# No metallic hydrogen in Saturn﻿

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Good grief

It took me 20 seconds to Google it

So it should not have been a problem to include the link in the first place.

Have you acknowledged in your expostulations that your proposal is an adaptation of earlier ideas on planetary formation that were abandoned because they did not work?

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A link to the Wikipedia article was given in the OP of the thread that got locked.

4 equipotentials for a very rapidly rotating planet.

The corners are just barely orbiting the center. Y axis is the axis of rotation.

This equation assumes there is a large concentration of mass in the center but should be an acceptable approximation even if there isn't

Thank you Wolfram.

https://www.wolframalpha.com

plot [ -(x^2/2) -1/sqrt(x^2+y^2)= -1.5, -(x^2/2) -1/sqrt(x^2+y^2)= -1.55, -(x^2/2) -1/sqrt(x^2+y^2)= -1.6, -(x^2/2) -1/sqrt(x^2+y^2)= -1.65] for x= -1 to 1 ﻿ Edited by granpa
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A link to the Wikipedia article was given in the OP of the thread that got locked.

So that's a de facto NO. Thank you for conceding that.

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