Am 08.06.2014 23:25, schrieb The Starmaker: > Thomas Heger wrote: >> >> Am 08.06.2014 02:59, schrieb The Starmaker: >> >>> >>> Wait a minute here! >>> >>> Didn't you read this Science magazine issue???? >>> http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/The%20Starmaker%20Science%20Journal/The-Starmaker-Science-Journal-2-abcd.jpg >>> >>> >> >> The use of Photoshop (tm) should be forbidden for certain people. >> > > > Is there anything with the 'contents' of the online science journal magazine that you disageee with? > > > For example, where did all the water on earth come from? Mars? 'the' moon?... >
I assume something very similar to condensation.
In this view stars and planets appear in certain regions, quite similar to drops in wet air.
This is found in galaxies, where new stars appear in these 'arms'. This are regions, where already stars are. We have, in short, a positive feedback relation. And this would rule out big bang cosmology, that is based on dust of the big bang.
My own concept is called 'structured spacetime'. According to this there exist an invisible medium and particles are patterns (or structures) within spacetime, what is assumed to be a medium.
Particles are then more like a vortex and could eventually be created or destroyed.
Now the planets attract energy from the universe by gravitational means and this is converted to matter inside the planet. This matter boils up to the surface, where it cools down.
This is roughly the concept. But I have also written a 'book' about this: