One day, in Cosmic National Park, a group of scientists took a hike and went camping. They took a spot beside the lake. They were all sitting by the lake and were just having little talks until their ideas that night left the world questioning.
Mr. Kant & Mr. Laplace
Mr. Jean & Mr. Jeffrey
Maybe because space is filled with matter in various states that whirls about the sun like a vortex.
...and it settled down into a vortex form.
The matter in the vortex pushed the planets to be part of the vortex.
I wonder how our solar system appeared.
Then the debris that were from the collision were formed into planets.
...or what if the planets were formed by the collision of the sun with a giant comet.
It may also be something else that interacted with the sun....LIKE A STAR !
Yeah! It could be that a star passed by the sun and because of its massive gravitational force, it ripped out matter from the sun.
Exactly. And later on, the matter that was ripped out from the sun became the planets.
The star probably had a greater gravitational force than the sun because it was way bigger!
What if a cloud of dust began to collapse. Its possible because of the mutual gravitational attraction of the particles.
Yes, and in the middle of the disk was a bulge that eventually broke off and formed the planets.
The cloud dust became a rotating flattened disk and as it contracted, the spinning went faster and faster.