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  1. Ok, Im a simpleton here, but what I can understand, is that when the universe collapses, then turns inside out and re-inflates, as per the balloon description, what forces actually hold all the pieces to the outside , that are not transfered to the inside? Or does the universe just grab whatever matter is in the way , floating around it , when it inverts and refills ? I think its gravity that they say holds this all together and draws things into it during the flip... but Im not sure because if the gravity turns from an attractive force, to a repulsive force, then wouldnt it kick everything in it, and around it, away from it? So it would end up an empty bubble. And how do things get into the bubble to even start a reaction that creates a universe ? Or am I way off track here?
  2. I've never heard this one before ( but Im no scientist, just interested in it ) but I could see it. Because without gravity like here on earth, magnetism might have a more intense draw, and travel a lot further. I wonder what would happen if you put a decent sized electromagnet in space? Would it draw magnetic , iron based material towards it? who knows, maybe even a refrigerator magnet would do the trick in space though? Then again, if the earth is magnetic, why wouldnt we see me iron based materials in space drawn to it? I would think it would attract more than the few meteors we get now. If they even have anything to do with the earths magnetism.
  3. Sorry about that, I got the info that the inner core of the earth was as hot as the sun from Discovery channel. Should have known better. Also, Id like to clarify that my original post is not what I actually think at this time, it was just a theory. not even a hypothesis. Kind of a , What if question. But I am glad I posted it, its really created an interesting thread. for me at least.
  4. Ok, this may be totally stupid, but I was thinking that would it be possible if a planet, such as earth, could have actually formed due to a dying star? The center of our planet is molten iron that is close to the temperature of the sun, that and our relative proximity to the sun is what helps make our planet a habitat that our life form can live on. So here is my weird thought on this. What if when a star is dying , over millions or billions of years it is dying the gases surrounding it that contain dust and debris begin to accumulate and form a crust around the dying star. The star shrinks over a long period of time , the outer crust grows larger, until the surrounding debris is just about all collected in the molting crust encasing whats left of the star. As the crust thickens and the dying star cools, the surface comes to a temp that could possibly support life. Now this is just a brain storm i had , but i wanted to know if its possible that something like this could be possible?? It would happen over millions or billions of years, so it would be next to impossible to actually see happen, but no one has seen a planet form either, so most of the information out their is educated guesses. Could my guess be plausible ? be kind, Im still a virgin here
  5. Ok, this may be totally stupid, but I was thinking that would it be possible if a planet, such as earth, could have actually formed due to a dying star? The center of our planet is molten iron that is close to the temperature of the sun, that and our relative proximity to the sun is what helps make our planet a habitat that our life form can live on. So here is my weird thought on this. What if when a star is dying , over millions or billions of years it is dying the gases surrounding it that contain dust and debris begin to accumulate and form a crust around the dying star. The star shrinks over a long period of time , the outer crust grows larger, until the surrounding debris is just about all collected in the molting crust encasing whats left of the star. As the crust thickens and the dying star cools, the surface comes to a temp that could possibly support life. Now this is just a brain storm i had , but i wanted to know if its possible that something like this could be possible?? It would happen over millions or billions of years, so it would be next to impossible to actually see happen, but no one has seen a planet form either, so most of the information out their is educated guesses. Could my guess be plausible ? be kind, Im still a virgin here
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