in “proto-disk” theory.

5. We have an asteroid belt – where did this come from if asteroids supposedly aggregate into planets?

6. Oort cloud? How come those pesky comets decided not to aggregate into planets? Were they just being rebellious?

7. The “roving planet” theory is a flaming joke using Einsteinian gravity only as an explanation. While it is clear that the planets did not magically form in their present locations, it’s also clear that they didn’t form elsewhere from proto-disks and magically migrate to their present locations due to gravity. Since planets can’t form from proto-disks, they obviously can’t migrate from there to their present locations.

I’ll get back to the moon in a minute, but first we need to understand how these gas giants can be observed orbiting so closely to their parent stars.

There is one blatantly obvious solution to this problem that even a 10 year old can see.

-Gas giants are born from stars; they are electrically ejected from stars.

This resolves all manner of problems dealing with where gas giant planets come from and is totally consistent with everything we observe about them.

Of course, such a simple solution poses several problems for the criminal looters you call state funded cosmologists. Their precious BS theory of stars would need to be drastically revised. Such a theory would also create all manner of problems dealing with big bang models due element abundance issues (which they already have problems with, but I digress.) However, I have faith they could make the ejection theory work within the mainstream context. I’ll bet they could come up with a way to make a standard theory star squirt out a gas giant, yet still conform to Einstein’s retarded theories.

However, such a theory obviously leads to the next step – where moons and solid body planets come from.

If one were to accept that gas giants were ejected from stars, the obvious next step is that solid body planets are ejected from gas giants (brown dwarf stars.) This is simply too much for the standard theory to deal with. Physicists would have to accept that element creation in brown dwarfs is only possible with an electric model of stars. An electric model of stars is only possible in an electric universe. That element abundance for big bang models is totally wrong.

You want to know where the Earth’s oceans came from? They came from Saturn. That’s right. Saturn was the brown dwarf star that ejected the Earth, and it was within the plasma coma of Saturn that the Earth received its water.

Brown dwarf stars spectra is a freaking ocean of water. In an electric model of stars, gas giants that are placed outside the influence of the Sun’s heliosphere will light up in a glow discharge (a brown dwarf star). At one point Saturn was located outside of our Sun’s influence and was glowing just like the other brown dwarfs we see in space.

It was within this cool diffuse plasma coma of Saturn that Earth acquired its oceans.

Our moon most likely either came from Saturn or Jupiter as Saturn swung into our solar system. The planetary orbits we see today are not a product of gravity; they are a product of charged bodies being aligned with the electrical field of the Sun. Planets do not collide; they electrically interact with each other until stability of orbits is achieved.

It is only with in this context that a rational explanation of Earth’s moon and oceans can be achieved. All other theories of proto-disks, accumulation models, cometary bombardment, etc.. etc.. etc.. have been clearly disproven by the known laws of physics and our observations of exoplanets.

There is only one theory that meets all observations without violating any laws of physics and agrees with all our observations.

Planets are born – just like everything else in this universe.

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If you would like to review a full working theory of the Earth’s history from this perspective, look here.

More articles in favor of this theory of Earth’s history:
www.thunderbolts.info…
www.thunderbolts.info…

More articles detailing electric cosmology:
www.thunderbolts.info…

Technical journal articles on electric stars:
sites.google.com…

A technical article detailing a massive list of Einstein’s failures:
fascistsoup.com…

  • Tyler Durden

    I hate to throw a fly in the ointment here, but Saturn, Jupiter, and the other gas giants are not at all brown dwarfs, because their mass is far too small to permit the fusing of deuterium, which is the primary characteristic of a brown dwarf.

    This is not a theoretical statement – it’s an actual observation. Brown dwarf stars can fuse deuterium, but are not massive enough for hydrogen/helium fusion.

    The line between “friggin’ huge gas giant” and brown dwarf is somewhat hazy, but people generally agree that somewhere between 7 and 20 times the mass of Jupiter, a gas giant is massive enough to produce deuterium fusion, thus being defined as a brown dwarf.

  • Tyler Durden

    I hate to throw a fly in the ointment here, but Saturn, Jupiter, and the other gas giants are not at all brown dwarfs, because their mass is far too small to permit the fusing of deuterium, which is the primary characteristic of a brown dwarf.

    This is not a theoretical statement – it’s an actual observation. Brown dwarf stars can fuse deuterium, but are not massive enough for hydrogen/helium fusion.

    The line between “friggin’ huge gas giant” and brown dwarf is somewhat hazy, but people generally agree that somewhere between 7 and 20 times the mass of Jupiter, a gas giant is massive enough to produce deuterium fusion, thus being defined as a brown dwarf.

  • Tyler Durden

    I hate to throw a fly in the ointment here, but Saturn, Jupiter, and the other gas giants are not at all brown dwarfs, because their mass is far too small to permit the fusing of deuterium, which is the primary characteristic of a brown dwarf.

    This is not a theoretical statement – it’s an actual observation. Brown dwarf stars can fuse deuterium, but are not massive enough for hydrogen/helium fusion.

    The line between “friggin’ huge gas giant” and brown dwarf is somewhat hazy, but people generally agree that somewhere between 7 and 20 times the mass of Jupiter, a gas giant is massive enough to produce deuterium fusion, thus being defined as a brown dwarf.

  • Tyler Durden

    I hate to throw a fly in the ointment here, but Saturn, Jupiter, and the other gas giants are not at all brown dwarfs, because their mass is far too small to permit the fusing of deuterium, which is the primary characteristic of a brown dwarf.

    This is not a theoretical statement – it’s an actual observation. Brown dwarf stars can fuse deuterium, but are not massive enough for hydrogen/helium fusion.

    The line between “friggin’ huge gas giant” and brown dwarf is somewhat hazy, but people generally agree that somewhere between 7 and 20 times the mass of Jupiter, a gas giant is massive enough to produce deuterium fusion, thus being defined as a brown dwarf.

  • Tyler Durden

    I hate to throw a fly in the ointment here, but Saturn, Jupiter, and the other gas giants are not at all brown dwarfs, because their mass is far too small to permit the fusing of deuterium, which is the primary characteristic of a brown dwarf.

    This is not a theoretical statement – it’s an actual observation. Brown dwarf stars can fuse deuterium, but are not massive enough for hydrogen/helium fusion.

    The line between “friggin’ huge gas giant” and brown dwarf is somewhat hazy, but people generally agree that somewhere between 7 and 20 times the mass of Jupiter, a gas giant is massive enough to produce deuterium fusion, thus being defined as a brown dwarf.

  • Tyler Durden

    I hate to throw a fly in the ointment here, but Saturn, Jupiter, and the other gas giants are not at all brown dwarfs, because their mass is far too small to permit the fusing of deuterium, which is the primary characteristic of a brown dwarf.

    This is not a theoretical statement – it’s an actual observation. Brown dwarf stars can fuse deuterium, but are not massive enough for hydrogen/helium fusion.

    The line between “friggin’ huge gas giant” and brown dwarf is somewhat hazy, but people generally agree that somewhere between 7 and 20 times the mass of Jupiter, a gas giant is massive enough to produce deuterium fusion, thus being defined as a brown dwarf.

  • Tyler Durden

    I hate to throw a fly in the ointment here, but Saturn, Jupiter, and the other gas giants are not at all brown dwarfs, because their mass is far too small to permit the fusing of deuterium, which is the primary characteristic of a brown dwarf.

    This is not a theoretical statement – it’s an actual observation. Brown dwarf stars can fuse deuterium, but are not massive enough for hydrogen/helium fusion.

    The line between “friggin’ huge gas giant” and brown dwarf is somewhat hazy, but people generally agree that somewhere between 7 and 20 times the mass of Jupiter, a gas giant is massive enough to produce deuterium fusion, thus being defined as a brown dwarf.

  • Michael Suede

    I never said Jupiter and Saturn are brown dwarfs, I said they were brown dwarfs.

    The mass differences between brown dwarfs and gas giants is due to electrical influences. All brown dwarfs / gas giants are roughly the same size.

    If Saturn was to be placed outside the Sun’s heliosphere, it would light up in a glow discharge and become a brown dwarf.

  • Michael Suede

    I never said Jupiter and Saturn are brown dwarfs, I said they were brown dwarfs.

    The mass differences between brown dwarfs and gas giants is due to electrical influences. All brown dwarfs / gas giants are roughly the same size.

    If Saturn was to be placed outside the Sun’s heliosphere, it would light up in a glow discharge and become a brown dwarf.

  • Michael Suede

    I never said Jupiter and Saturn are brown dwarfs, I said they were brown dwarfs.

    The mass differences between brown dwarfs and gas giants is due to electrical influences. All brown dwarfs / gas giants are roughly the same size.

    If Saturn was to be placed outside the Sun’s heliosphere, it would light up in a glow discharge and become a brown dwarf.

  • Michael Suede

    I never said Jupiter and Saturn are brown dwarfs, I said they were brown dwarfs.

    The mass differences between brown dwarfs and gas giants is due to electrical influences. All brown dwarfs / gas giants are roughly the same size.

    If Saturn was to be placed outside the Sun’s heliosphere, it would light up in a glow discharge and become a brown dwarf.

  • Michael Suede

    I never said Jupiter and Saturn are brown dwarfs, I said they were brown dwarfs.

    The mass differences between brown dwarfs and gas giants is due to electrical influences. All brown dwarfs / gas giants are roughly the same size.

    If Saturn was to be placed outside the Sun’s heliosphere, it would light up in a glow discharge and become a brown dwarf.

  • Michael Suede

    I never said Jupiter and Saturn are brown dwarfs, I said they were brown dwarfs.

    The mass differences between brown dwarfs and gas giants is due to electrical influences. All brown dwarfs / gas giants are roughly the same size.

    If Saturn was to be placed outside the Sun’s heliosphere, it would light up in a glow discharge and become a brown dwarf.

  • Michael Suede

    I never said Jupiter and Saturn are brown dwarfs, I said they were brown dwarfs.

    The mass differences between brown dwarfs and gas giants is due to electrical influences. All brown dwarfs / gas giants are roughly the same size.

    If Saturn was to be placed outside the Sun’s heliosphere, it would light up in a glow discharge and become a brown dwarf.